Kyle Busch Finishes 1st and 26th In NASCAR Doubleheader at Atlanta on Saturday

Hampton, GA – Kyle Busch entered this weekend at the Atlanta Motor Speedway vying for the three-peat at the 1.54-mile Georgia track. Busch, entered himself in not just the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, but both the NASCAR XFINITY Series as well as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on Saturday afternoon too. Needless to say, Busch is going to be spending more time in a race car this weekend than not. But, this weekend is different too. There’s a doubleheader on Saturday for both support…

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Christopher Bell Wins Active Pest Control 200 Truck Series Race in Atlanta

Hampton, GA – It was a roller coaster of a day for Kyle Busch Motorsports driver Christopher Bell. The youngster earned his first career Trucks pole earlier this morning then led the first 83 laps of today’s Active Pest Control 200 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. He won the first two stages of the race at the 1.54-mile Georgia track and was in prime control all race long. Unfortunately, his KBM teammate Kyle Busch took over the lead on Lap 84 when he beat Bell off of pit road. On…

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Briscoe/Bell Lead Camping World Truck Series Practice Sessions on Friday in Atlanta

Hampton, GA – It was an extremely busy day of track activity at the Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday. There were seven practice sessions among all three of NASCAR’s top series’ to go along with Cup qualifying on Friday evening as well. Three of those seven practice sessions came from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers, as they took to the track for three practices around the 1.54-mile Georgia track. In the first session, rookie Chase Briscoe led the way with a speed of 181.082 mph in his No. 29…

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FOX Adds Martinsville, Pocono to Networks Coverage of Truck Races In 2017

Hampton, GA – FOX Sports announced on Thursday that a pair of 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races will now air on the FOX broadcast network – Martinsville on Saturday, April 1 (3:00 PM ET) and Pocono on Saturday, July 29 (1:00 PM ET). The events join the Oct. 14 NCWTS race from Talladega on the FOX calendar, with the remainder of the season airing on FS1 and the entire FOX NASCAR schedule available live on FOX Sports GO. In addition, FOX Sports announces several minor start time updates to…

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With Talladega Being Final Race of 1st Round, Hemric/Nemechek Will Have Difficult Time Moving Into Next Round

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers may have had the last two weekends off, but the intensity level didn’t waver. With this being the inaugural year of the Chase for them, they have a lot of anxiety ahead of this weekend’s race too. It’s not just the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ final race of the second round of their Chase, but the Truck Series will end their opening round of their Chase too. Currently, only William Byron has stamped his name into the second round by virtue of his…

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Brett Moffitt to Run 3 More Truck Races for Red Horse Racing

Red Horse Racing announced on Wednesday that Brett Moffitt will be back behind the wheel of the No. 11 Toyota for three more events in 2016. Moffitt, 24, will race in the upcoming event at Bristol next weekend as well as the races at Michigan and the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. This isn’t the first time he’s been in that Truck, as he has driven the No. 11 twice this season, once at Kentucky where an engine failure ended his day early, and also at Pocono, where he finished third.

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William Byron Wins Truck Series Race at Kentucky

SPARTA, KY- William Byron is showing he’s going to have a bright future in NASCAR, as the 18-year old drove his No. 9 Liberty Toyota to victory lane for the fourth time in the 2016 season with a victory in Friday night’s Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 at the Kentucky Speedway. Byron, led a race-high 70 of the 150 laps tonight en route to his fourth win in his rookie campaign and putting Kyle Busch Motorsports in victory lane for a record setting 51st time in the NASCAR Camping…

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