Looking to recapture the 2007 magic, Bill Davis Racing shakes things up with a crew chief change on Mike Skinner's No. 5, writes John Schwarb.
What's wrong with Mike Skinner? He could do no wrong in 2007, but wrong is the operative word in 2008, writes John Schwarb.
Eight-time winner Brendan Gaughan will saddle up for brand-new Wyler-Gaughan Racing in 2008, writes John Schwarb.
Is Mike Skinner worn out by his back-and-forth title battle with old friend Ron Hornaday? Actually, he's energized, writes John Schwarb.
Todd Bodine doesn't stand a chance at defending his truck crown. Ron Hornaday Jr. and Mike Skinner have been that good, 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.
Travis Kvapil has been on a tear in the Craftsman Truck Series. The big question: Does he still have time to reel in Mike Skinner and Ron Hornaday Jr.?
Todd Bodine has finished a season strong before. The defending Craftsman Truck Series champ will need to do it again to get back in contention, writes John Schwarb.
Ron Hornaday needed a break to make up some ground on Craftsman Truck Series leader Mike Skinner. When Skinner struggled last week in Indianapolis, Hornaday pounced, writes John Schwarb.
The 2007 Craftsman Truck Series season has had its share of ups and downs, but at the halfway point, the series has never seen anything like Mike Skinner, writes John Schwarb.
With Mike Skinner and Ron Hornaday piling up truck wins, Todd Bodine said "it was time to get it done" in Texas. Mission accomplished, writes John Schwarb.
Just how dominant is Toyota in the truck series? Four wins in four races and six drivers in the top 10 in points. But NASCAR's latest move should level the playing field, writes John Schwarb.
Mike Skinner tore up the truck series in the mid-'90s. More than a decade later, and two months shy of his 50th birthday, the ol' man is doing it again, writes John Schwarb.
Todd Bodine's effort at Martinsville was as gritty as Mike Skinner's was dominating. Bodine's runner-up finish made the most out of a trying weekend, writes John Schwarb.
Joey Clanton thought his NASCAR racing career was over after flopping in 2004. Then he got a second chance, writes John Schwarb.
Mike Skinner nudged his way to another Truck Series victory at Atlanta, serving notice he's a force to contend with this season, writes John Schwarb.