At least partly at the urging of Truck Series title sponsor Camping World, NASCAR is cutting ties with Donald Trump after Trump’s recent negative comments about Mexican immigrants. In 2014, NASCAR held its joint Camping World Truck Series/Nationwide (now-Xfinity) Series end-of-season awards banquet at the Trump-owned Trump National Doral Miami in Florida. The sanctioning body [...]
USA Today’s Jeff Gluck is reporting that NASCAR will move all sanctioning body activities, including the joint XFINITY/Camping World Truck Series Banquet, away from Trump National Doral Miami, effective immediately. The move has been...Show More Summary
The 2014 Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series banquets were held at Donald Trump's Doral resort. The banquets will be at a different location in 2015. Following controversial comments by the business mogul and (again) presidential...Show More Summary
Mumford & Sons are stuck in Tennessee traffic on the way to Bonnaroo a day before their headlining set, their bus nosing past a series of Waffle Houses and Flying J truck stops. "Is it going to take us three hours to get to this fucking place?" banjo-guitarist Winston Marshall wonders...
NASCAR has issued a statement to Camping World Truck Series drivers: no more playing around. Qualifying at intermediate tracks will follow a different format the next time the Camping World Truck Series goes to race. NASCAR announced on Wednesday that the format has been changed for any track measuring 1.5 miles or longer. Show More Summary
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team NTS Motorsports recently announced a partnership with Rick Ware Racing in an effort to field a No. 15 Chevrolet entry in Saturday night’s Subway Firecracker 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Scott Lagasse Jr. will drive the car. “We’re thrilled to partner with Rick Ware [...]
Wood Knocks & Tossed Rocks: Searching for Sasquatch with the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization places the reader in the passenger seat of the author's truck to ride shotgun on a series of expeditions with the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, as seen on Animal Planet's hit show "Finding Bigfoot". Show More Summary
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
With the Cup Series off for Father's Day weekend, we need a series to rank. We've already given the Truck Series some Power Rankings love earlier this year so we're going to go with the Xfinity Series this week. Let's do it. 1. Chris...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
In a recent video by Funny or Die, Coma the Doof Warrior from Mad Max Fury Road gives a series of guitar tips for properly rocking out while strapped to a moving truck in a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland.
Erik Jones is having a great weekend. Two days after winning the Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway, Jones was also victorious at the XFINITY Series Owens Corning AttiCat 300 at Chicagoland Speedway on Sunday, winning a wild race that...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. [...]
Erik Jones won his first NASCAR Truck series event when he captured the chackered flag at the American Ethanol 200 on Friday night at Iowa Speedway. The 19-year-old led 112 total laps and bested his closest competitor Brandon Jones by...Show More Summary
Looking for his first victory of 2015, Erik Jones will lead the field to green in Iowa. Jones put down a 23.129-second lap to take the Keystone Light Pole Award for tonight’s American Ethanol 200 at Iowa Speedway. The result is Jones’ fourth pole of the year, following poles at Kansas, Texas, and Gateway. Show More Summary
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 [...]
The rule is the latest in a series of pollution constraints that President Obama has put forth as he seeks to make tackling climate change a cornerstone of his legacy.
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
The NASCAR Truck Series next takes to Iowa, where series leader Matt Crafton and others will look to bounce back from an odd performance by top contenders last week in St. Louis. There, Cole Custer stormed to a victory on a tricky course,...Show More Summary