Red Horse Racing-11-NCWTS

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In his Nationwide Series career, Elliott Sadler has competed at Kentucky Speedway six times and earned one pole award, three top-five and five top-10 finishes with 118 laps led.

He also raced in one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at the 1.5-mile track in 2011, where he started fourth and finished sixth. After 26 races in the 2014 season, Sadler is currently in fourth place in the Nationwide Series driver championship point standings, 51 points back from the lead.-Drivers Choice Marketing
Sep 17 - 7:29 PM

JR Motorsports champion late model driver Josh Berry, who made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut last month, will get his second opportunity behind the wheel of the No. 5 Ragu Chevrolet Camaro at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 15.

Last weekend, Berry won his second track championship and first at Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway. His 2014 campaign included nine wins, eight at Hickory and a mammoth 34-point margin of victory in the title race despite skipping one weekend to compete in the Nationwide Series on Aug. 2. In that race, Berry started 10th and finished 12th in the No. 5 Chevrolet with Ernie Cope as his crew chief.-JR Motorsports
Sep 17 - 7:25 PM

Mike Harmon Racing is pleased to announce that we have signed Tim Viens from Daytona Beach, Florida for a two-race deal in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Viens will make his truck debut in the #74 on November 7th at Phoenix International Raceway, and on November 14th at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Viens has had 9 starts this year in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. Sponsorship for the #74 will come from Viens own company, racedaysponsor.com-jayski.com
Sep 17 - 4:04 PM

Justin Boston will make his first career NASCAR Nationwide Series start in Saturday night's VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 at Kentucky Speedway.

Boston will make two starts in the #20 Zloop Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing; he is also slated to start the following week at Dover International Speedway. The twenty-five year old native from Baltimore, Maryland is currently in his sophomore season piloting the #25 Toyota Camry for Venturini Motorsports in the ARCA Racing Series. Boston was awarded Rookie of the Year honors in 2013 and has collected two wins so far this season at Toledo Speedway and Madison International Speedway respectively. Boston now has his sights set on the NASCAR Nationwide Series behind the wheel of the #20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry. Boston has one ARCA start at Kentucky with Venturini Motorsports, collecting a top-ten finish (8th) in just his first outing at the circuit.(JGR)-jayski.com
Sep 17 - 3:56 PM

Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announced today that it has entered partnership with world-leading tool and security provider STANLEY and professional power tool provider DEWALT beginning in the 2015 season.

STANLEY will partner with JGR as the primary sponsor for 12 races on the No. 19 Toyota driven by Carl Edwards beginning in 2015, while DEWALT will serve as the primary sponsor for six races on the No. 20 Toyota driven by Matt Kenseth. In addition, STANLEY will have associate branding on the No. 18 Toyota throughout the 2015 season, as well as on both the No. 19 and No. 20 Toyotas when not already serving as the primary sponsor.-Joe Gibbs Racing
Sep 17 - 3:52 PM

Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announced today that it has entered partnership with world-leading tool and security provider STANLEY and professional power tool provider DEWALT beginning in the 2015 season.

STANLEY will partner with JGR as the primary sponsor for 12 races on the No. 19 Toyota driven by Carl Edwards beginning in 2015, while DEWALT will serve as the primary sponsor for six races on the No. 20 Toyota driven by Matt Kenseth. In addition, STANLEY will have associate branding on the No. 18 Toyota throughout the 2015 season, as well as on both the No. 19 and No. 20 Toyotas when not already serving as the primary sponsor.-Joe Gibbs Racing
Sep 17 - 3:51 PM

The No. 20 team that competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (with Sprint Cup regular Austin Dillon) has been penalized for a rules infraction that occurred during post-race inspection Sept. 13 at Chicagoland Speedway.

The infraction is a P2 level penalty ("Truck failed to meet post-race body height/ground clearance requirements.."). Since crew chief Chris Rice was currently under probation through the end of the year from a P3 level penalty that occurred during a Nationwide Series event at Bristol on March 15, the applicable Recurrence Multiplier as outlined in the rule book can be used when assessing the severity of this penalty. Rice has been fined $7,500 and suspended from NASCAR through Sept. 24. His NASCAR probation remains intact through Dec. 31. Bob Newberry, owner of the No. 20 truck, has been penalized with the loss of 10 series championship owner points.-NASCAR.com
Sep 17 - 3:37 PM

David Stremme qualified the No. 30 Swan Racing entry last summer in the Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire. He finished 20th. He will make his first 2014 start on this track in the No. 33 Joe Falk ride in the Sylvania 300.

