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2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
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Brett Moffitt, the series champion

The 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was the 24th season of the third highest stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in North America. Christopher Bell entered as the defending champion, but he did not defend his championship, leaving his No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports entry to a number of drivers throughout the season, with Todd Gilliland covering the majority of the schedule in the truck. The series will rebrand in 2019, as sponsor Camping World Holdings will rebrand the series with their Gander Outdoors brand they acquired in 2017 for the 2019 season.

The 2018 season was the first to feature the Regular Season Championship trophy, which is awarded at the final race before the playoffs.[1] Johnny Sauter clinched the NCWTS Regular Season Championship trophy at the end of the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.[2] Brett Moffitt was declared the NCWTS Champion for 2018, after winning the Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. In addition Hattori Racing Enterprises won the NCWTS Owners' Championship.

Contents

Teams and driversEdit

Complete scheduleEdit

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet GMS Racing 2 Cody Coughlin 18 Jerry Baxter 16
Doug Randolph 7
Spencer Gallagher 1
Sheldon Creed 4
21 Johnny Sauter Joe Shear Jr.
24 Justin Haley Kevin Bellicourt
25 Dalton Sargeant (R) 16 Doug Randolph 15
Buddy Sisco 1
Jerry Baxter 7
Timothy Peters 3
Tyler Dippel 4
Halmar Friesen Racing 52 Stewart Friesen Tripp Bruce
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Timmy Silva 22
Brian Lear 1
NEMCO Motorsports 8 John Hunter Nemechek 18 Gere Kennon Jr.
Joe Nemechek 5
Niece Motorsports 22 Austin Wayne Self Joey Cohen 4
Cody Efaw 4
Arthur Haire 15
45 Justin Fontaine (R) Darrell Morrow 7
Buddy Sisco 1
Cody Efaw 7
Adam Crigger 4
Matt Weber 4
Premium Motorsports 49 Wendell Chavous 18 Brian Keselowski 8
Mike Hillman Sr. 13
Tommy Baldwin Jr. 1
Joe Lax 1
D. J. Kennington 4
Reed Sorenson 1
15 Robby Lyons (R) 7 Scott Eggleston 5
Mike Hillman Sr. 7
Tommy Baldwin Jr. 2
Jason Dorman 1
Joe Lax 1
Peter Sospenzo 1
Mark Fordham 1
Vincent Shull 2
Amanda Beaver 2
Doug George 1
Reed Sorenson 3
Ross Chastain 2
J. R. Heffner 1
Todd Peck 1
Stefan Parsons 2
Wendell Chavous 1
Jamie Mosley 1
Brad Foy 1
Mike Harmon 1
Reid Wilson 1
Jordan Anderson Racing Bobby Reuse 1
Bryant Barnhill 1
Young's Motorsports 02 Austin Hill Chad Kendrick
20 Scott Lagasse Jr. 1 Andrew Abbott 22
Bruce Cook 1
Austin Dillon 1
Michel Disdier 1
Reid Wilson 1
Tanner Thorson 10
Darrell Wallace Jr. 1
Daniel Hemric 1
Tyler Young 1
Tate Fogleman 3
Max Tullman 3
Ford ThorSport Racing 13 Myatt Snider (R) Rich Lushes
41 Ben Rhodes Eddie Troconis 22
Bud Haefele 1
88 Matt Crafton Carl Joiner Jr.
98 Grant Enfinger Jeff Hensley
Toyota DGR-Crosley 54 Bo LeMastus (R) 9 Kevin Manion 20
Chris Lawson 2
Seth Smith 1
Justin Marks 1
Kyle Benjamin 1
David Gilliland 2
Chris Eggleston 3
Zane Smith 1
Chris Windom 2
Matt Mills 1
Riley Herbst 2
Tyler Ankrum 1
Hattori Racing Enterprises 16 Brett Moffitt Scott Zipadelli
Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 David Gilliland 1 Marcus Richmond 20
Wes Ward 3
Kyle Busch 2
Spencer Davis 1
Todd Gilliland (R) 19
18 Noah Gragson 22 [3] Ryan Fugle
Erik Jones 1
51 Spencer Davis 4 Mike Hillman Jr.
Kyle Busch 3
Harrison Burton 8
Brandon Jones 4
Riley Herbst 1
Logan Seavey 1
Christopher Bell 1
David Gilliland 1
Chevrolet 21
Toyota 2
Jordan Anderson Racing 3 Jordan Anderson 22 Dylan Corum 3
Dan Kolanda 5
Brian Keselowski 2
Kevin Eagle 13
Ryan Newman 1
Chevrolet 15
Toyota 8
Reaume Brothers Racing 33 Josh Reaume 15 Danny Glad 4
William Tatum Jr. 2
Paul Clapprood 1
John Reaume 7
R. B. Bracken 4
Dalton Blackburn 1
Bruce Cook 3
Doug George 1
Braden Mitchell 1
B. J. McLeod 1
Jason White 2
J. J. Yeley 1
Robby Lyons 2
Chad Finley 1

