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Austin Cindric Leans on Team Penske Drivers for Advice in Rookie Season

As the Camping World Truck Series season is set to begin at Daytona International Speedway, Brad Keselowski Racing is entering a new era, putting two full-time rookies into its truck lineup. Austin Cindric, 18, still attending high school in Concord, NC, is replacing Daniel Hemric who moved up to the …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Hendrick Motorsports Keep It Straight in Daytona 500?

Will Hendrick Motorsports Keep It Straight in Daytona 500? The dubious tone from Dale Earnhardt Jr. during Sunday (Feb. 19)’s Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway spoke volumes about how the rest of Speedweeks may go for Hendrick Motorsports. Despite sweeping the front row for Sunday’s Daytona 500, …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: 4 Reasons to Tune In to the 2017 Season

Racing in Stages Let’s just get to the elephant in the room right away. Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock throughout the offseason, by now you’re well aware that perhaps the biggest news came in the form of an announcement that each race of the season would be broken …

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Pace Laps: Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Return, Sebring Testing, Austin Theriault Wins and Florida Speedweeks

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Welcome back, Junior – Dale Earnhardt Jr. is officially back. The weekend at Daytona International Speedway saw the two-time Daytona 500 champion have some fun again – so much, in fact, that he looked to actually be enjoying a rain delay for once on Saturday night. …

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Regan Smith to Drive Part-Time for Ricky Benton Racing in 2017

Regan Smith has found a part-time Camping World Truck Series ride for the 2017 season, competing with Ricky Benton Racing in 12 events. The news comes less than one week after Smith stated, “I’m not done racing,” while co-hosting “The Morning Drive” on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. “I wasn’t done racing …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Noah Gragson Energized Joining Trucks, Kyle Busch

Noah Gragson is set to take on the biggest opportunity of his career. The Las Vegas native joins Kyle Busch Motorsports after spending three years developing in NASCAR’s K&N Pro Series divisions. Gragson has big shoes to fill, replacing William Byron, who dominated the Camping World Truck Series field throughout …

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Parker Kligerman to Compete for Henderson Motorsports, Expand Role with NBC Sports in 2017

Parker Kligerman will return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2017, but with a different look. The part-time racer is going old-school, partnering with Henderson Motorsports to compete in the organization’s No. 75 truck for at least eight to 10 races. Kligerman attempted to make his debut with …

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Rick Ware Racing Move to Truck Series, Shut Down XFINITY Program

Rick Ware Racing will return to the Camping World Truck Series full-time in 2017, temporarily shutting down its XFINITY Series program. Spencer Boyd will pilot the truck for the team for at least a portion of the races, the driver announced Friday on Twitter. There has been talk within the …

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Ben Kennedy: There Are Different Things I Wish I Spent More Time Doing

Ben Kennedy got into NASCAR the hard way even after being born into the sport. The son of Lesa France Kennedy, CEO of International Speedway Corporation and Vice Chairperson and a NASCAR board of directors member, this 24-year-old could have taken the easy way, but he didn’t. Kennedy has fought …

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