Camping World Truck Series News Archives
August 2009


  • Bourque to pilot #48 Hillenburg entry at Iowa: Pierre Bourque is scheduled to drive the #48 Fast Track Racing Chevrolet owned by Andy Hillenburg, for this weekend’s Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway. This will be his second appearance in the Camping World Truck Series; the first was at ORP in 2007. This past weekend Bourque raced in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race in Montreal, where he qualified 14th and finished 7th.(Pierre Bourque PR)(8-31-2009)
  • Raybestos Rookie News & Notes – Lucas Oil 200: Johnny Sauter was the Raybestos Rookie of the Race in the August 28 225 at Chicagoland Speedway. Sauter claimed his second top-five and sixth top-10. He collected top rookie honors for the second time in the last three races and for the sixth time this season. A Raybestos Rookie has scored top-10 finishes in 13 of the 16 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races this season. Tayler Malsam was the only Raybestos Rookie to lead a lap at Chicagoland, holding the top spot once for one lap. Johnny Sauter leads Tayler Malsam by seven points (166-159) in the overall Raybestos Rookie standings entering the September 5 Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway. Malsam is 13th in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings, best of any Raybestos Rookie.(Raybestos PR)(8-31-2009)
  • MRD Motorsports may miss a couple of races? UPDATE to miss Iowa & Gateway: During the race broadcast on SPEEDtv it was reported that MRD may miss the next couple of races due to lack of sponsorship. Following a 6th place finish at Chicagoland driver Dennis Setzer, currently sits 8th in the driver point standings. However, as of right now, Setzer is not sure if he will be at the track either.(8-28-2009)
    UPDATE: Sources confirmed that the #8-Malcolmson Construction Chevy will not be making the trip to either Iowa or Gateway. There are other races planned later in the year, but those two races are not on the radar. So far Dennis Setzer does not have a ride with another team lined up, and will not be making the trip to Iowa.(8-31-2009)
  • Fast Fact – Ron Hornaday: Short track success – Points leader Ron Hornaday Jr. currently holds the record for most short-track victories in the Truck Series. He has visited victory lane 20 times in his career on tracks less than one mile in length. In 2009, he has recorded two short-track victories at Memphis Motorsports Park and O’Reilly Raceway Park. At Iowa, the #33-Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevy will once again be sponsored by Longhorn/Swedish Match.(Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-31-2009)
  • Fitzpatrick wins Canadian Tire Series race in Montreal: JR Fitzpatrick showed up to win-no question about it. He won the NAPA Autopro 100 in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 action from Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in dominating fashion. It was Fitzpatrick’s first win of the season and the fourth in his series career. He last won on June 15, 2007 at Mosport International Raceway in Bowmanville, Ontario. [Fitzpatrick also ran the Nationwide race in Montreal driving KHI’s Schick Chevy where he finished 27th following a late race incident where he was unable to get the car restarted. Fitzpatrick finished one lap down.](Inside Track News)(8-30-2009)
  • Ickler returns to the #51 at Iowa: The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads next to the Iowa Speedway for the inaugural running of the Lucas Oil 200 Saturday, September 5, 2009. Brian Ickler will take the seat in the Billy Ballew Motorsports #51 Miccosukee Resort Tundra for Kyle Busch at Iowa Speedway.(Billy Ballew Motorsports PR)(8-30-2009)
  • Images added: Added photos/schematics from Chicagoland for the following trucks; #10-James Buescher, Chicago “Back the Bid” Olympic Ford; #14-Rick Crawford, Int’l Truck Engine/Idealease Ford; #24-David Starr, Toyota; #29-Mikey Kile, Greased Lightning Cleaning Chevy; #92-John Jackson, Gosselin Racing Chevy. Check them out on the 2009 Paint Scheme Page.(8-28-2009)
  • Congrats to Todd & Janet: During prerace activities, it was reported that Todd Bodine and fiancee, Janet Paczkowski plan to get married at the end of this year on New Year’s Eve.(8-28-2009)
  • Goodyear Tire Notes – Chicagoland: This being the first race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Chicagoland, Goodyear has brought a speedway tire set-up that teams should be very familiar with . . . this is the same combination of left- and right-side tires that Truck Series teams run at Texas and Homestead in 2008-2009 . . . this left-side code (D-4134) has also been run by teams in this series at Dover, Michigan and Kentucky throughout the last two seasons . . . this is the same tire combination that NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide teams ran at Chicagoland in July . . . as on all NASCAR ovals greater than one mile in length, teams are required to run inner liners in all four tire positions at Chicagoland . . . air pressure in those inner liners should be 12-25 psi greater than that of the outer tire.(Goodyear PR) [Complete specs are posted on the Chicagoland Race Page.](8-28-2009)
  • Extend-A-Haul sponsoring Hackett at Chicago: This weekend at Chicagoland SpeedwayRyan Hackett and the Hackett Racing team they will have a new logo on the quarter panels of the #76 Ford F-Series. Hackett Racing is pleased to announce what they hope will be a long standing partnership with Extend-A-Haul, a company based in Sandestin, Florida. Extend-A-Haul is an aluminum extender truck accessory that allows you to safely and securely carry items such as building materials that are normally too long to carry in the bed of your truck. The product also tilts onto the ground in order to easily load materials or vehicles. Extend-A-Haul sells its product at dealerships all over the United States.(Ryan Hackett Racing PR)(8-28-2009)
  • Graceway Pharmaceuticals back onboard with Ballew at Chicagoland: Billy Ballew Motorsports announced today that Graceway Pharmaceuticals will return as the primary sponsor of the #15 Graceway Pharmaceuticals NASCAR Camping World truck and the primary associate sponsor of the #51 Miccosukee Resort/Graceway Pharmaceuticals Tundra at Chicagoland Speedway this weekend. Almirola will pilot the #15 Billy Ballew Motorsports NASCAR Camping World truck at the 1.5-mile D-shaped tri-oval with Busch in the #51 Tundra for the inaugural running of the 225.(Billy Ballew Motorsports PR)(8-27-2009)