Limited scheduleEdit

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Beaver Motorsports 50 Travis Kvapil Rob Winfield 2
Amanda Beaver 12
Clinton Cram 1
David McClure 1
Tim Goulet 1
Matthew Kempf 1
2
B. J. McLeod 1
Dawson Cram 1
Todd Peck 2
Jamie Mosley 1
Timmy Hill 2
Ross Chastain 2
Brian Kaltreider 1
Mike Harmon 1
Ray Ciccarelli 2
Gray Gaulding 1
Camden Murphy 1
Premium Motorsports Reed Sorenson 1
Bobby Gerhart Racing 63 Bobby Gerhart Robbie Freeman 11
Rick Ren 2
Doug George 3
Brian Keselowski 1
Bryan Berry 1
2
MB Motorsports 5
Copp Motorsports 11
Akinori Ogata 1
Scott Stenzel 1
Kevin Donahue 3
Camden Murphy 1
J. J. Yeley 3
Kyle Donahue 2
Bayley Currey 2
Kyle Strickler 1
Timmy Hill 1
Jesse Iwuji 1
Chad Finley Racing 42 Chad Finley Bruce Cook 2
Clay Greenfield Motorsports 68 Clay Greenfield Danny Gill 3
Melvin Burns Jr. 1
Gary Mann 1
5
Copp Motorsports 36 Bayley Currey Robbie Freeman 1
Copp Motorsports 18
MB Motorsports 3
NextGen Motorsports 1
83 Scott Stenzel Jerry Kennedy 12
Doug George 1
Keith Wolfe 2
Jon Pittman 1
Robbie Freeman 4
Bryan Berry 1
Clinton Cram 1
2
Bayley Currey 10
Kyle Donahue 2
Tyler Matthews 2
Nick Hoffman 1
Todd Peck 2
Joey Gase 1
Dawson Cram 2
FDNY Racing 28 Bryan Dauzat Jim Rosenblum 2
Glenden Enterprises 47 Chris Fontaine Kevin Ingram 2
GMS Racing 23 Timothy Peters Chad Norris 1
Henderson Motorsports 75 Parker Kligerman Chris Carrier 8
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 0 Joey Gase Joe Cobb 3
Brian Lear 10
Camden Murphy 1
Joe Lax 2
2
Mike Senica 1
Camden Murphy 8
Ray Ciccarelli 4
Justin Kunz 1
Jordan Anderson Racing 97 Roger Reuse Steve Szabo 1
MDM Motorsports 99 Tyler Matthews Shane Huffman 1
Jeff Stankiewicz 3
1
Sheldon Creed 1
Chase Purdy 2
Mike Affarano Motorsports 03 John Provenzano David McClure 1
