Timothy Peters survives wild day to win 'Dega truck race
bounced off Erik Jones and came down the track right in the middle of the pack, collecting four-time series champion Ron Hornaday , Mason Mingus and Ryan Sieg. Mingus got the worst of it, his truck careening off the wall and both its front wheels
Ron Hornaday won't compete in trucks series this weekend
Four-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday will not race this weekend, but four of his other Turner Scott Motorsports teammates will. Hornaday -- who is third in Truck
TRUCKS: Ron Hornaday Wrecks Hard - Charlotte 2014
NASCAR Trucks: Ron Hornaday moves down the track, but isn't quite clear of teammate Ben Kennedy, putting himself into the outside wall and taking out Mason Mingus and Jake Crum.
TRUCKS: Timothy Peters wrecks Ron Hornaday - Iowa 2014
Timothy Peters deliberately wrecks into Ron Hornaday under caution on Lap 63.
TRUCKS: Hornaday and Peters Crash on Lap 1 - Kansas 2014
NASCAR Trucks: Ron Hornaday spins out after making contach with Timothy Peters on his outside, starting a wreck that collects German Quiroga and Spencer Gallagher.
Brad Keselowski scores first Camping World Truck Series win
his third runner-up finish of the year, followed by Ron Hornaday Jr., Matt Crafton, Johnny Sauter, John Nemechek ..... points lead over ThorSport Racing teammate Matt Crafton. Ron Hornaday Jr., Ryan Blaney and Darrell Wallace Jr. round out
Brad Keselowski gets 1st NASCAR Truck Series win
bumper with two laps left, but drifted high in turn one and Keselowski pulled away. Four-time Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday Jr. finished third, followed by Matt Crafton and series points leader Johnny Sauter. Busch crashed with 22 laps left
Heavy rains postpone UNOH 200 Truck Series race at Bristol
track. Once the race gets underway, Kyle Busch and Cole Custer will lead the field to the green flag, followed by Ron Hornaday Jr., Brad Keselowski, Gray Gaulding, German Quiroga, Michigan winner Johnny Sauter, Darrell Wallace Jr., Ben
Sauter holds off Crafton in Truck Series race
the lead with a late pit stop but was still within striking distance when Sauter held him off in the final stretch. Ron Hornaday Jr. finished third, followed by Tayler Malsam and Kyle Busch. Joey Logano was second in qualifying but finished 18th
Erik Jones credited with Truck Series pole on dirt of Eldora
win the pole. Mason Mingus was second in his RSS Racing Toyota at 90.312 mph. Then came four-time series champ Ron Hornaday , reigning series champ Matt Crafton and veteran Ken Schrader. Numerous drivers had incidents during the session