Phillips crew chief estimates Phillips won nearly one thousand times on weekly series racetracks. His outstanding career has been noticed as he is on the 2014 NASCAR Hall of Fame nomination list.
Nominee for 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame class
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Larry McReynolds and the No. 20 crew chief Jason Ratcliff breakdown the keys to a successful setup for the bumpy Kentucky Speedway.
Larry McReynolds breaks down the teamwork and precision that goes in to making a successful NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pit stop.
Larry McReynolds talks about the dangers of running low air pressure at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Organization will run three trucks next season Kyle Busch Motorsports will shuffle its crew chiefs ahead of the 2015 Camping World Truck Series season, the organization announced on Thursday. Veteran crew chief Jerry Baxter, who was teamed with Darrell Wallace Jr . for five wins over the past two seasons, will serve as the crew chief for the No. 51 truck. That truck has won back-to-back owner's championships in the series and will be driven by team owner Kyle Busch , Matt Tifft and Daniel Suarez in 2015. RELATED: KBM sets 2015 lineup "Jerry came to KBM with a history of success working with young drivers, and Darrell thrived under his tutelage the last two seasons," Busch said in a team release. "Now, he'll get the chance to mentor Daniel (Suarez) and Matt (Tifft) -- two more young guys with a lot of potential -- and with Eric's ( Phillips ) departure, he and Rudy will take on some added responsibility on the competition side." Phillips moved up to the XFINITY Series and will serve as a crew chief for the No. 18 entry to be driven by Suarez. RELATED: JGR sets crew chief lineup for 2015 Shannon Rursch, who spent the past season as a crew chief for Turner Scott Motorsports in both the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series, will be the crew chief for the No. 54 entry to be driven by Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate Justin Boston . "I'm really honored to be joining KBM -- an organization that has a proven track record of being able to win races and championships," Rursch said in a team release. "I'm looking forward to the opportunity to come in and learn what has made them so successful and hopefully bring a few things to the table. I don't see any reason why Justin can't go out and win some races and be a leading contender for the Rookie of the Year Award with the equipment we have in place and the resources available to us from Toyota." As previously announced, Ryan "Rudy" Fugle will be the pit boss for Erik Jones ' first full-time campaign in the series. The two teamed together for Jones' first national series win in 2013 at Phoenix. Jones will drive the No. 4 Toyota Tundra. Last season, Jones, Wallace Jr. and Busch combined for 14 wins, the most ever by an organization in a single season of Camping World Truck Series competition. The 2015 season will kick off on Feb. 20 at Daytona International Speedway . MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Former crew chief Larry MacReynolds breaks down the new rule and car changes that will affect the race in Pocono.
Larry McReynolds explains how to setup a NSCS car for the unique Sonoma Raceway.
Baker, Elliott, Labonte, Stefanik, Yates added to ballot