Tag Archives: Ryan Truex

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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Pace Laps: Championship Favorites Reign at Chicago, Josef Newgarden Wins IndyCar Title

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: The Importance of Execution – It ended some days and opened opportunity for others. Heck, it even had its place in the day of the race winner Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway. Execution is an important factor in tying one end of the race to the …

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Johnny Sauter Wins Chicagoland Truck Series Race, Ben Rhodes Makes Playoffs

Christopher Bell dominated Friday night in Chicagoland but, in the end, just the slightest of wiggles handed the victory over to Johnny Sauter. The defending champion capitalized on Bell’s mistake in the end to secure his second victory of 2017. Chase Briscoe made strides toward the leader after passing Bell but …

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Ryan Truex Earns Season-Best Truck Series Finish at Pocono

Restarts were the opportune time for making big moves at Pocono Raceway for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series during Saturday’s Overton’s 150. For Hattori Racing Enterprises driver Ryan Truex, restarts could have taken away a chance to end a three-race streak of finishing 20th or worse. Instead, things went well …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: 4 Potential First-Time Winners at Gateway

Chase Briscoe almost broke through and scored his first career victory last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. In fact, many thought he was the one who’d weaved through the chaos that ended the race and won, but it was Christopher Bell who emerged victorious. But Briscoe’s near-victory, coupled with Ryan Blaney’s …

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Friday Faceoff: What to Do with the Overtime Line?

1. The teams of both Kyle Busch and Chase Briscoe received heavy penalties after Dover International Speedway, including suspensions of crew chiefs, tire carriers and tire changers after each had a wheel fall off in completion.  Did NASCAR make the right call? Amy Henderson: Yes. The rulebook is pretty specific in …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Ryan Truex on Appreciating What You Have

Ryan Truex finally feels at home for a full NASCAR season. Following years of part-time rides, struggling efforts and fallen-through deals, 25-year-old Truex has a full-time season on tap with Shigeaki Hattori Racing in the Camping World Truck Series. So far, it’s going pretty well. His No. 16 Toyota is hot off …

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