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Matt Crafton and Dalton Sergeant Top CWTS Practices at Charlotte

Noah Gragson may be of the hottest young drivers in NASCAR right now, but he spent the first Camping World Truck Series practice session at Charlotte Motor Speedway chasing series veterans.  Two-time CWTS champion Matt Crafton led the way with a top speed of 181.129.MPH.  The 2016 Champ Johnny Sauter was …

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Daniel Hemric Returning to Truck Series at Charlotte

Daniel Hemric is returning to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Young’s Motorsports announced Wednesday (May 16) that Hemric will drive the team’s No. 20 truck when the series heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway this Friday, May 18. “I am really excited to have Daniel in our truck this week …

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Entry List: North Carolina Education Lottery 200

For Friday night’s Camping World Truck Series North Carolina Education Lottery 200, there are currently 38 trucks entered.  As a result, there will be six teams that will be forced to retreat without racing. The biggest change of the week is that Todd Gilliland is now the full-time driver of …

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Pace Laps: Harvick’s Historic Run, XFINITY Series Downhill Slide

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Harvick Having Historic Run Every once in awhile, an athlete reestablishes the level of greatness in their sport. NASCAR is no exception to the rule. There were Dale Earnhardt’s next-level championships in 1987 and 1994, Bill Elliott’s 1985 Winston Million and Jeff Gordon winning 13 …

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Noah Gragson Goes From Heartbreak in Dover to Triumph in Kansas

No one could deny Noah Gragson the victory on Friday night in the Camping World Truck Series at Kansas Speedway. Not even a Kyle Busch, who’s chasing his record-tying 51st victory in series, could either. Gragson ran away for his second career Trucks victory after leading 128 of 167 laps …

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Noah Gragson Earns 2nd Straight Truck Pole of 2018

Noah Gragson posted the fastest lap during the final round of qualifying at Kansas Speedway to earn his second straight pole of 2018 in the Camping World Truck Series. Gragson was 0.034 seconds faster than GMS Racing’s Cody Coughlin, who posted the second fastest lap of the session. Coughlin will start …

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