Philip von Borries led a race high 178 laps en route to his first career win at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday. In doing so, the Cabanilla-Haas driver held off Corvega Clash winner Joshua Wilkinson, who led the second most laps (83) among all drivers. Fred Martin would lead the field to green for the … Continue reading Von Borries Dominates for First Atlanta Win
HScott Motorsports has announced that Itzel Vasquez will pilot the team's second car, vacated by Lewis Black at the end of last season. Vasquez will drive the #51 Chevrolet, joining teammate Kevin Dilbeck, who will drive the #46 Chevrolet for the team. Brandt Agriculture will return once again as the team's primary sponsor for 21 races. … Continue reading HScott Motorsports Names 2nd Driver
UPDATE (7-21-17) The team will run the #46 in 2017-2018. Jay Guy has been named the crew chief of the car. HScott Motorsports will field a second car in the upcoming Corvega Cup Series season, with driver Kevin Dilbeck behind the wheel of the team's new car. Kevin will bring sponsor Pilot/Flying J with him, from … Continue reading Kevin Dilbeck to HScott Motorsports
Former ND Racing driver Fred Martin will replace Chris Seckinger behind the wheel of the #14 team this season. Seckinger left the organization at the end of last season, and will run a few races in the ARCA Superspeedway Series. Martin will be sponsored by Bass Pro Shops, Mobil 1, Rush Truck Centers, and Code … Continue reading Martin to Cabanilla-Haas in 17-18
Silly Season is picking up steam, as the latest rumor has Chris Seckinger out at Cabanilla-Haas Racing. Indications are that he will be moving to either the Nuka-Cola or Red Rocket Truck Series, but nothing on what team that would involve. Seckinger is a two time race winner in the Corvega Cup Series, with wins … Continue reading Seckinger out at Cabanilla-Haas?