Larson Takes Second At Michigan
Monday, June 17, 2013
F.O.E. Racing’s Kyle Larson made a late push in Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series Alliance Truck Parts 250 from Michigan but was unable to surpass Regan Smith for a trip to victory lane.
The finish was the fourth Top 5 for Larson in 2013. Rounding out the Top 5 were Paul Menard, Kyle Busch and Trevor Bayne. F.O.E. Racing teammates Nelson Piquet, Jr., and Justin Allgaier finished ninth and 12th, respectively.
After 13 races, Smith continues to build his commanding lead in the Nationwide Series standings with 495 points, followed by Sam Hornish Jr. (-58), Allgaier (-59), Austin Dillon (-67) and Elliott Sadler (-71). Larson is currently ninth in points, trailing by 92, while Piquet, Jr., is 13th, trailing by 159 points.
The Nationwide Series cars head to Elkhart Lake, Wisc., this weekend for the season’s first road course race at Road America, airing live on ESPN at 5 p.m. ET. The truck series returns Thursday, June 27, at Kentucky for the UNOH 225, where the black-and-yellow F.O.E. Chevy Silverado attempts to defend its place in Victory Lane. The race will air live on SPEED at 7:30 p.m. ET.
F.O.E.’s Jeb Burton Wins Texas Truck Race
Monday, June 10, 2013
Rookie F.O.E. driver Jeb Burton scored his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win Friday night as he took the checkered flag in the WinStar World Casino 400k from Texas.
Burton held off a hard-charging Ty Dillon to preserve the victory, which is the second this season for the F.O.E., following Kyle Larson’s Truck Series win at Rockingham on April 14. German Quiroga, Matt Crafton and Brendan Gaughan rounded out the Top 5 from Friday’s race. F.O.E teammates James Buescher and Miguel Paludo finished 9th and 10th.
After seven (7) races, Burton trails Crafton by 23 points for the series points lead. Gaughan is currently third (-35), followed by Johnny Sauter (-45) and Ryan Blaney (-47). Buescher, the defending Truck Series Champion, is currently in sixth, trailing by 50 points. Paludo is currently ninth, 74 points behind the leader.
Though weather pushed the start of the NASCAR Nationwide Series Pioneer 250 from Iowa back a day, the F.O.E. team continued to chug along, recording two Top 10 finishes.
Kyle Larson finished fifth on Sunday afternoon, behind race winner Trevor Bayne, Austin Dillon, Elliott Sadler and Sam Hornish Jr. F.O.E. teammates Justin Allgaier and Nelson Piquet Jr. finished eighth and 25th, respectively.
Through 12 races, Allgaier leads all F.O.E. drivers in the standings, where he currently sits third. Regan Smith leads with 448 points, followed by Hornish (-23), Allgaier (-44), Dillon (-46) and Sadler (-60). Larson is currently 10th, trailing by 87 points, with Piquet Jr., in 13th, trailing by 147 points.
The Nationwide Series returns to action Saturday at 2:15 p.m. ET for the Alliance Truck Parts 250 from Michigan, live on ABC. The Truck Series takes a break until Thursday, July 27, when the No. 31 F.O.E. Chevy returns to Kentucky for the UNOH 225, where James Buescher attempts to repeat his Kentucky victory from Sept. 2012 behind the wheel of the black-and-yellow Eagles truck. The race airs live on SPEED at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Larson, Allgaier Record Top 12 Finishes at Dover
Monday, June 03, 2013
F.O.E. Racing drivers Kyle Larson and Justin Allgaier continued their solid seasons, recording 10th and 12th place finishes in Saturday’s 5-Hour Energy 200 from Dover.
Cup Series regular Joey Logano picked up the win, followed by Brian Vickers, Matt Kenseth, Trevor Bayne and Kyle Busch. F.O.E. teammate Nelson Piquet Jr., finished 20th.
After 11 races, Allgaier leads all F.O.E. drivers with 368 points, which places him fourth in the overall standings, trailing leader Regan Smith by 43 points. Sam Hornish Jr., is in second, trailing by 27 points, followed by Vickers in third, who is only one point ahead of Allgaier.
Austin Dillon rounds out the Top 5, trailing Smith by 53 points. Larson is currently in ninth place, trailing by 89 points. Piquet Jr., is 13th with 282 points, 129 out of first place.
The Championship hangover continued for James Buescher with a 15th place finish in Friday afternoon’s Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race. Kyle Busch took home the victory, followed by Matt Crafton, Ryan Blaney, Chase Elliott and Brendan Gaughan. F.O.E. driver Jeb Burton continued his solid season with a ninth place finish while Miguel Paludo finished 18th.
Through six races, Burton trails points leader Crafton by just 30 points. Gaughan currently sits in third (-35), followed by Johnny Sauter (-43) and Blaney (-44). Buescher is in sixth place, trailing by 45 points, while Paludo is in ninth, trailing by 69 points.
The Camping World Truck Series returns to action Friday night at 8:30 p.m. ET on SPEED for the WinStar World Casino 400k from Texas. The Nationwide Series races under the lights at Iowa for the Pioneer Hi-Bred 250, live at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Buescher, Paludo Record Top 10 Finishes at Charlotte
Monday, May 20, 2013
James Buescher recovered from an accident on lap 116 to finish sixth in Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series North Carolina Education Lottery 200 from Charlotte. Through five races, Buescher has two Top 10 finishes, but is still searching for his first Top 5.
Kyle Busch took the checkered flag, followed by Brendan Gaughan, Max Gresham, Matt Crafton and Ty Dillon. F.O.E. teammates Miguel Paludo and Jeb Burton finished seventh and 13th.
Luck has yet to fall on the side of Buescher in 2013 as he currently sits fifth in points, 31 behind leader Crafton, in the quest for his second consecutive Truck Series Championship. Burton is currently second, trailing by 22 points, followed by Dillon (-27) and Gaughan (-31). Paludo sits ninth, 52 points out of first.
The Truck Series returns to action Friday, May 31, at 4:30 p.m. on SPEED. The Nationwide Series took the week off but makes its way around the 1.5-mile Charlotte track Saturday at 2:45 p.m. on ABC.
Hit The Track With The F.O.E. at Kentucky!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Fraternal Order of Eagles returns to the hood of the Turner-Scott Motorsports No. 31 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Chevy Silverado of James Buescher Thursday, June 27, at Kentucky Speedway and we want you to be a part of the action! For the first time ever, the F.O.E. is offering three special ticket packages, including a package with tickets to the NASCAR Sprint Cup (June 29), Nationwide (June 28) and Truck Series races for $195. Other packages include the Truck Series and Nationwide Series race for $135 and the Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series race for $159.
All ticket purchases include access to the Membership Drive Chalet on Friday with burgers, subs, chips, beverages and a cash bar, one (1) fan zone pass with access to the Infield Fan Zone & pit road and a guided pit tour. This deal is available to everyone, so feel free to bring your non-Eagle friends along and show them what the F.O.E. is all about. The Grand Aerie Membership Department will be on hand throughout the weekend to spread the word of the Eagles to patrons at the track for each day’s race.
Individual race tickets are $23 for the Camping World Truck Series race, $36 for the Nationwide Series race and $60 for the Sprint Cup Series race. Those who would like to attend the Nationwide Series race as well as the Membership Drive Chalet have the option of buying a $99 package. Deadline to purchase ticket packages is June 21. To order your tickets today, contact the Membership Department at 614-883-2177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the official flier here