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Truckin’ Thursdays: Ben Rhodes Heartbroken Yet Hopeful Headed into Charlotte

It’s something no driver, especially one gunning for a first career win, wants to face. But it’s exactly what happened to Ben Rhodes on Friday night at Kansas Speedway. after a spirited battle with Kyle Busch for the race lead, Rhodes took his No. 27 Toyota and pulled it ahead …

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Tearing Apart the Trucks: 4 Drivers to Watch in Kansas

This weekend, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series finally gets back on track for what will remain a more consistent schedule. Granted, there are still off-weekends in the future, however no more than one will fall back-to-back, unless you count weekends for when Eldora Speedway and Bristol Motor Speedway, both …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Justin Haley on ‘Living a Great Life’

Kicking off his rookie campaign in the Camping World Truck Series — though a few weeks behind schedule — Justin Haley is living a great life. Recently turning 18 years old, Haley was finally old enough to tackle a superspeedway in Saturday’s ARCA Racing Series event at Talladega Superspeedway. Driving …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Travis Kvapil Content With NASCAR Career

Growing up in frigid Wisconsin, Travis Kvapil had a dream of one day making it to NASCAR, though he didn’t think it would ever be achievable. Entering his 17th year in the sport,  the 41-year-old is happy running back down the ranks he once ran up. Beaver Motorsports announced in mid-February …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Martinsville & the Original NASCAR SuperTrucks

This Saturday, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to action at the Martinsville Speedway. For all that has changed over the 23 year history of the tour, Martinsville has remained a constant. The 0.526 mile paperclip-shaped oval in southern Virginia is one of only three tracks on the inaugural …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: 5 Drivers That Stand Out 2 Races In

Around this time each year, I feel like it’s required to, once again, complain that there are way too many off weeks early in the season.  At this point, that argument falls on deaf ears. I mean, sure there’s that extra race in Atlanta to follow-up the season-opener, but that …

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