No one’s ever questioned the talent Erik Jones possesses. His luck? That’s another matter entirely. But Friday at Iowa Speedway, both skill and good fortune finally co-existed for the 18-year-old Kyle Busch Motorsports driver, who powered to his second career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series triumph in the American Ethanol 200. “Glad we could get out and command the race [...]
The NASCAR Truck Series roared on at Iowa Speedway with a victory for Erik Jones in the No. 51 Toyota in the American Ethanol 200. Iowa Speedway tweeted out the result: The victory was the second consecutive one in the series for the No. Show More Summary
Following another week off in the Camping World Truck Series, the circuit heads to Iowa Speedway for the ninth race of the season. Luckily for the entire field, Kyle Busch will not be joining them on the trip as he heads to New Hampshire for the Sprint Cup race. Show More Summary
CHICAGO— Earlier this summer, Uppers & Downers (an ongoing event collaboration by beer blog Good Beer Hunting and Intelligentsia Coffee ) announced an ongoing series of events that specifically focus on coffee beer. And the booze-drinking can finally begin...
Brad Keselowski waited all weekend to finally notch a win, and he captured it on the biggest stage at Kentucky with his second victory of the season. After falling short in the Camping World Truck Series and Nationwide races to fellow Sprint Cup regulars Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick, respectively, Keselowski celebrated in style—well, sort of. Show More Summary
In a seemingly unending series of recalls, GM announce three more today involving pickup trucks, SUVs, Corvettes, and police cars. With every announcement, I wonder "Is this the last?" But here we go again. The Wall Street Journal reports GM Discloses Yet Another Recall. Show More Summary
In the first race of a packed week at Kentucky, Kyle Busch yet again dominated the field to collect his fifth victory in the Camping World Truck Series in just five starts on Thursday night. Fox Sports: NASCAR provides a look at theShow More Summary
Kyle Busch scored his sixth consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory in Thursday night’s UNOH 225 at Kentucky Speedway. For Busch, in his 120th NCWTS start, he recorded his fifth triumph of the season, winning in every event he has entered thus far in 2014. After taking the last two races off at Texas Motor Speedway and Gateway Motorsports Park [...]
Brad Keselowski's truck needed an adjustment during a pit stop in Thursday night's Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky. And the adjustment ended up giving one of his crew members an unexpected ride. The track bar wrench got stuck...Show More Summary
For the first time during the entire season, a driver not named Matt Crafton or Kyle Busch finally collected a checkered flag in a Camping World Truck Series race at Gateway Motorsports Park. That driver's name is Darrell Wallace Jr., who came away with his second victory in the truck series at the St. Show More Summary
Crazy Pyes in NYC. Not everyone is lining up to score free pie and ice cream from Orange is the New Black's promotional food truck Crazy Pyes: As the truck, named for the Netflix series' popular character Suzanne "Crazy...
Tomáš Duda is a young developer working for SCS Software, the developers of the Euro Truck Simulator series. He recently found a vulnerability with Valve's Steam service, and having reported it once to no response, reported it again via an elaborate prank. Which has got him banned from Steam. Read more...
The 'Crazy Pyes' truck, a food truck that hands out free pie inspired by the character 'Crazy Eyes' on Netflix's original series Orange is the New Black, hits Los Angeles this weekend from June 20 through June 22. Eater LA...
Now that food trucks are the new billboard, "Orange Is the New Black" has one of its own to promote the Netflix original series (in case you don't watch, the show's about a bisexual woman in New York sentenced to 15 months in prison for transporting drug money) -- with free pie.
Saturday night was full of firsts at Gateway Motorsports Park, and Victory Lane also had a familiar look. The Drivin ' for Linemen 200 was the first NASCAR race held at GMP since 2010. As for the pole sitter, 16-year-old Cole Custer and his No. Show More Summary
Darrell Wallace Jr. won the Drivin’ for Linemen 200 on Saturday night at Gateway Motorsports Park, holding off German Quiroga Jr. after passing him on a late restart. Wallace, who qualified second, dominated from the start, leading the first 62 laps of the 160-lap race. But Wallace suffered damage when he drove off from pit [...]
Koreatown bar Lock & Key will be hosting a series of pop-up dining events throughout the summer season called “Grab the Pots!”. Lock & Key is collaborating with chef Nigel P. Henderson, co-founder of New Orleans-based the Nola Truck and founder/head chef of Convi Collective Catering, for this...
If it's not Kyle Busch, it's Matt Crafton taking the checkered flag. The two drivers have traded off wins over the first six races, with Busch holding four victories and Crafton notching the other two triumphs. With Busch and many of...Show More Summary
Matt Crafton put a definitive end to his 13-year, 26-race winless streak at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night, stretching his fuel mileage en route to a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory in the 18th annual WinStar World Casino and Resort 400. Crafton and crew chief Carl Joiner gambled on fuel, running the final 61 laps (91.5 miles) [...]
Matt Crafton notched his second win of the Camping World Truck Series at the WinStar World Casino and Resort 400 on Friday night. It's the first time that he's won at Texas Motor Speedway. This is his second win of the season, per NASCAR Trucks: Crafton truly outwitted the competition. Show More Summary