Beth Lunkenheimer

Beth Lunkenheimer
Content Director Beth heads up management of our 30-person staff, acting as Tom’s main assistant with technology and personnel while working as Frontstretch’s Truck Series expert. The author of Truckin’ Thursdays and the coordinator of the site’s pre and post-race coverage, she also runs a periodic charity column that spotlights when NASCAR gives back. A childhood transplant to Texas, Beth is a 15-year writing veteran who has contributed content to BRANDT and Athlon Sports, among other outlets.

Bloomquist Wins Firecracker 100 with Roush Yates Power

Roush Yates engines had another impressive weekend in dirt racing, including a win in the crown jewel World of Outlaw “Firecracker 100” event at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, PA on Saturday night. The following racers used their Roush Yates-built engines to take checkered flags in dirt late model, modified, and …

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Roush Yates Performance Products Supplies The World of Outlaws Late Model Series With Partnership

By Roush Yates Performance P.R. – The World of Outlaws Late Model Series announced today that the series has joined forces with Roush Yates Performance Products as an “Official Partner of the World of Outlaws Late Model Series” as well as a contingency sponsor for the next two years. “We …

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Chris Brown, Jack Dover and Jason Johnson win on dirt with Roush Yates Power

Roush Yates’ dirt engine programs continue to grow with more and more racers utilizing Roush Yates engines and technology throughout the country. Three dirt drivers found Victory Lane this weekend with their Roush Yates Ford and Chevy engines. Chris Brown captured his second win of the 2012 season with his …

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Roush Yates Technology Benefits Saturday Night Racers

Roush Yates engines fired up around the country this weekend powering drivers to Victory Lane on dirt and asphalt. In all, eight wins were recorded by seven different drivers in six different series. All racers were running a Ford or Chevrolet configuration of Roush Yates’ high performance engines and parts. …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Who’s Next? Three Drivers Vying for First Series Win

*Who Will Be The Next First-Time Winner?* In "Mirror Driving on Wednesday,":https://frontstretch.com/md/39793/ the question of which driver will become the next first-time winner came up. Suggestions from Ty Dillon, the current Sunoco Rookie of the Year leader to Joey Coulter, who scored his career-best finish Friday night at Texas Motor Speedway, so I decided to take a closer look at those who are just about to break through to victory lane.

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Dylan Kwasniewski Showing No Signs Of Slowing; K&N Pro Series West Leader Earns June Hunter Index Honors

A balky transmission and a late-race caution is all that stood between Dylan Kwasniewski and perfection over the past month. As it was, the 17-year-old Las Vegas driver has reeled off a pretty impressive stretch of two wins and two runner-up finishes to build on his NASCAR K&N Pro Series …

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Kyle Busch wins at Eldora with a Roush Yates engine

Kyle Busch drove a Roush Yates powered Bloomquist Chassis to the win at Eldora . Kyle Busch drove an unfamiliar power plant through the field during Wednesday night’s Prelude to the Dream Late Model dirt race at Eldora Speedway to earn his first victory at Tony Stewart’s track. Busch was …

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See Craig Dollansky, Darrell Lanigan Dominate in This Week’s Episode of 4Wide.TV

This week’s 4-Wide Weekly highlights all of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series action from I-96 Speedway in Lake Odessa, Mich., as well as the World of Outlaws Late Model Series showdown at Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, Del. Watch as World of Outlaws Sprint Cars fight for the …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: A Trio Of “Texas-Sized” Favorites For 2012

The Camping World Truck Series once again descends on Texas Motor Speedway for this Friday night's WinStar World Casino 500K. While the entry list is only 34 Trucks long, three drivers who have combined to win 13 of the last 20 events (65 percent) at the 1.5-mile oval are looking to add to their totals this week. Leading the pack with six victories at Texas, *Todd Bodine* comes in with momentum on his side after a rain-shortened victory at Dover last weekend. The Onion wasn't the strongest truck on the track, even spinning out midrace and likely wouldn't have visited Victory Lane if it hadn't been for pit strategy. But a win is a win, no matter how you score it and it's amazing what a trophy can do for the attitudes within a race team. Just one race removed from a suspension of the team's No. 7 truck, Bodine still needs financial support to finish the season and that "survivor instinct" can now be paired with the confidence this team can finish first. Besides, I'd be willing to bet the Red Horse Racing driver would like to have a win that doesn't come thanks to rain.

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