In the NASCAR hierarchy and chain of command, the Camping World Truck Series that made its annual stop at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night is considered Double A in scope, style and substance. It’s sort of like the Texas League in baseball.
Some 20 years after he nearly quit racing, veteran driver returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for NASCAR truck series Rhino Linings 350.
Only 16 drivers can win the title as the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins Sunday in Chicago, including Las Vegas drivers Kurt and Kyle Busch. The experts don’t give them a chance, but the best teams don’t always win in a playoff format like NASCAR instituted this season.
“Big crash turn 4 … Charlie … Aleshin.” It was 7:48 p.m. when my cellphone buzzed Friday. Crumpled race cars still were smoldering in the middle of the track at Fontana, Calif.