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Three New Series Champions, One Great Season

The 2011 NASCAR season brought about three different champions. Two of the champions just finished their second season and the third champion won his third title. Lets meet our NASCAR champions.

Austin Dillon Wins The Truck Championship; Johnny Sauter wins the Race

Coming into the night, all Austin Dillon had to do was finish 16th or better to clinch the 2011 championship. With 40 laps to go at Homestead-Miami Speedway, it was looking like that championship would be in jeopardy.

Johnny Sauter Hoping to Take Kulwicki Path to Championship

Johnny Sauter, driver of the No. 13 Safe Auto/Curb/Carrier Chevy Silverado for ThorSport Racing, sits third in Camping World Truck championship points, just 14 points back from leader Austin Dillon and 11 points behind second place contender James Buescher.

Hornaday Scores 50th Career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Victory

Austin Dillon, driver of the No. 3 Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet started from the pole in the Kentucky 225 at a cold Kentucky Speedway.

Kyle Busch Spanks Truck Field at New Hampshire

Kyle Busch, driving the No. 18 Toyota/Traxxas Toyota, spanked the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with a dominant win in the 16th annual running of the F. W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Kevin Harvick Survives Two Day Pocono Truck Marathon for First Season Win

In a rain-delayed race at Pocono Raceway, lasting from Saturday afternoon to Sunday morning, one driver, Kevin Harvick, survived the marathon to take the checkered flag.

Brad Keselowski Captures Unexpected Win at Lucas Oil Raceway

After a green-white-checkered restart, Keselowski wasted no time in overtaking leader Stenhouse Jr. and blasted across the finish line for his second win this season in the Nationwide Series.

Jason White Hits Lottery Again for Joe Denette Motorsports with Best Team Finish

With his Mega Millions lottery winnings in hand, Joe Denette has been living the NASCAR dream , creating his own Camping World Truck Series team, Joe Denette Motorsports, this season.

Joey Coulter Still Feeling Awesome After Career Best Truck Run

While much of the attention was focused on what happened after the Truck race at Kansas Speedway, Joey Coulter was still riding on a self-proclaimed high of awesomeness after his career best finish.

Kyle Busch Wins Monster of a Truck Race; Nemesis Kevin Harvick Finishes Fifth

Busch put the controversy and trash talking with Kevin Harvick from last week’s Darlington race behind him to win the Lucas Oil 200 Truck Series race at the Monster Mile in Dover.

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