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.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie Noah Gragson returns to the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards for his fourth start of the season when the tour returns to Road America on Sunday, Aug. 27.
Noah Gragson held off team owner Kyle Busch for the win in the second stage of Thursday night’s Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
After starting on the outside of the front row, Christopher Bell wins Stage 1 of the NASCAR Camping World Truck series, M&M’s 200 from the Iowa Speedway.
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.
Asked on Wednesday morning if he had ever driven anything with a wing on it in his life, Noah Gragson had a snappy comeback as he began preparations for his Millbridge Speedway debut.
Despite a spin during NASCAR Camping World Truck Series happy hour on Thursday evening, Noah Gragson found his way to the top of the speed charts at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Christopher Bell’s dominance on the 1.5-mile tracks continued Friday by capturing the Keystone Light Pole Award for the Toyota Tundra 250
Saturday’s Alpha Energy Solutions 250 may have marked Noah Gragson’s first-ever start at Martinsville Speedway, but you’d never have known it by watching the way he drove in the closing stages.
Ride along with Noah Gragson during his test of the No. 18 Switch Tundra at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Tuesday.
Kyle Busch Motorsports announced Wednesday that global technology solutions company Switch will be Noah Gragson’s primary sponsor in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series this season.
It’s not been uncommon over the years to see the Venturini Motorsports team atop the leaderboard in ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards open testing at Daytona Int’l Speedway.