Tag Archives: Jennifer Jo Cobb

NASCAR 101: NASCAR’s Current Owner-Drivers

Where have all the owner-drivers gone? Well, it certainly ain’t the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Which is probably a different story from when many who read this first started following NASCAR. The story of the owner-driver — the do-it-all wheelman who can balance a checkbook just as well as …

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Christian Eckes Wins Truck Pole At Daytona

Christian Eckes is officially a pole winner in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. The 18-year-old topped the charts on Friday evening (Feb. 15) with a speed of 182.604 miles per hour in just his fifth Truck Series attempt. He’ll start from the pole for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 …

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Truckin’ Thursdays Best Of: Jennifer Jo Cobb Driven By Passion, Supported By Faith

Author’s Note: The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series sits idle as the XFINITY and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. But that doesn’t mean the series’ drivers aren’t keeping themselves busy. This weekend, Jennifer Jo Cobb will make her NASCAR Whelen Euro Series debut in Valencia, …

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Multi-Truck Wreck Leaves Jennifer Jo Cobb No. 10 On Fire At Daytona

Grant Enfinger started the first multi-truck wreck in Friday’s (Feb. 16) NextEra Energy Resources 250. But it was Jennifer Jo Cobb who got the worst of it, ending her night in the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series opener. Enfinger simply lost it entering Turn 3, a wreck involving five …

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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Entry List: Lucas Oil 150

One race remains in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Round of 6 to decide who will race for the title at Homestead-Miami Speedway. That elimination race sends the series west to Phoenix International Raceway for the 23rd annual Lucas Oil 150. There are 30 trucks on the penultimate preliminary …

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Did You Notice?: Penske Penalties Piling Up, Longest NASCAR Winless Droughts

Did You Notice? … Team Penske’s final appeal was denied for Brad Keselowski? After finishing fifth at Phoenix in March, the car failed post-race inspection for having too much skew in the rear suspension. The violation, which NASCAR claimed could improve the car’s handling, led to a $65,000 fine, a three-race suspension …

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