  • Crawford’s #14-Ford to display Idealease logo for Chicago race: Circle Bar Racing is proud to display the Idealease logo on the bed top and rear quarter panels of its #14 truck this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway. Idealease, which has served the truck leasing and rental industry since 1982, offers truck leasing, contract maintenance, and truck rentals. With over 400 locations in the USA, Canada, and Mexico, Idealease is one of North America’s largest full service transportation companies and uses International equipment as part of its fleet operation. In his truck series career, Crawford has been running at the finish of 282 races, the most of any driver in the series and a mark of 90.4 percent.(Circle Bar Racing PR)(8-27-2009)
  • Ince back in NASCAR: Former Roush Racing crew chief James Ince, who “retired” after the 2006 season, is now coming back as the GM/Director of Race Operations for a new truck team. It’s also Ince’s intention to run 18 additional Sprint Cup races [assuming in 2010?]. Ince worked with Mark Martin, Jeff Burton and Johnny Benson at Roush, followed by stints at MBV Motorsports with Benson and eventually PPI Motorsports with Travis Kvapil. Although no driver has been selected, Ince said he’s interested in a veteran.(FoxSports)(8-26-2009)
  • Texas 2010 scheduling conflict resolved; truck race moves to Friday night: The Texas 550k IndyCar Series race will shift its 2010 date up a week to Saturday, June 5, and follow the Indianapolis 500, marking the first time that the series’ two marquee events will be run on consecutive weekends. The Texas 550k was originally scheduled and announced for Saturday, June 12, which was two weeks after the Indy 500 and traditional slot on the IndyCar Series schedule. However, a scheduling conflict for 2010 arose with that race week’s companion race – the WinStar World Casino 400k NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race – and a variety of options were discussed by speedway officials with both sanctioning bodies before opting for this move. The WinStar World Casino 400k will move to the evening of Friday, June 4, and the weekend’s on-track schedule will mirror previous years. The tentative race week schedule will open Thursday, June 3, with WinStar World Casino 400k practice and qualifying and be followed by an evening IndyCar Series practice. Final practice and qualifying for the Texas 550k will take place Friday, June 4, and the day’s action will culminate with the running of the WinStar World Casino 400k that evening. The WinStar World Casino 400k will be televised live on SPEED.(Texas Motor Speedway PR)(8-26-2009)
  • Fast Fact — Johnny Sauter: Johnny Sauter is familiar with victory lane at Chicagoland. Sauter, driver of the #13 Fun Sand/Rodney Atkins-Curb Records Chevy for ThorSport Racing, returns to the site of a NASCAR victory for the 225 at Chicagoland Speedway on Friday. Though this is the first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series visit to Chicagoland, Sauter is familiar with the track, including Victory Lane. He won his first Nationwide (Busch) Series race at Chicagoland in ’02.(ThorSport Racing PR)(8-26-2009)
  • Sherman & Stringer Motorsports team up for Chicagoland: Brent Sherman will be making his second series start for Stringer Motorsports driving the #90-Great Clips Toyota for this weekend’s EnjoyIllinois 225 at Chicagoland Speedway. Sherman has driven in all the NASCAR Series including Sprint Cup and Nationwide. Last season he competed in the Indy Lights Series finishing 11th in points with a best finish of third at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Sherman, a Chicago area native, is hoping for some good results at what he considers his home track.(Brent Sherman PR)(8-26-2009)
  • on board with Starr & Zachry for Chicagoland: The #24-Harris Trucking Toyota team & David Starr welcome on board with Zachry this weekend for the inaugural event at Chicagoland Speedway. “I have enjoyed working with Zachry so much and am thrilled to see them get some more partners on board with our racing operation. We love working with Zachry and know that any partner of theirs is a partner of ours at HT Motorsports. This weekend we hope to give and Zachry a win in this inaugural race in Chicago. I have complete confidence in this team and know that our showing in Chicago is going to be a strong one,” said Starr.(HT Motorsports PR)(8-25-2009)
  • Buescher to sport special “Chicago Connection” paint scheme: James Buescher’s sponsor, Navistar’s International Trucks & MaxxForce Engines, will have a NCWTS event in their backyard for the first time, as the company is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Buescher and his Circle Bar Racing teammate Rick Crawford will be visiting the International Melrose Plant and Navistar World Headquarters to tour and gain behind-the-scenes access to their sponsors’ facilities. As the Truck Series blows into the Windy City, Buescher will be carrying a special Chicago Connection-themed paint scheme on the #10 Ford. During the NCWTS Celebration at Navy Pier’s Gateway Park in Chicago on Wednesday afternoon, the #10-Ford truck will be unveiled by Buescher and Navistar.(James Buescher PR)(8-25-2009)
  • Fast Fact – Jason White: Jason White, driver of the #23 Dodge, led 86 laps at Bristol Motor Speedway to claim the O’Reilly 200’s 10-point leader bonus. White had led only 13 laps in 68 previous starts. His 16th ranking in series points is three positions higher than White’s career best a year ago. [see more prerace news & notes on the Chicagoland Race Page.(8-25-2009)
  • Busch making the trek to Chicago: Kyle “Rowdy” Busch is back behind the wheel of the #51 Miccosukee Resort Billy Ballew Motorsports Tundra coming off a dominant win at Bristol Motor Speedway in the Camping World Truck Series race August 19th. Busch leads the team to Chicagoland Speedway with five previous NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts with one win from the pole, posted in 2008. He has six Nationwide Series starts posting one win, three top-five and three top-10 finishes at the 1.5-mile D-shaped oval racetrack in Joliet, Illinois. Busch will also be driving the #18-Interstate JGR Toyota at this weekend’s Nationwide race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. Busch is planning to attend all practice sessions & qualify the truck at Chicagoland.(Billy Ballew Motorsports PR)(8-25-2009)
  • PC*MILER returns as primary sponsor for Skinner: Though the 225 at Chicagoland Speedway marks the inaugural race at the 1.5-mile track, Mike Skinner has raced in three NASCAR Sprint Cup and one NASCAR Nationwide events at the Joliet, Ill. track. Skinner finished in the runner-up spot in the Nationwide event in 2001. The #5-Randy Moss Motorsports Toyota is a brand new truck and will feature PC*MILER Navigator as primary sponsor. PC*MILER Navigator is changing the way commercial truck drivers work, as it is the first GPS navigation system specifically designed for company drivers, owner operators, and leased operators and the only way to get industry standard PC*Miler directions in the cab. (Randy Moss Motorsports PR)(8-25-2009)
  • Racing Resources — rundown following Bristol:
    *Kyle Busch won the O’Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. It was his 12th series victory in his 63rd start.
