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Cale Gale gets into the wall and spins
After making contact with Kyle Larson, Gale hits the wall and spins as Parker Kligerman narrowly escapes.
Victory Lane: Cale Gale
An emotional Gale celebrates his first CWTS victory after a thrilling finish at Homestead.
Gale and Armstrong bring out late caution
Dakoda Armstrong has a tire go down while battling with Cale Gale that sends both trucks into the Turn 3 wall.
Gale crashes, problems for Keselowski
Possible problems for Brad Keselowski backup the field on a late-race restart causing a hard crash with Cale Gale .
Bad luck for Gale
Justin Lofton loses control of his truck, after making contact with Brendan Gaughan, and Cale Gale runs into the back of Lofton.
Skinner hit by a Gale force wind
Contact sends Cale Gale into Mike Skinner, destroying both trucks just past the halfway point of the race.
Kyle Busch Motorsports sets crew chief lineup
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today the addition of Kevin "Bono" Manion to the team's crew chief lineup for the team's three-truck effort in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for 2016. Manion will call the shots for the Tundra that will be shared by drivers Daniel Suarez and Cody Coughlin . Additionally, the team announced that 2015 Truck Series champion crew chief Rudy Fugle will be paired with 2015 K&N Pro Series East champion William Byron and veteran crew chief Jerry Baxter will guide Christopher Bell 's efforts. Manion brings with him 12 years of experience as a NASCAR crew chief, spending the last 10 seasons in the Sprint Cup Series. The Massachusetts native collected five victories in his time atop the pit box in NASCAR’s premier series, including two marquee wins with Jamie McMurray in 2010; the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400. Before graduating into NASCAR's top division, he guided Martin Truex Jr ., to back-to-back NASCAR XFINITY Series titles in 2004 and 2005. In addition to his five Sprint Cup Series victories, Manion boasts 15 XFINITY Series wins; 13 with Truex Jr., and two with Dale Earnhardt Jr . Fugle begins his third season as a crew chief at KBM and fifth overall with the team. Under his tutelage last season, Erik Jones posted three wins, five poles, 925 laps led, 11 top-five and 20 top-10 finishes en route to becoming the youngest champion in Truck Series history and the first driver to collect both the Rookie of the Year and the series title in the same year. The duo also nabbed KBM its record-breaking fourth Truck Series Owner's championship last season, which was the second with Fugle calling the shots. In 2013, he led KBM’s No. 51 Tundra team to a series-leading six wins and an Owner’s Championship. The New York native's Truck Series drivers have totaled nine wins, six poles, 21 top-five and 35 top-10 finishes across his 44 races atop the pit box for KBM. Baxter begins his fourth season atop the pit box for KBM. Combined in his first three seasons, the California native’s drivers posted seven wins, three poles, 1171 laps led, 24 top-five and 40 top-10 finishes across 67 starts. The veteran crew chief spent the 2015 season calling the shots for KBM's No. 51 team, which collected two wins, 10 top-five and 14 top-10 finishes with drivers Daniel Suarez (12 starts), Matt Tifft (six starts), Kyle Busch (three starts) and Christopher Bell (one start) behind the wheel. In addition to his seven wins at KBM, his resume includes a Truck Series win with Cale Gale in 2012 and a NASCAR XFINITY Series win with David Reutimann in 2007. "The goal at KBM is to have all three of our teams competing for wins and top fives every race and consistently be among the battle for the Owner's Championship," Busch said. "Rudy, Jerry and the group of crew members that they have assembled on their respective teams, and everyone in the shop have accomplished those goals the past few seasons and the third team made strides through all of last season. With the addition of Bono -- a guy who is a true racer and a proven winner at NASCAR's highest level -- as the leader of that group of guys, I'm confident that their performance level will be much improved this season."
Jimmie ties Cale at 83 wins
Jimmie Johnson makes history at Dover International Speedway by winning his 11th race at the 1-mile oval, and tying Cale Yarborough with 83 career wins in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
Jimmie Johnson on Yarborough: 'Cale, you're the man'
Dover winner Jimmie Johnson tells a Cale Yarborough story in Victory Lane and reflects on what it means to match his hero's 83 wins.
Chad and Jimmie expand on what it means to tie Cale Yarborough
Go inside Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Victory Lane and catch up with Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus after Johnson ties Cale Yarborough with his 83rd Monster Energy Series win.