With only one victory, would a Carl Edwards title defeat the purpose of the Chase?
You would think that it was an unusual weekend in Talladega the way people are reacting to the racing. On the contrary, it was business as usual.
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The feel-good story of the weekend unfolded on Saturday as a pair with a combined age of 106 dominated the Camping World Truck Series race.
Mike Wallace took the checkered flag 0.057 seconds ahead of Ron Hornaday Jr. to win the Coca-Cola 250 Saturday at Talladega.
Currently 21 points behind the leader, Ron Hornaday has cut 47 points out of his deficit in just five races.
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For the second consecutive race, Ron Hornaday Jr. piloted the No. 2 Chevrolet for Kevin Harvick Inc. and took it straight to victory lane.
Polesitter Ron Hornaday Jr. led 107 of 146 laps Saturday afternoon to score his first career victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Frontstretch has learned Patrick Sheltra will be driving the truck typically driven by Bryan Silas at Talladega next Saturday (Oct. 22).
NASCAR needs to bring the Nationwide and Truck series back to short tracks where they started and rejuvenate the interest in the races, teams and drivers.
Play a little Fact or Fiction to drift into NASCAR’s future while getting caught up on the news.