James Buescher took the checkered flag 5.320 seconds ahead of Timothy Peters in Saturday afternoon’s SFP 250 at Kansas Speedway (April 21).
James Buescher cruised to victory lane for the first time in his career Saturday at Kansas Speedway (April 21)
Kasey Kahne won his fourth Camping World Truck Series race in five tries as NASCAR held its first race in eight years at historic Rockingham Speedway.
Saturday at Martinsville could have been renamed the Kevin Harvick show, as the Cup driver led 248 of 250 laps en route to his 14th career victory.
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.
Bristol track owner Bruton Smith is reconsidering returning the track to its former single-groove configuration. Right move?
James Buescher came from 11th place entering turn 4 only to emerge unscathed down the frontstretch, taking his first career NASCAR victory.
Hello, race fans! It’s time to shake off the cobwebs from the offseason because the Camping World Truck Series is back in action Friday night.
In what started off to be a disappointing season, James Buescher and the No. 31 team really turned things around.
With just 17 laps remaining, the rain started to fall once again over Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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.