Mike Harmon Racing 74 Cody Ware Tim Goulet 10
Jason Houghtaling 2
Alan Collins Jr. 1
Barbara Hein 1
1
Tim Viens 1
Mike Harmon 8
Bryant Barnhill 1
B. J. McLeod 2
Trevor Collins 1
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek Jim Mazza 1
Duke Whiseant 14
13
Timmy Hill 2
Niece Motorsports 38 Max McLaughlin Ron Paradiso 1
Cody Efaw 6
1
Ross Chastain 3
T. J. Bell 1
Landon Huffman 2
Norm Benning Racing 6 Norm Benning Angelo Calabrese 17
Brian Poff 3
20
57 Jeff Zillweger Dan Sheffer 1
Reaume Brothers Racing 34 Jeffrey Abbey Rob Winfield 2
John Reaume 2
1
J. J. Yeley 1
B. J. McLeod 1
Jesse Iwuji 1
TJL Motorsports 1 B. J. McLeod Teddy Brown 2
Jacob Kramer 1
William Guinade 1
Mark Beaver 1
1
Clay Greenfield 1
Tommy Regan 1
Mike Senica 1
Camden Murphy 1
Young's Motorsports 12 Reid Wilson Steven Dawson 1
Buddy Sisco 4
Bruce Cook 1
1
Ty Dillon 1
Alex Tagliani 1
Tate Fogleman 1
Tanner Thorson 1
Tyler Young 1
Ford Jacob Wallace Racing 80 Justin Shipley Tracy Wallace 1
JJL Motorsports 97 Jesse Little Matt Noyce 9
R. J. Otto Jr. 1
RBR Enterprises 92 Timothy Peters Mike Hester 3
Roper Racing 04 Cory Roper Craig Roper 1
Shane Whitbeck 5
6
ThorSport Racing 27 Chase Briscoe Vance Haefele 1
Toyota All Out Motorsports 7 Korbin Forrister Doug George 11
Reid Wilson 1
Bill McAnally Racing 19 Derek Kraus Ty Joiner 1
DGR-Crosley 17 Bo LeMastus (R) Chris Lawson 5
Kevin Manion 3
Seth Smith 1
4
Chris Eggleston 1
Tyler Dippel 1
Kyle Benjamin 1
David Gilliland 1
Tyler Ankrum 1
Kyle Busch Motorsports 46 Brandon Jones Cody Glick 1
Christian Eckes 4
Riley Herbst 1
NextGen Motorsports 35 Brennan Poole Ryan Bell 1
Teddy Brown 1
2
On Point Motorsports 30 Scott Lagasse Jr. Steve Lane 2
Austin Theriault 1
Jeb Burton 2
Chevrolet 1
Ford 1
Grant County Mulch Racing 9 Codie Rohrbaugh Garrett Lambert 1
Michael Shelton 1
2

