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Series: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Race: UNOH 225
Track: Kentucky Speedway
Defending Champion: James Buescher
It has been three weeks since we last saw the Camping World Truck Series in action. Jeb Burton held off Ty Dillon to pick up his first career win at the Texas Motor Speedway.
Now we’re off to the Kentucky Speedway where James Buescher is not only the defending Series champion, not only the defending champion of this race, he’s the defending champion of BOTH Kentucky races in 2012.
Good to note that no driver has picked up their first career win at Kentucky, through 15 races.
One name missing from the entry list is 2010 winner Todd Bodine, he’s been replaced with Brett Moffitt this weekend in the #13 Toyota for ThorSport Racing.
This race also marks the return of Cale Gale, whose last race was a victory in Homestead in November of 2012. He’s been a crew chief for Turner Scott Motorsports developmental drivers. It makes sense with his pairing at TSM for th...
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Reigning UNOH 225 winner James Buescher returned back to Kentucky Speedway, the track where Buescher swept both NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races last season en route to his four wins. After dialing in his Chevrolet Silverado during the two practice sessions Thursday afternoon, Buescher placed the Fraternal Order of Eagles (F.O.E.) Chevrolet in the 13th starting position for...
It hasn’t been the season that Austin Dillon would have hopes for in NASCAR Nationwide Series competition.
After a stellar year in his rookie season in the series in 2012, he had championship hopes for 2013. So far he sits fourth in the standings and 45 points out entering Friday night’s race at Kentucky Speedway.
He has three top fives and eight top 10′s this season but has...
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished third (Matt Crafton), sixth (Austin Dillon) and 17th (Brian Scott).
Dillon is fifth in the Nationwide Series driver championship point standings, trailing leader Regan Smith by 20 markers, while Scott is ninth in the standings, 55 points behind Smith.
The No. 3 Chevrolet team ranks seventh in the Nationwide Series owner...
Series: NASCAR Nationwide Series
Race: Feed The Children 300
Track: Kentucky Speedway
Defending Champion: Austin Dillon
The Nationwide Series goes back to normal after last weekend’s race at Road America. No ringers, no right turns, and no AJ Allmendinger.
Kentucky was the site of three straight first-time race winners. David Gilliland got the party started in 2006...
Austin Dillon won the pole for Friday night’s Feed The Children 300 from Kentucky with a time of 30.724 seconds. Travis Pastrana, Sam Hornish, Jr., Trevor Bayne, and Kyle Busch round out the top five starting positions. The only driver to miss the show was Dexter Stacey. The event will be live on ESPN2 at 7:30 PM EST.