Ryan Truex

Austin Hill claims second Xfinity Series career victory at Atlanta

The 28-year-old Hill from Winston, Georgia, led a race-high 73 of 163-scheduled laps en route to his second career victory in the Xfinity circuit at his home track.

Brandon Jones capitalizes with a wild Xfinity victory at Martinsville

The 25-year-old Jones from Atlanta, Georgia, overtook teammate Ty Gibbs in the second of two overtime attempts to claim his first victory at the Paperclip-shaped short track.

Ryan Truex rejoins Joe Gibbs Racing for a four-race Xfinity deal in 2022

The two-time ARCA Menards Series East champion is scheduled to make his first of four Xfinity Series starts for JGR at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in March.

Taylor Moyer to call 100th Xfinity Series event as crew chief at Daytona

The Shoreham, Vermont, native is primed to claim a milestone achievement in his fourth full-time season as a NASCAR Xfinity Series crew chief for JR Motorsports.

Interview – Q&A with Truck Series driver Ryan Truex

In this week's interview, Speedway Media catches up with Niece Motorsports newcomer, Ryan Truex. Truex recently joined the team for a full-season and will contend for the 2021 Truck Series championship.

Kaulig Racing to surpass 200 combined NASCAR Xfinity starts at Daytona

The four-time race-winning NASCAR Xfinity Series team based in Welcome, North Carolina, is set to surpass a milestone start with its three-car operation at the World Center of Racing in its fifth season of existence.

Ryan Truex claims second at ISM Raceway, ties Xfinity career-best finish

Ryan Truex captured second place in Saturday's Xfinity Series iK9 Service Dog 200 at ISM Raceway, tying his series career-best finish.

A Well-Deserved Opportunity for Ryan Truex

As for this season coming up, Truex landed a ride that he truly deserved. Considering that he has had an up and down career over the last several years with different teams, 2018 should be a terrific opportunity to showcase his talents.

Kaulig Racing Signs Ryan Truex for XFINITY Series Ride

LEXINGTON, N.C. — In the midst of off-season expansion, Kaulig Racing announced today that Ryan Truex will drive the No. 11 Chevrolet for the...

Driver Analysis: Ryan Truex

The 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season was a wild one for the No. 16 driver, Ryan Truex, the brother of the 2017 Cup Series Champion. Like others, he was involved in an unfortunate Lap 1 accident at Daytona which ended his season opener very early.

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