Tag Archives: Christopher Bell

Friday Faceoff: What Is the Debris Caution Standard?

1) Some say the luster for Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been lost in recent years. Where would you rank the race in terms of prestige within NASCAR? Is it still a crown jewel event? Phil Allaway, Editor: It’s an important race to NASCAR but nowhere near the most competitive (if …

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Pace Laps: Hot Streaks, New Faces, Contenders & Jumping Series

Sprint Cup Series: “Slugger’s” New Assignment: Swing For The Fences To End Sophomore Slump – Swept under the rug during a week where NASCAR announced a new rules package is an important crew chief change at Richard Childress Racing. It’s a strange time at RCR, an organization whose trio of …

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Erik Jones Quickest in Lone Truck Series Practice at Iowa

Coming off another dominating performance that turned into a disappointing finish last weekend at Gateway, Erik Jones is back at it. The 19-year-old was quickest in final practice for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Friday, clocking in a time of 23.153 seconds (136.051 mph). Jones edged out new Kyle Busch …

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USAC Champion Christopher Bell Set to Make Truck Debut for Kyle Busch at Iowa

Kyle Busch gave Darrell Wallace Jr. his first big break in NASCAR. He did the same for Erik Jones. In the Camping World Truck Series’ American Ethanol 200 on June 19th, he’ll do it again for Christopher Bell. Bell, who currently races in the Pro All Star Series late model tour …

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