    *Busch’s victory ended a five-race winning streak for Ron Hornaday Jr., who finished third. Hornaday did not lead in the race, ending a streak of 12 straight races led. Busch led twice for 82 laps, including the final 77. Jason White led a race-high 86 laps, the most of the evening. White had led only 17 laps prior.
    *Busch tied Lee Petty for 10th place in combined NASCAR wins with 54.
    *Nine of Busch’s wins came with crew chief Richie Wauters. It was Busch’s first race back with Wauters since 2008.
    *Hornaday has a 211-point lead over Matt Crafton in the series standings.
    *Billy Ballew Motorsports scored its 13th series win.
    *Toyota scored its fourth series win at Bristol and seventh of 2009, tying Chevrolet.
    *Matt Crafton (second) scored his seventh top-5 finish in 15 races in 2009. It marked Crafton’s 100th career top-10 finish.
    *J.R. Fitzpatrick (11th) was the best of the six Rookie of the Year contenders in the race.
    *The race was slowed five times, the fewest number of cautions in the 12 races at Bristol.
    *The top 10 consisted of seven Toyotas and three Chevrolets.(
  • Special trip to Sprint Car HoF for Crawford: Mobile, Alabama’s Buddy Bielarski and his nephew Rick Crawford are coming to the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum on Thursday, September 3, for a special reception featuring Buddy’s newly-restored southern supermodified number R1. The car, recently restored by Rick Crawford’s Circle Bar Racing team in North Carolina, is best remembered when it was owned by Fred Moore of Pensacola, Florida, and driven by Bill Roynon of Tampa, Florida, on Walter “Skip” Wetjen’s tough Speedway Inc. circuit in the Gulf Coast region of the Deep South in the 1960’s. Buddy, who also drove the R1 car for Fred Moore, and Rick will both be available to sign autographs at the free and open-to-the-public reception in the museum. According to museum curator Tom Schmeh, “We are very excited to have Buddy Bielarski’s winged supermodified on loan for 12 months in the National Sprint Car Museum, as it continues a tradition we started with Ellis Palasini’s car and continued with J.D. Parker’s machine. We have to thank Tony Martin of Pensacola for helping make this happen, as well as Buddy, Rick and the entire Circle Bar Racing team for pitching in and bringing this project to fruition.(Sprint Car Hall of Fame PR) [For more details, visit the Jayski Appearances Page.](8-24-2009)
  • Carmichael headed to Chicagoland: Ricky Carmichael is set to be the driver of the #4-Monster Energy Chevy for KHI for this week’s 225 at Chicagoland Speedway. Carmichael finds himself on an equal playing field heading into the Truck Series inaugural event. Carmichael turned some laps in a truck at the 1.5-mile oval with Kevin Harvick Inc. teammate Ron Hornaday last season during a test session. “My biggest frustration this season has been the fact that I have never seen most of these places,” Carmichael said. “Going into Chicago this week, I feel like I am on the same page as all the other guys. I have tested a truck there and do have some laps on the track. My team has continued to improve all year, I had a top five going at O’Reilly Raceway Park the last time I was in this truck, so I’m pretty excited to get back behind the wheel and see what we can get out of it.” (Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-24-2009)
  • Andrews teams with MB Motorsports at Chicagoland: Tim Andrews, a St. Louis, Missouri native, will make his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Chicagoland Speedway on Friday, August 28th in the 225 driving the #63-Mittler Bros Machine & Tool Ford. Andrews is a new name to the NCWTS, however, he has experience in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, ARCA RE/MAX Series and NASCAR Camping World East Series.(MB Racing PR)(8-24-2009)
  • Turtle Wax sponsoring Hornaday at Chicagoland: Turtle Wax will be the primary sponsor for the #33-KHI Chevy with current driver point standings leader Ron Hornaday Jr. Ron Hornaday holds the Truck Series record for most career wins with 45 over Jack Sprague’s 28. Of those 45 wins, 10 of them have come in inaugural events. Turtle Wax is the number one selling brand of car care products in the world with sales in 90 countries.(Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-24-2009)
  • Ventrilo returns as Bodine’s sponsor for Chicagoland series debut: Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., is a new stop for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and a great chance for Todd Bodine and Germain Racing to showcase Ventrilo in its home state. Though the Truck Series has never raced at Chicagoland, the #30 Ventrilo Tundra has logged countless laps at the 1.5-mile oval. Before testing was banned on NASCAR-sanctioned tracks, Chicagoland was a very popular test track for Truck Series teams. Bodine races the #30 Ventrilo Tundra Friday night at Chicagoland Speedway. Qualifying is at 4:10 P.M. Eastern on Friday. Tune into to SPEED, or MRN, for race coverage at 9:00 PM Eastern. Todd Bodine enters Chicagoland ranked sixth in the Truck Series championship standings with two wins this season.(Germain Racing PR)(8-24-2009)
  • Winstar World Casino title sponsor for Texas events: WinStar World Casino has decided to “double down” with Texas Motor Speedway. WinStar World Casino has secured the title sponsorship for the fall NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, giving the expansive Oklahoma gaming facility the title rights for both truck series events at the world-class motorsports venue in Fort Worth. WinStar World Casino replaces Chevrolet Silverado as title sponsor for the Nov. 6 Camping World Truck Series race and the evening event will be known as the WinStar World Casino 350k.(Texas Motor Speedway PR)(8-25-2009)
