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Why A New Concept Could Save NASCAR’s Truck Series

Over the past few years, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has gone through a period of sea change. Rather than become a mainstay for traditional short-tracks around the nation, the series has devolved from a special attraction to just another minor league stock car series such as ARCA. Gone are the days of Hendrick Motorsports, Dale Earnhardt Inc., and Roush Fenway Racing from the series – only Richard Childress Racing and Germain Racing maintain an additional presence in the Sprint Cup Series. This season seems to be the “low point” for the youngest of NASCAR’s three national touring series. Todd Bodine is well on his way to a second career Truck title, maintaining a 236-point advantage over Aric Almirola with ...

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