Travis Kvapil is still seeking his first start of the 2015 season after failing to qualify at Las Vegas and Phoenix.
Travis Kvapil has one of the most consistent last three races to his credit at Las Vegas. He finished 39th in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
The No. 44 that Travis Kvapil was scheduled to drive this weekend at Atlanta has been recovered, according to tweets from the team’s account. The car was jettisoned without any damage, but the thieves apparently kept the trailer, spare engine, and parts.
A trailer with the NASCAR Sprint Cup car Travis Kvapil was to drive this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway was stolen overnight, Team Xtreme owner John Cohen confirmed. He said the team does not have another car and will withdraw from this weekend’s event at Atlanta. Cohen said the team will be at Las Vegas Motor Speedway next weekend.
If Travis Kvapil qualifies the No. 44 Johnathan Cohen Chevrolet this week, it will be his 14th start on the track but he might not be the dark horse of choice. Atlanta ranks as only his 20th-best track with an average finish of 33rd.
Travis Kvapil finishes 15th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway.
NASCAR team owner Jay Robinson will make his Camping World Truck Series debut with former champion Travis Kvapil behind the wheel in two weeks at Daytona International Speedway.
After scoring a top-10 last week on the restrictor-plate, superspeedway at Talladega, Travis Kvapil is back behind the wheel of the No. 33 Joe Falk ride for the Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville.
In only his second start in Joe Falk’s No. 33, Travis Kvapil finished sixth in the Geico 500 after starting seventh.
BK Racing has made two driver changes for the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Ryan Truex has been removed from the No. 83 to be replaced by Travis Kvapil, who was scheduled to drive the No. 93. Clay Rogers will race that car on Sunday.
Travis Kvapil will make his fifth consecutive start at New Hampshire in the BK Racing No. 93. His best result in that span of races was a 28th.
Travis Kvapil will make his eighth start of the season on one of the similarly-configured, 1.5- and two-mile tracks this week. His seven previous attempts came in Frank Stoddard’s No. 32, but this week he will be in Joe Falk’s No. 33.
John Wes Townley will sit out the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway this weekend after an accident at Pocono Raceway on August 1, 2014.
Travis Kvapil is the active driver with the greatest improvement in race trim during the most recent six races. On average he qualifies just shy of the 34th-place position and finishes slightly better than 25th.