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Matt Crafton

Matt Crafton, of Tulare, California, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He drives the #88 Menards Chevrolet Silverado for ThorSport Racing. In 2000 Crafton was the NASCAR Featherlite Southwest Series Champion.
Matt Crafton, of Tulare, California, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He drives the #88 Menards Chevrolet Silverado for ThorSport Racing. In 2000 Crafton was the NASCAR Featherlite Southwest Series Champion. « Show less

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  • Gordon grabs pole; Harvick tops Chase finalists

    — It was a bittersweet achievement for Jeff Gordon as he won his first pole at Homestead-Miami Speedway for Sunday's season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400.
  • NASCAR championship weekend at Homestead

    WHAT: NASCAR's 2014 Ford Championship Weekend, highlighted by Sunday's 267-lap Sprint Cup Ford EcoBoost 400 finale in which Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano or Ryan Newman will win his first Sprint Cup season title with the best finish among the...

    Harvick's Sprint Cup Road A Rough One

    MARTINSVILLE, Va. — If Kevin Harvick truly is one of the heavy favorites to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship, he's going to have to prove it on Sunday. Fighting a loose handling car during Friday's time trials, Harvick brushed the wall...

    Confident Gordon marches on to Martinsville

    Confident Gordon marches on to Martinsville
    Claiming his last couple laps at Talladega were the most nerve-racking of his life, four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon survived the unpredictable Alabama track to move on to the eight-driver Eliminator Round of the Chase for the...

    Earnhardt out to end decade-long 'Dega drougt

    Earnhardt out to end decade-long 'Dega drougt
    There was a time Dale Earnhardt Jr. dominated Talladega Superspeedway in such a way that only one word could describe him: Untouchable. From 2001-04, Earnhardt rattled off a track-record four consecutive victories, followed by two straight runner-up...