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Tracy Hines has the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in Happy Hour practice for the Camping World Truck Series Mudsummer Classic at Eldora Speedway.

The average speed of 87.691 mph in the No. 13 Toyota Tundra was best of the 28 trucks that ran 10 consecutive laps on the track for this session. No. 7 John Wes Townley, No. 51 Scott Bloomquist, No. 24 Brennan Newberry and No. 44 J.R. Heffner are the rest of the top five on this list.
Wed, Jul 24, 2013 02:35:00 PM

Jesse Little (No. 97 Rustic Rub Co./JJL Motorsports Ford F-150) finished seventh in Saturday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Eaton 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL.

He started ninth in the lineup and completed all laps of the 160-lap race. Little entered five of the 10 truck races so far this season and is currently 16th in the 2018 NCWTS driver point standings after this event.
Jun 24 - 2:21 PM

ARCA Racing Series regular Zane Smith, driving the No. 54 Crosley Brands/LaPaz Margarita Mix Toyota Tundra, finished fifth in Saturday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Eaton 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL.

He started 10th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 160-lap race. Smith, who was making his first start of the 10 truck races run so far this season, is currently second in the 2018 ARCA Racing Series championship standings.
Jun 24 - 2:18 PM

Chad Finley (No. 42 Auto Value Certified Service Centers Chevrolet Silverado) finished sixth in Saturday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Eaton 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL.

He started 20th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 160-lap race. Finley, who was making his first start of the 10 truck races run so far this season and will be running a limited Truck Series schedule this season, is currently 42nd in the 2018 NCWTS championship standings after this event.
Jun 24 - 2:10 PM

Riley Herbst (No. 51 Advance Auto Parts Toyota Tundra) finished eighth in Saturday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Eaton 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL.

He started 17th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 160-lap race. Herbst, who was making his first start of the 10 truck races run so far this season, is currently 45th in the 2018 NCWTS championship standings after this event. He will make his second Truck Series start for Kyle Busch Motorsports at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway in September in the No. 46 Tundra.
Jun 24 - 2:07 PM

In the midst of a Saturday night short-track shootout at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway, Ryan Preece made the right move, at the right time.

The Berlin, Connecticut driver passed Justin Bonsignore for the lead on lap 131, and he never looked back en route to his second NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour victory of the season. The triumph was the 22nd of his career, and his first at the 0.396-mile Virginia oval. The 27-year-old has now been to Victory Lane in seven of his last 19 stars in Whelen Modified Tour competition.
Jun 24 - 11:04 AM

There was never any doubt that Will Rodgers was the driver to beat on road courses in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. The 23-year-old NASCAR Next driver capped off a dominate weekend by winning the Carneros 200 at Sonoma Raceway on Saturday.

The win marks his fourth straight K&N Pro Series win on a road course, and Saturday’s West victory comes a week after he won the East race at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Not even a Sonoma field that included five Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers could keep Rodgers from Victory Lane. Rodgers was fastest in practice at Sonoma, won the pole position for the second year in a row, and led a race-high 35 laps.
Jun 24 - 10:35 AM

Justin Haley (No. 24 Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet Silverado) won the Villa Lighting delivers the Eaton 200 presented by CK Power, his first victory in 37 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.

This is his sixth top-10 finish in 2018 and his second top-10 finish in three races at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL. Todd Gilliland (second), the highest finishing Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender, posted his first top-10 finish in two races at Gateway and his fourth top-10 finish in 2018. Johnny Sauter (third) posted his seventh top-10 finish in seven races at Gateway. Sauter leads the point standings by 73 points over Noah Gragson (finished 10th).
Jun 24 - 9:48 AM

Grant Enfinger (No. 98 Champion Power Equipment Ford F-150) won the Keystone Light Pole Award for tonight's Villa Lighting delivers the Eaton 200 with a lap of 138.867 mph.

This is his second pole in 47 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races and his first in two races at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL. It is his seventh top-10 series start in 2018. Christian Eckes (second), who is making his first start at Gateway, posted his second top-10 2018 NCWTS start. Noah Gragson (third) posted his second top-10 start at Gateway and ninth in ten truck races this season. Todd Gilliland (eighth) was the fastest qualifying Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender.
Jun 23 - 7:18 PM

Kyle Larson posted a lap of 94.597 mph and will lead the field to green in Sunday's Toyota/SaveMart 350k.

Larson seemed to make up most of his time in the middle of turn 11 – the final hairpin before the flagstand. That will not be a good passing zone in the race unless he can also brake hard into the corner, so his odds of winning are not significantly improved by the pole. Last year, Larson started on the pole and finished 26th.
Jun 23 - 5:31 PM

Justin Bonsignore (No. 51 Phoenix Communications Inc. Chevrolet) led the lone practice for tonight's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour WhosYourDriver.org 150 at Langley Speedway in Hampton, VA.

The 15.231 second lap was the quickest of the 27 cars out on the track for this session. No. 46 Craig Lutz, No. 15 Chase Dowling, No. 21 Ronnie Williams and No. 6 Ryan Preece are the rest of the top-five on the speed chart. Wade Cole in the No. 33 Chevrolet was the slowest.
Jun 23 - 4:57 PM

Will Rodgers has proven to be the driver to beat in Sonoma (CA). After being fastest in final practice Friday, Rodgers earned the pole by nearly half a second Saturday afternoon for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Carneros 200.

Rodgers posted a time of 1 minute, 19.081 seconds (90.591 mph) en route to the second pole of his K&N Pro Series career. He sat on the pole for this race a season ago and went on to finish second to Kevin Harvick. William Byron, who is a Jefferson-Pitts Racing teammate to Rodgers this weekend, was second fastest. Byron ran a lap of 1:19.548 (90.059).
Jun 23 - 3:09 PM




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