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John Wes Townley, Spencer Gallagher Fight After NASCAR Truck Series Crash

John Wes Townley and Spencer Gallagher engaged in a physical altercation during a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event Saturday night after the two appeared to exchange words regarding a crash with under 10 laps remaining. Fox Sports...Show More Summary

Townley and Gallagher Fight in Gateway, Twitter Hilarity Ensues

John Wes Townley and Spencer Gallagher have been two of the more lovable drivers in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series paddock for the past few seasons. Townley, with his #JWT tweeting fanbase and enduring career, and Gallagher, with...Show More Summary

Fight breaks out during NASCAR Truck Series race

Judges scored the fight 10-8, 10-9, 10-8 in favor of John Wes Townley. A prolonged fight featuring a takedown resembling something straight out of WWE erupted between John Wes Townley and Spencer Gallagher in the final laps of Saturday...Show More Summary

Z06 wrecks on launch, sneaky theives, flying trucks and more: This Week On The Forums

Sometimes, it seems humanity has learned little from the Terminator series. For an example of just how little, we turn to the Russian city of Perm, where an advanced robot programmed with artificial intelligence escaped from a laboratory on Wednesday. While researchers did manage to track it down in under an hour, according to Australia's Nine...

Friday Faceoff: Who’s the Best Driver Without a Ride?

NASCAR said after the races at Iowa this weekend that it’s “happy with the status of Iowa” Speedway as a standalone XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series date. But does the track need a Sprint Cup date, and at what track’s expense? Jeff Wolfe, Senior Writer: I don’t know if Iowa necessarily needs a Cup date. Show More Summary

Caleb Holman fined, John Hunter Nemechek docked points after Iowa

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Caleb Holman was fined $5,000 and placed on probation through Dec. 31, according to the weekly penalty report from NASCAR that was released on Wednesday. Holman’s fine and probation are a result of the driver walking onto the racing surface before being instructed to do so by track personnel during [...]

Entry List: Drivin for Linemen 200

The Camping World Truck Series will be in action again this weekend as it heads to Gateway Motorsports Park for the Drivin for Linemen 200. There are 34 trucks entered as of Wednesday, meaning two will go home and not compete on Saturday night, barring any entry list changes. Show More Summary

NASCAR mailbag: Will Brad Keselowski attempt the Indy 500?

Questions include Sam Hornish Jr.’s NASCAR future, whether Iowa Speedway should host a Sprint Cup race and Brad Keselowski’s IndyCar test. With the Sprint Cup Series enjoying the weekend off, Xfinity and Truck series visited Iowa Speedway for a rare twin bill featuring NASCAR's two other national touring divisions. Show More Summary

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR: Sonoma Edition

It was a bit of different kind of racing weekend as the Sprint Cup series was off, but the Truck and XFINITY Series races provided plenty of good plots and subplots throughout the weekend. So, this week’s column will give some time and space to drivers and teams in those two series. Show More Summary

JR Heffner Partners with Martins Motorsports for Eldora

On Saturday night, Frontstretch learned that JR Heffner, a regular racer at Lebanon Valley Speedway and Albany-Saratoga Speedway out of Averill Park, N.Y., will return to the Camping World Truck Series for the Aspen Dental 150 at Eldora Speedway in July. Show More Summary

William Byron wins in Iowa

Kyle Busch Motorsports phenom driver William Byron may be a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie, but he continued his 2016 campaign of not performing like one Saturday night with his victory in the Speediatrics 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton. He led 107 laps of the 200-lap race en route to his second-consecutive win and [...]

18-year-old William Byron continues to dazzle, wins NASCAR Iowa Truck Series race

William Byron won Saturday night at Iowa Speedway, his third Camping World Truck Series victory in nine series starts. With his 15th birthday approaching William Byron was thinking about cars, as most teenagers are wont to do, and he initiated a discussion with his father about purchasing one. Show More Summary

NASCAR Truck Series at Iowa 2016 Results: Winner, Standings and Reaction

For the second week in a row, the No. 9 Toyota was the first truck to cross the finish line. William Byron, the 18-year-old rookie, won his second straight race with a victory at the Speediatrics 200 on Saturday at Iowa Speedway. Cole...Show More Summary

John Hunter Nemechek Wins First Career Pole at Iowa

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series group qualifying for the Keystone Light Pole Award kicked off Saturday afternoon at Iowa Speedway for the Speediatrics 200. John Hunter Nemechek, who was victorious at Atlanta, won his first career pole award, setting the pace at Iowa Speedway with a time of 23.147 seconds (136.087 mph). Show More Summary

Derek Scott Jr. plans Truck Series debut at Iowa

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, Young’s Motorsports, will field a second truck in Saturday night’s race at Iowa Speedway for driver Derek Scott Jr. The race will mark Scott’s debut, not only in the Truck Series, but in any of NASCAR’s national divisions. He’ll be a teammate to Young’s Motorsports’ regular driver, Tyler Young. [...]

Cole Custer gets new crew chief

Earlier this week, JR Motorsports announced a crew chief change for its No. 00 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team. Marcus Richmond is the new crew chief on the team and will assume the role of crew chief for driver Cole Custer for the remainder of the 2016 season. He replaces Joe Shear Jr., who [...]

Red Horse Racing crew chief suspended

The No. 11 Red Horse Racing team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was penalized as a result of a lug nut issue June 10 after the Rattlesnake 400 at Texas Motor Speedway near Ft. Worth. Because of at least one lug nut not properly installed at the end of the race, crew chief [...]

NASCAR Truck Series team overcomes major shop fire to race at Iowa

ThorSport Racing lost nearly 40 percent of its shop in a fire early Monday morning. The fire was devastating, destroying nearly 40 percent of ThorSport Racing's 100,000-square-foot shop in Sandusky, Ohio, early Monday morning. Lost in...Show More Summary

NASCAR 101: The New(ish) Faces You’ll See This Weekend at Iowa

There was a time in NASCAR when a standalone race in the XFINITY or Camping World Truck series wasn’t an oddity in the sport. Back then, there was a healthy split between race weekends where the lower series joined the Sprint Cup Series at the same track and those when either series might race elsewhere …

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