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Welcome to the April 10, 2013 edition of Start ‘N’ Park Blog’s Stock Watch. Each week we’ll take a look at who’s rising, falling, and treading water in the world of NASCAR. This stretches all division and all aspects of NASCAR, including drivers, owners, crew members, media and fans. Finding their way onto this week’s watch includes Jimmie Johnson, Martin Truex, Jr., Jeb Burton, Johnny Sauter, and Ron Hornaday, Jr. Is your favorite NASCAR personality rising, falling, or treading water? Find out below.
Jimmie Johnson (Sprint Cup Series) – Johnson continued his dominance at Martinsville by leading 346 of the 500 laps for his second win of 2013 and eighth win of his career at the track. As an added bonus Johnson also re-took the lead in the points. Many were surprised that right after the conclusion of Homestead Johnson became the odds on favorite for the title. This performance once again underscores that Johnson will be a factor again for the title and for wins every week.
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If Johnny Sauter goes on to win the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series' championship, he might look back on Saturday's Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway as a critical turning point.
Sauter became the second driver in the 19-year history of the Truck Series to win the first two events of the season, tying the veteran Mark Martin, who accomplished the feat in 2006...
ThorSport Racing driver Johnny Sauter is on the cusp of creating NASCAR history Sunday at Rockingham Speedway. So setting aside the passion that Sauter brings to every second he's practicing his craft, as he prepares to attempt to win his third consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race to begin this season -- he's just Johnny being Johnny.
And that's a driver...
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCTWS) Veteran, Ron Hornaday, Jr. jumps back into the familiar green No. 9 Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet for theNorth Carolina Education Lottery 200 at The Rock Presented by Cheerwine.Hornaday will hear a familiar voice on the radio this year, as 2011 crew chief Bruce Cook will call the shots from atop the No. 9 pit box.
KERNERSVILLE, NC - All three NTS Motorsports teams fought good battles during the Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Martinsville Speedway.
NTS finishes 10th (Ron Hornaday, Jr.), 25th (Kevin Harvick), 31st (Brennan Newberry).
After two NCWTS races Hornaday is 4th in driver championship points eighteen points.
The No. 9 is fifth in owner points...
After only running a select few NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races in 2012, Brennan Newberry is returning to one of those tracks with a little more knowledge, experience and confidence. Newberry will pilot the No. 14 NO FEAR Chevrolet Silverado for the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at The Rock, Presented by Cheerwine Sunday, April 14th, looking to best last year’s...
ThorSport’s Sauter, Crafton Eye Records At Rockingham
ThorSport Racing has much to celebrate this weekend in Rockingham, N.C.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ longest, continually operating organization enters the third race of the 2013 season with all three drivers – Johnny Sauter, Matt Crafton and two-time champion Todd Bodine – ranked among the top 10 in the standings...