Camping World

  1. 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 »
  2. 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 »
  3. NASCAR Needs to Cut Costs. Now.

    One of the most concerning aspects of NASCAR as a sport its monetary situation. Money has been short for many teams, leading to a lack of competition at times, as well as an influx of pay-to-play drivers, especially in the lower series. Now even Miller-Coors is moving away from the sport, decreasing its appearances on… Continue Reading »
  4. Weekend Preview: Pocono & Iowa – Blaney, Byron look for sweeps, Truck battles tighten

    By Matteo Marcheschi Cup Series Blaney Looks for Pocono Sweep Ryan Blaney captured his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory in the Cup Series’ June event at Pocono Raceway. Now Blaney looks for the Pocono sweep, a feat accomplished by seven drivers, including Denny Hamlin (2006), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2014), and Jimmie Johnson… Continue Reading »
  5. The Big Question: Is NASCAR’s Truck Series Dying?

    By Matteo Marcheschi Despite a thriller of a race at Kentucky Speedway Thursday night, a shadow has begun to envelop the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series garage. After the demise of Red Horse Racing in late May due to a lack of sponsorship, the series has struggled to fill fields. Before the Red Horse shut… Continue Reading »