A lack of experience was no problem for no. 21 Zane Smith who finished third Tuesday night in his first NASCAR national series start at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Smith’s first … Continue Reading Smith claims third place in first Charlotte NASCAR race
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Matt Crafton is now tied with Jack Sprague for three championship victories in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Crafton’s second-place finish in the Ford EcoBoost 200 … Continue Reading Matt Crafton ties Jack Sprague in Truck Series titles
Short of a “triple burnout”, there were three separate celebrations to conclude the 2019 season, including the Driver’s Champion, the Owner’s Champion, and the overall race winner.
“I don’t know that it does anything for my future. As odd as that may sound, for me, I tell you, I love where I’m at.”
“It was kind of frustrating. The KBM (Kyle Busch Motorsports) guys, we kind of talked to them before the race started and we were supposed to really work with each other and it didn’t really happen that way,” Hill said.
“You know, we’re happy, we finished fourth at Daytona in this truck, and then one of my crew guys is like ‘you just won!’ and I’m like, I can’t believe this.”
Moffitt led the field to the final green, and while the rest of the field fought for second, the defending champion pulled away towards victory lane.
The 2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series playoff grid is one of the most unusual in the history of the sport.
Chastain collected his third win of the 2019 NGOTS campaign, and now has two wins that count toward qualifying for the 2019 Playoffs after declaring for points in the middle of the season.
Earlier in March, the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule was announced, with Pocono Raceway featuring a doubleheader weekend, the first of it’s kind in the top levels of NASCAR in the modern era.
NEWTON, Iowa — Chandler Smith, Mason Massey, CJ McLaughlin, and Juan Manuel Gonzalez each made their Truck Series debut in Sunday’s M&Ms 200. Smith was the highest finishing driver of … Continue Reading Four drivers make their Truck debut in M&Ms 200
“Austin had too big of a lead at that point, and I was like, perfect, we’re going to end up 1-2 right here. Honestly, he (Hill) threw some major blocks that had to get Crafton checked up, and if I would have gone in, I would have wrecked us.”