  • Yeley injured in Saturday night race: J.J. Yeley reportedly suffered three broken vertebrae during a crash at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. on Saturday night. Yeley was competing in a race in the Sprint Bandits Series at the half-mile dirt Lakeside track when he was involved in a wreck early in the feature event. Yeley’s car flipped in Turn 1, said Lakeside owner Marc Olson. The flip did not look severe but Yeley complained about neck pain. Yeley was transported to a local hospital late Saturday night. From there, he was transported back to North Carolina. [Yeley has competed in five truck series races this season in the #73-Chevy for Tagsby Racing.](Racin’
  • Camping World’s Partners get on board with series sponsorship: Camping World, the nation’s largest RV and outdoor retailer, today announced that they and key vendor partners are planning to donate some much needed supplies and equipment to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Teams. The items include custom ADCO truck covers that will provide protection from dust and the elements during transportation. The covers will feature the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series logo and have been provided, courtesy of ADCO. In order to ensure constant communication and up to the minute information pit-side, teams will receive Carry-all Satellite dishes, courtesy of Winegard. Lastly, keeping every engine race ready and charged is essential; therefore Battery Tender has provided each team with a battery charger. Chairman and CEO of Camping World, Marcus Lemonis commented, “Camping World is fortunate to have great vendor partners that have stepped up to the plate in supporting our long term commitment to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. ADCO, Winegard and Battery Tender have and will continue to play a key role in our business and now at the track where thousands of our customers are enjoying a great day at the races while using our RV and Camping products.” The Teams will receive their items during the August 28th inaugural running of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race at Chicagoland Speedway.(Camping World PR)(8-24-2009)
  • Raybestos Rookie News & Notes – Chicagoland: J R Fitzpatrick was the Raybestos Rookie of the Race in the August 19 O’Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Fitzpatrick scored an 11th-place finish and grabbed top rookie honors for the second time this season. Tayler Malsam leads Johnny Sauter by one point (156-155) in the overall Raybestos Rookie standings entering the August 28 Chicagoland 225 at Chicagoland Speedway. Malsam is ninth in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings, best of any Raybestos Rookie. He is 14 points behind eighth-place Dennis Setzer and 10 ahead of 10th-place Rick Crawford. [Complete Rookie Standings are posted on the Chicagoland Race Page.](Raybestos PR)(8-24-2009)
  • Braun to pilot #16 3M Ford at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve UPDATE Double-duty weekend: Colin Braun will make his first NASCAR Nationwide Series start of the season this weekend at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Braun will be behind the wheel of the #16 3M Ford Fusion, the same car he drove in five NNS events last year. This will be Braun’s first race at the 2.71-mile road course. The 20-year-old Camping World Truck Series regular practiced the 3M Ford Fusion for Greg Biffle in this race last year.(Roush Fenway Racing PR)(8-24-2009)
    UPDATE: Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. will practice the #16 3M Ford for Colin Braun on Saturday while Colin travels from the Camping World Truck Series race in Chicago to Montreal.(Roush Fenway PR)(8-24-2009)
  • No timetable, but fuel injection on the table: NASCAR officials talked to teams this month about the possibility of using fuel injection instead of carburetors in the future, a sign many in the garage like. Just when the change could happen is uncertain. Robin Pemberton, NASCAR vice president of competition, said there’s no timetable for it. NASCAR is looking at this now, Pemberton said, because with Ford’s new engines, all of the engines will be similar, and that will make it “easier to regulate from a performance standpoint.” Pemberton also said NASCAR is putting together a group to examine the issue, similar to what they did with the new car and new engine pieces. An important aspect of having fuel injection is that it will have to be, as Pemberton says, “tamper-proof.” NASCAR officials have shied away from such technology previously; in part for fear that teams could somehow tap into it for traction control. Pemberton said no decision has been made on where to introduce fuel injection, whether with Cup or in the Camping World Truck or Nationwide series.(Virginia Pilot)(8-23-2009)
  • Sad News – Richard Fuge: Former Truck Series Official Richard Fuge and father of former Xpress Motorsports owner and championship crew chief Dave Fuge, passed away on Wednesday, August 19, 2009. [No further details known at this time].(8-21-2009)
  • TV ratings up for Bristol race: Nielsen Ratings for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on SPEED were higher for the second consecutive race as Wednesday night’s midweek event from Bristol scored a .67 (492,000 households), up 6 percent from last year’s .63 (460,000 households). The race, won by Kyle Busch, peaked at a Nielsen Rating of .79 (582,000 households), up 4 percent from last year’s .76 (550,000 households). During ’09 to date, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is averaging a 0.91 (665,000 households), up 7 percent compared to the ’08 equivalent-date averages of 0.85 (615,000 households). The popular pre-race show, NCWTS Setup with Krista Voda, scored a Nielsen Rating of .55 (407,000 households), up 175 percent from last year’s .20 (142,000 households). The NASCAR Whelen Modified Series race from Bristol scored a .45 (329,000 households).(SPEEDtv PR)(8-21-2009)
