Finally. After five weeks of sitting dormant, the Camping World Truck Series returns to action Friday night at Kansas Speedway. Following three practice sessions Thursday afternoon, drivers will qualify for the Toyota Tundra 250 this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. local time. But before that, we might as well get caught up on the many things …
Sunday afternoon presented one of the rare times for the Camping World Truck Series to be in the spotlight; they put on just the race I expected them to. And though Kyle Larson thoroughly dominated the field, leading all but a handful of laps, there was still plenty of action throughout the race right up to the final caution.
That’s when things went, well, crazy for lack of a better word. When Timothy Peters and Ryan Sieg got together, causing the yellow it was clear the field would be set up for an exciting green-white-checkered finish. But more than half a lap after the yellow came out, Darrell Wallace, Jr. was sent spinning and out of the race off the bumper of Ron Hornaday, Jr. Several replays later, it became clear that the veteran had spun the rookie intentionally in retaliation for earlier contact between the two.
SPARTA, Ky. – Turner Motorsports has made plenty of waves in 2012, just not where they were expected to.
With the Camping World Truck Series fresh off the UNOH 225 at Kentucky Speedway Thursday night (June 28), there are plenty of things to keep an eye on.
Red Horse Racing entered Rockingham leading the Truck points. They left Rockingham with the points lead. What happened in between was nowhere near that simple.
The return of NASCAR racing to Rockingham this weekend is a joyous event, but a complicated one as well.
RIDGEWAY, Va. – It was one of the more uneventful Martinsville races in recent memory and the same could be said for the return of John Wes Townley.
With March 31 and the Kroger 250 at Martinsville just about a week and a half away, it’s time to start thinking Camping World Truck Series racing once again.
From James Buescher and Ron Hornaday Jr. each making unlikely runs at the title to costly mistakes, there are plenty of reasons to remember the 2011 season.
With just three races remaining to determine the Camping World Truck Series champion, four drivers find themselves separated by a mere 16 points.
Currently 21 points behind the leader, Ron Hornaday has cut 47 points out of his deficit in just five races.
With just seven races remaining on the Camping World Truck Series schedule, Kyle Busch Motorsports is set to debut another driver: German Quiroga.