Thursday, September 22nd
3:30 PM NCWTS HAULERS ENTER
Friday, September 23rd
6:00 AM NCWTS & NSCS REGISTRATION OPENS
6:30 AM NCWTS & NSCS GARAGE OPENS
9:00 AM NCWTS ROOKIE & SPOTTER MEETINGS & DRAWING FOR QUALIFYING ORDER
10:00 AM 11:20 AM NCWTS PRACTICE
1:15 PM 2:30 PM NCWTS FINAL PRACTICE
5:00 PM NCWTS REGISTRATION CLOSES
5:30 PM NCWTSGARAGE CLOSES
Saturday, September 24th
7:00 AM NCWTS GARAGE & REGISTRATION OPENS
10:40 AM NCWTS QUALIFYING (TWO LAPS, ALL POSITIONS)
12:35 PM NCWTS DRIVER / CREW CHIEF MEETING (GARAGE)
2:30 PM NCWTS DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS-SECURITY –CLEAR PIT ROAD
3:00 PM NCWTS RACE (175 LAPS,185.15 MILES)
3:30 PM NCWTS REGISTRATION CLOSES
Note: All times listed in Eastern Time Zone and are tentative, subject to change.
Busch wins at New Hampshire: After starting from the pole, #18-Kyle Busch just checked out, leading all but ten laps, to win the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Only six trucks remained on the lead lap when Busch took the checkered flag. This is Busch's 6th win in 2011; his 30th overall. Busch ranks second on the all-time series wins list. #3-Austin Dillon finished second and as a result is now leading the point standings. Rounding out the top ten were; #2-Kevin Harvick, #33-Ron Hornaday Jr., #13-Johnny Sauter, #88-Matt Crafton, #31-James Buescher, #5-Todd Bodine, #17-Timothy Peters, #7-Miguel Paludo. There were 5 lead changes among 5 drivers with 2 caution flags for 7 laps. Complete race results are posted on the New Hampshire Race Results Page.(Official)(9-26-2011)
Post-Race Fast Facts:
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
16th Annual F.W. Webb 175
Race Winner: Kyle Busch
Team: No. 18 - Toyota/Traxxas Toyota
Owner: Kyle Busch
Crew Chief: Eric Phillips
*Kyle Busch won the 16th Annual F.W. Webb 175, his 30th victory in 99 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races. Busch ranks second on the all-time series wins list.
*This is his sixth victory and 12th top-10 finish in 2011.
*Busch led 165 laps, the most in a 175-lap NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at New Hampshire.
*This is his third victory and sixth top-10 finish in seven races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. This was his third consecutive win at NHMS.
*Austin Dillon (second) posted his second top-10 finish in three races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his 11th top-10 finish in 2011.
*Kevin Harvick (third) posted his fifth top-10 finish in six races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
*Miguel Paludo (10th) was the highest finishing rookie.
(Provided by NASCAR Statistics - Sat, September 24, 2011 @ 05:03 PM Eastern)
Exide Start Positive, Stay Positive Award: Matt Crafton, #88
Featherlite Most Improved Driver: Timothy Peters, #17 8 Places
Keystone Light Pole Award: Kyle Busch, #18 131.715 mph
Mahle Clevite Engine Builder of the Race: Triad, #18
Mobil 1 Driver of the Race: Ron Hornaday Jr, #33
O'Reilly Auto Parts Position Improvement Award: Jason White, #23 17 places
Sunoco Rookie of the Race: Miguel Paludo, #7
Lucky Dog Awards - Who got a lap back on each caution at New Hampshire: (and finish)
Caution 1: #7-Miguel Paludo, 10th
Caution 2:#81-David Starr, 14th
Driver Point Standings following Race #19 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway:
1) #3-Austin Dillon, 661
2) #31-James Buescher, 659 -2
3) #13-Johnny Sauter, 654 -7
4) #17-Timothy Peters, 636 -25
5) #33-Ron Hornaday Jr., 614 -47
6) #88-Matt Crafton, 610 -51
7) #22-Joey Coulter, 603 -58
8) #60-Cole Whitt, 595 -66
9) #29-Parker Kligerman, 593 -68
10) #5-Todd Bodine, 593 -68
Complete driver point standings are posted on the New Hampshire Driver Standings Page.(Official)(9-26-2011)
Busch wins New Hampshire pole: Kyle Busch, driving KBM's #18-Toyota Traxxas Toyota, was the fastest qualifier with a top speed of 131.715 mph to win the Keystone Light Pole for the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. This is his 2nd pole this season; his 12th overall. Rounding out the top ten were; #2-Kevin Harvick, #22-Joey Coulter, #3-Austin Dillon, #33-Ron Hornaday Jr., #8-Nelson Piquet Jr., #6-Justin Lofton, #31-James Buescher, #17-Timothy Peters, #88-Matt Crafton. DNQ-none. Complete starting lineup is posted on the New Hampshire Lineup Page.(9-24-2011)
Post-Qualifying Fast Facts:
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
16th Annual F.W. Webb 175 Keystone Light Pole Winner:Kyle Busch
Team: No. 18 - Toyota/Traxxas Toyota
Owner Kyle Busch
Crew Chief: Eric Phillips
*Kyle Busch won the Keystone Light Pole Award for the 16th Annual F.W. Webb 175 with a lap of 28.917 seconds, 131.715 mph.
