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Gray Gaulding Signs XFINITY Series Deal with Roush Fenway Racing

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After speaking about how excited he was to announce his plans for 2016, Gray Gaulding has signed on to become the newest developmental driver for Roush Fenway Racing in the XFINITY Series. Gaulding is scheduled to pilot the No. 60 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing in two events this season, the first coming at Bristol Motor Speedway in August. He will make his …

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Gray Gaulding to Announce XFINITY Series Plans for 2016

Though former Camping World Truck Series driver Gray Gaulding has not made a NASCAR-sanctioned start so far in 2016 there’s plenty to be excited for in terms of his future career. Gaulding will announce his plans to run select XFINITY Series races this season “next week,” saying he is excited to finally make the decision public. “[I’m] really looking …

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Friday Faceoff: Phantom Debris, Toyota’s Tough Start & Truck Series Youth at Martinsville

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1) Much has been said already about the debris cautions during last weekend’s Auto Club 400. Give it to us straight: is NASCAR in the right or the wrong? Kevin Rutherford, Managing Editor: No doubt: NASCAR has made some questionable calls in years past when it comes to throwing the caution vs. not throwing the …

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NASCAR 101: Why Drivers Under 18 Have a Shot in the Trucks

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This weekend, you could conceivably see drivers on a NASCAR national series level that don’t even have their driver’s license yet. Not to say that’s actually gonna happen; of the young’ns this weekend, everyone’s at least 16 years old, meaning unless someone decided to delay taking their test, you could meet any of them out …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Cole Custer, Gray Gaulding Among Storylines to Watch at Martinsville

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After starting the season with back-to-back races at Daytona and Atlanta, the Camping World Truck Series entered into a month-long hiatus. Finally, that off time is over as drivers return to the track at Martinsville Speedway this weekend. It’s a chance for those under 18 to spotlight their talent, creating a healthy entry list at …

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Gray Gaulding, Krispy Kreme Move to Red Horse Racing

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Red Horse Racing has added Gray Gaulding to its roster, and he brings sponsor Krispy Kreme with him. Gaulding announced this morning at a groundbreaking ceremony for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in Clemmons, N.C., that he will rejoin Toyota Racing to drive for Red Horse Racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, piloting the No. 7 …

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Entry List: 2015 Kroger 250 at Martinsville

After nearly a month off, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will return to action this Saturday at Martinsville Speedway. NASCAR released the entry list for the March 28 17th Annual Kroger 250 on Monday (March 23). There are 36 entrants, including a few surprises. Four teams will fail to make Saturday’s feature. Daytona 500 winner …

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NTS Motorsports Announces 2015 Lineup, Daniel Hemric to Compete in Trucks Full-Time

Daniel Hemric talks strategy with Tyler Clary Credit: Mike Neff Photo by Mike Neff

On Monday, NTS Motorsports announced their 2015 driver lineup.  The team will field two full-time entries in the Camping World Truck Series, along with one part-time truck.  There will also be one full-time entry in the K&N Pro Series East and a late model team in the Spears SRL Southwest Series.  Finally, there will be …

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Going By the Numbers: NASCAR’s Newbie Cup Runneth Over in 2014

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The 2014 season is over, and NASCAR’s gained the highest degree of attention – positive or otherwise – it’s received in years. And yet, you’re not happy. That’s certainly the case for many fans and viewers of the sport, who look at the experiment that was the new Chase format with disdain, even outrage. The …

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Tracking the Trucks: Chevrolet Silverado 250

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In a Nutshell: Ryan Blaney finished 0.049 seconds ahead of German Quiroga to win Sunday afternoon’s Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. The driver of the No. 29 Ford led twice for a race-high 34 laps en route to his first win of the season. Erik Jones, Gray Gaulding and Andrew Ranger rounded …

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