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Gander Outdoors Truck Series News

Despite not producing the race results Codie Rohrbaugh and his CR7 Motorsports team know they are capable of, the Mooresville, N.C.-based NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series team invades Texas Motor Speedway this week looking to earn a solid finish ahead of a busy summer schedule.

After some early-season struggles, Rohrbaugh and his Doug George-led team took huge steps in their overall improvement of the family-owned team last month at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway. Producing practice times inside the top-10 during both sessions, he qualified a career-best 14th.

While trouble found his No. 9 Grant County Mulch Chevrolet Silverado during the N.C. Education Lottery 200, Rohrbaugh and his group look to finish what they started in Friday night’s 400.

“I’ve been looking forward to getting to Texas for the past couple of weeks,” said Rohrbaugh. “I think we impressed a lot of people with the speed in our Chevrolet Silverado at Charlotte last month even though we didn’t have the result we were looking for. Still, we’re making huge gains and our fight continues this week and look forward to a good night Friday night.”

Rohrbaugh credits the recent uptick in the team’s performance because of their surroundings. From crew chief Doug George to general manager Mark Huff, the freshman Gander Truck Series team has a strong circle of personnel that is allowing Rohrbaugh to showcase his ability.

“I’m very blessed,” added Rohrbaugh. “Without Grant County Mulch and the inner circle of CR7 Motorsports, I don’t think we would be making the gains we’ve had in such a short amount of time. We are one big family. From the top to the bottom, we stick together, and I think our determination to put a fast race truck on the track every weekend will continue for the rest of the year.”

Poised to make his fifth career Gander Truck Series start this weekend, the Petersburg, West Virginia native is hopeful that his Texas experience last November will play into his hands for his third NGOTS start of the year.

“We had an eventful race last November at Texas, but we still wound up with a top-20 finish,” added Rohrbaugh. “I’m hopeful that we can take what we learned last year and apply it to this week to give us a good baseline for practice and qualifying.

“The temperatures will be much hotter this week, but we’re prepared for that and look forward to the opportunity to earn our strongest result of the season.”

In 20 career ARCA starts, Rohrbaugh has a best finish of seventh twice at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway (July 2018 and Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway (February 2019). He has qualified a career-best fourth on four different occasions including at Kansas Speedway (Oct. 2018).

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Following Texas Motor Speedway, the 25-year-old plans to return to the Gander Truck Series scene at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway on June 28.

The 400 (167 laps| 250.5 miles) is the ninth of 23 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series races on the 2019 schedule. Practice begins on Thurs., June 6 from 2:05 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. A second practice session is set for 4:05 p.m. – 4:55 p.m., with a final session set from 6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Qualifying is set for race day, Fri., June 7 beginning at 4:35 p.m. The 32-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 8:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Central).

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With spring break in the rearview mirror, Austin Wayne Self (@AustinWSelf) and his AM Racing team head to Texas Motor Speedway looking for their second top-10 finish together in Friday night’s 400.
Self will make his seventh NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) start at the 1.5-mile track but eyes his first top-10 at his hometown track.
In his previous six starts, Self has maneuvered a best finish of 12th in 2017 – but has also finished inside the top-20 five times.
Eager to get back to the race track, Self hopes the standalone Texas race brings the opportunity to earn his sixth career top-10 Gander Outdoors Truck Series finish.
“Super excited to get back to Texas Motor Speedway,” said Self. “We’ve been working hard on our Texas truck the last few weeks. Texas means so much to me being the track I grew up watching races and also have the support United Sorghum Checkoff Program along with GO TEXAN.
“Always a big week when we show up in the home state.” 
For the ninth NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) race of the year and second time this season, AM Racing will carry the brand of the United Sorghum Checkoff Program, while also commemorating GO TEXAN and their 20th-year celebration.
Sorghum is the world’s fifth-most important grain crop and is grown on approximately 100 million acres worldwide, including approximately six million acres in the U.S. Currently, Texas and Kansas account for 80 percent of U.S. sorghum production.

