In just his eighth Nationwide Series start (and his first at Nashville), Austin Dillon came home a very respectable seventh.
Johnny Sauter was able to steal victory from both Harvick and Kyle Busch on Saturday at Martinsville, becoming the first Truck Series regular to win in 2011.
When the time is right the No. 3 will be back in the Cup Series and it most certainly will be piloted by Austin Dillon.
The NASCAR Cup Series took the weekend off, so the Power Rankings this week is going to take a look at the drivers who wheel their vehicles in other series.
Both the NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series were off this weekend, but the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series headed to Darlington Raceway.
The elder Busch has found a way, year after year, regardless of the mess that Penske may be in to get the job done.
Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 0.577 seconds ahead of Ron Hornaday Jr. to win the Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Friday night.
Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 0.280 seconds ahead of James Buescher to win the RaceDayRaffleSeries.com 175 Saturday afternoon in Loudon, N.H.
Todd Bodine took the checkered flag 5.630 seconds ahead of Johnny Sauter to win the Build Ford Tough 225 Friday night at Kentucky Speedway.
During the final off week of the NASCAR season, we’re taking a look at some stars of tomorrow who could potentially make an impact down the road.
Kyle Busch won the O’Reilly 200 – his third consecutive Truck win at Bristol – when he took the checkered flag under caution ahead of Aric Almirola. Busch pitted once around lap 30 and had just enough fuel to hold onto the lead through a green-white-checkered finish and celebrate with a burnout.
This season is shaping up to be one of the best for longtime team owner Richard Childress.