Archive for the 'NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Ford 200' Category
15 th season 2009 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series began on Feb. 13, 2009 at Daytona International Speedway with the Daytona 250. Season will end on November 20 this year at Homestead-Miami Speedway with the Ford 200. Season is the first under the sponsorship banner Camping world. Camping world, announced on Oct. 23, 2008, that they will sponsor a series over the next seven seasons.The Camping World NASCAR Truck Series (formerly NASCAR SuperTruck series, wizards and masters of NASCAR Truck Series) is the pickup truck racing series owned and operated by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. This is the only series in all the NASCAR race modified production pickup trucks and is one of the three national divisions of NASCAR, together with the Nationwide Series and the top-level Sprint Cup. On December 3, 2007, Sears Holdings Corporation announced that at the end of the 2008 season, her master brand will no longer sponsor the series. Master was the title sponsor since 1995, NASCAR was founded series.The idea for the truck series dates back to 1993. With SCORE off-road racers (Dick Landfield, Jimmy Smith, Jim Venable, and Frank “Scoop” of the Court) like a large audience Truck Racing.They made a prototype for a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tickets pickup. It was first shown off during the 1994 Daytona 500 and four demonstration races were held during the season. The first event in the Mesa Marin Raceway had six trucks. Three other events were held at Portland Speedway, Saugus Speedway, and Tucson Raceway Park . Tucson Raceway Park held four events, which in the winter, which on national television during the Winter Heat Series coverage.These trucks were very popular, and this led to NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event creating the series, originally known as “SuperTruck Series” in 1995. Although the new series, she received immediate support from many well-known Winston Cup Series team owners and drivers. Outstanding Cup owners Richard Childress, Rick Hendrick and Jack Roush owned truck teams, and top-factors, such as Dale Earnhardt and Ernie Irv also sent SuperTrucks for others. Series has become known as a master truck series in 1996.