From the moment Parker Kligerman joined Red Horse Racing, it was clear from their chemistry he would head to victory lane before the season was up.
For Michael Annett, 2012 started out with a huge question mark. Despite having sponsorship, he didn’t have a team to race for until January.
A driver’s first win in a series is always special and that is why Atlanta was the high point for Ty Dillon’s 2012 season.
Joey Coulter scored his first NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series victory in August at the Pocono Mountains 125.
A year removed from Daytona 500 glory, 2012 was a step back for Trevor Bayne.
It’s hard to find fault in a season that produced four wins and a runner-up points finish, but there were oh so many factors that really should have made this one the year for Elliott Sadler and the No. 2 team.
Austin Dillon won both trips to the Bluegrass State in 2012 for the Nationwide Series, but his first one, the first Nationwide win of his career, was in dominating fashion.
For soft-spoken Timothy Peters, it’s been a slow build towards success in the Truck Series.
James Buescher was the class of the Turner Motorsports stable, and the Truck Series for that matter.
After finally gaining the opportunity to compete against Sprint Cup competition, again Brian Vickers proved to be a nice acquisition for Michael Waltrip Racing.