Ron Hornaday Jr. took the checkered flag 0.438 seconds ahead of Austin Dillon to win the Kentucky 225 Saturday evening (Oct. 1) at Kentucky Speedway.
Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 3.816 seconds ahead of Austin Dillon to win the FW Webb 175 Saturday afternoon (Sept. 24) at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Once again, Mother Nature decided that it’s just not right for NASCAR to be run on Sundays and postponed the race to another Monday morning extravaganza.
Austin Dillon’s team performed a two-tire stop faster than anyone else during the late-race fuel stops to take his fourth career Truck Series win.
The most logical selection to bring the No. 3 back to the Cup Series, when it finally happens, is going to be Austin Dillon.
With his fourth win of the year, does Kyle Busch become the title favorite, or does that moniker still belong to Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson or someone else?
Kevin Harvick took the checkered flag and the caution flag ahead of Timothy Peters to win the AAA Insurance 200 Friday night at Michigan.
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Timothy Peters took the checkered flag 2.645 seconds ahead of James Buescher to win the AAA Insurance 200 Friday night at Lucas Oil Raceway.