Found October 31, 2012 on
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James Buescher has always come to Texas Motor Speedway trying to win a race on the big track, the only one at the facility the Plano native has never been to Victory Lane in.
That won't necessarily be Buescher's lone goal for Friday night's Winstar World Casino 350 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Buescher, who drives the No. 31 Great Clips Chevrolet, is the point leader in the series with three races remaining. Buescher leads Ty Dillon by 21 points and Timothy Peters by 25. While winning at a track he got his start on would be nice, the 22-year-old also has to keep the race in perspective.
"We're definitely in a different position," said Buescher, who has won a series high four races this year. "We have to stay on the offensive. If we have to try and protect we'll give up too many points. If we're going into races thinking about running in the top 10, other teams can catch up with us. We have to stay on the offensive but we know...
BEST OF MAXIM
James Buescher has won on four different courses at Texas Motor Speedway. Now he's looking for a victory on the main track.
With three races left in the NASCAR Truck Series season, Buescher heads to the 1 1/2-mile high-banked Texas track on Friday night as the points leader.
''I couldn't think of a better time to get a win at this track,'' Buescher said...
FORT WORTH, Texas NASCAR Camping World Truck Series point leader James Buescher wanted to drive smart in Friday night's Winstar World Casino 350.
What he couldn't control was what happened around him.
The Plano native, who led 31 laps, finished 11th in the race won by Johnny Sauter as he wasn't able to overcome contact that damaged his No. 31 Great Clips Chevrolet...
James Buescher and the Turner Motorsports team return to their home state of Texas for this weekend’s events at Texas Motor Speedway. Buescher, who cut his teeth in racing at the famed Texas Motor Speedway, will be looking for his first victory at his home track in a premier NASCAR division. Buescher heads into Texas Motor Speedway as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS...
Texas Toasts Its Native Son … And Next Truck Champion?
James Buescher heads home to Texas Motor Speedway with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points lead and a championship in his grasp.
And it all happened so quickly for the Plano, Texas native. In only one 200-lap race, Buescher transformed a one-point deficit to rookie Ty Dillon into a 21-point advantage. Now only three...
Johnny Sauter regained the lead with 11 laps to go Friday night and went on to his second NASCAR Truck Series victory this season, both coming at Texas.
Sauter made the winning pass in his Toyota around Parker Kligerman, who took only two tires his last stop and couldn't hold on to the lead.
Season points leader James Buescher, who started second, finished 11th - the last truck...