The Sorghum Checkoff focuses on developing direct awareness of the benefits of using sorghum as a fuel and feedstock in the ethanol industry and urges consumers to choose E15 at the pumps. 

Ethanol serves as the foundation of demand for the sorghum industry, as ethanol producers typically use about one-third of the sorghum crop to produce clean-burning, high octane fuel.

The Sorghum Checkoff program was introduced to AM Racing through GO TEXAN who is celebrating its third year of partnership with the team and serving as the primary partner on AM Racing’s truck for a majority of the 2019 season.
“The Sorghum Checkoff program has been fantastic and I’m looking forward to having them back on the truck this weekend,” added Self. “They always embrace their experience at the race track and I’d like to reward them for their continued support with our best finish of the season.”
The 23-year-old Self also hopes his final visit to the Lone Star state this season will provide the chance to get his AM Racing track back on track after a two-race slide at Kansas and Charlotte respectively.
“Texas is the perfect place to get our year back on track,” Self added. “Texas is so fun to race. The new Turn 1 and 2 is almost like a road course corner, where you can overdrive it easy. It makes for some really good racing and makes you think about your passing opportunities. It’s going to be a good show on Friday night, and I can’t wait to get there.”
The United Sorghum Checkoff Program and Texas Department of Agriculture’s GO TEXAN program will support Self in his 70th career start.

GO TEXAN, celebrating its 20th Birthday this year, represents Texas agri-business on state, national and international levels by building recognition with the GO TEXAN mark.

Along with its signature mark in the shape of Texas, GO TEXAN celebrates, promotes and supports the business savvy and plainspoken grit Texas agriculture is known for throughout the world.

AM Technical Solutions, Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle and Kreuz Market will serve as associate partners in the ninth race of the year.

In 69 NGOTS races, the 2015 ARCA Menards Series Rookie of the Year has one top-five (second at Daytona 2017) and five top-10 finishes. The Texan maintains an average finish of 18.3 during his three years of competition.

The Austin, Texas native is nestled 17th in the championship standings with 15 races remaining.

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To learn about the United Sorghum Checkoff Program and sorghum’s benefits, please visit

For more information on Don’t mess with Texas and how you can become involved in the program, visit 

For additional information on CForce premium artesian water, please visit

For more on Flying Circle, please visit, like them on Facebook (FlyingCircleGear) and follow them on Instagram (@flyingcirclegear) and Twitter (@flyingcircle_). Also connect with Flying Circle on Pinterest and YouTube.

For more on Kreuz Market, please visit like them on Facebook (KreuzMarketLockhart) and follow them on Twitter (@kreuzmarket).

The 400 (167 laps| 250.5 miles) is the ninth of 23 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series races on the 2019 schedule. Practice begins on Thurs., June 6 from 2:05 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. A final practice session is set for 4:05 p.m. – 4:55 p.m. Qualifying is set for race day, Fri., June 7 beginning at 4:35 p.m. The 32-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 8:00 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Central).

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Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today changes to the organization's crew chief lineup that will take effect beginning with Friday's NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. Marcus Richmond will move over to guide the No. 46 team for its next two events; at Iowa Speedway with Riley Herbst and at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway with Chandler Smith. Wes Ward, shop foreman at KBM, will serve as the interim crew chief for Todd Gilliland this week at Texas and Michael Shelton, who previously served as the crew chief for the No. 46 team's limited schedule this season, will serve as interim crew chief for Gilliland at Gateway and Iowa.


