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Truckin’ Thursdays: Jordan Anderson’s Power of Persistence

The Camping World Truck Series may be off-track until April, but you can bet one driver is working double-time, hoping to find a way to get back on track when the series reaches Martinsville on April 1. After an incident at Atlanta Motor Speedway last weekend, Jordan Anderson, who made …

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Tracking the Trucks: Christopher Bell Schools the Field for Atlanta Redemption

In a Nutshell: Class was in session at Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday as Christopher Bell taught the field about the power in his Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota. Bell started from the pole, led 99 of the 130 laps and won all three stages en route to his third career win. …

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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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Friday Face-off: What Was to Blame for Daytona Carnage?

This year’s Daytona 500 saw 15 drivers fail to finish due to wrecks. Is that the result of plate racing, the segments, simply coincidence or… what? Is the damage clock the right length or do you think that was also the culprit? Amy Henderson, Senior Editor: In the 500, it …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Joe Nemechek Has High Hopes for NEMCO Motorsports in 2017

A month prior to NASCAR’s season-opening weekend at Daytona International Speedway, Joe Nemechek announced that he would join his son John Hunter Nemechek to race in the first three Camping World Truck Series events of 2017. Coming out of Daytona, both Nemecheks finished in the top five, with John Hunter leading the …

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