ChangesEdit

DriversEdit

TeamsEdit

ManufacturersEdit

  • On January 16, 2018, it was announced that, after a six-year relationship, ThorSport Racing split ways with Toyota. On January 22, 2018, Ford was announced to be the new manufacturer for the team.

Engine rulesEdit

  • Teams may use an Ilmor-built LSX 396 engine, similar to the ARCA Racing Series, in 2018, regardless of manufacturer of the body.

ScheduleEdit

 
The JEGS 200 at Dover International Speedway in May
 
The Gander Outdoors 150 at Pocono Raceway in July

The final schedule – comprising 23 races – was released on May 23, 2017.[22]

No Race title Track Date TV
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 16 FS1
2 Active Pest Control 200 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton February 24 FS1
3 Stratosphere 200 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas March 2 FS1
4 Alpha Energy Solutions 250 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway March 24/26[Note 1] FS1
5 JEGS 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover May 4 FS1
6 37 Kind Days 250 Kansas Speedway, Kansas May 11 FS1
7 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 18 FS1
8 PPG 400 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth June 8 FS1
9 M&M's 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton June 16 FS1
10 Eaton 200 Gateway Motorsports Park, Madison June 23 FS1
11 Overton's 225[23] Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet June 29 FS1
12 Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta July 12 FS1
13 Eldora Dirt Derby Eldora Speedway, Rossburg July 18 FS1
14 Gander Outdoors 150[24] Pocono Raceway, Long Pond July 28 FS1
15 Corrigan Oil 200[25] Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn August 11 FS1
16 UNOH 200 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol August 16 Fox
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs
Round of 8
17 Chevrolet Silverado 250 Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Bowmanville August 26 FS1
18 World of Westgate 200[26] Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas September 14 FS1
19 Fr8Auctions 250 Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln October 13 Fox
Round of 6
20 Texas Roadhouse 200 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway October 27 FS1
21 JAG Metals 350 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth November 2 FS1
22 Lucas Oil 150 ISM Raceway, Avondale November 9 FS1
Championship 4
23 Ford EcoBoost 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead November 16 FS1

NOTE: Television schedules subject to change per Fox and NASCAR request should other events necessitate.

Schedule changesEdit

In 2015, NASCAR and 21 Camping World Truck Series tracks agreed on a five-year contract that guarantees each track would continue to host races through 2020.[27] Despite the agreement, Speedway Motorsports decided to cancel the New Hampshire Motor Speedway race and add a second race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, to form two weekends involving each of the three national series.[28] The new race will be the third race of the regular season, while the established fall race will be the second race of the first playoff round.

As a result, the Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park will be held as the first race of the playoffs, while the Overton's 225 at Chicagoland Speedway will move from September to June. The UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway will become the final race of the regular season as a result of the schedule realignment.

Unlike the 2017 schedule, the JEGS 200 at Dover International Speedway will precede the 37 Kind Days 250 at Kansas Speedway and the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Also, the Eaton 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park will be held one week later as the tenth race of the season, slated to be held the week before the Chicagoland round.[22][29]

On April 17, 2018, Bristol Motor Speedway announced the UNOH 200 will be moved one day to Thursday night, August 16. The new race date will also reflect a change from FS1 to Fox, as the race broadcast moves to the broadcast network. The live Thursday night race on Fox coincides with preparation for Fox to broadcast the majority of Thursday games during the 2018 NFL season.[30] Fox will now air two Truck Series races, both during the second half of the season when NBC has the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series coverage.

Results and standingsEdit

Race resultsEdit

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 David Gilliland Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
2 Active Pest Control 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Brett Moffitt Toyota
3 Stratosphere 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
4 Alpha Energy Solutions 250 Ben Rhodes Ben Rhodes John Hunter Nemechek Chevrolet
5 JEGS 200 Noah Gragson Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
6 37 Kind Days 250 Noah Gragson Noah Gragson Noah Gragson Toyota
7 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
8 PPG 400 Stewart Friesen Todd Gilliland Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
9 M&M's 200 Harrison Burton Brett Moffitt Brett Moffitt Toyota
10 Eaton 200 Grant Enfinger Noah Gragson Justin Haley Chevrolet
11 Overton's 225 Noah Gragson John Hunter Nemechek Brett Moffitt Toyota
12 Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 Noah Gragson Noah Gragson Ben Rhodes Ford
13 Eldora Dirt Derby Ben Rhodes Chase Briscoe Chase Briscoe Ford
14 Gander Outdoors 150 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
15 Corrigan Oil 200 John Hunter Nemechek Matt Crafton
Noah Gragson
Brett Moffitt Toyota
16 UNOH 200 Christopher Bell John Hunter Nemechek Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs
Round of 8
17 Chevrolet Silverado 250 Ben Rhodes Noah Gragson Justin Haley Chevrolet
18 World of Westgate 200 Noah Gragson Grant Enfinger Grant Enfinger Ford
19 Fr8Auctions 250 David Gilliland Grant Enfinger Timothy Peters Chevrolet
Round of 6
20 Texas Roadhouse 200 Todd Gilliland Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
21 JAG Metals 350 Johnny Sauter Todd Gilliland Justin Haley Chevrolet
22 Lucas Oil 150 Noah Gragson Harrison Burton Brett Moffitt Toyota
Championship 4
23 Ford EcoBoost 200 Grant Enfinger Brett Moffitt Brett Moffitt Toyota