  • DGM Racing entering three trucks at Chicagoland: Hearing that DGM Racing with owner Mario Gosselin will be entering three trucks for the August 28th 225 race at Chicagoland Speedway. Drivers scheduled are; Michelle Theriault in the #72, Mario Gosselin in the #12 and Johnny Jackson in a number still being decided. Gosselin will also have a one entry in the ARCA race; Darwin Greene in the #12.(8-20-2009)
  • NCWTS Celebration event at Chicago’s Navy Pier: Camping World, the nation’s largest RV and outdoor retailer, has announced the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Celebration scheduled for Wednesday, August 26th, 2009 at Navy Pier’s Gateway Park in Chicago, Illinois. The open to the public NCWTS Celebration will begin at 11:00am and is the official kick-off of the August 28th Chicagoland race. . The event will be hosted by SPEED pit reporter Ray Dunlap and highlights of this event include autograph signings from NASCAR drivers [scheduled to appear are Todd Bodine, Rick Crawford, Colin Braun, Brian Scott & James Buescher] and the special announcement of a Camping World Sweepstakes Promotion. The festivities will also include an exclusive unveiling of an exciting Chicago Connection themed truck scheme donated by Navistar. Sponsors of the event include Camping World, Chicagoland Speedway, SPEED, and Navistar’s International Trucks & MaxxForce Engines Racing. [More details are posted on the Jayski Appearances Page.](
  • Images added: Added some of the new paint schemes being run at Bristol — #33-Ron Hornaday Jr., Georgia Boot Chevy; #2-Ryan Newman, Pringles Chevy; #15-Aric Almirola, Graceway Pharmaceuticals Toyota; #09-Nate Monteith, Graceway Pharmaceuticals Toyota. Check them out on the 2009 NCWTS Paint Scheme Page.(8-19-2009)
  • Benson visits Bristol race UPDATE still recovering, looking toward 2010: Sources have confirmed that, barring any unforeseen circumstances, current Camping World Truck Series Champion Johnny Benson plans to visit Bristol Motor Speedway when the series takes to the track for the O’Reilly 200 on Wednesday, August 19th. Benson has been at home recuperating from surgery to repair a shoulder separation resulting from a fiery crash during a supermodified race at Berlin Raceway on June 13th.(8-12-2009)
    UPDATE: Benson will make his first trip to a race track in more than two months this week when he heads to Bristol, Tenn., for Wednesday’s O’Reilly 200 NASCAR Camping Truck Series race. Benson since [accident at Berlin Speedway] had shoulder surgery and is in physical therapy. Doctors have advised him not to race again until at least November, so he is taking is easy, and he said his recovery is right on schedule. “The physical therapy and everything else is going great,” Benson said. “I’m able to do some stretching exercises, and I’m able to go into the pool and move (my shoulder) around. “Physically, I probably could get back into a race car (before November) and drive, but the problem is if I hit something. That’s what the doctors are worried about. Benson still has to find a team to give him a shot, and he is looking aggressively, primarily in the NASCAR Nationwide and Truck circuits. “If I am going to race again — and I will race again — I want to find something that will give me a chance to win races and run for championships, whether it’s in the Nationwide Series or Trucks,” Benson said. “I know that limits the people I can talk to. “But we have been talking to some people, and I’m excited about it. Hopefully, we can get things moving in the right direction.”(
  • Keselowski & BKR to attempt Bristol truck race: This weekend, Brad Keselowski will attempt to make the field in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Bristol Motor Speedway. He will be driving his own Brad Keselowski Racing #29 Chevrolet. The #29 has been raced twice this year at Martinsville Speedway and the Milwaukee Mile by BKR driver Mikey Kile. Keselowski will also be driving the #88 Degree V12 Chevrolet for JR Motorsports in the Nationwide race on Friday night.(JR Motorsports PR)(8-18-2009)
  • Schrader enters Bristol truck race: NASCAR veteran Ken Schrader has filed an entry for the the O’Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Schrader is scheduled to drive the #52 Federated Auto Parts Chevy for Ken Schrader Racing. Michael Fritts is listed as crew chief. This is Schrader’s second start in 2009; the first was earlier this spring at Martinsville where he finished 10th.(8-18-2009)
  • Double-duty for Scott at Bristol: Bristol marks the first confirmed race for Brian Scott behind the wheel of the #11 CJM Racing Nationwide Series entry this season. RIDEMARKERZ will return as the primary sponsor of the #11 at Bristol. Friday night will mark his fifth start behind the wheel of a NASCAR Nationwide Series car and his first NNS start at Bristol Motor Speedway Scott’s first order of business will be the Camping World Truck Series race on Wednesday night driving the #16 Albertsons Toyota. Heading into Bristol, Scott sits fifth in the NCWTS point standings.(CJM Racing PR)(8-18-2009)
  • Rookie News & Notes – O’Reilly 200:
    *Johnny Sauter was the Raybestos Rookie of the Race in the August 1 Toyota Tundra 200 at Nashville Superspeedway. Sauter scored a sixth-place finish, his fifth top-10 of the season. He collected Raybestos Rookie of the Race honors for the fifth time this season.
    *Tayler Malsam claimed a ninth-place finish, his seventh top-10 of the season. Malsam is seventh in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings.
    *Malsam leads Sauter by four points (155-151) in the overall Raybestos Rookie standings entering the August 19 O’Reilly 200 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
    *At least one Raybestos Rookie has finished in the top-10 in the last 10 consecutive races.
    *Scott Speed was the Raybestos Rookie of the Race in the 2008 O’Reilly 200 at Bristol, claiming a third-place finish.
