Saturday, June 11, 2016

Byron Shows Truck Series Veterans How It's Done in Texas!

William Byron was able to pass truck series veterans Matt Crafton and Johnny Sauter in route to his second victory of the 2016 Season. Byron led only 6 laps over Matt Crafton's 133 laps lead. Johnny Sauter also led 9 Laps. Ben Kennedy, Tyler Reddick, Timothy Peters, John Hunter Nemechek, German Quiroga Jr, Rico Abreu, and Daniel Hemric rounded out the Top 10. Austin Wayne Self who finished 13th gained his best career finish tonight in Texas.

Results

1 9 William Byron
2 88 Matt Crafton
3 21 Johnny Sauter
4 33 Ben Kennedy
5 29 Tyler Reddick
6 17 Timothy Peters
7 8 John Hunter Nemechek
8 11 German Quiroga Jr.
9 98 Rico Abreu
10 19 Daniel Hemric
11 41 Ben Rhodes
12 51 Cody Coughlin
13 22 Austin Wayne Self
14 00 Cole Custer
15 20 Austin Hill
16 75 Caleb Holman
17 05 John Wes Townley
18 13 Cameron Hayley
19 81 Jesse Little
20 92 Parker Kligerman
21 02 Tyler Young
22 66 Jordan Anderson
23 49 Wayne Edwards
24 50 Travis Kvapil
25 44 Tommy Joe Martins
26 07 Ryan Lynch
27 23 Spencer Gallagher
28 63 Mike Bliss
29 86 Timothy Viens
30 1 Ryan Ellis
31 71 Carlos Contreras
32 4 Christopher Bell

Next Race

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads to Iowa for the Speediatrics 200 where we could see some Cup Regulars spend Fathers Day driving trucks, I could see a great race at Iowa as a part of the Double Hitter Weekend with the Xfinity Series. The NASCAR News Source could be at the Iowa Speedway next weekend but some things are getting in the way and we are trying our hardest to resolve these issues! We hope to give you the fans inside access from the Iowa Speedway!  

Logano Continues Six Year Streak With Pole at Michigan!

With his first pole of 2016, Joey Logano kept his streak of poles going. Joey Logano has won at least one pole since 2010 where he won his first career pole at Bristol. Logano turned a lap 36.080 around Michigan with a speed of 199 mph. Martin Truex Jr. will start second. Tony Stewart who will be retiring at the end of 2016 qualified a season best of 3rd. Denny Hamlin, Ryan Blaney, Ryan Newman, Kyle Larson, Austin Dillon, Kyle Busch, Chase Elliott, Carl Edwards, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rounded out the Top 12. Notables outside the Top 12 include Dale Earnhardt Jr. who qualified 27th and Kevin Harvick who qualified 29th.

Starting Lineup

1 22 Joey Logano
2 78 Martin Truex Jr.
3 14 Tony Stewart
4 11 Denny Hamlin
5 21 Ryan Blaney
6 31 Ryan Newman
7 42 Kyle Larson
8 3 Austin Dillon
9 18 Kyle Busch
10 24 Chase Elliott
11 19 Carl Edwards
12 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
13 6 Trevor Bayne
14 1 Jamie McMurray
15 2 Brad Keselowski
16 48 Jimmie Johnson
17 41 Kurt Busch
18 16 Greg Biffle
19 20 Matt Kenseth
20 47 AJ Allmendinger
21 95 Ty Dillon
22 34 Chris Buescher
23 5 Kasey Kahne
24 13 Casey Mears
25 10 Danica Patrick
26 44 Brian Scott
27 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
28 38 Landon Cassill
29 4 Kevin Harvick
30 43 Aric Almirola
31 83 Matt DiBenedetto
32 27 Paul Menard
33 7 Regan Smith
34 15 Clint Bowyer
35 23 David Ragan
36 55 Cole Whitt
37 30 Josh Wise
38 32 Jeffrey Earnhardt
39 46 Michael Annett
40 98 Reed Sorenson