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Erik Jones gives Kyle Busch Motorsports NASCAR Trucks win at Iowa

Erik Jones' Truck (photo by Mike Kalasnik via wikipedia commons)


Erik Jones, who just turned 18 on May 30, dominated the NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series race at Newton, Iowa, Friday night.

The Burton, Michigan native led 131 of the 200 laps at Iowa Speedway en route to helping Kyle Busch Motorsports win its seventh race in nine events in 2014.

Rounding out the top five in order, Ryan Blaney, Matt Crafton, Joey Coulter and German Quiroga.

Crafton, with Johnny Sauter finishing 18th in the race, took control of the series’ points lead.

The win was the second of Jones’ young career.

Daytona Trucks race goes to King in three overtimes


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Truck racing at Daytona International Speedway usually has many wild wrecks and Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck race, the NextEra Energy Resources 250 was no exeption to the rule.

Rookie John King was the winner in Victory Lane after the race ended, but not without some drama.

King’s truck ran into leader Johnny Sauter in the second of three attempts at a green-white-checkered finish and later was held on to win the wild Truck Series opener.

The win was King’s first NASCAR victory in eight tries and just the third in his career in any race. He previously won a late-model race on a dirt track and a late-model stock car race, both in his native Virginia.

The 23-year-old drives the #7 Red Horse Racing truck.

Timothy Peters finished second, giving the Red Horse Racing team a 1-2 finish in the first race of 2012.

Justin Lofton was third, followed by Travis Kvapil, Jason White and Todd Bodine.

The race took 2 hours, 17 minutes, 13 seconds, with an average speed of 119.169 mph, with 9 caution flags for 37 laps, there were 11 lead changes involving 8 drivers.


Info compiled from NASCAR, Radio & TV news

Dillon wins 2011 NASCAR Trucks title


Austin Dillon (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images via

Eventhough Austin Dillon is 21 years old, he still has time to drive on the NASCAR Trucks circuit and go to college at High Point University in North Carolina.

On Friday, the grandson of NASCAR team owner Richard Childress, won the Camping World Truck Series championship by finishing 10th in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Johnny Sauter won the race, which had to be called with 15 laps to go due to rain.

Dillon, who played in the 2002 Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in his career has 4 wins in the Trucks series with 32 top ten finishes and 12 poles.




Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Hornaday wins despite finishing second; Sauter loses on penalty

Ron Hornaday Jr. (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images for

Ron Hornaday Jr. earned his 48th career NASCAR Trucks Series win in a caution-dominated race at Texas Motor Speedway despite crossing the finish line in second place.

There were a track-record 10 cautions for 46 laps.

Johnny Sauter took the lead off the final restart with two laps left, but the series points leader was given the black flag by NASCAR officials after he dropped from the outside lane to the inside in front of Hornaday’s Chevrolet before crossing the finish line. Sauter officially finished 22nd.

Rookie Parker Kligerman driving a Dodge finished second and David Mayhew ended up third.


Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Sauter wins NASCAR Trucks race in Virginia


Johnny Sauter (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images for

Johnny Sauter passed Kyle Busch with one lap to go to win the NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series race at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia.

Busch was in control of the race until a caution occured with nine laps to go to set up a final restart but Sauter chased him down before the white flag was waved.

Sauter then pulled away for his first win of the 2011 season and third in 65 career series starts.

The win vaulted Sauter into the Truck Series points lead. He is the first non-Sprint Cup circuit driver to win a truck race this year.

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