Sprint Cup regular Brad Keselowski will be making his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series of the 2015 season in Saturday's Hyundai Construction Equipment 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He will pilot the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150.
Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 19 Draw-Title/Reese Towpower Ford F-150 will be making his first Atlanta Motor Speedway NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start Saturday afternoon in the Hyundai Construction Equipment 200.
Carrying the momentum of a career best 12th place finish under the lights Friday night at the Daytona, Georgia native Korbin Forrester looks towards another strong run at the Atlanta Motor Speedway when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competes in the Hyundai Construction Equipment 200.
BK Racing continues to add to its driver roster, announcing Thursday that Matt DiBenedetto has joined the team and will compete part-time in the Sprint Cup Series this season.
Jeff Gordon posted the fastest single lap in the afternoon test session at Atlanta. His top speed was 188.424 mph, which was posted early in his run. Gordon also posted the quickest 10-lap average in that session with a speed of 185.458 mph during his first 10 laps around the track.
Kevin Harvick posted the quickest 10-lap average in the Thursday morning test session at Atlanta. He recorded a speed of 183.342 mph from his ninth through 18th laps.
Jamie McMurray posted the fastest single lap in Thursday morning’s test at Atlanta. His top speed was 191.549 mph, which was more than 1.3 mphs faster than teammate Kyle Larson who was second in that session.
Michael McDowell and the No. 95 team blew an engine at Las Vegas last year in the second attempt of the season, while they still had plans to make all the races. Once they trimmed their schedule, results improved.
Casey Mears earned eight results in the 20s during last year’s 10 races on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks. The only time he failed to finish in that range was during the last two races; he was 31st at Charlotte and 18th at Texas.
After finishing 36th in the Kobalt 400 at Vegas last spring, Cole Whitt improved on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks and had a worst result of 31st. His average on this track type was 27.8.
When David Ragan takes the green flag at Atlanta in the Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500, he will be in the best equipment of his career since leaving Roush-Fenway Racing; in fact, with Joe Gibbs on the rise, it could be the best he has ever run.
Reed Sorenson’s average finish on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks improved by nearly five positions in the second half of the 2014 season. He went from 33.6 in the first five races on this track type to 28.8 at the end.
Kevin Harvick has every right to be confident heading into the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He has three NXS victories at the 1.5-mile oval, including going two-for-two in the series’ most recent trips to Atlanta (August 2013 and 2014).
Chase Elliott’s debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway last year was a historic one. Less than six months ago, Elliott drove his NAPA AUTO PARTS Chevrolet to his first career NASCAR XFINITY Series pole at the 1.54-mile facility, becoming the youngest pole winner in the track’s history.
Viva Motorsports is gearing up for the second race of the NASCAR Xfinity Series Season, the Hisense 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.