Christopher Bell swept both rounds of knockout qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway to notch his fourth-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole on Saturday.
Just as he did two races ago, Ryan Truex found his way to the top of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying charts, earning the pole Saturday afternoon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
After missing the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs, Noah Gragson said he and his team had one goal in mind for the rest of the season: go out and win races.
Needing a win to make the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs, Ryan Truex got his quest to accomplish that goal off to the best possible start by scoring his first-career pole Friday at Chicagoland Speedway.
Austin Cindric 19th’s birthday present came in the form of a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole Saturday afternoon at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Ahead of his final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start of the year, Kyle Busch grabbed the Keystone Light Pole Award on Wednesday evening at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Saturday morning, Matt Crafton proved he hasn’t lost his touch on the high-speed downforce tracks of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, capturing the Keystone Light Pole Award during qualifying at Michigan Int’l Speedway.
Stewart Friesen’s dirt track prowess and track time at Eldora Speedway paid dividends in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying Wednesday evening, with the Canadian earning his first career Keystone Light Pole Award.
Chase Briscoe hasn’t missed a step after nearly winning last Friday’s Camping World Truck Series race at Texas.
Noah Gragson had to sweat out a very fast Johnny Sauter in the final moments of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying on Friday evening, but survived to claim his first-career pole at Texas Motor Speedway.
Taking some added motivation from his grandfather, who is undergoing open-heart surgery today, Chase Briscoe scored his first-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole during qualifying at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Former dirt track standouts swept the front row for Friday night’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200, led by Kyle Busch Motorsports’ Christopher Bell, who notched his third pole of the season.