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IndyCar drivers, teams penalized after Texas

INDYCAR PRESS RELEASE INDYCAR announced the following post-event infractions and points deductions from the Firestone 600 Verizon IndyCar Series race on June 6 at Texas Motor Speedway: • Driver Stefano Coletti of KV Racing Technology was fined $5,000 and placed on a two-race probation for violating Rules 7.10.1.1 (Pit Safety Violation, improper lane usage) and [...]

Truckin’ Thursdays: John Hunter Nemechek Prepared to Race Full Time

Last Friday night at Texas Motor Speedway, John Hunter Nemechek spent the WinStar World Casino & Resort 400 in the spotters’ stand, keeping a watchful eye on the action for his father Joe Nemechek. But that night will likely mark his last up there for the foreseeable future. Today, John Hunter turns 18 and takes...

Reaction: IndyCar Firestone 600 at Texas

Scott Dixon cruised away late to win the Firestone 600 IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. There was no pack racing, no incidents, but lots of drama at the Fort Worth race track regardless. Keep reading to find out why. How it happened: The engineering staff at Chip Ganassi Racing insisted on a higher...

Dixon coasts to Texas victory

Scott Dixon has won his second race of the IndyCar season, cruising to a 7.8000s victory at Texas Motor Speedway's Firestone 600…

Ryan Ellis Recovering After Long Race at Texas Motor Speedway

After the checkered flag flew over Friday night’s WinStar World Casino & Resort 400, MAKE Motorsports driver Ryan Ellis had to be pulled from his truck and carted off to the infield care center where he was treated and released for the flight home. Throughout the race, the driver of the No. 1 Chevrolet complained...

IndyCar Drivers Debate Pack Racing at Texas

What makes a good race? For the IndyCar Series at Texas Motor Speedway, there are as many opinions as there are drivers, teams and pundits. On one hand of the spectrum, track promoter Eddie Gossage wants to see much closer action, even suggesting that the league should entertain the idea of returning to the days...

Matt Crafton gets third win of 2015 at Texas

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 [...]

NASCAR Truck Series at Texas 2015 Results: Winner, Standings and Reaction

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

Erik Jones, Matt Crafton to Start on Front Row for WinStar World Casino 400K

After three rounds of knockout qualifying, it was Erik Jones and Matt Crafton who came out on top and will lead the field to the green flag for tonight’s WinStar World Casino 400K at Texas Motor Speedway. With a speed of 181.074, Jones scored his fourth career Camping World Truck Series pole award. Daniel Suarez,...

Will Power Scores Third Consecutive Texas IndyCar Pole

Call it a three-peat. Will Power earned his third-consecutive pole at Texas Motor Speedway, posting a two-lap average speed of 218.519 mph in Friday time trials for the Firestone 600. The pole is his fourth of the season and eighth front row start in nine races this season. But most impressive is the fact that...

Will Power claims pole at Texas

INDYCAR PRESS RELEASE FORT WORTH, Texas — Will Power earned the Verizon P1 Award for the pole position for the third consecutive year at Texas Motor Speedway oval and led a Team Penske front-row sweep for the Firestone 600. Power, driving the No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet, recorded a two-lap average speed of 218.519 [...]

Gallagher, Crafton Head up Truck Series Practice Sessions at TMS

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...

Truckin’ Thursdays: Jennifer Jo Cobb’s Penalty Fits the Crime

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...

NASCAR Truck Series at Texas 2015: Full Schedule, Standings and Preview

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

Camping World Truck Series Prepares for Rare IndyCar Companion Weekend

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...

Race-winners carry advantage into Bristol

Being a race-winner this season will provide a significant advantage Sunday at Bristol. When Joey Logano cut off Kevin Harvick as the fought for third in the closing laps of the race at Texas Motor Speedway last weekend, Harvick responded...Show More Summary

The Biggest NASCAR Storylines to Watch Ahead of Sprint Cup Series at Bristol

Fox Sports NASCAR analyst put it best when he said that the circuit passed through its west coast swing and is now in its short track swing. With the exception of Texas Motor Speedway’s 1.5-mile oval, there’s a stretch of short tracks...Show More Summary

Texas Motor Speedway Welcomes NASCAR This Weekend

It is the Duck Commander 500 this weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Series. American truck drivers will be celebrated this race weekend. There will be some videos highlighting haulers but also Tony Stewart will have his No.14 car painted with Rush Truck Centres on the bonnet as his primary sponsor and Mobil Delvac 1 logos

Is Hendrick Motorsports Becoming the Team to Beat Again After Texas?

Where have we seen this play before? Jimmie Johnson wins—yet again—on a 1.5-mile racetrack, this time Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway. Johnson’s win in the Duck Commander 500 wasn’t necessarily unique, though. It was the fourth...Show More Summary

NASCAR Debris Cautions In Texas Were Probably Caused By Taco Dribble

4 months agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

NASCAR doesn't always do the best job of explaining their debris cautions. Today's race at Texas Motor Speedway has a convenient Tex-Mex excuse for any yellow flags that get thrown. Pit lane commentator Michael Waltrip spilled a taco all over Denny Hamlin's car on the grid. Read more...

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