*This is his 12th pole in 99 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.v *This is his second pole and 10th top-10 start in 2011.
*This is his second pole in seven races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
*Kevin Harvick (second) posted his seventh top-10 start of 2011 and his sixth in six races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
*Joey Coulter (third) posted his first top-10 start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his 11th in 19 races this season.
(Provided by NASCAR Statistics - Sat, September 24, 2011 @ 11:39 AM Eastern)
Busch leads final practice at New Hampshire: Kyle Busch, driving the #18-Toyota/Traxxas KBM Toyota, was quickest during the final practice session for the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a top speed of 131.392 mph. Rounding out the top ten were; #3-Austin Dillon, #22-Joey Coulter, #17-Timothy Peters, #5-Todd Bodine, #88-Matt Crafton, #31-James Buescher, #8-Nelson Piquet Jr., #33-Ron Hornaday Jr., #60-Cole Whitt. There were 30 trucks on track for the final session. Final practice speeds are posted on the New Hampshire Practice Speeds Page.(9-23-2011)
Harvick leads opening practice at New Hampshire: Kevin Harvick, driving the #2-JEGS Chevrolet for KHI, had the fastest lap with a top speed of 131.392 mph to lead the opening practice session for the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Rounding out the top ten were; #62-Brendan Gaughan, #23-Jason White, #7-Miguel Paludo, #3-Austin Dillon, #18-Kyle Busch, #33-Ron Hornaday Jr., #31-James Buescher, #13-Johnny Sauter, #81-David Starr. There were 33 trucks on track for the opening session. Complete practice speeds are posted on the New Hampshire Practice Speeds Page.(9-23-2011)
Official Entry List: There are 36 trucks listed on the final entry list for the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Added: #74-Mike Harmon, late entry; #75-Eddie MacDonald, late entry; #93-Josh Wise, driver change from Mike Garvey. Complete entry list is posted on the New Hampshire Entry List Page.(9-23-2011)
Preliminary Entry List: There are 34 trucks listed on the Preliminary Entry List for the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Complete entry list is posted on the New Hampshire Entry List Page.(9-19-2011)
#2-Kevin Harvick, returns as driver of the JEGS Chevrolet for KHI
#14-Brennan Newberry, driver of the NTS Inc. Chevrolet, making 1st series start, Dan Deeringhoff as crew chief
#32-Blake Feese, returns as driver, TBA Chevrolet for Turner Motorsports
#51-German Quiroga, driver of the TELCEL Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports, makiing 1st series start, Rick Ren as crew chief
#61-Wes Burton, making 3rd 2011 start; TBA Ford
#70-Jeff Agnew, driver of the TBA Chevrolet, 2nd series start
#73-AJ Russell, driver of the Sacred Power Dodge, making 1st series start(9-19-2011)
#66-JJ Yeley replaces Peyton Sellers as driver for the Turn One Racing Chevrolet; Trip Bruce as crew chief
#87-Chris Jones, late entry, driving the Copy Wizard Chevrolet(9-22-2011)
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series -- Race No. 19 – F.W. Webb 175
New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1.058-mile oval) – Loudon, N.H.
Fast Facts for September 23-25, 2011
Goodyear Wrangler Intermediate Radials
Number of Tires:
Left-side -- 325
Right-side -- 325
4 sets for the weekend
Left-side -- D-4416
Right-side -- D-4432
Left-side -- 87.4 in.
Right-side -- 88.6 in.
