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Former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) winner Cale Gale will return to the driver's seat at Kentucky Speedway on June 27th driving the No. 30 Rheem Chevrolet Silverado for Turner Scott Motorsports.

Gale captured his first NCWTS win last November at the season finale in at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Gale has 32 previous NCWTS starts with a total of one win, three top fives and 10 top 10s. Gale will attempt to make his fourth career start at Kentucky Speedway.-Turner Scott Motorsports
Mon, Jun 24, 2013 08:06:00 PM

Sixteen-year old Christian Eckes will return to Venturini Motorsports (VMS) for nine short track races in the upcoming 2017 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season.

Today’s announcement comes on the heels of Christian Eckes’ dramatic super late model victory earlier in the week at the prestigious 49th annual Snowball Derby. The native of Middletown, NY made four starts with VMS in 2016. Eckes will rejoin VMS driving the No. 15 Toyota Camry starting in Nashville on April 8. Also: Salem Speedway (April 30), Toledo Speedway (May 21), Elko Speedway (June 3), Madison International Speedway (June 23), Iowa Speedway (July 8), Lucas Oil Raceway (July 21), Winchester Speedway (August 6) and Salem Speedway (September 9).-VMS
Dec 9 - 8:55 PM

Two wins, 13 top-five and 14 top-10 results in just 14 races is what it took for Justin Haley to claim the 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) Championship.

On Saturday night, the 17-year-old will accept his title in front of his family, teammates and competitors. Today he announces that he will be taking the next step in his career by joining GMS Racing for the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season. Haley, who has competed in a total of six NCWTS races over the past two seasons with one top-10 finish, will pilot the No. 24 Chevrolet Silverado beginning at Martinsville Speedway. Haley’s rookie season will be directed by second-year crew chief Kevin Bellicourt.-GMS
Dec 9 - 8:46 PM

"BK Racing is in the process of trying to restructure the company," owner Ron Devine told Motorsport.com. "Our finishes of 33rd and 35th in the standings, did not achieve our goals.

We had a one-year agreement with David Ragan (No. 23 Toyota) that has since expired and we have elected not to renew his contract. We wish David all the best in his future in NASCAR." Ragan finished 33rd in the Sprint Cup standings. His best result was 16th at Daytona International Speedway in July. Devine expects to maintain two teams in 2017 with a variety of drivers to be named.-Motorsport.com
Dec 9 - 8:35 PM

With an average finish of 12.03, Kurt Busch had the sixth-best mark among all fulltime contenders in 2016.

Busch accumulated this average by finishing in the top 10 slightly more than half the time. He finished worse than 23rd only three times, which made him a good place-and-hold driver if a fantasy player was able to sign him when he was relatively inexpensive.
Dec 8 - 12:56 PM

Ryan Newman finished worse than 20th only seven times in 36 Cup races last year.

Six of his poor finishes were caused by crash damage, which meant that he was nearly perfect whenever he stayed out of trouble. With only 10 top-10s to his credit Newman was never quite able to find enough raw power to make the Chase, however.
Dec 8 - 12:55 PM

Paul Menard scored top-20s in just over 50 percent of his starts for a total of 19 in 36 races.

Menard had only three top-10s, but he balanced that with another four results that were just barely outside of the top 20 in either 21st or 22nd. He did not always score maximum points, but he rarely cost players many either.
Dec 8 - 12:54 PM

Chris Buescher’s Pennsylvania 400 victory at Pocono Raceway that put him in Chase contention was rapidly followed by a fifth-place finish two weeks later at Bristol Motor Speedway.

There was nothing ‘fluky’ about his top-five. He qualified 12th, remained on the lead lap most of the day, and finished strong. His results improved when Roush-Fenway Racing increased their support to Front Row Motorsports—and in 2017 he will essentially be in a satellite team for that powerhouse organization, which means he will be one of the top dark horses coming out of the gates.
Dec 8 - 12:54 PM

Dakoda Armstrong will return to JGL Racing for the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season with WinField as Primary Sponsor on the No. 28 Toyota for 20 races starting with the season opener at Daytona International Speedway.

He finished 13th in the 2016 NXS final drivers' standings in his first season with the JGL Racing organization. He went on to collect 22 top-20 finishes during the season. Armstrong and his No. 28 WinField Toyota will once again be led by veteran crew chief Steven Lane. The team will continue to utilize Joe Gibbs Racing engines and will be expanding on that relationship as well.-Integrity Sports Marketing
Dec 8 - 10:43 AM

Alex Bowman will race the No. 88 Nationwide Chevrolet SS in the Feb. 18 season-opening, non-points The Clash at Daytona International Speedway, which will feature pole position winners from the previous year.

Bowman won the No. 88 team’s lone 2016 pole at Phoenix in November. "Alex did such a great job in the car this year, and I felt like he deserved another opportunity," Dale Earnhardt Jr. said. "When I spoke with Rick (Hendrick) and the team about him driving The Clash, everyone agreed that he more than earned it, and Nationwide was 100-percent on board. I’m really grateful to him and Jeff (Gordon) for what they did (subbing for Earnhardt) for our team, and I’m glad Alex is getting another run with us."-Hendrick Motorsports
Dec 8 - 10:17 AM

Following a test session Wednesday afternoon at Darlington Raceway, Hendrick Motorsports driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been medically cleared to resume NASCAR competition after making a full recovery from a concussion.

He will return for the beginning of the 2017 season at the Feb. 26 Daytona 500. Earnhardt, 42, was cleared Wednesday evening by Dr. Micky Collins, medical director of the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program in Pittsburgh, in consultation with Charlotte neurosurgeon Dr. Jerry Petty. Petty attended the test at the 1.366-mile South Carolina racetrack.-Hendrick Motorsports
Dec 8 - 10:05 AM

Days after disclosing a multi-year agreement with GREE, the world’s largest manufacturer of specialized Cooling & Heating Products, Gus Dean has announced that will drive full-time for Win-Tron Racing next season in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.

Dean will drive the team’s flagship car, the No. 32 GREE Toyota Camry, for a full 20-race season championship effort beginning with February’s season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway Sat., Feb. 18, 2017. Motorsports veteran Todd Myers will serve as Dean’s crew chief for his first full season of ARCA competition.
Dec 8 - 9:57 AM




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