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August 01, 2017
Ben Rhodes, driver of the No. 27 Safelite AutoGlass Toyota Tundra, made his second career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway in Saturday’s Overton’s 150. Starting from the pole position, the second of his career, and first at the 2.5-mile “Tricky Triangle,” the Safelite AutoGlass driver finished third in Stage 1, and fourth in Stage 2, battling a “tight” Toyota Tundra. With a mix of strategy down pit road late in the 60-lap event, Rhodes would restart the final Stage from the 14th position.
July 26, 2017
Sounding Off – Matt Crafton: You’re fourth in the standings, and you have a win, locking you in the Chase. Does this change your approach to the rest of the season? “No. I wanna win more races, and it will all take care of itself. NASCAR has put such an emphasis on getting the wins – they mean so much for the playoff points. Then, if you win the regular season points, you get 15 bonus playoff points going into the Chase. We need to go run down Johnny Sauter, he’s leading it right now. We need to go out there and win some more races, and build ourselves a cushion.”
July 26, 2017
Sounding Off – Grant Enfinger: Although you will be making your debut at Pocono in the Truck Series, you have eight starts, including a win, at Pocono in the ARCA Racing Series. What are the keys to getting around the “Tricky Triangle?” “I’ve never been to Pocono in a truck, but I’ve had some good runs there in the past, in ARCA. Everyone always talks about the tunnel turn and how it’s a big part of making a good lap at Pocono, but I put a lot of focus on Turn 3 because that sets you up for that mile long straightaway.”
July 26, 2017
Sounding Off – Ben Rhodes: There are five races remaining before the start of the NCWTS Chase. You are currently in the 2017 Chase, based on points, but do you feel the pressure to win now more than ever, to firmly secure your spot in the Chase? Do you think you can secure your spot this weekend at Pocono?
July 24, 2017
Using a late-race restart 18 laps from the finish and a strategy to ‘go where the others aren’t,’ Matt Crafton muscled past veteran dirt racer Stewart Friesen to win Wednesday night’s fifth annual Eldora Dirt Derby 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway. Over the last forty laps of the race, Crafton patiently worked his way from the bottom of the top-10 and took advantage of a Lap 127 caution to position himself to challenge a dominant Friesen for his first win since Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway last May.
June 23, 2017
The Road Ahead - Jesse Little:
May 03, 2017

Triad Racing TechnologiesLaunches New Manufacturing Division

 

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (May 1, 2017) –Triad CNC, a new manufacturing division of Triad Racing Technologies, will adorn the No. 96 Gaunt Brothers Racing Toyota Camry driven by D.J. Kennington in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway on May 7.

 

March 02, 2017

Sounding Off - Ben Rhodes:

Now that you have one race under you belt with NASCAR's new race format, what are your thoughts on the three stages?

March 02, 2017

Chatting with Cody Coughlin:

 

What is your take on the new racing format and how do you think it will effect racing at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend? 

March 02, 2017

Sounding Off - Matt Crafton:

Atlanta has historically been one of your favorite race tracks. What is it about the track that you enjoy racing on?

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