Stremme will bring a positive attitude to the team in light of his strong run last year and this team gets support from Richard Childress Racing so they are stronger than many lightly-funded entries, but there are better dark horses in the gate for fantasy owners.
Sep 17 - 2:36 PM

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.

The No. 93 BK Racing entry is often used to fill the field, but this pairing at New Hampshire has been fairly productive in the past with three of four previous results ending between 28th and 31st. If they fit the final niche on a roster, they could be one of this week’s best bargain basement values in salary cap games.
Sep 17 - 2:35 PM

Martin Truex Jr. had one of his best finishes this year on the short, flat track of Richmond in the Toyota Owners 400; he finished 10th, which he followed up with a 12th at New Hampshire in another effort on this track type.

For most of 2013 Truex was solid on this track type as well, with six consecutive results of 17th or better. He should be considered a strong dark horse contender to finish in the top 12 for the Sylvania 300, but a 25th-place in Richmond’s second race makes him less than a certainty.
Sep 17 - 2:34 PM

Clint Bowyer had a bad time at Chicagoland in the MyAFibStory.com 400 and also finished in the high 30s at Atlanta, but there is a reason to believe he could rebound this week at New Hampshire—and that can be found in his recent short, flat track record.

Bowyer finished sixth this summer in the Camping World RV Sales 301 and was third two weeks ago in the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond. The No. 15 team apparently has a good baseline setup for flat tracks of one-mile in length or less because Bowyer was also ninth in the Martinsville spring race.
Sep 17 - 2:33 PM

Brad Keselowski is the top-ranked driver for the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. His victory this summer in the Camping World RV Sales 301 and back-to-back wins at Richmond and Chicagoland will make him difficult to beat.

Keselowski’s performance on the short, flat tracks of Richmond and New Hampshire could easily be classified as dominant—and even if he fails to win, it is highly unlikely that he will not challenge for at least a top-five.
Sep 17 - 2:32 PM

In six previous Nationwide Series (NNS) starts at the 1.5-mile oval Kentucky Speedway, Trevor Bayne has recorded six consecutive top-15 finishes and has an average finish of 12.7.

In 39 career starts on 1.5-mile tracks in the NNS, Bayne has recorded one win, 10 top-five finishes, 18 top-10 finishes and has an average finish of 11.1. Crew chief Chad Norris brings chassis RK-862 to Kentucky Speedway this weekend. This chassis previously raced earlier this season at Kentucky, earning a 15th-place finish.-Roush Fenway Racing
Sep 17 - 8:57 AM

Ron Hornaday Jr. will return to Camping World Truck Series action thanks to a collaborative effort between a determined sponsor and two team owners.

Rheem has announced they will sponsor Hornaday for the upcoming events on September 27 at Las Vegas as well as October 31 at Texas Motor Speedway. Hornaday, a four-time Truck Series champion, will drive for NTS Motorsports (No. 9 Chevrolet Silverado), which will receive technical support from Richard Childress Racing. Rheem had been sponsoring Hornaday in the No. 30 of Turner Scott Motorsports this season, but a dispute broke out between co-owners Harry Scott Jr. and Steve Turner before the race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park on Labor Day weekend. Hornaday’s team, which was already in route, was told to turn around and return to the shop before subsequently being shut down.
Sep 17 - 8:52 AM

Corey LaJoie, son of two-time Nationwide champion Randy LaJoie, will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the Randy Humphrey Motorsports No. 77 Ford Fusion.

LaJoie is a development driver for Richard Petty Motorsports but the team has not found sponsorship to run him. LaJoie has run one Nationwide race this season, placing 21st at Kentucky, and twice in the Camping World Truck Series, finishing 15th at Kentucky and 21st at Bristol. LaJoie is unsure of his plans beyond this week. If things go well, he could be in line for rides with Randy Humphrey Racing at Kansas, Charlotte and Texas. He’s also looking for possible Nationwide rides at Kansas and Charlotte.
Sep 17 - 8:33 AM


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