Driver standingsEdit

(keyBold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results or owner's points. * – Most laps led. 1 – Stage 1 winner. 2 – Stage 2 winner. 1-10 – Regular season top 10 finishers.
. – Eliminated after Round of 8 . – Eliminated after Round of 6

Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
1 Brett Moffitt 26 1 3 3 12 16 41 18 1* 14 1 18 5 26 1 18 3 11 17 2 3 11 1*2 4040 395
2 Noah Gragson 23 21 121 5 201 1*12 8 10 2 10* 42 8*2 6 INQ 4* 9 9*12 181 13 7 10 2 3 4034 252
3 Justin Haley 2 22 28 10 3 10 14 3 16 1 6 10 9 5 9 6 1 3 4 6 11 28 8 4029 207
4 Johnny Sauter 1*2 3 2 19 1*2 5 1* 1 5 3 3 15 16 8 2 1 6 2 22 1*12 11 7 12 4025 491
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs cut-off
Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
5 Grant Enfinger 6 9 4 4 14 8 12 42 11 211 8 6 2 6 72 10 17 1*2 19*1 14 12 4 21 2284 44 193
6 Matt Crafton 19 5 29 15 2 6 11 5 26 20 11 3 4 9 10* 8 5 5 26 13 9 11 6 2280 53 38
7 Stewart Friesen 27 6 52 20 23 3 6 21 92 13 19 2 3 42 81 2 7 17 6 11 8 5 4 2265 52 124
8 Ben Rhodes 4 4 7 12*12 8 19 5 16 17 19 2 11 291 11 6 7 14 4 16 4 2 12 10 2254 43 146
9 Myatt Snider (R) 24 7 15 6 11 15 15 23 10 4 10 26 20 12 18 29 19 6 2 3 132 22 14 611 84 1
10 Todd Gilliland (R) 14 10 10 6* 29 2 16 7 22 71 5 5 11 27 202 12 4* 17 13 590 124 2
11 Austin Hill 11 18 10 9 31 12 18 13 14 11 9 16 21 13 19 21 8 23 10 20 5 30 21 520 29
12 Austin Wayne Self 20 15 16 27 15 13 27 17 15 16 13 14 18 18 11 13 21 9 12 23 16 19 23 480 20
13 Cody Coughlin 17 20 8 26 6 7 17 8 7 9 12 12 28 14 14 19 15 24 433 30
14 Dalton Sargeant (R) 8 14 6 11 13 11 19 11 19 30 20 9 27 3 12 11 404 36
15 Jordan Anderson 9 24 17 22 18 25 20 19 23 23 17 19 16 13 22 16 20 7 26 29 23 20 389 3
16 Justin Fontaine (R) 10 19 9 28 19 17 30 30 12 26 14 17 25 17 25 24 18 14 21 27 19 24 22 386 2
17 Wendell Chavous 12 23 14 18 17 27 22 12 21 15 22 24 23 21 16 23 24 28 5 336
18 Harrison Burton 8 5 3 13 8 6 3*2 11 277 38 1
19 Jesse Little 8 9 16 6 7 26 15 7 9 275 45
20 Jennifer Jo Cobb 31 26 24 29 22 22 26 24 22 22 24 29 DNQ 22 23 DNQ 29 12 11 29 24 31 28 271 4
21 Joe Nemechek 3 12 31 7 30 15 31 32 28 DNQ 10 30 32 31 30 18 32 31 234 8
22 Norm Benning 14 29 26 31 27 23 31 21 20 24 31 25 32 25 21 DNQ 20 DNQ DNQ DNQ 193
23 Korbin Forrister 16 16 21 DNQ 22 18 13 24 27 13 15 188 3
24 Parker Kligerman 28 11 28 7 27 4 28 16 172 25
25 Tanner Thorson 16 13 19 15 14 32 31 31 21 18 29 172 4
26 Josh Reaume DNQ 27 25 25 25 21 24 25 DNQ 18 21 23 19 20 DNQ 171
27 Bo LeMastus (R) 30 17 19 DNQ 26 15 20 20 17 22 30 29 32 168 1
28 Timothy Peters 7 DNQ DNQ 4 19 1 10 161 13
29 David Gilliland 211 4 4 3 30 152 29 1
