Saturday, October 31, 2015

Matt Crafton Rebounds From Talladega to Win In Martinsville

Matt Crafton Rebounded from Talladega to win Saturday Afternoon's Kroger 200! John Hunter Nemachek, Cameron Hayley, Cole Custer, and Tyler Reddick rounded out the Top 5! The #75 of Caleb Holman finished 8th and recorded his best career Finish! Next weekend we will be taking a break from having a Truck Series spotlight and let the Xfinity Series take the spotlight with Xfinity Series driver Jeremy Clements to become the final Xfinity Series Driver Spotlight during the season.



Results

1     88     Matt Crafton
2      8      John Hunter Nemachek
3     13     Cameron Hayley
4     00     Cole Custer
5     19     Tyler Reddick
6     17     Timothy Peters
7     33     Brandon Jones
8     75     Caleb Holman
9     98     Johnny Sauter
10    4      Erik Jones
11   05     John Wes Townley
Battle Scars on the #75 after a 8th place finish!
12   14     Daniel Hemric
13   02     Tyler Young
14   11     Ben Kennedy
15   50     Travis Kvapil
16   51     Daniel Suarez
17   18     Ross Kenseth
18   15     Mason Mingus
19   82     Austin Hill
20   07     Ray Black Jr.
21   54     Grey Gaulding
22   63     Bobby Pierce
23   92     David Gilliland
24    1      Camden Murphy
25   29     Austin Cindric
26   94     Timmy Hill
27   08     Brandon Hightower
28    5      Dalton Sargent
29   23     Spencer Galagher
30   74     Paige Decker
31   10     Jennifer Jo Cobb
32   32     J.J Haley

Next Weekend!

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads to the Texas Motor Speedway! Championships can be lost here at the cost of a cup regular just ask Ron Hornaday Jr. Drivers will need to tame the bull to take home the cowboy boots in the longest race of the rest of the season for the Truck Series. Kyle Busch is the defending race winner here.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Practice Report

Goody's Headache Shots 500 at Martinsville Practice Report


Joey Logano Strong Right Outta The Hauler Again!

1 22 Joey Logano  
2 24 Jeff Gordon 
3 2 Brad Keselowski 
4 4 Kevin Harvick  
5 13 Casey Mears  
6 5 Kasey Kahne  
7 1 Jamie McMurray  
8 18 Kyle Busch  
9 15 Clint Bowyer 
10 20 Matt Kenseth 
11 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  
12 11 Denny Hamlin 
13 78 Martin Truex Jr.  
14 43 Aric Almirola  
15 55 David Ragan  
16 42 Kyle Larson  
17 19 Carl Edwards 
18 31 Ryan Newman  
19 16 Greg Biffle  
20 47 AJ Allmendinger 
21 27 Paul Menard  
22 41 Kurt Busch  
23 14 Tony Stewart  
24 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr.  
25 48 Jimmie Johnson  
26 51 Justin Allgaier  
27 9 Sam Hornish Jr.  
28 40 Landon Cassill 
29 3 Austin Dillon  
30 10 Danica Patrick  
31 7 Alex Bowman  
32 6 Trevor Bayne 
33 46 Michael Annett 
34 98 Ryan Preece  
35 35 Cole Whitt  
36 38 David Gilliland  
37 34 Brett Moffitt  
38 23 Jeb Burton  
39 83 Matt DiBenedetto  
40 26 JJ Yeley 
41 33 Alex Kennedy  
42 32 Kyle Fowler 
43 62 Timmy Hill

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Shows Speed In 2nd Practice

1 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 
2 78 Martin Truex Jr. 
3 31 Ryan Newman 
4 22 Joey Logano  
5 11 Denny Hamlin 
6 18 Kyle Busch  
7 20 Matt Kenseth  
8 14 Tony Stewart  
9 48 Jimmie Johnson  
10 16 Greg Biffle  
11 1 Jamie McMurray 
12 47 AJ Allmendinger  
13 4 Kevin Harvick  
14 43 Aric Almirola  
15 41 Kurt Busch  
16 24 Jeff Gordon  
17 27 Paul Menard  
18 2 Brad Keselowski  
19 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.  
20 19 Carl Edwards  
21 10 Danica Patrick  
22 15 Clint Bowyer 
23 51 Justin Allgaier  
24 9 Sam Hornish Jr.  
25 13 Casey Mears  
26 6 Trevor Bayne  
27 3 Austin Dillon 
28 5 Kasey Kahne 
29 40 Landon Cassill 
30 55 David Ragan  
31 38 David Gilliland 
32 98 Ryan Preece  
33 42 Kyle Larson 
34 7 Alex Bowman  
35 35 Cole Whitt  
36 46 Michael Annett  
37 34 Brett Moffitt  
38 23 Jeb Burton  
39 83 Matt DiBenedetto 
40 32 Kyle Fowler 
41 26 JJ Yeley 
42 62 Timmy Hill 
43 33 Alex Kennedy

Jimmie Johnson Shows Clock Fever in Final Practice

1 48 Jimmie Johnson  
2 4 Kevin Harvick  
3 2 Brad Keselowski  
4 27 Paul Menard  
5 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 
6 13 Casey Mears  
7 22 Joey Logano 
8 78 Martin Truex Jr.
9 11 Denny Hamlin  
10 1 Jamie McMurray  
11 15 Clint Bowyer 
12 24 Jeff Gordon 
13 31 Ryan Newman  
14 47 AJ Allmendinger 
15 20 Matt Kenseth  
16 14 Tony Stewart
17 16 Greg Biffle  
18 55 David Ragan 
19 41 Kurt Busch  
20 3 Austin Dillon  
21 19 Carl Edwards  
22 10 Danica Patrick 
23 5 Kasey Kahne  
24 42 Kyle Larson  
25 9 Sam Hornish Jr.  
26 18 Kyle Busch  
27 43 Aric Almirola  
28 51 Justin Allgaier  
29 40 Landon Cassill 
30 6 Trevor Bayne 
31 46 Michael Annett  
32 35 Cole Whitt  
33 38 David Gilliland  
34 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 
35 98 Ryan Preece  
36 23 Jeb Burton  
37 34 Brett Moffitt  
38 7 Alex Bowman  
39 83 Matt DiBenedetto 
40 26 JJ Yeley 
41 33 Alex Kennedy  
42 32 Kyle Fowler

Mason Mingus :Digging For A Better Finish - NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Spotlight

Mason Mingus drives for Billy Boat Motorsports in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The Brentwood, TN Native has been racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for 3 years now with a best finish of 3rd coming last Saturday Afternoon in Talladega, AL in the Fred's 250 presented by Coca-Cola. 2015 has had it's fair share of ups and downs for Mason just a little more of the downs than ups. Mason missed the season opener at Daytona but since has not DNQ'ed for a race since. Mason has had a couple of crashes in 2015 but that doesn't even begin to dim on the pure talent Mason has. In the races Mason has completed he has not finished outside of the Top 25. With a worst finish of 29th twice and missing the season opener at Daytona Mason is still 14th in Camping World Truck Series points which is very impressive for an underfunded team. With a loyal sponsor in Call 811 Before You Dig
Mason continues to dig for better finishes and with time this team could step up to the lines of Thor Sport and Red Horse Racing in the Toyota Racing Development Family if not competing for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship. Mason is a very friendly person as to is The Legendary Billy Boat. I had the opportunity to meet both in Bristol and I personally wish them the best in the Future! (Koelle, 2015)