Technical Inspection Inflation:
Left Front -- 20 psi; Left Rear -- 20 psi
Right Front -- 30 psi; Right Rear -- 30 psi
Minimum Recommended Inflation:
Left Front -- 12 psi; Left Rear -- 12 psi
Right Front -- 30 psi; Right Rear -- 27 psi
Teams in both NASCAR national touring series will run the same tire codes at New Hampshire this weekend, though the Sprint Cup tires will be branded "Goodyear Eagle," while the Camping World Truck tires will be branded "Goodyear Wrangler" . . . this is the same combination of left- and right-side tires that Sprint Cup and Nationwide teams ran at New Hampshire in July . . . these teams ran this same tire set-up at Phoenix (both series) and Richmond (Sprint Cup) earlier this season . . . Camping World Truck teams also ran this left-side tire code (D-4416) with a different right-side code at Lucas Oil Raceway in July . . . as on most NASCAR ovals one mile or less in length, teams will not run inner liners in their tires at New Hampshire.(Goodyear PR)(9-22-2011)
Truck Series News & Notes - New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Odds Good Hornaday's Milestone 50th Victory Could Come at Loudon
Could Ron Hornaday Jr. capture his milestone 50th victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway?
Short answer: yes.
Hornaday owns the best record of any NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver at the Magic Mile. He won the track's first event in 1996, broke its string of 11 consecutive different winners in 2007 and became NHMS's first back-to-back winner the following year.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is one of 30 different tracks on which the 53-year-old California competitor has won. A New Hampshire victory was part of Hornaday's championship resume in two seasons -- 1996 and 2007. Four series champions -- Hornaday, Johnny Benson, Travis Kvapil and Jack Sprague have won at the track. "You've really got to have the whole package at this race track to come through the field. Track position is critical, so hopefully we will have a fast Chevrolet in qualifying and be able to start up front," said Hornaday of the Loudon track -- one of two tracks where he owns three victories.
Hornaday's one of two drivers with multiple victories in Saturday's F.W. Webb 175. Kyle Busch is the other -- and Busch is going for his third consecutive victory.
There will be a 13th different New Hampshire winner if neither Hornaday nor Busch wins Saturday's race. None of the other 10 previous winners are among currently entered drivers. Kevin Harvick Inc., which will field entries for Hornaday and Kevin Harvick, is the only active owner with more than one victory at NHMS.
Buescher's Off Night Tightens Points Standings Again
James Buescher has become the third driver to lead series championship standings after back-to-back races but his hold on the No. 1 spot is tenuous at best. Buescher had an "off" night at Chicagoland Speedway finishing 11th with an ill-handling truck. The performance snapped a season-best streak of 13 consecutive top-10 finishes and allowed previous leaders Austin Dillon and Johnny Sauter to close within three and six points of the lead respectively.
Dillon scored his second win of the season -- and the first of his career with NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Harvick and Busch in the field. "This is the biggest win of my career, I think," said the 21-year-old Dillon following his fourth career win. He entered the season's 18th race third and bypassed Sauter, who finished sixth. "I ran up there racing with Kyle and Harvick."
Timothy Peters, like Buescher, had a tough night at Chicagoland finishing 17th. He remains fourth in the points standings but 20 off the lead. Hornaday completes the current top five, 47 points behind Buescher.
Fortunes For Several Intertwined In New Hampshire
Call the F.W. Webb 175, "All in the (Racing) Family." NASCAR remains a close-knit group as evidenced by the following:
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Etc.
Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that two-time defending NASCAR Mexico Series Champion German Quiroga will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut in the F.W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Saturday, Sept. 24. Quiroga has signed a one-race deal to pilot KBM's No. 51 Toyota Tundra with sponsorship from Telcel. ... Steve Arpin won his first series Keystone Light Pole Award at Chicagoland Speedway. Arpin, making just his fifth appearance, is the 14th different pole winner of the season and second Turner Motorsports driver to snag the No. 1 starting spot. Teammate Ricky Carmichael sat on the pole in Atlanta. ... Blake Feese returns to Turner's No. 32 Chevrolet at New Hampshire. He finished fourth in the truck Sept. 2 in Atlanta. ... Rookies Nelson Piquet Jr. and Kligerman finished third and fourth in Chicago. The two account for a combined seven top-five finishes in 2011 with each accounting for second-place performances. The Sunoco rookie battle remains tight with Cole Whitt leading Joey Coulter by eight points. ... Jimmy Villeneuve, truck chief of Piquet's No. 8 Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet, will be heading home this week to race in front of family and friends during the F.W. Webb 175. Originally from Auburn, N.H., Villeneuve got his start in racing working on Super Late Models at a local short track, Lee USA Speedway.(NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications)(9-20-2011)
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