Justin Allgaier celebrates his second career win. (Photo: Randy Peterson)

With the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series taking a much needed break from the action this weekend, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and Nationwide Series take to the 1.5 tri-oval speedway of Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois for some great racing and excitement. Last year in the Nationwide Series, Trevor Bayne came back from his six week illness induced layoff but it was Justin Allgaier who won over Carl Edwards as both drivers ran out of fuel at the end. Will this year’s race end in an exciting finish? There are only two Sprint Cup drivers taking time away from their vacation to race at Chicagoland this weekend; Sam Hornish, Jr has been driving the No. 22 for the suspended A.J. Allmendinger will¬†continue to drive the No. 12 for Penske Racing and Kyle Busch will strap in for his own team, Kyle Busch Motorsports,¬†and give his big brother Kurt a much needed rest behind the wheel.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series:
2011 Pole Winner:
Steve Aprin
2011 Winner: Austin Dillon
Laps: 100
Distance: 225 Miles

Friday, July 20th, 2012:

NO TV Coverage

Saturday, July 21, 2012:

12:30 PM NASCAR Nationwide Series Practice ESPN 2
2: 30 PM NASCAR Nationwide Series Final Practice ESPN 2
4:00PM NASCAR Camping World Truck Series SPEED
5:00PM ARCA Re-Max Series SPEED
7:00PM Speed Center SPEED
7:30PM NCWTS Set-Up SPEED
8:00PM NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race SPEED
(American Ethanol 225)

NASCAR Nationwide Series Race:
2011 Pole Winner:
Aric Almirola
2011 Winner: Justin Allgaier
Laps: 200
Distance: 300 Miles

Sunday, July 22, 2012:

11:30 AM NASCAR Nationwide Series Qualifying ESPN 2
2:00PM NASCAR Countdown ESPN
3:00PM NASCAR Nationwide Series Race ESPN
(STP 300. Justin Allgaier in-race reporter)

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