Atlanta Will Soon Be Kaz Grala’s Hometrack, Eyeing Another Solid Finish This Weekend In Peach State

In 2017, Kaz Grala showed up to Daytona as a wide eyed rookie in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He wound up winning the season opening race in his very first NASCAR start. Fast forward one full year later, Grala showed up to Daytona again, this time as a wide eyed rookie in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. He didn’t leave with a win, but he powered his No. 24 Ford with JGL Racing with a top five finish in last weekend’s PowersharesQQQ 300. Now, he heads to Atlanta this…

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JGL Adds Shane Wilson As Kaz Grala’s Crew Chief

JGL Racing officials announced today the addition of veteran crew chief Shane Wilson to its 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series lineup.   Shane will serve as crew chief for Kaz Grala and the No. 24 Ford Mustang team. He will serve along side Steven Lane who switches over to the leadership position of Team Manager/Competition Director. “I am excited to join JGL Racing,” stated Wilson.   “They have been improving their performance each year since they started racing in the XFINITY Series.    With the addition of the technical alliance with Roush Fenway Racing and Kaz as the…

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JGL Racing To Align With Roush/Fenway Racing, Hires Kaz Grala For 2018 XFINITY Series Season

Homestead, Fla – JGL Racing officials announced today that the team will make a manufacturer switch as they join the Ford Performance family for the 2018 NASCAR season. JGL currently fields the No. 24 and No. 28 entries in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. The team has fielded Toyota’s for the last three seasons and is excited about switching to Ford Performance and their partnership with Roush Fenway Racing. “These are exciting times for the JGL Racing organization,” said James Whitener, owner of JGL Racing.  “We appreciate the support we have received from…

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Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Practice Recap at New Hampshire

The opening race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs is taking place this weekend at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Saturday’s UNOH 175 (1 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN) will kick off the postseason, as all eight drivers will vie for the 2017 title. With that being said, those eight drivers and the other non playoff eligible drivers had just two practice sessions on the “Magic Mile” on Friday to get their cars perfected for tomorrow afternoon’s race. In the end, Kyle Busch Motorsports rang king as they led both practices…

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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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Fair Or Foul, Austin Cindric’s Move on Kaz Grala On The Last Lap at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

One of the biggest storylines leaving the NASCAR Labor Day weekend events wasn’t from Darlington but from Canada. On the final lap of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Austin Cindric purposely bumped Kaz Grala out of the way en route to the controversial victory. In victory lane, Cindric didn’t hide behind his move saying that he did indeed purposely moved Grala out of the way in order to win the race. But, he said the only reason he did so was because…

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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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Enfinger/Busch Lead Truck Practices at Kentucky, Briscoe to Backup

Sparta, KY- After a delay for NASCAR officials getting to the Kentucky Speedway this morning, the series decided to move the schedule from three practice sessions on Wednesday down to two 85-minute long sessions on the 1.5-mile oval. In the first practice, Grant Enfinger led the way with a lap of 182.020 mph in his No. 98 Toyota. He was the only one to top the 182 mph barrier in session No. 1. Kyle Busch was second quickest in his No. 46 Toyota with a lap of 181.55 mph, while Brandon…

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Johnny Sauter Saves Enough Fuel for 1st Career Dover Victory

It took a while for Johnny Sauter to get his first laps led at the Dover International Speedway, but the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series veteran made his 33 laps led on Friday meaningful. The defending series champion won tonight’s Bar Harbor 200 on the 1-mile track. Sauter, short pitted, and the 39-year old was a master at saving fuel in the end, beating his GMS Racing teammate Kaz Grala for his first career Dover victory and first of the 2017 season. It was also his 14th of his Trucks…

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Christopher Bell Leads 1st Trucks Practice, 2nd Washed Out

Martinsville, VA – Despite rain being forecasted for much of Friday for the Martinsville Speedway area, NASCAR was still able to complete at least one of the two scheduled NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice sessions at the .526-mile Virginia short track in preparation for Saturday’s Alpha Energy Resources 250 (3 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN). In the first session, the only one to be run today, youth was best served with the entire top five on the speed charts being 24 years old or younger. In fact, if you go through the top 10,…

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