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John Hunter Nemechek Fastest in Homestead Truck Happy Hour

On Friday morning, NEMCO Motorsports’ John Hunter Nemechek turned in the fastest lap overall in Camping World Truck Series Happy Hour.  The slightly warmer temperatures resulted in a significant decrease in speed.  Nemechek’s best lap of 32.680 seconds (165.239 mph) was nearly two-thirds of a second slower than Johnny Sauter‘s …

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Tracking the Trucks: Johnny Sauter Punches Championship Ticket at Texas

In A Nutshell: Johnny Sauter took the lead with 13 laps to go when John Hunter Nemechek ran out of fuel.  From there, the defending Camping World Truck Series champion held off Austin Cindric to take his third win of the season.  The victory locks him into the Championship 4 …

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Tracking the Trucks: Parker Kligerman Scores 2nd Career Win at Talladega

In a Nutshell: Parker Kligerman emerged from the carnage victorious in Saturday afternoon’s fred’s 250 at Talladega Superspeedway. The driver of the No. 75 Toyota kept the pedal to the floor as a last-lap melee wiped out a large chunk of the remaining drivers and scored his second career win …

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John Hunter Nemechek Advances, Chase Briscoe Misses Round of 6

There wasn’t a dull second for John Hunter Nemechek or Chase Briscoe Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway. Entering the weekend’s Fred’s 250, each driver had one goal in mind: survive and advance in the Camping World Truck Series playoffs. However, it didn’t take long before the unpredictability of ‘Dega bit one …

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Christopher Bell Sweeps Stages Toward New Hampshire Victory

The Camping World Truck series opened their playoffs on Saturday afternoon,  where Christopher Bell led 73 of the 175 laps and won the first two stages at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Despite his success, Bell still had to work and work and work in order to regain the lead.  With 16 …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: 8 Drivers, 3 Rounds, 1 Championship

Last weekend at Chicagoland Speedway, the Camping World Truck Series set its playoff field, and for the final seven races on the schedule, all eyes will focus on the championship battle. One thing that’s different this year, though, is the number of playoff points accumulated each week by winning stages …

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