    *Speed won the pole for the 2008 race and is the only Raybestos Rookie to win a pole position in 11 previous races at Bristol. [Complete rookie standings are posted on the Bristol Race Page.](Raybestos PR)(8-18-2009)
  • Buescher makes series debut at Bristol: James Buescher [Circle Bar Racing’s #10 MaxxForce Int’l Ford] made two career starts at Bristol Motor Speedway, both of which have come in the USAR Pro Cup Series. One year ago at “The World’s Fastest Half-Mile,” the Texas native started from the 13th position and brought home a podium finish as he captured a third-place effort. The O’Reilly 200 will mark his first Bristol start in a truck.(James Buescher PR)(8-18-2009)
  • Newman goes for the “Quad” at Bristol UPDATE #2 KHI Chevy sponsored by Pringles: Bristol Week is going to be a very busy time for Ryan Newman — especially opening Wednesday. Newman will drive four completely different pieces of racing equipment for as many owners. That includes a return to Kevin Harvick Inc.’s #2 Pringles Chevy. That’s the same chassis that carried Newman to his 2008 victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Newman will compete in the track’s first NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race that precedes the NCWTS O’Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline. He’ll add starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events to complete a marathon weekend consisting of 1,100 laps.(NASCAR PR)[more News & Notes are posted on the Bristol Race Page](8-10-2009)
    UPDATE: This weekend Ryan Newman will make his third career Truck Series start and his first start in a truck at Bristol Motor Speedway behind the wheel of the #2 Kevin Harvick Inc. Pringles Chevrolet Silverado. Ernie Cope, who regularly serves as crew chief for KHI’s #33 Nationwide Series team, will call the shots from atop the pit box for Newman and the #2 Pringles team. Newman will add his name to the NASCAR history books this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway as he becomes the first driver to compete in NASCAR’s top three divisions, as well as the Whelen Modified Series, at the same track in the same week.(Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Bristol double-duty for Papis & GEICO: Wednesday will find Papis in the #9 GEICO Toyota Tundra for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event. Papis and the #13 GEICO Toyota Camry will hit the track at Bristol Motor Speedway for the opening NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice session on Friday, August 21st, at 12:00 PM (ET).(Player Mgmt/Germain Racing PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Meet the new truck chief for Peters: Richie Snyder took over as truck chief on the #17 team [Timothy Peters, Red Horse Racing Toyota] before Kentucky Speedway and he knows what it takes to be a champion. It’s his first time serving as a full time truck chief but Synder was a part of Johnny Benson’s Championship team in 2008. Snyder got his start in racing more than 10 years ago when he was working on Late Models. The first year Toyota joined the NASCAR ranks, Snyder also made the transition, taking a job at Bill Davis Racing. He built suspension, served as fill-in truck chief and honed his skills as a Gas Man. He joined RHR in Dec 2008 and acts as both Truck Chief and Gas Man for Timothy Peters. Snyder says Bristol Motor Speedway is one of his favorite tracks because everything happens so fast and keeps you on the edge of your seat each and every lap. He is no stranger to Bristol’s Victory Lane, he was part of 2007’s winning crew.(Red Horse Racing PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Exide sponsoring Skinner at BMS & new promotion: Mike Skinner will be making his 194th start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series when the green flag drops for the O’Reilly 200 Presented by Valvoline at Bristol Motor Speedway Wednesday evening driving the #5 Exide Toyota Tundra. Skinner will also be behind the wheel of the #36 Tommy Baldwin Racing entry for Saturday evening’s NASCAR Sprint Cup event after taking a two-week hiatus.NASCAR Angels, a weekly reality television program from NASCAR is teaming up with Exide Batteries on a unique promotion [Exide Extreme Tailgate Sweepstakes] that combines auto racing and football, two of America’s favorite spectator sports.[See complete sweepstakes details on the Jayski Contest page] (Randy Moss Motorsports PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Bristol marks one year anniversary for Malsam: Tayler Malsam [#81-One Eighty Toyota] will be making his 17th start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series when the green flag drops for the O’Reilly 200 Presented by Valvoline at Bristol Motor Speedway. This week’s event at BMS marks the one-year anniversary of Malsam’s debut in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition. The Rookie of the Year points battle is heating up once again with Malsam still in the lead over second-place Johnny Sauter by four points. Malsam is currently the highest ranking Raybestos ROTY candidate in the NCWTS championship point standings, holding down seventh place.(Randy Moss Motorsports PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Local Bristol company Aerus on board with tiwi & McCumbee: Chad McCumbee’s SS Green Light Racing #07 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chevrolet will be highly visible under the lights next Wednesday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. In addition to the lime green logo of primary sponsor tiwi on the hood and TV panel of the truck, the bright orange Aerus logo will don the deck lid and quarter panels. Aerus, a manufacturer and distributor of home wellness and cleaning equipment (formerly known as Electrolux from 1924-2003), is a major investor in tiwi.(PR Plus/SS Green Light Racing PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Georgia Boot to sponsor Hornaday at Bristol: Georgia Boot will be the primary sponsor for Ron Hornaday Jr. and the #33 Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevy for the O’Reilly 200 this Wednesday, August 19th, at Bristol Motor Speedway. Since 1937, Georgia Boot has been a manufacturer and marketer of quality work and outdoor footwear. Hornaday is the only two-time Truck series winner at Bristol Motor Speedway. He scored back-to-back wins in 1997 and 1998.(Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Busch returns to Bristol as defending champion; Wauters back as crew chief: Kyle Rowdy Busch and the #51 Miccosukee Resort/Graceway Pharmaceutical Toyota Tundra returns to Bristol Motor Speedway as the defending race champion of the O’Reilly 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. Busch dominated the 2008 race leading 145 of 203 laps in the Billy Ballew Motorsports entry on the 0.533-mile high banked oval race track. Miccosukee Resort & Gaming will serve as the primary sponsor with Graceway Pharmaceuticals; LLC headquartered in Bristol, TN will serve as the associate sponsor on the #51 Billy Ballew Motorsports Tundra. Richie Wauters, who in his tenure as crew chief for Billy Ballew Motorsports has led the team to ten of the 12 posted victories, will return as the crew chief on the #51 Miccosukee Resort Tundra for the remainder of the 2009 series season.(Billy Ballew Motorsports PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Fitzpatrick makes Bristol debut in #4; Equipment Express to sponsor: J.R. Fitzpatrick will return to the helm of the #4 Kevin Harvick Inc. Equipment Express Chevy this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway. This will mark Fitzpatrick’s fourth Truck Series start of 2009 for KHI and his first at Bristol Motor Speedway. Fitzpatrick is scheduled to run four more Truck Series events for KHI the remainder of the 2009 season including: New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway, Texas Motor Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway.(Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Almirola returns to the #15; George returns as crew chief, Graceway Pharmaceuticals to sponsor: Aric Almirola will return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series to pilot the #15 Graceway Pharmaceuticals Billy Ballew Motorsports entry at Bristol Motor Speedway Wednesday, August 19, 2009. Almirola last piloted the #15 truck at O’Reilly Raceway Park posting a third place finish for the independent team owner, Billy Ballew. Almirola has one previous Camping World Truck Series start, three Nationwide Series and four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at the 0.533-mile high banked oval at Bristol Motor Speedway. Doug George will return as the crew chief on the #15 Toyota Tundra for the remainder of the 2009 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season. George, the veteran driver turned crew chief, spent the first half of the season with the #51 Billy Ballew Motorsports team leading them to two victories in 2009. Graceway Pharmaceuticals LLC which is based in Bristol, Tennessee will serve as the primary sponsor on the #15 NASCAR Camping World Truck as well as the #09 Billy Ballew Motorsports entry driven by Nate Monteith and will serve as the primary associate sponsor on the #51 Miccosukee Resort Tundra driven by Kyle Busch.(Billy Ballew Motorsports PR)(8-17-2009)
