Nemechek Lands XFINITY Series Ride With Chip Ganassi Racing

Chip Ganassi Racing announced on Tuesday that they have signed John Hunter Nemechek, a five-time winner in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and former NASCAR NEXT driver, to pilot the No. 42 Chevrolet Camaro in multiple NASCAR XFINITY Series races in 2018. Nemechek, 20, will work with veteran NXS crew chief Mike Shiplett, who has led the team for the last four seasons. Nemechek’s No. 42 Chevrolet will carry primary sponsorship from Fire Alarm Services, Inc. in 2018. Nemechek, began his racing career in quarter midgets at the age…

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Johnny Sauter Wins Wild Lucas Oil 150, Championship 4 Set For Homestead

Avondale, AZ – Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 at the Phoenix Raceway was as wild as we thought it would be. With the 1.022-mile track racing like a short track, and this being the final race of the second round, what more would you expect? Johnny Sauter picked up his first career win in the desert and second straight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory on the season en route to a surprising win for him in the last race before the Championship 4. Sauter, only led the final five laps…

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Nemechek’s Chances Of Making It To Homestead Begin With Hopes Of Strong Run at Martinsville On Saturday

Currently, John Hunter Nemechek is tied for third but has a one point advantage in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs for the final playoff spot that transfer for the Championship 4 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Ben Rhodes is one point back while Austin Cindric is seven behind. But, as we head to the Martinsville Speedway this weekend, it’s a place where Nemechek can really make a name for himself and put some distance between himself and the bubble. 

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Parker Kligerman Wins Fred’s 250, 2nd Round Set, Briscoe, Grala Eliminated

Talladega, Ala – Talladega chaos ended in Talladega chaos for Saturday afternoon’s Fred’s 250. A melee occurred just after the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers took the white flag, as the “big one” ended the race. With that being said, for the second time of his Truck Series career, Parker Kligerman reached victory lane as a result of the final caution. In fact, both trips to victory lane for Kligerman have now occurred at the Talladega Superspeedway. Kligerman, powered his No. 75 Toyota past Christopher Bell on the final restart…

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2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoff Field Set

Now that the 16th and final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series regular season race is behind us, the focus turns to the 2017 playoffs. With that being said, entering this weekend’s race at the Chicagoland Speedway, seven drivers already knew their playoff fate. There’d be five drivers going for that eighth and final spot on Friday night. With the checkered flag flying, that spot is now taken. Here are the eight drivers in this year’s playoffs. 

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Christopher Bell Wins Trucks Race at Pocono, Busch Involved In a Crash

Christopher Bell was out to prove that he can win away from dirt or 1.5-mile tracks. On Saturday afternoon from the Pocono Raceway, he did just that. Bell, cruised to his fourth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory of the season with taking the checkered flag first in his No. 4 Toyota for the Overton’s 150. 

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Christopher Bell Wins Rain Delayed Trucks Race at Kentucky

Sparta, KY – It took three hours, but as rain finally let up and track officials were able to get the Kentucky Speedway dry, the Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 was able to run to completion on Thursday night. Christopher Bell won his third race of the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season, all on 1.5-mile tracks, taking his No. 4 Toyota to victory lane for the fifth time of his Trucks career. 

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