NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series on TV: Today

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The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series is the third-tier NASCAR division where drivers race each other with modified pickup trucks. It’s just as crazy as it sounds like and the series is one of the most watched and followed motorsport series in the US. Whether you’re a big fan of motorsports or not, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series is entertaining enough to make it well worth watching. Follow the races live on TV or live streaming as delivers the latest and most accurate NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series stream schedule with upcoming events.

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

The idea behind the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series was made up by former off-road drivers who saw an opportunity in making the off-road racing more interesting and attractive. By building modified trucks and race on pavement tracks this became an instant hit which attracted fans from all over the US. The SuperTruck Series was the first name of the race division as the creation was confirmed by NASCAR in 1994.
The majority of the drivers in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series are experienced drivers who have been competing in the Cup Series earlier in their careers. In the truck series you will also find drivers who’re in the beginning of their careers getting valuable experience before entering the NASCAR Cup Series. All participants in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series have to be at minimum 16 years of age.

There are a total of 36 trucks lining up in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Unlike in the Cup Series and the Xfinity Series, the Craftsman Truck Series is held on a variety of different tracks, including dirt track, road course, short track, superspeedways and intermediate ovals.

Facts about the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

  • Transmission: 4-speed manual
  • Weight: Minimum 3 200 lb (Without driver)
  • Fuel Capacity: 18 US Gallons
  • Length: 206.5 in
  • Width: 80 in
  • Height: 60 in

The point scoring system in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series works in the same way as in the other two NASCAR series. The races are divided into two stages where the drivers can get additional points according to their position in each stage. Points are then awarded to the drivers finishing 32nd or better. The point system varies somewhat depending on how many drivers that are lining up for the race.

When all races are completed and it’s time for the Playoffs the driver with the most points will advance to the Playoffs. The top 16 drivers who have to the most wins during the regular season will join the driver with the most points into the Playoffs. If less than 16 drivers have won a race during the regular season the Playoff spots will be decided by the point scoring table.

Triple Truck Challenge

Formed in 2019, the Triple Truck Challenge is similar to the Dash 4 Cash races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. In the Triple Truck Challenge there are three consecutive races where the winner of each race will be awarded with bonus money. If the same driver manages to win more than one race the prize money will increase considerably. As of the 2021 season the races that are representing the Triple Truck Challenge are the ones on the Darlington Raceway, the Circuit of the Americas and the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Drivers’ Championship

The drivers’ championship is where all the drivers in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series compete against each other. The points gained from the races throughout the season will count towards the drivers’ championship.

Owners’ Championship

The owners’ championship is where the best car owner is crowned in the end of the season. Since a driver can represent a number of car owners during the season the owners’ championship is a way to recognize the most successful owner, regardless of how many wins a single driver has. The most successful car owner in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series history is Kyle Busch Motorsports.
The manufactures’ championship is a competition for the manufactures. Toyota, Chevrolet and Ford are the three manufactures that are participating in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Toyota and Chevrolet are currently the two most successful manufactures in the history.

Previous NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Seasons

  • 2015 – Erik Jones, Toyota, Kyle Busch Motorsports
  • 2016 – Johnny Sauter, Toyota, Kyle Busch Motorsports
  • 2017 – Christopher Bell, Toyota, Kyle Busch Motorsports
  • 2018 – Brett Moffitt, Chevrolet, Hattori Racing Enterprises
  • 2019 – Matt Crafton, Toyota, Kyle Busch Motorsports
  • 2020 – Sheldon Creed, Chevrolet, GMS Racing
  • 2021 – Ben Rhodes,Toyota, ThorSport Racing

Where can I watch the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series on TV & Live Stream?

The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series are currently covered by the Fox network. The current deal runs through 2024 and means that Fox will show the entire season live on TV or live stream. The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series TV schedule is usually subject for late changes, as why it’s a good idea to check out and the updated TV and live streaming schedule. The guide is the perfect service for all NASCAR fans who want to follow the races live. delivers an up-to-date race list with information on when and how to watch it live. The TV and live streaming is available on your computer, phone and tablet. Fox Sports 1 Fox Sports GO Fox Sports Racing RDS Info TSN 1 Motor Racing Network

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