Another charmed season for Kyle Busch? He finished Saturday's Truck Series race at Atlanta without a second or third gear -- and still won.
There's an art to winning the biggest race of the season with no art on your car. Todd Bodine and Germain Racing did just that in the Truck race at Daytona, and now they hope a sponsor sees a good opportunity, writes John Schwarb.
What can we expect from this week's Truck Series race at Talladega? The unexpected, writes John Schwarb.
Eight-time winner Brendan Gaughan will saddle up for brand-new Wyler-Gaughan Racing in 2008, 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.
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.
Add Johnny Benson to the list of preseason favorites that finally broke through for their first Truck Series win of 2007, 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.
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.