Camping World

  1. Moffitt Shines at Home in Iowa

    Brett Moffitt won Saturday night’s M&Ms 200 at Iowa Speedway. Moffitt, who is from Grimes, Iowa, now has two wins on the season which is second to Johnny Sauter who has four. 17-year-old Harrison Burton led the field to the green flag and quickly rocketed his 51 Tundra away from the field. Burton’s teammate Todd… Continue Reading »
  2. Sauter Continues to Roll

    Johnny Sauter made his third visit to victory lane on the season Friday night after claiming victory in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The win was the 20th of his truck career and first at Charlotte. Qualifying was rained out earlier in the afternoon and Sauter started the race on… Continue Reading »
  3. Experience Wins Again

    Johnny Sauter captured his second checkered flag of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season at Dover on Friday in the Jegs 200. Sauter dominated the race leading well over half the laps but it was anything but an easy afternoon for the series veteran. Polesitter Noah Gragson appeared to have the truck to… Continue Reading »
  4. Cup and Truck Races Pushed to Monday

    The Cup series STP 500 and Truck series Alpha Energy Resources 250 at Martinsville Speedway have been postponed to Monday in the wake of a snowstorm that took place Saturday afternoon and night. Track officials elected to use resources to recover from the storm rather than for the race. The track property doesn’t look too… Continue Reading »
  5. Moffitt Shocks Field with Truck Win at Atlanta

    Brett Moffitt won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Active Pest Control 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The win is Moffitt’s second Truck Series win, and Hattori Racing’s first win as a team. It was only Moffitt’s second race with the team. On the initial start, third-place starter Noah Gragson got by teammate Kyle Busch… Continue Reading »
  6. Johnny Sauter Wins Wreck-Filled Truck Race at Daytona

    Johnny Sauter has won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series NextEra Energy Solutions 250 at Daytona International Speedway. It’s his third win at Daytona, and that makes him the winningest Truck Series driver at the track. Five incidents slowed the race, along with the two stage breaks, totaling seven cautions. The first caution came out… Continue Reading »