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Red Horse Racing Shuts Down

One of the most recognizable teams in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is on its way out of the garage altogether. After 13 years, Red Horse Racing has opted to suspend all operations, effective immediately. The move comes due to a major lack of funding for their two full-time truck …

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Kyle Busch Motorsports Sweeps Charlotte Truck Practices

Kyle Busch Motorsports continued its hot streak by sweeping the pair of Camping World Truck Series practices at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Thursday night. KBM’s Christopher Bell won the first practice session with a speed of 182.039 mph, while teammate Noah Gragson (181.941 mph) paced the field in the second practice. …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Ryan Truex on Appreciating What You Have

Ryan Truex finally feels at home for a full NASCAR season. Following years of part-time rides, struggling efforts and fallen-through deals, 25-year-old Truex has a full-time season on tap with Shigeaki Hattori Racing in the Camping World Truck Series. So far, it’s going pretty well. His No. 16 Toyota is hot off …

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Entry List: NC Education Lottery 200

After last week’s surprise ending to the Toyota Tundra 250 from Kansas Speedway, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is back in action for the second consecutive week from Charlotte Motor Speedway for the North Carolina Education Lottery 200. The 134-lap, 201-mile event from the 1.5-mile quad-oval in Concord, NC …

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Kyle Busch Capitalizes on Ben Rhodes’ Blown Motor to Win Toyota Tundra 250

Ben Rhodes dominated Friday night’s Toyota Tundra 240. His only problem? It was the Toyota Tundra 250. Rhodes’ expiring engine, giving up with eight laps left gift-wrapped Kyle Busch a much-needed NASCAR victory. Breezing by the wounded No. 27 Toyota, Busch scored his 47th career Camping World Truck Series win Friday night at Kansas …

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