Justin Lofton is one of NASCAR’s newest stars, coming into the Camping World Truck Series for Red Horse Racing (where he is currently 12th in driver points) this year following an ARCA championship season in 2009. The 24-year-old Westmorland, Calif., native made his third Nationwide Series start at New Hampshire this weekend for Baker Curb …
Hello race fans and welcome to our weekly NASCAR TV critique. This past weekend, the Sprint Cup Series was at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.
This year, Austin Dillon moved on up to the Camping World Truck Series full-time and I started paying attention.
In a race that featured a track record 20 lead changes Aric Almirola beat out Truck Series stars Todd Bodine and Kyle Busch Saturday to win at Michigan.
It’s hard to imagine there will one day be a Truck Series without the likes of Todd Bodine, Ron Hornaday Jr. and Mike Skinner.
Pocono’s green-white-checkered finish occurred with leader Denny Hamlin within 100 yards of the start/finish line. Should NASCAR have thrown that caution?
Welcome to our weekly look at race broadcasts. Last weekend was the first of many where the Sprint Cup Series ran separate from NASCAR’s other top divisions.
Todd Bodine took the checkered flag 1.007 seconds ahead of Johnny Sauter to win the WinStar World Casino 400K at Texas Motor Speedway Friday night.
No matter how you feel about the guy, Kyle Busch has been influential in the development of the Truck Series throughout the last couple years.
Racing in the desert isn’t the most common road to NASCAR, but it’s one that led Brian Ickler from a mirage to the reality of a fast-blossoming career.
Did You Notice? Kyle Busch bit off more than he could chew?
With Kevin Harvick re-signing, all the big NASCAR free agents are off the market… or are they?