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Brad Keselowski Racing to Close After 2017

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Eleven years ago, K-Automotive Racing, owned by Brad Keselowski‘s father Bob, shut down its NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team. Now, Brad’s own team looks to be following suit. On Thursday evening (Aug. 17), Brad Keselowski Racing announced in a press release that it would be closing its doors at the conclusion of the 2017 …

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Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Struggles to Find All-Star Feel

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Last weekend, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup and Camping World Truck Series descended onto Charlotte Motor Speedway for the annual All-Star festivities.  New gimmicks were in play and they did next to nothing to change the action.  More on that a little later. Before we get into the races themselves, I have to talk about …

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Tracking the Trucks: Kyle Busch Smokes ‘Em in Charlotte

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In a Nutshell: Kyle Busch scored his seventh Camping World Truck Series victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway Friday night. Making a bold move to jump from fourth to the lead with less than 20 laps remaining, the driver of the No. 51 Toyota pulled away from the field in a three-lap shootout to the finish. Johnny …

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Couch Potato Tuesday: Darrell Waltrip Violates Scout Law at Martinsville

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Martinsville Speedway, oldest track in NASCAR and the one of the slowest.  This weekend, we got a different type of action at Martinsville.  Goodyear, with some help from warmer temperatures, finally came up with something that would lay down rubber on the concrete for what seems like the first time in ever.  As a result, …

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Camping World Truck Series Season Starts Off with a Bang

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It took the Camping World Truck Series just one lap before the Big One reared its ugly head Friday evening at Daytona. Around the 10th spot, cars began to shuffle out of the tri-oval when Chase Briscoe got into the back of Noah Gragson, triggering an 11-truck pileup. John Hunter Nemechek, Tyler Young, Terry Jones, Austin …

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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 XFINITY Series with Richard Childress …

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Chase Briscoe Moves to Truck Series with Brad Keselowski Racing

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Ford Performance is kicking off its own NASCAR driver development program in 2017, and the first benefactor has been chosen: Chase Briscoe. Briscoe, the defending champion in the ARCA Racing Series, will drive for Brad Keselowski Racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2017, the team announced Thursday (Jan. 12). Briscoe joins Austin …

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Austin Cindric to Race Full-Time for BKR in 2017

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On Friday afternoon at Phoenix International Raceway, Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR) announced that Austin Cindric will drive for the organization full-time in 2017.  The 18-year old son of Team Penske President Tim Cindric has spent the past few years racing anything he possibly can on four wheels. Cindric is very happy to get a chance …

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Entry List: Chevrolet Silverado 200

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The Camping World Truck Series heads north of the border this weekend to compete at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park for the fourth consecutive season. As of Monday, there are 32 trucks entered, meaning all will make the race, barring any entry list updates. Austin Cindric will compete for Brad Keselowski Racing for the second time …

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Entry List: 2016 UNOH 200

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On Wednesday night (weather permitting), the Camping World Truck Series will take to the 0.533-mile Bristol Motor Speedway for 200 laps of hard-fought action.  Before we get to the race, 36 trucks will have to bite and claw to make the 32-truck field. Possibly the most notable addition to the field is Austin Cindric returning …

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