  • Hornaday & Carmichael visit Iowa State Fair to promote series debut at Iowa: NASCAR veteran/star Ron Hornaday spoke excitedly today about … Buddy the Boar, a mammoth, prize-winning hog at the Iowa State Fair. “I’ve got to go get a picture, put it on my Facebook,” said Hornaday, 51, who has won five straight Camping World Truck Series races. Hornaday and fellow Truck Series driver Ricky Carmichael, the former motocross star, appeared in Des Moines to help promote the debut of the Camping World Truck Series at Iowa Speedway in Newton. That race, the Lucas Oil 200 will run under the lights, beginning at about 8:15 p.m. on Sept. 5. “It’s going to be awesome for the trucks,” Hornaday said. “Short tracks just fit these trucks so good.”(Des Moines Register)(8-14-2009)
  • Congrats to Ryan Hackett! Congratulations to Camping World Truck Series Driver Ryan Hackett, who was married this past weekend, Saturday, August 8, 2009, to his longtime girlfriend, Pam. Hackett’s next race attempt will be next Friday’s Food City 250 Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Hackett and his team then hope to concentrate on the Truck Series for the remainder of the season.(Hackett Racing PR)(8-14-2009)
  • Hermie Sadler running at Bristol UPDATE set to drive the #48 for Hillenburg: According to Hermie Sadler’s website, he is scheduled to race in the O’Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Also from Twitter, Kyle Petty and Rutledge Wood are expected to be team members and Kevin Harvick Inc. is helping prepare the truck. Formal announcement is expected some time this week.(
    UPDATE: Hermie Sadler, the 1993 Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year and current analyst for SPEED, will drive Andy Hillenburg’s #48 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series entry at Bristol Motor Speedway. The truck will carry the colors of Victory Junction and The Hermie and Elliott Sadler Foundation to create awareness courtesy of Joe Denette, a Spotsylvania, Virginia native who won the Mega Millions Lottery jackpot back in May of this year. Denette will make a $100,000.00 contribution to both charities during Bristol race weekend. Kyle Petty will receive the donation from Denette on behalf of Victory Junction.(
  • Monteith in 3rd truck for Ballew at Bristol: UPDATE will be driving the #09: Nate Monteith is preparing to make his second start at his home track at Bristol Motor Speedway. Monteith will strap into a Billy Ballew Motorsports owned Toyota Tundra truck for the O’Reilly 200 on the high banks of the Bristol track. Monteith will also have a well known crew chief atop his pit box as Brad Parrott will serve as his crew chief for this one-race deal, Busch and Aric Almirola will be Monteith’s teammates for the event and all three trucks will carry signage for Monteith’s primary sponsor, Graceway Pharmaceuticals on them. Monteith will also have a well known crew chief atop his pit box as Brad Parrott will serve as his crew chief for this one-race deal.(Nate Monteith PR)(8-12-2009)
    UPDATE: Monteith will be driving the #09-Graceway Pharmaceuticals Toyota for Billy Ballew Motorsports.(BBM PR)(8-12-2009)
  • Bainey headed to Bristol: Tim Bainey Jr. and the #00 Aaron’s Lucky Dog Truck Series Team are all geared up and ready for some excitement as they make a return to the famed Bristol Motor Speedway for their 3rd event in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Tim Jr. and the Aaron’s Lucky Dog Truck Team are looking to rebound from a tough weekend at Indianapolis just a few weeks ago, and come out strong like they did in their debut event at Dover. The O’Reilly 200 will be televised live on SPEEDtv Wednesday night, August 19th at 8:30pm Eastern.(Tim Bainey Jr. PR)(8-9-2009)
  • Martins approved to run at Chicagoland: Tommy Joe Martins went into last weekend’s races with moderate expectations. He wanted to run well enough in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 200 at the Nashville Superspeedway to get approved to compete in the truck series race at Chicagoland Speedway later in the season. He also wanted to run in the top five in the ASA Nashville 200 at the Fairgrounds Speedway. Martins was able to qualify in the 21st position in only his second Camping World Truck Series start. Unfortunately for Martins, his qualifying effort would be the highlight of the night. On lap 52, while running mid-pack, Martins was involved in an incident with Blake Feese and Mario Gosselin. Martins would be credited with a 27th place finish in the final rundown. However, the night wasn’t a complete loss as NASCAR agreed with Martins’ evaluation that is was a racing incident and approved him to compete at the 1.5 mile Chicagoland Speedway later this month.(Fairgrounds Speedway PR)(8-7-2009)
  • Images added: Some new images added from Nashville and ORP: #5-Mike Skinner, PC*Miler Navigator Toyota; #15-Blake Feese, Phoenix Construction Toyota; #81-Tayler Malsam, One Eighty Toyota; #1-Caitlin Shaw, Red Horse Racing Toyota; #48-Richard Harriman, CJ Lighting Chevy; #84-Chris Fontaine, Glenden Enterprises Chevy. To view images, visit the 2009 Paint Scheme Page.(8-5-2009)
  • Park returns to roots in hope of returning to top series: Veteran driver Steve Park hopes success in a NASCAR series designed to showcase up-and-coming talent will resurrect his racing career. The 41-year-old Park took a step in that direction Saturday night when he passed Jody Lavender for the lead with five laps remaining then pulled away from Ryan Truex. to win the NASCAR Camping World Series East Series 150 at Adirondack International Speedway in Beaver Falls, N.Y. His immediate focus is on winning upcoming Camping World East races at Lime Rock, Loudon and Dover. But he has his long-term sights set on a bigger prize. I’m working hard to get back into a Truck or the Nationwide Series,” Park said. “Look at what [51-year-old] Ron Hornaday Jr. has done. He’s quite a bit older than I am. “I’ve raced all my life and it’s in my blood. I still have the desire to win. “I’ve always had the confidence in my abilities to win races. It’s convincing everybody else that’s the hardest thing to do.”(
  • Nashville ratings up on SPEED: Nielsen Household Ratings for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series stand-alone race from Nashville were up 59 percent year-to-year, as three-time series champion Ron Hornaday Jr. captured his record-setting fifth consecutive victory of the season Saturday on SPEED. Scoring an average mark of .59 (434,000 households) and peaking at .83 (614,000 households), the race broadcast topped last year’s average rating of .37 (268,000 households) and peak of .51 (368,000 households). The Trucks get back on track Aug. 19 as Hornaday takes his Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevy to Bristol, with live coverage on SPEED beginning at 8:00pm ET with Krista Voda and the popular pre-race show, NCWTS Setup.(SPEEDtv PR)(8-4-2009)
  • Racing Resources says…
    *Ron Hornaday Jr. won the Toyota Tundra 200 at Nashville Superspeedway, extending his winning streak to five consecutive races. He is only the third driver in NASCAR history to win in five consecutive races and the first since Richard Petty in 1971. It was his 45th series victory in his 239th start and his sixth win of 2009, the most of all drivers.