30 Spencer Davis 7 13 13 9 22 141 20
31 Bayley Currey 20 26 29 25 29 24 27 30 32 27 32 16 23 141
32 Robby Lyons (R) 13 25 18 24 26 23 22 14 27 140
33 Sheldon Creed 15 19 25 10 5 123 12
34 Tyler Dippel 13 17 14 14 15 122 10
35 Christian Eckes 8 282 9 9 110 18 1
36 Chris Eggleston 13 14 11 10 100
37 Cory Roper 13 18 25 25 28 17 96
38 Clay Greenfield 22 28 20 21 20 32 86 7
39 Riley Herbst 8 15 29 15 81
40 D. J. Kennington 12 25 21 26 65 1
41 Kyle Donahue 23 20 28 22 55
42 Tyler Ankrum 18 6 54 4
43 Dawson Cram 17 24 16 54
44 Chris Windom 14 24 49 13
45 Bryan Dauzat 18 8 48
46 Logan Seavey 8 46 17
47 Tyler Young 7 27 45 5
48 Chad Finley 6 30 32 43
49 Brennan Poole 15 19 43 3
50 Tate Fogleman 27 28 15 DNQ 41
51 Codie Rohrbaugh 16 17 41
52 Tyler Matthews 21 17 32 41
53 Chase Purdy 21 13 40
54 Camden Murphy 29 DNQ 31 DNQ DNQ 30 31 29 DNQ Wth 32 40
55 Kevin Donahue 30 32 12 37
56 Reid Wilson 16 28 DNQ 30 37
57 Stefan Parsons 17 20 37
58 Todd Peck 32 32 23 26 Wth 35
59 Zane Smith 5 32
60 Scott Stenzel 15 32 32 32
61 Ray Ciccarelli DNQ 27 28 DNQ DNQ 25 31
62 Derek Kraus 8 30 1
63 Austin Theriault 8 29
64 Nick Hoffman 10 27
65 Alex Tagliani 10 27
66 Max McLaughlin 12 25
67 Jason White 23 26 25
68 Jesse Iwuji 25 27 22
69 Chris Fontaine 29 24 21
70 Jeffrey Abbey 17 20
71 Michel Disdier 19 18
72 Reed Sorenson 30 27 30 28 20 17
73 T. J. Bell 21 16
74 Bobby Gerhart DNQ 23 14
75 J. R. Heffner 24 13
76 Landon Huffman DNQ 25 12
77 Bobby Reuse 25 12
78 Brian Kaltreider 25 12
79 Mike Senica 30 32 12
80 Justin Shipley 26 11
81 Justin Kunz 26 11
82 Tommy Regan 27 10
83 Roger Reuse 27 10
84 Jamie Mosley 28 DNQ 9
85 Brad Foy 28 9
86 Bryant Barnhill DNQ 31 6
87 Kyle Strickler 31 6
88 Travis Kvapil 32 DNQ 5
Braden Mitchell DNQ 0
Trevor Collins DNQ 0
R. J. Otto Jr. DNQ 0
John Provenzano DNQ 0
Jeff Zillweger Wth 0
Ineligible for Camping World Truck championship points
Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
Kyle Busch 21*2 1* 2 2 1*
John Hunter Nemechek 25 21 1 4 92 271 25 7*1 5 7 3 3*12 2 22 27 30 29 7
Chase Briscoe 1*2
Kyle Benjamin 2 5
Erik Jones 2
Brandon Jones 9 3 5 4 26
Scott Lagasse Jr. 5 31 18
Ross Chastain 30 29 26 12 7 26 16
Max Tullman 23 29 9
Austin Dillon 10
Justin Marks 11
Ty Dillon 11
Darrell Wallace Jr. 14
Jeb Burton 15 18
Daniel Hemric 21
Mike Harmon 22 DNQ 24 24 29 DNQ 32 DNQ 31 22
B. J. McLeod DNQ 23 DNQ 24 29 DNQ
Spencer Gallagher 25
Timmy Hill 28 DNQ 28 32 31
Christopher Bell 28
J. J. Yeley 32 32 29 31 DNQ
Akinori Ogata 30
Ryan Newman 30
Joey Gase 31 31 DNQ
Matt Mills 31
Cody Ware DNQ
Tim Viens DNQ
Gray Gaulding DNQ
Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
Reed Sorenson started receiving points at Texas II.

