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THOMPSON, Conn. - Rookie Trevor Bayne has the fastest lap Saturday afternoon in the two NASCAR Camping World Series East practices at Thompson International Speedway.
Bayne (No. 1 DEI Chevrolet) posted a time of 20.444 seconds/110.057 mph around the .625-mile oval. Bayne's time paced the final practice, after he put up the sixth-best speed in the first practice.> More
NASCAR announced today the championship banquets for its top developmental series, the NASCAR Camping World Series.
The NASCAR Camping World Series West Awards Banquet will be held Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Sacramento Convention Center. The NASCAR Camping World Series East Awards Banquet will be Friday, Dec. 12 at the Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, Conn.> More
The NASCAR Camping World Series East has evolved into a development series for talented young drivers. But it’s still a great place for experienced veterans.
In a series that produced a 17-year-old champion last year and an 18-year-old point leader this season, Matt Kobyluck, 38, and Eddie MacDonald, 28, are more than holding their own.> More
Despite countless soccer games, dozens of baseball bats and stacks of football pads, Tina Dillon still ended up the mom of a racer.
Not begrudgingly, just unexpectedly.
Her son, Austin Dillon, had gone most of his childhood and adolescence without showing any interest in going fast or anything that required wheels. The North Carolina native worshiped the Atlanta Braves and idolized John Wayne.> More
LOUDON, N.H. - Eddie MacDonald outdueled Dale Earnhardt Inc. development driver Trevor Bayne over a wild eight-lap shootout, and then pulled away in his No. 71 Grimm Construction Chevrolet on the final green-white-checkered finish to pull the victory in the Heluva Good! Summer 125 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
It was MacDonald's fourth career NASCAR Camping World Series East victory and first at the 'Magic Mile.' In 15 previous starts at the track, the Rowley, Mass. native had just two top 10s and a best finish of seventh.> More
LOUDON, N.H. - Rookie Austin Dillon acclimated himself pretty quickly to the biggest oval on the NASCAR Camping World Series East schedule. Dillon posted the fastest time in the 1 1/2-hour practice session Friday on the 1.058-mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway prior to Friday evening's Heluva Good! 125.
Dillon (No. 3 Garage Equipment Supply Chevrolet) had a time of 30.919 seconds (123.186 mph). As the series point leader, Dillon will start on the pole for the race after rained washed out qualifying Thursday.> More
LOUDON, N.H. – Rain washed out nearly all on-track activity Thursday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
While the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour got a brief practice run, the showers that soaked the track canceled the scheduled qualifying for Friday’s NASCAR Camping World Series East race and Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race. Both lineups were set in accordance to the NASCAR rule book.> More
A rookie championship point leader brings the NASCAR Camping World Series East to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the second consecutive year.
Eighteen-year-old Austin Dillon, of Lewisville, N.C., leads the NASCAR Camping World Series East to New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. for the Heluva Good! 125 Friday, June 27.
A year ago, another teenage championship point leading rookie brought the series to “The Magic Mile” for the first of two annual appearances at the Loudon, N.H. track.> More
Austin Dillon, the NASCAR Camping World Series East points leader, has parted ways with car owner Andy Santerre.
Dillon’s No. 3 Garage Equipment Supply Chevrolet has moved in-house to Team Dillon Racing’s shops in Welcome, N.C. The 18-year-old Lewisville, N.C., driver – the grandson of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car owner Richard Childress – competed in the first four events of the 2008 partnered with Andy Santerre Motorsports in Harrisburg.> More
When driver Brian Ickler packed all of his belongings on the West Coast and settled into NASCAR's Southeast, he figured there'd be risks. Offered a ride with California team Bill McAnally Racing, the 22-year-old turned down the job security to go it alone.
Looking for greater exposure in NASCAR's hub, Mooresville, N.C., Ickler started from scratch with only five employees and fists full of hope. In December, he opened the doors to Ickler Motorsports.> More