Joey Coulter, driver of the No. 18 GunBroker.com Toyota Tundra entered the 21st race on the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule on a mission to make it three in a row for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR). Tying his track-best starting position of 10th and running as high as fifth in the first-half of the event, Coulter felt optimistic about his chances. However, a break issue with just over 40 laps remaining in the 150-lap event relegated the junior year driver to a 26th-place finish in the Lucas Oil 150 on Friday night.
Joey Coulter, driver of the No. 18 GunBroker.com Toyota Tundra heads to the desert – commonly known as Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) - for Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) event with guns blazing. Not only is the 23-year-old driver coming off his track-best finish of third at the Avondale facility, Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) has been victorious in the last two events at the 1-mile tri-oval with Brian Scott (2012) and owner-driver, Kyle Busch (2011).
With only three races remaining on the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule, Joey Coulter entered this weekend’s WinStar World Casino 350 at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) in Fort Worth with nothing to lose - “No Limits.” Starting from the 19th position, Coulter would overcome an ill-handling Darrell Gwynn Foundation Toyota Tundra to finish 12th in the Lone Star State.
Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth (TMS), known as the “No Limit’s Wild Asphalt Circus,” is the host of the 32nd Annual WinStar World Casino 350. The fast mile-and-a-half track is not only home to the Toyota Tundra, but home to the 20th race on the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule. With nothing to lose, Coulter and the No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports team head to the “Lone Star State” with “No Limits,” they are laying it all on the line in hopes of bringing home the iconic trophy – a cowboy hat.
Martinsville (Va.) Speedway’s “paperclip” is known to produce action-packed racing around the half-mile oval – trucks get roughed up and tempers tend to flare - which was no different after 200 laps in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Kroger 200. However, Joey Coulter, driver of the No. 18 Darrell Gwynn Foundation Toyota Tundra stayed out of trouble and muscled his way through traffic to finish 12th in his fifth start at the Virginia track.
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For the second time in 2013, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) will “Clock In” at Martinsville Speedway for the 30th Annual Kroger 250 on Saturday, October 26. It’s been more than six months and 16 races since the series last visited the 0.526-mile oval and Joey Coulter, driver of the No. 18 Darrell Gwynn Foundation Toyota Tundra, will tell you that his junior year hasn’t gone as planned. With several misfortunes keeping his No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports team from collecting a win this season, the team is hoping to “fall back” into place at Martinsville.
With only five races remaining on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule, Joey Coulter and the No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) team headed to the “Last Wild Card” race, Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, for the fred’s 250 powered by Coca-Cola. The 2.66-mile superspeedway produces high speed, high drama and unpredictable racing from lap to lap - a race that can take you from the back of the pack to leading in just one lap - a driver’s recipe for success at the Alabama-track, is to stay out of the “Big One.”
The 18th race on the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway is one of two superspeedway races on the 22-race schedule. The Alabama track is the largest the series visits as well as one of NASCAR’s top 10 fastest tracks on the circuit. The 2.66-mile Tri-oval holds the all-time NASCAR track record for an incredible fast lap of 212.809 produced by Bill Elliott in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying in 1987. It’s also a track that most teams circle on their calendar as “The Wild Card.”