Johnny Sauter manged to stay in front of the “big one” on the final lap of the Fred’s 250 at Talladega Superspeedway. The win was Sauter’s third of the season. Sauter’s teammate, points leader Matt Crafton, was running second at the end but clipped in the rear and turned around. Fortunately, for Crafton he managed to make across the line in ninth and stretched his points lead form 41 to 57 points.
Jordan Anderson will make his season debut behind the wheel of the No. 12 Lucas Oil/Knight Fire Protection Chevrolet Silverado. After heartbreak at Daytona, he joined the list of drivers who failed to qualify for the […]
In its debut night race, Kansas Speedway gave a nail biting race that had fans sitting on the edge of their seats throughout its duration. On a day where the race was temporarily delayed because […]
Tonight, on Interview Central, I was granted the opportunity to sit down with Justin Bonsignore for an one-on-one exclusive interview. Bonsignore discussed his most recent victory at Thompson Speedway and also explained to me his expectations for […]