On Point Motorsports is proud to welcome back Bad Boy Mowers as Primary Sponsor on their No. 30 Toyota Tundra for this weekend’s NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series event at Texas Motor Speedway. For the fourth time this season, Brennan Poole will pilot the No. 30 Bad Boy Mowers Toyota Tundra in the running of the 400 on Friday night at the Fort Worth, Texas track.
“Bill and everyone at Bad Boy Mowers have been a great partner for us this season and we truly appreciate their continued support,” stated Poole. “We have one of their new Renegade mowers at the shop and never before have I seen guys be so anxious to mow the lawn – it is a Bad Boy for sure. We are coming off a great run in Charlotte as we continue to grow as a team and make our trucks better. I continue to gel even further with these guys and look forward to another strong outing on Friday night.”
Poole is coming off a NGOTS career-best finish of second at Charlotte Motor Speedway a few weeks ago as he chased down eventual winner Kyle Busch in the closing laps. Despite missing one race earlier this season, the Texas native sits 13th in the driver’s overall points standings heading into Texas. Brennan finished ninth in the series first visit to Texas Motor Speedway in April and looks to improve on that.
“We are excited to continue our relationship with Brennan Poole and the entire On Point Motorsports team,” stated Bill Hurst of Bad Boy Mowers. “It was impressive to see them continue to run strong and contend for the win last time out in Charlotte. We look forward to watching them fly our colors again this weekend in Texas.”
The running of the 400 will be Friday June 7th and can be seen LIVE on FS1 at 9:00 pm ET and heard nationally on Motor Racing Network (MRN) and Sirius XM Satellite NASCAR.
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DGR-Crosley announced today that RAILBLAZA has partnered with Tyler Ankrum for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, Texas) on Friday. RAILBLAZA, an outdoor mounting system company, will be the primary sponsor on Ankrum’s No. 17 Toyota Tundra as he competes in the 400.
This weekend will mark the first time that the New Zealand based company has entered the NASCAR scene as a primary sponsor. They will jump on board for Ankrum’s fifth Gander Trucks race of the season after missing the first three races due to age restrictions.
“I’m really excited to be carrying the RAILBLAZA colors at Texas this weekend,” said Ankrum. “It’s a special weekend for me altogether but being able to welcome a company like RAILBLAZA into the sport is really awesome. Being an outdoors guy, the partnership makes perfect sense. Hopefully, we will put on an exciting race and get our RAILBLAZA Tundra a good finish.”
The 18-year-old San Bernardino, Calif. native has one previous start at the 1.5-mile track in Texas where he earned a career-best finish of sixth-place. Ankrum has two other 1.5-mile starts this season where he earned an 11th-place finish at Kansas Speedway and finished 27th at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway when a late-race incident took him out of contention. Ankrum sits 16th in driver point standings after missing the first three races of the season. 
Not only will Ankrum be racing at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, he will also be receiving his high school diploma before climbing in for 250 miles of racing. Ankrum is part of the 2019 Mooresville High School graduating class but will miss the formal ceremony to be at the race track. In honor of his accomplishment, Texas Motor Speedway will hold a brief ceremony before pre-race driver introductions. The pre-race ceremony and 400 will be broadcast live on FS1 beginning at 8:00 p.m., ET.
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NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) winner Ross Chastain will officially declare for NGOTS points for the remainder of the 2019 season.

“After much consideration and many conversations, I’ve decided to pursue championship points in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series, effective immediately,” said Chastain.

“This shift will allow me to be in the truck race this weekend in Texas, and I’m grateful to everyone at Niece Motorsports for giving me this opportunity.”

Chastain, who at the beginning of the season declared for NASCAR XFINITY Series points, will have to win a race and be in the top-20 in NGOTS drivers points for a chance to compete in the series playoffs. 

“I’m thankful to everyone at Johnny Davis Motorsports and Kaulig Racing for their efforts this year,” said Chastain.  “I will continue to run races for each organization where sponsorship for 2019 has been solidified.

“I know this is the best decision for me at this time and am thankful for everyone who has and will continue to support me moving forward into 2019 and beyond.”

Chastain earned his first NGOTS win earlier this season at Kansas Speedway, it was also the first win for Niece Motorsports in just its third fulltime season of competition.

