Jordan Anderson’s Career-Best Performance Ruined By Late Crash

By: Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie

FORT WORTH, Texas — Fireworks filled the warm Texas night sky as Johnny Sauter crossed the finish line for his fifth-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory at the 1.5-mile Texas Motor Speedway. While the mood was jubilant for Sauter and his championship-caliber GMS Racing team, there was a much more somber feeling in the Garage area behind a tiny – by comparison of the other team’s rigs — black 40-foot trailer.

There stood Jordan Anderson, a racer’s racer trying to forge his path to NASCAR Stardom the old-fashioned way, drenched in sweat and noticeably filled with disappointment. The 27-year old stood for several minutes surveying the severe damage to the right side of his No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado race truck, and he wondered alone what could have been.
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Youngster Noah Gragson Proves Doubters Wrong in Three-Race Xfinity Stint

By Toby Christie, Editor — Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie

I’m not exactly sure of the reason but the very outgoing Noah Gragson has become one of the most polarizing young up-and-coming talents that the sport of NASCAR has seen in quite some time.

Some folks love the kid from Las Vegas, others not so much.

However, nobody can argue about the fact that the 19-year-old is talented as hell behind the wheel of a race car. Continue reading “Youngster Noah Gragson Proves Doubters Wrong in Three-Race Xfinity Stint”

Hometown Boy, Noah Gragson Fully Confident Ahead of Vegas Truck Race

By Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie

Noah Gragson has been making headlines for being a typical teenage boy. The 19-year-old Kyle Busch Motorsports driver recently gave up on a Twitter conquest to win over the heart of legendary Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn, and then shifted his focus to the daughter of Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR’s Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer.

Gragson is a character, but his recent social media shenanigans may just show how relaxed he is currently.

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Nemechek’s Tank Runs Dry in Texas, Needs a Win in Phoenix to Advance

By: Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on twitter @Toby_Christie

FORT WORTH, Texas — Friday night, in the JAG Metals 350 at Texas Motor Speedway John Hunter Nemechek and his NEMCO Motorsports team rolled the dice in an effort to get him into the Championship 4 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. While the rest of the field cycled through pit stops, Nemechek stayed on track and gained the lead at lap 127.

Nemechek, who had an average running position of 12th on the night, chose to gamble for the win because his truck wasn’t good enough to win the race on it’s own.
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