Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by StandOnIt, Dec 13, 2017.
Creed will do a good job, has basically locked up the ARCA title.
holy cow GMS has their sheet together, Creed can drive I think when he gets a chance in a good truck.
LOVE this! Been rooting for Creed since he was hucking trophy trucks at 14. Alpine, CA represent!
This is nuts
Crystal Curlee @CrystalCurlee2
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I wonder if a high speed chase would be involved now.....
Draftin 18 @draftin_18
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Not likely, it was a Mike Harmon truck.
maybe it was one of the trucks that Jennifer Jo Cobb claimed Harmon stole from her.
Harmon is a scumbag. I hope others don't suffer because of his antics.
Seriously NASCAR needs to step in with Mike Harmon, once I could see but this has happened multiple times. It's not like the sport would really miss him.
IDK I hear what you are saying and agree 100%, but he must have proven that the property was his or there wouldn't be warrants. I hope if that is so, the company that has had the truck charges the hell out of him for storage, or better yet have proof that he was notified of what was going to happen to the truck. If the shop can prove they contacted him and he didn't come and pay for it and pick it up and the whole thing is his fault, I wouldn't miss him.
All charges dropped against Jordan Anderson.
That's good, who gets to keep the truck and the ongoing drama on "As the truck turns", Tune in tomorrow and hear Mike Harmon say this truck is mine! and Jennifer Jo says, you are a lair, you puffed up SOB, you stole it from me two years ago! I can tell by the pull a part motor that is in it, it is all mine. So tune in tomorrow for another adventure at As the truck turns.
Talladega this weekend will be the last race for Wendell Chavous.
Saturday, October 13 | 1:00 PM ET
nice, a couple of races I can listen with the sound up.
Harvick to be race analyst at Talladega, Kurt Busch at Martinsville
Former MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES champion Kevin Harvick returns to the FOX Sports booth Saturday as a race analyst, calling the action alongside Vince Welch and Michael Waltrip. Talladega marks Harvick's third Truck Series race in the FOX Sports booth this season, in addition to the five NASCAR XFINITY SERIES races he called.
Fellow former champion Kurt Busch is on deck for the Oct. 27 Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway (live on FS1 at 1:00 PM ET), his maiden voyage as a race analyst.
Couple of drivers to watch at the Dega cut off race
Ben Rhodes and Friesen enter the race on the outside looking in to try and advance in seventh and eighth-place, respectively.
Stewart Friesen Canadian, dirt tracker, runs hard, fun to watch, podcast
This was the original truck schedule as of last Monday. Since then they've changed it.
Friday, October 12
10:00 AM, NCWTS Talladega practice, FS2
11:30 AM, NCWTS Talladega final practice, FS2
Saturday, October 13
9:00 AM, NCWTS Talladega qualifying, FS2
The new schedule.
FRIDAY, Oct. 12
10:05-10:55 a.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series first practice, FS2 (Follow live)
11:35 a.m.-12:25 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series final practice, FS2 (Follow live)
5:35 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying, FS2 (Follow live)
Dega 2nd practice
Dad Gilly wins pole
Big hit from a throttle stick
02 driver Austin Hill. #21 Johnny Sauter, # 52 Stewart Friesen:
• Three teams in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series were issued L1-level penalties for issues found during pre-race inspection — specifically violating Section 20.4 of the rule book that states air is not allowed to pass from one area of the interior of the vehicle to another or to the outside of the vehicle.
The teams in violation are the No. 02 Young’s Motorsports Chevrolet, the No. 21 GMS Racing Chevrolet and the No. 52 Halmar Friesen Racing Chevrolet. Crew chiefs Chad Kendrick (No. 02), Joel Shear Jr. (No. 21) and Graham Bruce (No. 52) all were fined $5,000.
Premium Motorsports (formerly JRR) will shut down it's CWTS team after Homestead, but they will still finish the season with the #49.
They will focus on the Cup Series next year.
Benjamin, Peters, Jeb Burton making Truck Series returns at Martinsville
GMS couldn't take a winner off of the board. Peters is back in the 23.
GMS Racing announced through its social media channels that Timothy Peters will return to action this weekend in the No. 23 Chevrolet at his home track. Autos by Nelson will provide primary sponsorship.
DGR-Crosley announced Monday that Kyle Benjamin will drive the team’s No. 17 Toyota in Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Martinsville Speedway.
DGR-Crosley announced today that newly crowned NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Champion Tyler Ankrum will drive for the team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Texas Roadhouse 200 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway. Ankrum will pilot the No. 54 May's Hawaii Toyota Tundra in his NCWTS debut.
Jeb Burton will make his first Truck Series start of the season for start-up organization On Point Motorsports. The team announced that Strutmasters will be on board as a primary sponsor for Burton’s No. 30 Toyota.
On Point Motorsports, owned by Steven Lane, will be making its fourth start of the season. Scott Lagasse Jr. (two races) and Austin Theriault (one race) have also driven the No. 30 truck this year.
former champion Kurt Busch is on deck for the Oct. 27 Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway (live on FS1 at 1:00 PM ET), his maiden voyage as a race analyst.
The mute button is my friend. Him and mikey together will be horrendous.
I have no idea, Kurt has never done it they say. Waltrip doesn't bother me as much as he does some others. That announcer who grunts like he is taking a sh!t in the trucks? different story.
GMS racing is going all in with 5 trucks and a 6th with Affiliate Friesen in the 53 for M'ville.
Saturday, October 27 | 1:00 PM ET
Damn I love this "No Cuppers" stuff.
Creed, K&N champ Dippel, and Peters are fairly new for GMS, Coughlin, and Sargeant are out recently. K&N east champ Tyler Ankrum in the DGR Crosley 54
Martinsville always has very competitive Truck fields. Don't know why NASCAR doesn't make this a 250 lap race like the spring or even 300.
nice, I wonder how it is going to look after Martinsville
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