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Sauter gets two-year sponsor commitment 10-21-2013
Johnny Sauter
Cleveland-based Nextant Aerospace, the world leader in business aircraft remanufacturing, today announced it will join ThorSport Racing for the 2014 and 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series seasons. The No. 98 Nextant Aerospace Toyota Tundra, piloted by championship contender Johnny Sauter, is due to take flight as primary sponsor beginning in Daytona for a total of 12 races per season as well as associate sponsorship throughout the duration of the alliance.-ThorSport Racing
Kurt Busch slips to 18th-place finish in Dega 10-21-2013
Kurt Busch
Kurt Busch finished 18th in Sunday's Camping World RV Sales 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. The Furniture Row Racing driver, who had his colorful Wonder Bread Chevrolet running up front for most of the 188-lap Sprint Cup event, fell back in the closing laps on the 2.66-mile oval. The finish dropped Busch two spots to ninth in the Chase Sprint Cup driver point standings. He is nine markers out of sixth.-Furniture Row Racing
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. returns to NNS at Texas 10-21-2013
Ricky Stenhouse
After winning back-to-back championships in the NASCAR Nationwide series in 2011 and 2012, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. makes his series return at Texas Motor Speedway, piloting the No. 16 Zest Ford Mustang in the Nov. 2nd O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge. The two-time NASCAR Nationwide Series champion has six career NNS starts at the 1.5-mile track earning two top-five and four top-10 finishes, including a victory in the 2012 spring race.-Roush Fenway Racing
Quiroga focused on Martinsville redemption 10-21-2013
German Quiroga Jr
German Quiroga (77 Toyota Tundra) has one thing on his mind when entering the 0.526-mile Martinsville short track and it is redemption. During his debut at the paperclip, Quiroga qualified in the fifth position and maintained position inside the top-10 for the majority of the first half of the race. A part failure relegated the team to a 29th-place finish. After a day of testing prior to the weekend's 200 lap event, the No. 77 team will be a force to reckon with as they fight back towards salvation.-Red Horse Racing
Timothy Peters at home track Martinsville 10-21-2013
Timothy Peters
Timothy Peters, the Danville, VA native, joined Red Horse Racing in 2009 and has raced in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series 15 times at Martinsville Speedway. His first Truck Series victory at the track came in 2009 where he led 84 laps in only his sixth race with the Red Horse Racing organization. In the five years the driver of the No. 17 Parts Plus Toyota Tundra has been with the team, he has finished seven out of eight races inside the top-10, with five of those inside the top five. There is just something about racing at home in front of your friends and family.-Red Horse Racing
Townley is finding short track comfort 10-21-2013
John Wes Townley
If you're taking picks on drivers looking to compete for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win at Martinsville Speedway this weekend, don't count John Wes Townley out of it. The driver of the No. 7 Zaxby's Toyota Tundra has demonstrated considerable talent during this 2013 season with 4 top-10 and 11 top-15 finishes. Four of those top-15 finishes are on tracks one mile in length or less. As the young driver continues to gain confidence on track, you might just find him as one of the front runners in Saturday's Kroger 200.-Red Horse Racing
Mayhew has Kern County Raceway Park history 10-21-2013
David Mayhew
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West is in Bakersfield, CA for the inaugural series visit to Kern County Raceway Park for the NAPA Auto Parts 150 on Saturday, Oct. 26. David Mayhew has four wins and eight poles in 70 series starts, but focused on racing in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series late model division at Kern County Raceway Park this year. He dominated the competition in winning the track title.-NASCAR K&N Pro Series-West