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Ryan Truex

Ryan Truex, of Mayetta, New Jersey, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He drives the #99 Toyota Camry for Pastrana-Waltrip Racing. He was the NASCAR K&N Pro Series champion in 2009 and 2010.
Ryan Truex, of Mayetta, New Jersey, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He drives the #99 Toyota Camry for Pastrana-Waltrip Racing. He was the NASCAR K&N Pro Series champion in 2009 and 2010. « Show less

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  • Jeff Gordon wins fifth Brickyard 400

    Jeff Gordon wins fifth Brickyard 400
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Looking like vintage form, Jeff Gordon grabbed the lead on the final restart 16 laps from the end and held on to win Sunday's Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  • 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series Drivers

    Car | Driversort icon | Sponsor | Make 139 | Alan Tardiff | Renton Coil Spring | Ford 27 | Alex Kennedy | National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund/Sacred Power | Ford 27 | Andrew Ranger | Quebec Dodge Dealer Association | Dodge 92 | Andy...

    2011 Drivers in the three NASCAR racing series -- Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks

    SPRINT CUP SERIES Car | Driver | Make | Sponsor | Team | Crew Chief 43 | A.J. Allmendinger | Ford | Best Buy | Richard Petty Motorsports | Mike Shiplett 9 | Marcos Ambrose | Ford | Stanley | Richard Petty Motorsports | Todd Parrott 21 | Trevor Bayne |...

    List of 2011 NASCAR drivers and each of their series teams

    This is an alphabetical list of every driver running in each of the three NASCAR series -- the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and/or Camping World Truck series. Drivers running in two or all three series have all their teams listed below them. See who's running...

    Q&A with Langley Speedway owner Bill Mullis

    Langley Speedway has released its 2011 schedule, which features two nationally televised touring series events among 28 race dates. Opening night is April 9, with racing scheduled weekly through Oct. 29 except for NASCAR's two visits to Richmond...