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Denny Hamlin posted a lap of 202.794 mph and will lead the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway field to green on Sunday.

Hamlin led all three sessions in time trials as well as morning practice. If he continues to show this kind of speed on Saturday, start him with confidence.
Aug 10 - 6:06 PM

Bristol is the last race before the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs begin.

Currently sixth in Playoff standings, Grant Enfinger's strong run at Michigan this past weekend helped further solidify his shot at his first appearance in the series playoffs in two years of competition.-ThorSport Racing
Aug 15 - 7:46 PM

With Thursday night's UNOH 200 deciding the eight drivers heading into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs, Matt Crafton (No. 88 Ford F-150) currently sits eighth in Playoff standings.

Winning at Bristol would ensure Crafton's playoff run, however he can also earn his place by points after Thursday night's race in Bristol.-ThorSport Racing
Aug 15 - 7:45 PM

Heading into Thursday night's race at Bristol, Ben Rhodes (No. 41 Ford F-150) looks ahead to the upcoming NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs squarely locked in with his win at Kentucky Speedway in July.

Sitting fourth in the Playoff standings, Rhodes is among five different winners this season, with three Playoff spots up for grabs at the UNOH 200.-ThorSport Racing
Aug 15 - 7:43 PM

Michael Annett (No. 5 Pilot Flying J Chevrolet) has four top-10 finishes in 12 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) starts at Bristol Motor Speedway, the last coming in the spring of 2017 (10th).

Pilot Flying J returns to the No. 5 at Bristol this weekend, and has been on his car for all 12 of his Xfinity Series starts on the .533-mile oval. Three of his four top-10 finishes at BMS came in the August event at Bristol, and his average finish in those races is 7.3. Annett has been solidly consistent at Bristol, completing all but 15 of the 3,354 laps he’s attempted there in NXS competition.-JR Motorsports
Aug 15 - 7:41 PM

Tyler Reddick (No. 9 Food City MidAmerica Jet Chevrolet) has made two previous NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) starts at Bristol, recording a best finish of seventh in the spring 2018 event.

In eight career starts on short tracks in the NXS, Reddick has earned one top five and three top 10s with a best finish of third in the June 2017 event at Iowa Speedway. In his two Truck Series starts at Bristol, Reddick has scored one top-10 finish (Aug. 2015) and one pole position (Aug. 2016). Reddick currently ranks third in the NXS Playoff seeding by way of his victory at Daytona International Speedway in the 2018 season-opening event with five races remaining in the regular season.-JR Motorsports
Aug 15 - 7:41 PM

Myatt Snider (No. 13 Ford F-150) is ready to get back to Bristol once again, but Thursday night's UNOH 200 is his first race in a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Truck.

Snider first raced at Bristol in a late model stock, starting on pole in 2017 at the U.S. Short Track Nationals. After leading 80 laps, Snider drove to Victory Lane for his first win at the high-banked, 1/2-mile. Returning in 2018, Snider led 32 laps, starting second and finishing third.-ThorSport Racing
Aug 15 - 7:38 PM

With his victory at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course last weekend, Justin Allgaier (No. 7 BRANDT Professional Agriculture Chevrolet) brings his total to three wins on the season.

He remains the second seed for the Xfinity Series Playoffs with 14 points accumulated. In 15 NXS starts at Bristol, the 32-year-old driver has one win (2010), seven top fives and nine top 10s, with 213 laps led. Earlier this year, Allgaier paced the field for 47 laps on his way to a second-place finish. The Illinois native’s average finish over the last nine NXS races this season is an impressive 4.8. During that span he’s earned two wins (Iowa I, Mid-Ohio), five top fives and nine top 10s.-JR Motorsports
Aug 15 - 7:28 PM

Twenty-year old Natalie Decker (No. 25 N29 Capital Partners Toyota) of Eagle River, Wisconsin, a 2018 Scott Rookie Challenge contender in the ARCA Racing Series, has her sights set on competing in the Allen Crowe 100 on the Illinois State Fair dirt.

She will become the tenth female driver to compete in the Springfield Mile stock car event, held annually on the last day of the Illinois State Fair. She will be looking for her first ever start in a full bodied stock car on dirt. The best finishing position for a female driver in the Allen Crowe 100 goes to Taylor Ferns who was just 17 years old when she posted that ninth place finish in 2013 driving for Venturini Motorsports. Ferns also has the best starting position of any female driver in ARCA at the Illinois State Fair, starting fifth in 2013.
Aug 15 - 7:27 PM

At Bristol Motor Speedway, Elliott Sadler (No. 1 OneMain Financial Chevrolet) has two wins (1998 and 2012) and a personal best of 214 laps led.

Sadler also has nine top fives, 12 top 10s and one pole award (2010) in 23 NXS starts at the short track. In their last four starts at BMS, the No. 1 team has never finished outside the top four. In addition to his Xfinity Series stats, the veteran driver has a Cup Series victory (2001) and pole (2005) at Bristol, along with one Truck Series pole award (2011).-JR Motorsports
Aug 15 - 7:21 PM

On the strength of three consecutive top-10 finishes in the ARCA Racing Series, veteran racer Codie Rohrbaugh and his Grant County Mulch Racing team invade the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) tour this week hoping to earn a starting berth in Thursday night’s UNOH 200 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.

With veteran leadership from crew chief Mark Huff, Rohrbaugh and his family-owned team head to "Thunder Valley" looking for a clean day of activity and build a notebook in preparation for an expanded schedule later this season.-Codie Rohrbaugh
Aug 15 - 4:13 PM

Todd Gilliland (No. 4 Toyota Tundra) has no prior NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) starts at Bristol, but he won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race in April after leading 64 of 150 laps.

He also posted top-10 finishes in his two previous K&N starts there in 2016 and 2017. Bristol marks the final regular-season race of the NCWTS season, which means Gilliland must win this race to make the playoffs in his rookie season.-KBM
Aug 15 - 4:07 PM




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