The Camping World Truck Series’ inaugural visit to Rockingham Speedway was a rousing success.
As all of NASCAR heads into the Easter weekend off, the Camping World Truck Series standings might surprise you.
Those two words are enough to make me grin ear-to-ear and that couldn’t be more true then at this point of the season with no Truck Series racing since Daytona.
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.
Buzzwords to describe this one: Bizarro. Surreal. Wild wrecks. And easily one of the top-three upsets in Truck Series history, ever.
With the Cup guys out of the picture, who becomes the favorite to take the title in each division?
Johnny Sauter came into the 2011 season with high hopes of race wins and a strong run at the championship, and that’s exactly what he gave ThorSport.
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.
Frontstretch’s Mike Neff caught up with Johnny Sauter as he waited out the rain for a few off the wall questions.
With just three races remaining to determine the Camping World Truck Series champion, four drivers find themselves separated by a mere 16 points.
For the second consecutive race, Ron Hornaday Jr. piloted the No. 2 Chevrolet for Kevin Harvick Inc. and took it straight to victory lane.