“I know it won’t be easy, but I believe this team is capable of making the playoffs and competing for a championship with Ross,” said team owner Al Niece.  “Ross, Phil, Cody and every single employee at this team have worked incredibly hard to continue to advance this program.  We are proud to bring trucks capable of winning to the race track.  It takes a lot of work to get there, and we don’t take it lightly.  We’re ready to see what the next eight races bring.”

Chastain will pilot the No. 38 Chevrolet Silverado at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday, June 7.

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Officials at Spencer Boyd Racing announced a new partnership today with  The recently launched marketplace is a quick and efficient solution to online buying from a selection of thousands of firearms, ammunition, optics, parts and accessories.
“I love my country and the freedoms we have,” comments Spencer Boyd.  “I enjoy hunting in the off-season and target shooting whenever I can. is my new place to spend time dreaming about what I want to shoot next and accessorize my current arsenal.  I’m looking forward to kicking off this great partnership in the great state of Texas this week.” offers competitive prices and fast shipping.  All products are new and come with the manufacturer’s warranty.  Products from featured brands like Glock, Browning, Bushnell, Magpul, Remington, and many more can be found in just a few clicks.
“Who better to partner with than the most patriotic driver in NASCAR,” asks Marketing Director Josh Martinez.  “The demographics of NASCAR fans match our target audience so it is truly a great match to help market the launch our website.”
Driver of the No. 20 Chevrolet Silverado for Young’s Motorsports, Spencer Boyd, will boast his new partner’s logos on an appropriately red, white, and blue paint scheme this Friday night in Ft. Worth.  “We had a solid run as a team last time we were in No Limits, TX and it's Young’s Motorsports home track, so we want to improve from last time out and do our new partner proud,” says Boyd.
The 400 at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday June 7, 2019 will mark first appearance in NASCAR.

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White, former Marine, former NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series driver, is looking to come back to NASCAR and race for a cause.
He is energetic and passionate about Veterans with PTSD, depression, and reducing the Veteran suicide rate. He is securing sponsors for his NASCAR ride, but is looking for more, which would help his mission in waging war against Veteran suicide. 
He has over the weeks encouraged Veterans, if they have had issues to call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255. So it would make perfect sense to partner with Mission 22. 
Mission 22 is a non-profit who combats the ever-rising veteran suicide rate. Every day, more than twenty veterans are lost to suicide. Mission 22 wants to bring that number to zero. It does this with three main programs; veteran treatment programs, memorials and national awareness. Mission 22 provides treatment programs to veterans for Post-Traumatic Stress, and other issues they might be facing. It organizes events and builds memorials to create social impact and awareness for these issues. Mission 22 also has an Ambassador volunteer program for people to get involved as well. Ambassadors educate the public on veteran issues, help get veterans into Mission 22 treatment programs and create resources in their communities. Through these three programs, it enables a push for the betterment of our nation's heroes and stands united in the war against veteran suicide. 
"I am very excited to be a part of this organization, I want to help other Veterans, so this is an honor to be a part of an organization this influential. I think with my fanbase and my racing career, we have the potential to be very powerful with reducing the Veteran suicide rate. To save a Veterans life, is a success, a battle won. I would hope someone would do the same for me. Mission 22 also has FREE treatment programs for Veterans and has partnered with other organizations to help Veterans and their families. This organization has such a powerful message, and I agree with all of it. Mission 22, all the way!" Josh said. 
To learn more information, for Mission 22 visit and for Josh White, visit 
Josh white is looking to get on track, as he is United with Mission 22 in the war against Veteran suicide! You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter @Fightingmarine
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An innovative idea has paid off for JJL Motorsports and driver Jesse Little that will propel them to competing in the upcoming NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) race at Iowa Speedway.

With a huge marketing push from Skuttle Tight, a Willmar, Minn.-based manufacturer that offers two insulted attic access system that are easy to install, nearly 30 companies have pledged their support to join JJL Motorsports as an associate marketing partner for the upcoming M&M's 200 presented Casey's General Store at the 0.875-mile short track on June 15.

