Jennifer Jo Cobb made her Camping World Truck Series debut at Kansas Speedway in 2008 but suffered an engine failure just 31 laps in, behind the wheel of a Derrike Cope-fielded Dodge. Fast forward to the 2015 season, and she’s running...Show More Summary
Jones Triumphant Two Times Over No one doubts Erik Jones’ ability behind the wheel. The Kyle Busch Motorsports driver had four career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victories coming into 2015, but following the first eight races of...Show More Summary
After three-consecutive poles and multiple races of most laps led, Erik Jones finally was able to claim his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win of 2015 Friday night with his victory in the American Ethanol 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton. It also was the first win of the season for Kyle Busch Motorsports. [...]
Coming off another dominating performance that turned into a disappointing finish, Erik Jones is back at it. The 19-year-old was quickest in final practice for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Friday, clocking in a time of 23.153...Show More Summary
Christopher Bell plans to make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut Friday night, driving the No. 51 Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the American Ethanol 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton. “I’m really excited to have Toyota Certified Used Vehicles as a sponsor, and I’m looking forward to making the most of the [...]
While the spotlight throughout the Camping World Truck Series continues to shine most prominently on drivers like Matt Crafton, Erik Jones, Tyler Reddick and many of the up-and-coming stars that are too young to race full-time, there...Show More Summary
Plenty of NASCAR drivers are athletic outside of their comfort zone. Ray Black, Jr., 24, is not your normal racer in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Before he even thought about racing cars for a living, the Palm Coast, Fla. native was scuba diving with his father. Show More Summary
For the third straight week, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) field is preparing for an independent weekend. NASCAR released the entry list for the June 19 American Ethanol 200 Presented by Enogen at Iowa Speedway earlier today (June 15). Show More Summary
After a two-hour rain delay to the start of the Racin’ For Linemen 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Ill., on Saturday night, Erik Jones and Matt Crafton combined to lead most of the 160-lap distance of the race before getting caught up in separate late-race incidents. In [...]
Cole Custer took the checkered flag in Madison, Illinois on Saturday night in the rain-delayed American Ethanol Presents Drivin' for Linemen 200. He moved up five spots in the NASCAR Camping World Truck series standings with the victory. Show More Summary
A short but heavy rain brought NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying to an abrupt end at Gateway Motorsports Park – forcing the field to be set based on points. With just a few laps on the board, Erik Jones jumped out front and was the fastest of the group. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch gave Darrell Wallace Jr. his first big break in NASCAR. He did the same for Erik Jones. In the Camping World Truck Series’ American Ethanol 200 on June 19th, he’ll do it again for Christopher Bell. Bell, who currently races in the Pro All Star Series late model tour for Busch, will debut behind...
In one its rare standalone weekends, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) will suffer from a small field. NASCAR released the entry list for the June 13 NCWTS Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park this afternoon (June 8). The list includes on 26 entrants, six short of a full field. While the...
Matt Crafton claimed his third win in the seven races, so far, in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition Friday night with his victory in the WinStar World Casino and Resort 400 at Texas Motor Speedway near Fort Worth. “We’re happy, for sure,” Crafton said. “We’re definitely not satisfied. We’ll be satisfied when we get [...]
Matt Crafton extended his lead in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings with his third win of the season on Friday night. The two-time and defending CWTS champion conquered the field at Texas Motor Speedway en route to a stellar...Show More Summary
On Thursday, the Camping World Truck Series took to Texas Motor Speedway for two practice sessions in preparation for Friday night’s WinStar World Casino 400k. With the short field (now up to 30 entrants instead of the 27 on the initial entry list), everyone will qualify. Regardless, speed and handling are still crucial. Teams were...
By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Trevor Bayne and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Jennifer Jo Cobb were penalized by NASCAR, both for getting out of their racing vehicles and walking across the racing surface at Dover (Del.) International Speedway before being attended to by track safety crew members, according to a [...]
The Camping World Truck Series heads off to Texas Motor Speedway with a dismal 28 entrants for Friday night’s WinStar World Casino 400K. Meanwhile, all eyes were on NASCAR this week as everyone awaited word from the sanctioning body about how it would penalize Jennifer Jo Cobb following her actions at Dover International Speedway last...
As the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series transitions to Texas Motor Speedway for the Winstar World Casino & Resort 400 and the first foray into a standalone event, all eyes fall on leader Matt Crafton. Crafton won the event last year...Show More Summary
The Truck Series, paired with IndyCar this weekend is struggling to fill their 32-truck grid. NASCAR has released the entry list for the June 5 Camping World Truck Series WinStar World Casino & Resort 400 at Texas Motor Speedway; as of now, only 27 teams are listed meaning the field will run five short. The...