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Justin Marks, Johnny Sauter Lead Las Vegas Truck Practices

A veteran road racer and a veteran champion led the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series speed charts at Las Vegas Motor Speedway during the two practices held on Thursday (March 1) for Friday night’s Stratosphere 200. Justin Marks, driving the No. 54 DGR-Crosley Toyota, led the first practice. Marks ran …

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Frontstretch Podcast: It’s Raining Ford

In the latest episode of the 2018 Frontstretch Podcast, we review the Kevin Harvick Show at Atlanta Motor Speedway, with Dustin Albino, Joseph Wolkin and Zach Catanzareti, while also previewing the weekend ahead at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The trio gives an in-depth look at how Harvick dominated the weekend, leading all but 22 …

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Suspensions Handed Out after Kyle Busch’s Pit Miscue

NASCAR released the weekly penalty report from last weekend’s races at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Wednesday (Feb. 28).  The most notable penalties handed down came in the Camping World Truck Series. Kyle Busch Motorsports’ No. 4 team had an untimely pit miscue on its final stop on Saturday, which resulted …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Josh Reaume Running Full Trucks Season as Driver/Owner

Jordan Anderson isn’t the only one pulling double-duty in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2018. Josh Reaume, a journeyman driver from California, will see both sides of the series this season, driving the Reaume Brothers Racing No. 33 Chevrolet for the full season in 2018. With 32 XFINITY …

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Entry List: 2018 Stratosphere 200

After a full field of 32 trucks the last two weeks, this weekend’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series entry list for the inaugural Stratosphere 200 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway will only have 31 on track, meaning everyone will qualify for the race. Kyle Busch and Spencer Davis will …

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Pace Laps: Ford Forges Ahead Of NASCAR Pack at Atlanta

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Ford Takes Charge in Atlanta For Ford, Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway was a throwback to happier times for the manufacturer: Atlanta 2017. It was in that race, one year ago where Kevin Harvick dominated, leading 292 of 325 laps. But a late caution flag shuffled …

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