Tag Archives: John Wes Townley

Johnny Sauter Wins Martinsville; Punches Ticket to Championship 4

With a Sprint Cup Series regular hot on his heels, Johnny Sauter did not skip a beat. The Daytona winner held strong, beating Chase Elliott to the line to grab his third Martinsville victory, second of the season and 12th of his Truck Series career “To get a win here …

Read More »

John Wes Townley, Daniel Hemric Lead the Way in Chicagoland Truck Practices

John Wes Townley led the opening practice of a pivotal weekend at Chicagoland Speedway for the Camping World Truck Series at a speed of 175.182 mph. Townley, winless on the season, is in a must-win scenario in order to make the inaugural Chase for the championship in the Truck Series. …

Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: Brett Moffitt Scores First Career Victory at Michigan

In a Nutshell: Just 10 days removed from finishing runner-up to Ben Kennedy at Bristol Motor Speedway, Brett Moffitt emerged victorious Saturday afternoon at Michigan International Speedway. Moffitt waited out a two-hour rain delay and made a last lap pass to score his first career win by just 0.098 seconds …

Read More »

John Wes Townley Soars to Michigan Pole

Looking for a win to make his way into the inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase, John Wes Townley will lead the field to green later this afternoon after taking the Keystone Light Pole Award at Michigan International Speedway. Townley topped the field in both rounds of qualifying to claim …

Read More »

Tracking the Trucks: William Byron Makes History at Pocono

In a Nutshell: William Byron owned Pocono Raceway throughout the weekend. Come Saturday’s Pocono Mountains 150, the No. 9 truck, deemed the one to beat by his competitors, set the pace. Holding off Cameron Hayley on a restart with four laps remaining in the race, Byron earned his fifth triumph of the …

Read More »

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR: Daytona Edition

As has become the trend lately with road courses, last weekend’s race at Sonoma played more like a short track, complete with some last-lap bumping and banging. However, Sonoma wasn’t the only track that saw contact. The Truck Series was in Gateway over the weekend and had some contact of …

Read More »