This weekend’s US Cellular 250 will mark Eric McClure’s 219th-career NASCAR Nationwide Series start and his sixth at the 7/8-mile tri-oval Iowa Speedway.
Four months ago, in the season-opener at the 2.5-mile superspeedway, Eric McClure captured his career-best finish of 8th, and he looks to have a similar result this weekend.
Eric McClure will compete in his 213th NASCAR Nationwide Series event this weekend and his fourth at the historic 14-turn Road America facility.
Eric McClure will compete in his 212th NASCAR Nationwide Series event this weekend and his sixth at the two-mile Michigan International Speedway.
Eric McClure will be reaching a milestone this weekend in his Nationwide Series career; he will be making his 200th start during the season-opener at Daytona.
NASCAR veteran John Monsam has replaced Wes Ward as crew chief for Eric McClure and the #14 Hefty/Reynolds Racing team effective immediately.
Eric McClure will return to the TriStar organization for the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) season, driving the familiar orange and blue No. 14 Toyota Camry in all 33 scheduled events.
After spending the last six weeks sidelined due to injuries received during a late-race accident at Talladega Superspeedway on May 5, Eric McClure has been medically cleared to return to the seat of his Hefty/Reynolds Wrap Camry.
Eric McClure will return to the TriStar organization for the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series season, driving the #14 Toyota in all 33 scheduled events.
Saturday’s event will mark Eric McClure’s 161st career start and his second at the 15-turn Montreal road course.
The No. 14 Nationwide Series car, driven by Eric McClure, was found to be in violation of Sections 12-1; 12-4-J; and 20A-10.7G (lug nuts were less than the minimum specified thickness) of the 2011 NASCAR rule book.
Eric McClure will be competing in his 157th NASCAR Nationwide Series race this weekend and his 12th at Nashville Superspeedway.
Eric McClure, who was taken to Halifax hospital after an accident in the Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona International Speedway, was released Friday night.
After getting home from attending a friend’s church Wednesday night, Eric McClure, his wife and their three girls rushed to the basement of their house as they heard on the radio that a tornado was headed their way.