The NASCAR Camping World Truck wrapped up another exciting season of thrilling finishes and fresh faces in victory lane, as well as familiar faces who had a career high season. If this continues next year, 2019 will just be as exciting as 2018.
The 10th race of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series took place this past weekend at Gateway Motorsports Park. While there were a couple of surprises in the top-10, the same team that has been dominant for most of the season, wound up in victory lane, but this time with a different driver.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series visited Gateway Motorsports Park this past weekend for race number 10 of 22 for the series. Just like last week's finish at Iowa, the Truck Series regulars once again didn't disappoint in the Eaton 200.
It was the ninth race of the 22-race season and with the season getting into the hot summer months, the M&M's 200 sure didn't disappoint in a thriller finish and the Truck Series regulars continuing to put on a great show.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series headed out west last Friday night for the first inaugural spring race held at the 1.5 mile speedway. It was a familiar face on top of the scoring pylon at the end of the day. Here's a look at this weeks power rankings.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series came to Atlanta Motor Speedway this past weekend following the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the only doubleheader of the season. The Active Pest Control 200 sure didn't disappoint as it came down to the wire and the last restart of the race.
Jesse Little was inducted into the 2014-2015 NASCAR NEXT class at Richmond International Raceway on Friday due to winning last season’s K&N East Pro Series ROY (Rookie of The Year) honors and posting eight top five finishes throughout his K&N tenure.