You know the economy is bad when defending Truck Series champion Johnny Benson -- the reigning three-time most popular driver -- can't even secure sponsorship.
How will the closest points race in Craftsman Truck Series history go down? Fellow drivers handicap Friday's Benson-Hornaday tilt.
What's the secret to winning a Truck title? Having a quality crew chief helps. Just ask Ron Hornaday Jr. and Johnny Benson.
There's good news and bad news as the Craftsman Truck Series heads to the finish of the 2008 season, writes John Schwarb.
What can we expect from this week's Truck Series race at Talladega? The unexpected, writes John Schwarb.
Toyotas have been tough in the Craftsman Truck Series this season, but a NASCAR-mandated engine change to the Tundras has drivers such as points leader Johnny Benson fuming, writes John Schwarb.
What's more dangerous than a truck driver with talent? A top-shelf trucker driving with a ton of confidence, writes John Schwarb.
Erik Darnell's roller-coaster season hit an all-time high with a closer-than-close victory at Michigan, writes John Schwarb.
Red Horse Racing stumbled out of the gate, but new driver Jason Leffler has the truck team in a full gallop, writes John Schwarb.
Move over, Mike Skinner. Ron Hornaday Jr. is the new points leader in the Craftsman Truck Series after Saturday's runner-up finish at Gateway, writes John Schwarb.
Johnny Benson figured the new surface at Bristol Motor Speedway would help preserve the tires on his race truck. He thought right, writes John Schwarb.
Add Johnny Benson to the list of preseason favorites that finally broke through for their first Truck Series win of 2007, writes John Schwarb.