    *Rick Ren scored his series-record 27th win as a crew chief.
    *Hornaday has now led in 12 consecutive races, tying Jason Leffler for the second-longest streak in series history. Mike Skinner holds the record with 19. Hornaday led a race-high 115 of the 152 laps.
    *Hornaday now has a 216-point lead over Matt Crafton in the standings.
    *Kevin Harvick Inc. scored its 24th series win and first at Nashville.
    *Chevrolet scored its second series win at Nashville and seventh of 2009.
    *Brian Scott (second) scored his eighth top-10 finish of 2009. He has finished in the top three in four of the last 10 races.
    *Colin Braun (third) posted his eighth top-10 finish of 2009 and sixth in the last seven races.
    *Timothy Peters (fourth) matched his career-best finish after winning his first career pole.
    *Matt Crafton (fifth) posted his 11th top-10 finish of 2009, the second most of the season behind Hornaday (12).
    *Johnny Sauter (sixth) was the highest-finishing of the four rookie of the year contenders.
    *The top 10 consisted of four Toyotas, two Fords and four Chevrolets.
  • Harvick, Hornaday & Sauter off racing in Wisconsin UPDATE where they finished: [Kevin] Harvick will compete in the American Speed Association Midwest Tour event [ Tuesday, August 4th at Wisconsin Int’l Raceway] along with NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers Ron Hornaday Jr. and Johnny Sauter and the rest of the ASA series touring stars, including last year’s winner Steve Carlson. For tonight’s race, Harvick will drive his own #29 Chevrolet Impala SS, painted red and yellow just like his Sprint Cup car. Hornaday will race the white #33 Chevrolet, owned by Beloit’s Bobby Wilberg, a 10 time former champion at Madison International Speedway and seven-time champ at Rockford Speedway.[Sauter is scheduled to run a handful of ASA Midwest tour events this season].([More details are posted on the Jayski Driver Appearance Page.](8-4-2009)
  • Fitzpatrick making first 2009 NNS start at Watkins Glen: This weekend Kevin Harvick Inc. newcomer J. R. Fitzpatrick will make his first Nationwide Series start of the 2009 season, his first at Watkins Glen International and his first in a KHI Chevrolet Impala. Fitzpatrick has run road courses in both Canada and Mexico, mostly gaining his experience in his home country of Canada. In addition to running the #4 car at Watkins Glen, the Cambridge, Ontario native will climb behind the wheel of the #33 KHI Chevrolet at the end of the month to run the Nationwide Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada.(Kevin Harvick Inc. PR)(8-3-2009)
  • Historic Mile LLC announced as potential Milwaukee Mile promoter: Principals representing Historic Mile LLC were revealed today as the potential group promoting auto racing events at The Milwaukee Mile speedway. Historic Mile LLC was chosen last Thursday evening by the Wisconsin State Fair Board during a special session. What is in place for the next 55-plus days is a Letter of Intent, which is not a promoter agreement, but does allow Historic Mile LLC to move forward exclusively to demonstrate it has sufficient financial resources available to fund operations at The Milwaukee Mile including sanction fees, license fees and overhead expenses. Key to the ongoing process for Historic Mile LLC is securing NASCAR and Indy Racing League events at The Milwaukee Mile.(Historic Mile PR) [Past news regarding The Milwaukee Mile is posted on the July Archives Page](8-3-2009)
  • Hornaday enters record book with win: Ron Hornaday Jr. moved higher into the NASCAR record book alongside some famous company Saturday in the Toyota Tundra 200 Camping World Truck Series at Nashville Speedway, becoming the third driver to win five straight races in a national series and the first in 38 years. Hornaday joined Richard Petty and Bobby Allison, who both did it in 1971 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, in a tie for second on the all-time consecutive win list. Petty holds the all-time record with 10 straight in 1967 in the Cup series (NASCAR PR)(8-3-2009)
  • Ren breaks record for most crew chief wins: With Ron Hornaday Jr.’s Nashville win driving the #33-Longhorn Chevy for Kevin Harvick Inc, Crew Chief, Rick Ren broke the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series crew chief wins record. He now has 27 career victories. He was previously tied for first with Dennis Connor.(NASCAR PR)(8-1-2009)

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