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New developmental team hires Brandon Jones for NASCAR Truck, ARCA races

MDM-Hillman Racing has partnered with Lorin Ranier to form Ranier Racing with MDM, a developmental team that plans to field entries in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and ARCA Racing Series in 2016. Driver Brandon Jones has signed on to drive for the team in select Truck Series and [...]

Spencer Gallagher, GMS Racing run partial Xfinity schedule

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, GMS Racing, plans to venture into NASCAR Xfinity Series racing in 2016 by fielding a No. 21 Chevrolet for a limited Xfinity schedule, according to a recent announcement from the race team. Spencer Gallagher, one of the Truck Series drivers for the team, will drive the car. His first [...]

NASCAR releases start times, TV info. for 2016 races

By AMANDA VINCENT Below, are detailed schedules for NASCAR’s three national series — Sprint Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck — for their 2016 race seasons, complete with race start times (all times eastern) and TV networks providing coverage. “NASCAR concluded 2015 with its most-watched championship finale in a decade, a benchmark that serves as [...]

NASCAR Speedweeks at Daytona schedule

As in years past, the 2016 NASCAR season will kick off with Speedweeks at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. All three NASCAR national series — Sprint Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck — will be in action at Daytona, as will the ARCA Racing Series. The first NASCAR-related on-track activity will be Feb. 12, with practice [...]

Parker Kligerman returns to action at Daytona

Parker Kligerman will return to the driver’s seat of a NASCAR national-level ride at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Feb. 19. He’s signed on to pilot the No. 92 in the Camping World Truck Series season-opener for Ricky Benton Racing. Kligerman last competed regularly in NASCAR in 2013. “Overt the last few years, I have [...]

Ryan Ellis to Compete at Daytona for FDNY Racing, Working on Sprint Cup Series Plans

FDNY Racing will be back for its 17th season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Ryan Ellis, who has driven for the Jim Rosenblum-owned team since 2014, will return to the seat of the No. 28 Chevrolet for the season-opener at Daytona in February. Show More Summary

Two-Headed Monster: Is the Chase in XFINITY & Trucks a Good Idea?

NASCAR announced Tuesday it will adopt its controversial Chase playoff format to the XFINITY and Camping World Truck series tours beginning in 2016. The new iterations of the Chase will look slightly different from the version the Sprint...Show More Summary

Ray Black Jr., SS Green Light go Xfinity racing

Driver Ray Black Jr. and SS Green Light Racing have plans to go NASCAR Xfinity Series racing in 2016. Both driver and team are making the move from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for their first full-time seasons in the Xfinity Series. Black and SS Green Light did make one Xfinity Series start last [...]

Alex Bowman firing handled poorly from start to finish

The 2016 edition of the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Media Tour concluded on Thursday. Despite significant changes to Xfinity And Camping World Truck series competition announced at the beginning of the Tour, those changes have since been overshadowed somewhat by comments from Tony Stewart regarding NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France and a head-scratching driver [...]

Truckin’ Thursdays: Don’t Fix What Isn’t Broken in the Truck Series

NASCAR’s media tour at Charlotte Motor Speedway opened with a bang on Tuesday. Among other announcements, the sanctioning body introduced a Chase format for the Camping World Truck Series that will feature eight drivers competing for seven events in a battle for the championship. Show More Summary

NASCAR introduces caution clock in Truck Series

NASCAR is tweeking the format of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races for 2016 by implementing a 20-minute “caution clock.” The tweeked race format was unveiled Tuesday in Charlotte, N.C., during the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Media Tour. The new clock will be in use for each race during the 2016 season, with the exception [...]

NASCAR implements Chase format for Xfinity and Truck series

On the first day of NASCAR’s Sprint Media Tour on Tuesday, a Chase format was unveiled for the NASCAR Xfinity and Camping World Truck series. The format is similar to the Chase for the Sprint Cup format utilized the past two seasons in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, only shorter in length and including fewer [...]

NASCAR enacting more changes, but is that a good thing?

A major overhaul will alter how NASCAR decides its champions in the Xfinity and Camping World Truck series. NASCAR's decision Tuesday to unveil an elimination championship format in its lower national divisions was no spur of the moment...Show More Summary

No Cup Plans Yet For Erik Jones in 2016

Being set to contend for a NASCAR XFINITY Series title in 2016, reigning Camping World Truck Series champion Erik Jones plans on having a year less chaotic than 2015. After running full-time in the Truck Series, the two-time XFINITY Series winner will be piloting the No. Show More Summary

NASCAR finds astounding new way to mess up racing with 'caution clock' rule

In an attempt to add excitement to the Camping World Truck Series and Xfinity Series, NASCAR introduced a bunch of experimental new rules (...)

NASCAR Chase championship format expands to Xfinity, Camping World Truck series

An elimination playoff format will be used across all three NASCAR national divisions. NASCAR will have the same elimination championship format across all three national divisions in 2016. The Xfinity and the Camping World Truck series...Show More Summary

Camping World Truck Series to have 20-minute caution clock

There will be a caution every 20 minutes in the Camping World Truck Series. In addition to the implementation of a Chase format for 2016, NASCAR is adding a caution clock to the Truck Series, guaranteeing a caution will happen at least every 20 minutes. If a caution happens for debris or a crash, the clock is reset back to 20 minutes. Show More Summary

Camping World Truck Series Adds Caution Clock, XFINITY Series Introduces Select Heat Races

Racing will be quite different in the Camping World Truck Series come the 2016 season, with NASCAR introducing the creation of a caution clock for the sport’s third-tier division. The clock, which will be present at all races with the exception of Eldora Speedway, will be set in 20-minute intervals. Show More Summary

Camping World Truck Series Adds Caution Clock, XFINITY Series Introduces Heat Races

Racing will be quite different in the Camping World Truck Series come the 2016 season. Attempting to reach the younger demographic, NASCAR introduced the creation of a “caution clock” for the sport’s third-tier division. The clock, which...Show More Summary

NASCAR Adds Chase to XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series

As NASCAR looks to entice the younger demographic, the sanctioning body has announced the addition of a playoff format in the XFINITY and Camping World Truck series. The format, similar to the newest version of the Chase for the Sprint...Show More Summary

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