Von Borries Scores Second Season Win at Eight Bowl

Philip von Borries won his eighth career Corvega Cup Series victory at none other than the Eight Bowl Super Speedway, in a fuel mileage thriller that saw six lead changes in the final six laps of the race. Eight Bowl Super Speedway played host to the sixth race of the season, at a track where … Continue reading Von Borries Scores Second Season Win at Eight Bowl

Ryba to Replace Schley at Mosport

Ben Smith Racing announces that Joanna Ryba will replace Courtney Schley for this weekend's race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, and possibly other races. The team has not announced a full time driver for the remaining races on the Nuka-Cola Series schedule. The team has not announced a replacement driver in the Corvega Cup Series … Continue reading Ryba to Replace Schley at Mosport

Schley Announces Retirement

Courtney Schley, driver of the Ben Smith Racing #2 Chevrolet in the Nuka-Cola Series, has announced her retirement from the League in order to start a family. Schley began her League career in the Corvega Cup Series with Ben Smith Racing, driving the #31 Chevrolet for the team in the 2012 inaugural season. From seasons … Continue reading Schley Announces Retirement

Three Takeaways From Auto Club

3 Takeaways will be a weekly series, looking at three major headlines or events during the previous race weekend. A clean start to the season - how long can it last? Once again at Auto Club we saw just two caution periods. When you consider how chaotic the start to last season was, it's a rather … Continue reading Three Takeaways From Auto Club

Joshua Wilkinson Ends Long Winless Streak at Auto Club

Joshua Wilkinson won the Auto Club 400 at the Auto Club Speedway on Sunday, his fifth career victory in the Corvega Cup Series, one that has been much anticipated after going winless for two and a half seasons. The last time Joshua Wilkinson visited victory lane for a points paying race was back in the … Continue reading Joshua Wilkinson Ends Long Winless Streak at Auto Club

Three Takeaways from Phoenix

3 Takeaways will be a weekly series, looking at three major headlines or events during the previous race weekend. Phoenix provides for great racing, but not a lot of passing. After watching Nathan Carroll and Mike Smith battle lap after lap for the lead in the Nuka-Cola Series race, it became clear that while the racing … Continue reading Three Takeaways from Phoenix

Maloch Takes Phoenix Win

Ben Maloch scored his fourth career victory at the Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday, his first since winning at Michigan prior to the midway point last season. Maloch gives ND Racing it's first points paying victory of the season since re-branding from BHS Motorsports. It's also the team's first victory since Maloch last won at … Continue reading Maloch Takes Phoenix Win

3 Takeaways from Las Vegas

3 Takeaways will be a weekly series, looking at three major headlines or events during the previous race weekend. The big one in the Nuka-Cola race at Las Vegas could have been avoided. In what has been a relatively clean start to the Nuka-Cola series, the big wreck that ended the Las Vegas race under … Continue reading 3 Takeaways from Las Vegas

Reynolds Wins Big In Vegas For Wood Bros.

Joe Reynolds led 82 laps to take victory in the Kobalt Tools 400 on Sunday, his first since the Mosport Road Course late last season. The win is also the second for Wood Brothers Racing, which last went to victory lane in the Daytona 500 in 2013B with Trevor Clark. Atlanta winner Philip von Borries … Continue reading Reynolds Wins Big In Vegas For Wood Bros.

3 Takeaways After Atlanta

3 Takeaways will be a weekly series, looking at three major headlines or events during the previous race weekend. The new Truck Series aerodynamic package is something else. The entire Truck race at Atlanta Motor Speedway was intense. With the field running in mostly a large pack, it begs the question on whether or not we … Continue reading 3 Takeaways After Atlanta

3 Takeaways from Daytona Speedweeks

3 Takeaways will be a weekly series, looking at three major headlines or events during the previous race weekend. Daytona put on a show. No doubt about it, all three primary series' races at Daytona this season were exciting, and lived up to the hype. All three series saw a first time winner (at least … Continue reading 3 Takeaways from Daytona Speedweeks

Mostiler Snaps 38 Race Winless Streak with Daytona Victory

Michelle Mostiler ended a 38 race winless streak by winning the 2017-2018 Daytona 500. Mostiler used a last lap pass, and a big push from Courtney Schley to win Courtney Schley, running a part-time schedule, finished second, with pole winner TJ Howard finishing in third. Kevin Dilbeck and Britton Baker finished out the Top-5. The … Continue reading Mostiler Snaps 38 Race Winless Streak with Daytona Victory

3 Takeaways from the Clash

3 Takeaways will be a weekly series, looking at three major headlines or events during the previous race weekend. The first edition follows the conclusion of the Corvega Clash. Practice Means Nothing at Plate Tracks. It's important to note that practice at plate tracks, be it Daytona, Talladega, Rimouski, or Eight Bowl, typically means nothing toward the … Continue reading 3 Takeaways from the Clash

Wilkinson Wins Weird and Wild Clash

Joshua Wilkinson won Saturday night's rain delayed 5th Annual Corvega Clash in likely one of the weirdest editions of the race so far. The race started a little after 9:30 after lingering rains forced the postponement of the ARCA series race prior to the event, and slowed track drying into the early evening. Once the … Continue reading Wilkinson Wins Weird and Wild Clash

Howard, Turner on Front Row for Clash

The starting line up for the Corvega Clash has been set. As in previous seasons, a random draw determines the line up, and defending race winner TJ Howard will start on the Pole for the race. Blake Turner starts second. Final Practice winner Philip von Borries drew 18th, while teammate Fred Martin will start last. … Continue reading Howard, Turner on Front Row for Clash