The reigning Craftsman Truck Series champion from Huntington Beach, California, led a race-high 16 of 42-scheduled laps and beat Kyle Busch during a 13-lap dash to the finish for his second Truck victory of the 2023 season.
This weekend all three NASCAR national series head to Circuit of the Americas (COTA) for a full schedule of on-track activity. The 20-turn, 3.41-mile road course track presents a unique challenge for all of the competitors. As an added bonus, Formula One champions Jenson Button and Kimi Räikkönen, along with IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar champion Jordan Taylor, will join the Cup Series regulars on Sunday in the EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix.
Christian Eckes captured the checkered flag in an exciting overtime finish to win the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Fr8 208 Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It was the second career victory in the series and his first as a driver for Bill McAnally Racing.
NASCAR travels to Atlanta Motor Speedway with all three national series competing on the 1.5-mile track. The Craftsman Truck Series and Xfinity Series headline Saturday’s action and the Cup Series will close out the weekend’s events with the Ambetter Health 400.
Kyle Busch wheeled his No. 51 Chevrolet to victory lane Friday night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He led 84 of 134 laps and claimed his fourth career Truck Series win at his home track. It was his 63rd win in the series.
NASCAR travels to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend with a full schedule of competition in all three series. During the 2022 season, we saw 19 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers in victory lane. Will the trend continue this year?