In addition to Sku ttle Tight, the No. 97 Ford F-150 will adorn the logos of BAM, BJ Electric, BK Plumbing, CDS, Fenstra Insurance, Fireside Hearth & Home, Floor To Ceiling, General Mailing, Hair Spys, Iowa Speedway, Johns Machine, KRA Speedway, Lakeland Broadcast, Luminaries LTD, Miller Sanitation, MKCH, Perkins Lumber, Print Masters, Project Build, Quick Signs, Quality Title, Ramaker, Ruffs Wings, Rule Tire & Auto, Thermoseal, Thurston Inc., Tony Iams Trucking, TPI Hospitality, Uncommon and Willmar Forklift.

"The overwhelming support for Iowa is so much appreciated," said driver Jesse Little.

"Skuttle Tight has been a great partner of ours and for them to take the initiative and help drum up additional support so we can race Iowa and we're hopeful in the coming weeks we can get more support for Gateway too. The effort by everyone though is just very humbling for our small race team.

"We have a lot to be excited about heading to Iowa it's a track that I enjoy competing at, so I'm eager to get out there and bring everyone a good finish."

To help kick off the partnership, Little and his No. 97 JJL Motorsports F-150 will appear at Ruff's Wings and Sports Bar (2100 US-12, Willmar, MN 56201) on June 11 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. with an official meet and greet with Little and members of his team.

The event is open to the public and local media are encouraged to attend.

In addition Parker FiberNet, Visit Kingsport, Grindstaff Rub, PFC Brakes, Penske Shocks and Dkota Investments will be showcased in Little's 28th career start.

Before Iowa Speedway, JJL Motorsports will have an updated inventory of items on their official online store which will include a new tee-shirt design available in several different sizes.

Be sure to stay tuned to JJL Motorsports and Jesse Little's social media platforms where an upcoming contest will allow you the opportunity to win a pair of Skuttle Tight-themed cornhole boards for your summer extravaganza.

For more on Skuttle Tight, please visit or by calling 1-866-SKUTTLE. Also visit them on Facebook (Skuttle Tight Inc.) or on Twitter @SkuttleTight.

To learn more about Parker FiberNet, please visit

Visit Dkota Investments online at

For all that Visit Kingsport has to offer, please visit

For more on the Grindstaff Rub. Co and their products, please visit

For more on Jesse Little, please like him on Facebook at Jesse Little Racing.

Little tweets too. Follow him @JesseLittle97.

For additional information on JJL Motorsports, please visit

JJL Motorsports tweets too. Follow them @JJL_Motorsports.

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Lucky fans will have the opportunity to win a Destiny Homes S.M.A.R.T. Series home, a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and $10,000 if NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series reigning champion Brett Moffitt can win all three events in NASCAR’s “Triple Truck Challenge.” The Destiny Homes S.M.A.R.T Series Dream Home Giveaway presented by Iowa Realty kicks off Thursday, May 23 and runs through Friday, June 21, 2019.

Fans can enter the sweepstakes at If Moffitt wins all three races, the grand prize will be the S.M.A.R.T. Series home from Destiny Homes for one fan. Another lucky fan will be drawn to win the Chevy Silverado, valued over $50,000. A third fan can win the $10,000 cash prize.

Even if Moffitt does not win all three races, the Silverado will be given away if Moffitt wins at Iowa and Gateway. The $10,000 cash prize will be awarded if Moffitt only wins at Gateway. The Triple Truck Challenge races are Texas Motor Speedway on June 7, Iowa Speedway on June 15 and World Wide Technology Raceway (Gateway) on June 22.

“For the last couple years our company has diligently been searching and implementing land acquisition and residential construction models in attempt to assist with the Essential Housing demand in central Iowa,” said Dan Sparks, president of Destiny Homes.

