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Cole Whitt

Cole Whitt, of Alpine, California, is a stock car driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He drives the #60 Red Bull Chevrolet for Turn one Racing. In 2008, Whitt was the USAC National Midget champion. He was also Hoosier Sprint Car Rookie of the Year in 2006 and received the USAC Super License Award in 2010.
Cole Whitt, of Alpine, California, is a stock car driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He drives the #60 Red Bull Chevrolet for Turn one Racing. In 2008, Whitt was the USAC National Midget champion. He was also Hoosier Sprint Car Rookie of the Year in 2006 and received the USAC Super License Award in 2010. « Show less

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  • JR Motorsports hopes to have Danica back in 2013

    JR Motorsports hopes to have Danica back in 2013
    JR Motorsports hopes Danica Patrick will stay the course next season. Team co-owner Kelly Earnhardt-Miller says Patrick has expressed interest in running again in the Nationwide Series and that the team is trying to finalize sponsorship and a driver...
  • Kurt Busch edges Hamlin for Nationwide victory at Richmond

    Kurt Busch edges Hamlin for Nationwide victory at Richmond
    By the thinnest of margins, in a breathtaking finish that featured two cars sideways and side-by-side at the finish line, Kurt Busch beat Denny Hamlin to the checkered flag by .062 seconds to win Friday night's Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond...
  • Kyle Busch capitalizes on late caution for Richmond win, Bowyer is seventh

    Kyle Busch capitalizes on late caution for Richmond win, Bowyer is seventh
    Pulling away from Dale Earnhardt Jr. after a restart with eight laps left in Saturday night's Capital City 400 at Richmond International Raceway, Kyle Busch streaked to his fourth straight victory in the spring race at the .75-mile track. The win was...