Given the closeness in Nextel Cup standings compared to the lack of drama in the Busch and Truck championship races, is it time to implement the Chase system?
Team Red Bull has had an auspicious debut, failing to qualify for any of the races it’s entered this season. Is this a true indicator that Toyota has a lot of homework to do, or is it hard to tell anything because they’re using Dodges?
Clint Bowyer won the Silverado 350 in just his third Craftsman Truck Series start Friday night, holding the lead at Texas to beat Kyle Busch by 0.279 seconds.
Mike Bliss won the EasyCare Vehicle Service Contracts 200 at Atlanta Saturday night for his first victory at the event since 2002.
Should the Craftsman Truck Series go to a Chase for the Championship format?
Jack Sprague finally got the proverbial monkey off his back Saturday afternoon in the Kroger 200 at Martinsville.
Mark Martin scored his fifth win of the 2006 season in the John Deere 250, taking the checkers over Mike Skinner after a wild wreck occurred on the final lap.
After a season of frustration, Mike Skinner finally broke through to score his first Truck Series win of 2006 Saturday night in the Smith’s Las Vegas 350.
This Week’s Question: Can the first race in the NASCAR Chase for the Championship seal a team’s fate for the next nine races?
After starting the season without a single Truck Series win, Johnny Benson scored his fourth of the season Saturday night in the Sylvania 200.
Who will win NASCAR’s 2006 Chase for the Championship? Read below to find out who your favorite Frontstretch writer picked … and why.
I started to wonder about “truckwhacking” and whether or not it might become a problem in the near or distant future for the Truck Series.