Cole Whitt

Crunching The Numbers: Pocono/Iowa/Texas

After last weekend’s triple-header at Dover International Speedway, the three national series go their separate ways this weekend with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series headlining at Pocono Raceway, the NASCAR Nationwide Series heading to the Midwest for a Saturday night showdown at Iowa Speedway, and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicking off the weekend in the Lone Star State with their race on Friday night at Texas Motor Speedway.

Cole Whitt Ready For Some NASCAR Bashing

JR Motorsports young gun Cole Whitt is all set to do some NASCAR bashing at his upcoming Nationwide race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Dillon and Stenhouse Lead the ‘Young Gun’ Movement Return to NASCAR Nationwide Series

Through the past five years, there were many concerned NASCAR fans with regards to how they saw the second-tier divisions going. Concerned fans were questioning both series as they saw a lack of young drivers competing in the divisions.

Cole Whitt Wide Open

What makes Cole Whitt, driver of the No. 60 for Turn One Racing in the Camping World Truck Series, tick? Whitt explains it simply as running his life on and off the track “wide open.”

Cole Whitt Is Just Being Cole Whitt

On the heels of the induction of the second class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, young up and coming driver Cole Whitt is just taking it all in and learning from the masters of the sport.

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.

Cole Whitt: ‘We’re Trying Really Hard’

Red Bull development driver Cole Whitt has been tearing up the tracks in his No. 60 truck for his rookie season in the NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series.

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