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Ross Chastain Hopes to Find Full-time Driver for Bolen Motorsports

Nothing gets people’s attention like a strong run on the track. For Ross Chastain, Saturday’s Active Pest Control 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway gave him and his small team some time in the spotlight after finishing 10th in the 130-lap race. Earning team owner Jeff Bolen’s first top-10 finish in …

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Cup Stars Highlight Atlanta Truck Race Entry List

In 2017, many NASCAR Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers are limited on Camping World Truck Series starts. It appears a few feel that the race at Atlanta Motor Speedway is worth one of those starts. 37 trucks are on the initial entry list for Saturday’s 200 mile event. Among …

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Kaz Grala Wins, Matt Crafton Flips In Wild Daytona Finish

In some ways, Friday’s NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway was 2016 all over again. You had a GMS Racing truck headed to Victory Lane with a fellow competitor flipping in his wake. It’s just that the driver holding the trophy now wasn’t even a full-fledged adult this time last year. …

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Camping World Truck Series Season Starts Off with a Bang

It took the Camping World Truck Series just one lap before the Big One reared its ugly head Friday evening at Daytona. Around the 10th spot, cars began to shuffle out of the tri-oval when Chase Briscoe got into the back of Noah Gragson, triggering an 11-truck pileup. John Hunter Nemechek, …

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Wauters Motorsports Tabs Korbin Forrister to Race Full-Time in 2017

Korbin Forrister will drive for Wauters Motorsports in the organization’s No. 5 Toyota full time in the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The 24-year-old from Georgia has 29 starts in the Truck Series and two starts in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Forrister finished 18th in driver points in 2015 …

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Entry List: Next ERA Energy Resources 250

The 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season kicks off under the lights of Daytona International Speedway Friday night (Feb. 24) with the Next ERA Energy Resources 250. As of Sunday afternoon, 39 trucks were entered for 32 positions, though additional entry list changes could occur before Friday. The 39-driver …

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