Matt Crafton carries a 51-point edge in the standings over NCWTS Rookie of the Year leader Jeb Burton into the 13th event of the 22-race season.
Austin Dillon’s 2013 Nationwide Series campaign was a model of consistency in which he only finished outside the top 20 twice in 33 races.
After starting 102 races over the course of six years without a win, Regan Smith took a five-year break from competing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series to focus on his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career.
In his fourth full-time season in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Brian Scott was hoping his switch to Richard Childress Racing would bring him more success.
When Kyle Larson crossed the finish line second in the Nationwide Series season finale at Homestead, he added another impressive race finish to an already-remarkable rookie season.
Frank Kimmel, who set career driving records in 2013 with his 80th race win and 10th series driving championship, will move from ThorSport Racing to Win-Tron Racing for the 2014 season, where he will drive the Ansell Menards Toyota #44 for the full 20-race season.
Team BCR Racing and Development Team will return to the track for the annual open Daytona test with two-time 2013 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race winner, Grant Enfinger.
Cunningham Motorsports will bring three Dodge Chargers and four drivers to Daytona International Speedway this weekend (Friday into Sunday) for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards test.
For Cedar Rapids native Landon Cassill, the last few years have brought challenges of every kind while trying to find footing in both the NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series.
After top three championship finishes in 2010-11, Johnny Sauter (No. 98 Toyota Tundra) slumped to ninth a year ago.