Each week, Frontstretch will break down the racing, series by series, to bring you the biggest stories that you need to watch during the week ahead.
James Buescher took the checkered flag 3.805 seconds ahead of Brad Keselowski in the UNOH 225 Thursday night (June 28) at Kentucky Speedway.
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.
Joey Logano scored his fifth win of the Nationwide Series season after holding off charges on a number of late-race restarts, leading the final 24 circuits.
Johnny Sauter took the checkered flag 2.101 seconds ahead of teammate Matt Crafton to score the victory at Texas Motor Speedway.
DOVER, Del. – The scoresheet will show Saturday’s Nationwide race at Dover as a Joey Logano romp (June 2).
When the green flag drops Saturday, positions three, four and five in the Truck Series standings will be taking it alongside the Nationwide Series regulars.
For the first time since 2005, the Camping World Truck Series has opened with five different winners and five different events.
Read on to find out some of the up-and-comers most likely to make a splash in the premiere series in the next few years, if not in 2013.
In the battle of Gibbs teammates, it was an unlikely victor on Saturday (May 5), with Joey Logano snatching victory from Kyle Busch.
I present to you a couple of new reasons to keep on watching the Truck Series.