Kyle Busch wins three race awards in the Sprint Cup Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Casey Mears is ready to put his last two Michigan International Speedway races behind him. He experienced an overheating problem last August to finish 42nd and crash damage this June cost him 11 laps. He crossed under the checkers 32nd in the FireKeepers Casino 400.
Cole Whitt has made eight previous starts on the two-mile tracks and he has finished better than he started every time. This spring, he started 36th at both Auto Club Speedway and Michigan International Speedway before finishing 26th and 27th respectively.
Thirty-something defines Jeffrey Earnhardt’s two-mile track record. In two previous starts at Auto Club Speedway and Michigan International Speedway, he qualified 39th and 38th respectively before finishing 34th and 37th. And of course, he did this in the No. 32 GO FAS Racing ride.
Kyle Larson finished second in the 2014 Auto Club 400, which was his first NASCAR Cup attempt on a two-mile track. He was eighth in his first Michigan International Speedway race that June. Fast forward to this June’s FireKeepers Casino 400 and he has bracketed his two-mile record with top-fives after finishing third.
Aric Almirola has finished all the laps in four of the past five two-mile track races. His best result in those events was a 14th last August in the Pure Michigan 400 when he advanced all the way from 30th.
Michael Annett has finished better than he started in the past four races on two-mile tracks. His best effort in that span of events was a 28th earned this June at Michigan International Speedway.
Reed Sorenson failed to qualify for two races on two-mile tracks in 2015 making attempts for Robby Benton and Jay Robinson. This June, he started last in the FireKeepers Casino 400 and advanced nine positions to finish 31st.
Cole Rouse (No. 6 Sunrise Ford/Eibach Springs/Lucas Oil Ford) heads into Roseburg, Oregon seventh in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West standings with three top fives and eight top 10s.
Gracin Raz (No. 27 Montana Tech Ford) heads into Roseburg, Oregon ranked fourth in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West standings with six top fives and seven top 10s.
Timmy Solomito (No. 16 Diversified Metals/R.B. Enterprises Ford) sits fourth in the current NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour standings with three wins and four top fives in 11 races.
Cole Custer’s sixth-place run at Bristol last week was his third straight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) top-10 finish, matching his total for the first 10 races of the season.