Truck Series is still a mess…

NASCAR has three national series of racing:  Trucks, xFinity (Grand National), and of course the Cup Series. Most driver’s path to the Cup series starts on dirt or in late models ect, and then they eventually move up to the Truck Series, if they find success there they go to xFinity, then from there theyContinue reading “Truck Series is still a mess…”

Deegan makes history at Gateway

Rookie star and NASCAR hot prospect Hailee Deegan has had a season that for most drivers is very average, but for someone with the expectations she has for herself it was a slightly underwhelming season but has also been a season of large growth for a young driver with no practice in an average truck. Continue reading “Deegan makes history at Gateway”

Trucks v.s Traction, did PJ1 help?

At 11:30 this morning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series took to Charlotte Motor Speedway to have their practice session ahead of their race later tonight to kick off the Memorial Day weekend of racing. As per usual the last few years NASCAR has been laying down a traction compound called PJ1 on a fewContinue reading “Trucks v.s Traction, did PJ1 help?”

Jen Jo Cobb Talladega bid rejected

Jennifer Jo Cobb has been a veteran driver in NASCARs third series, the truck series for quite some time and has put down many laps on some of the toughest tracks in the series. Cobb has run for Derrick Copes’ team as well as her own team. Her finishes have not been anything incredible butContinue reading “Jen Jo Cobb Talladega bid rejected”