Owners' championship (Top 15)Edit

(keyBold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results or rainout. * – Most laps led. 1 – Stage 1 winner. 2 – Stage 2 winner. 1-10 – Regular season top 10 finishers.
. – Eliminated after Round of 8 . – Eliminated after Round of 6

Pos. No. Car Owner DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points Bonus
1 16 Shigeaki Hattori 26 1 3 3 12 16 41 18 1* 14 1 18 5 26 1 18 3 11 17 2 3 11 1*2 4040 386
2 18 Kyle Busch 23 21 121 5 201 1*12 8 10 2 10* 42 8*2 6 2 4* 9 9*12 181 13 7 10 2 3 4034 252
3 24 Maurice J. Gallagher Jr. 2 22 28 10 3 10 14 3 16 1 6 10 9 5 9 6 1 3 4 6 11 28 8 4029 1710
4 21 Maurice J. Gallagher Jr. 1*2 3 2 19 1*2 5 1* 1 5 3 3 15 16 8 2 1 6 2 22 1*12 11 7 12 4025 491
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship Playoffs cut-off
5 98 Mike Curb 6 9 4 4 14 8 12 42 11 211 8 6 2 6 72 10 17 1*2 19*1 14 12 4 21 2266 193
6 41 Duke Thorson 4 4 7 12*12 8 19 5 16 17 19 2 11 291 11 6 7 14 4 16 4 2 12 10 2249 119
7 51 Kyle Busch 7 13 1* 8 5 9 2 9 3 8 5 4 8 1* 22 28 13 26 3 8 6 3*2 11 2238 184
8 8 Joe Nemechek 25 12 21 1 7 4 92 15 271 25 7*1 5 7 10 3 3*12 2 22 27 30 18 29 7 2191 138
9 52 Chris Larsen 27 6 52 20 23 3 6 21 92 13 19 2 3 42 81 2 7 17 6 11 8 5 4 835 5
10 88 Rhonda Thorson 19 5 29 15 2 6 11 5 26 20 11 3 4 9 10* 8 5 5 26 13 9 11 6 803
11 4 Kyle Busch 211 21*2 13 14 10 2 10 6* 29 2 16 7 22 71 5 5 11 27 202 12 4* 17 13 744 4
12 13 Duke Thorson 24 7 15 6 11 15 15 23 10 4 10 26 20 12 18 29 19 6 2 3 132 22 14 611 1
13 25 Maurice J. Gallagher Jr. 8 14 6 11 13 11 19 11 19 30 20 9 27 3 12 11 4 19 1 17 14 14 15 593 5
14 2 Maurice J. Gallagher Jr. 17 20 8 26 6 7 17 8 7 9 12 12 28 14 14 19 15 24 8 19 25 10 5 546
15 02 Randy Young 11 18 10 9 31 12 18 13 14 11 9 16 21 13 19 21 8 23 10 20 5 30 21 520
Pos. No. Car Owner DAY ATL LVS MAR DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points Bonus

Manufacturers' ChampionshipEdit

Pos Manufacturer Wins Points
1 Chevrolet 11 847
2 Toyota 9 822
3 Ford 3 776

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Race started on Saturday, March 24 but stopped after 23 laps and remainder postponed to Monday, March 26 due to weather.

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