Talk:Camping World Truck Series
This entire article uses a lot of racing terminology that makes it difficult to understand for someone who is unfamiliar with racing.
- For a short time in 1995, NASCAR adopted traditional short-track rules by inverting a number of cars at the front of the grid after complaints about some races where drivers led the entire event. That was dropped quickly after some races ended as walkovers for drivers, leading entire races.
- Sounds like they implemented this rule to fix a problem, but eliminated the rule because of the same problem???
- A more popular rule that was effective until the middle of the 2004 season was the "overtime" rule. Unless interrupted by weather, Craftsman Truck Series races had to end under green flag conditions, and the rule mandated that all races must end with a minimum of two consecutive laps in green flag condition, often referred to as a "green-white-checkered" finish. Since racing to the yellow flag was prohibited until 1998 (and again in 2003 under the current free pass rule), scoring reverted to the last completed lap, and until racing back to the line was legalised in 1998, if the yellow waved during the first lap of a green-white-checkered finish, the entire situation would be reset.
- Not sure what the bolded sections mean
- A notable part-time driver in the Truck series is long-time NEXTEL Cup star Mark Martin, who has a full-time NEXTEL Cup ride but has announced that 2006 will be his last season in that series. He will race full-time in the Truck series starting in 2007.
- This just sounds like slang.
--Mugsywwiii 00:44, 7 July 2006 (UTC)
Free pass means that the dirvers who are a lap down can pass the leaders during the caution lap to regain those laps so they wont be a lap down. Any others questions ask me. User:halo_31887
I've added a photo request template because while the series logo is displayed, someone who has never heard of the series could read this article and still not know what the trucks look like.Mustang6172 03:52, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
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