Sixteen-year-old becomes youngest winner in the history of NASCAR's top-three touring series; earns presidential scholarship from race sponsor UNOH LOUDON, N.H. - Youth was served in the Camping World Truck Series' return to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday. At 16 years, seven months and 28 days, Cole Custer became the youngest winner in the history of NASCAR's top-three touring series - Sprint Cup, Nationwide, Camping World Truck - taking the checkers in the UNOH 175 in only his seventh career Truck start. With the win, Custer also earned a presidential scholarship from University of Northwestern Ohio President Dr. Jeff Jarvis, who surprised him with the news during the celebration in Sunoco Victory Lane. "It's awesome. I can’t believe it. It’s such a ... FULL STORY »
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