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Entry List: Texas Roadhouse 200

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(Photo: Zach Catanzareti)

After a weekend off, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is back in action from the shortest track on the circuit: Martinsville Speedway for the 19th annual Texas Roadhouse 200. There are 34 trucks on the preliminary entry list, and a handful of changes. 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East champion Harrison Burton will be …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Memorable Series Moments Part I

While the Nationwide and Cup series head out west for a visit to Sonoma, the Camping World Truck Series once again sits idle, and until NASCAR adjusts the schedule so these off weeks come along much less frequently, fans are left with quite a bit of downtime in between events. After watching the battle between …

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Does It Really Matter If You Can Drive Anymore?

In an interview I did with Jeremy Clements earlier in the summer, the driver of the No. 50 car dropped a line on me that to this day has stuck at the forefront of my mind when covering the Nationwide Series: “It doesn’t even matter if you can drive anymore.” Now that’s not entirely true. …

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Nuts for Nationwide: 5 Young Guns That Should Be Full-Time in 2009

While Silly Season has been a hot topic on the Cup side for months at a time, RCR’s choice to release Scott Wimmer in favor of Stephen Leicht for 2009 may well mark the start of driver shuffling in the Nationwide Series. As the season begins to wind down and the series finds itself in the heat of a points chase for the first time in years, development drivers and other young talents may find themselves lost in the mix as Clint Bowyer, Carl Edwards, and Brad Keselowski duke it out for a championship. That’s a shame, because there are plenty of able-bodied individuals out there just willing to get here — five future stars that should be gracing the Nationwide Series with a full-time presence next year.

Nationwide Series Breakdown: 2008 Food City 250 at Bristol

Finishing off a charge to the front from his 37th starting spot, Brad Keselowski flew by Clint Bowyer and led the remainder of the Food City 250, scoring his second Nationwide Series win of the season and of his career.

Nationwide Series Breakdown: 2008 CARFAX 250 at Michigan

After scoring the pole Saturday morning, Carl Edwards dominated the CARFAX 250 at Michigan, leading 71 of 125 laps to convincingly score his third victory of the season in this series over Brian Vickers and Tony Stewart.

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