“In addition, being long time race fans, we have always looked for a way to support local talent whom excels in racing. In the past, we have supported Brett Moffitt and feel that in some way we were part of his astonishing year in 2018 winning the championship. We cannot think of a better way to support Brett and serve the need of Essential Housing for one lucky fan in Central Iowa than with our S.M.A.R.T. Series brand.”

Since last year, Moffitt has accumulated one win (Iowa), two top-five (Texas and Iowa), two top-10 finishes and led 127 laps combined at Texas, Iowa and Gateway.

“We are really thankful for what Gander Outdoors is doing for the series with the Triple Truck Challenge, and I am just as excited to have our sponsors at Destiny Homes and Iowa Realty offer fans the chance to win a $250,000 home, a brand new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and $10,000,” Moffitt said. “For us to have the opportunity to win $500,000 and share that excitement with a fan if we can win all three races, is really neat. Thank you to Destiny Homes and Iowa Realty for making this happen. Hopefully we can win at Texas, Iowa and Gateway and give our fans a new home, a Silverado and cash!”

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After experiencing handling issues early in Friday night's N.C. Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Harrison Burton and the No. 18 Safelite AutoGlass team appeared to have battled their way to another top-10 finish until an untimely debris caution slowed the field with seven laps remaining. Burton, who was making his first Gander Trucks start at the 1.5-mile quad-oval located just 10 miles from where he resides, was scored in the seventh position for the restart with three laps remaining, but over the closing laps lost several spots to teams that had put a set of scuffed tires on during the preceding caution and crossed the stripe in the 11th position.
Stage One Recap:  
  • Burton started the 134-lap event from the fourth spot, but quickly found himself caught three-wide in the middle and had fallen back to the eight position by the completion of lap one.
  • The young driver communicated that his Safelite AutoGlass Tundra was "too loose," as he ran in the eighth spot for the majority of Stage One.
  • A one-truck accident slowed the field with seven laps remaining in the stage. Crew Chief Mike Hillman Jr. summoned his driver to pit road for four fresh tires, a full load of fuel and a trackbar adjustment in an effort to improve the handling.
  • The second-generation driver took the lap-28 restart from the eighth spot, but lost one position over the final two laps. 
Stage Two Recap:  
  • With two drivers in the top five hitting pit road between stages, the Safelite Tundra lined up seventh when Stage Two went green on lap 37. Burton once again lost a couple of spots on the restart and settled into the ninth position.
  • With 10 laps remaining in the stage he regained the eighth spot, but communicated to Hillman Jr. that his Toyota had "swung to the tight side."
  • Burton remained in the eighth spot when Stage Two came to a close on lap 60. 
Final Stage Recap:  
  • Hillman Jr. ordered up a four-tire and fuel stop with another adjustment towards improving the handling of the Safelite Tundra. Burton returned to the track scored in the sixth position when the Final Stage went green on lap 68.
  • Burton once again found himself three-wide and had fallen back to the 11th position when the fourth caution of the night occurred on lap 73.
  • The Safelite Tundra had a strong restart and had advanced up to the seventh position when the fifth caution occurred on lap 79. Hillman Jr. ordered up a four-tire and fuel stop.
  • Six trucks elected not to pit and one truck took fuel only, leaving Burton scored in the 13th position for the restart with 45 laps remaining.
  • With 40 laps remaining the Safelite Tundra had settled into the 12th position. As a long green-flag run ensued, Burton began posting lap times as fast as the top-five trucks. After a multi-lap battle with Ross Chastain, he was able to move back into the top 10 with 20 laps remaining.
  • Burton was able to pick up one more spot with 12 laps remaining and then gained another position when Brett Moffitt had a tire issue right in front of him and brought out the seventh and final caution of the event.
  • The No. 18 team was scored in the seventh position for the restart with three laps remaining, but over the closing laps lost several spots to teams that had put a set of scuffed tires on during the preceding caution and crossed the stripe in the 11th position.


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