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2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series

2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series
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Grant Enfinger, the current points leader

The 2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series is the 25th season of the third highest stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in North America. It marks the transition of the series' corporate sponsor from Camping World to its subsidiary Gander Outdoors.[1]

Contents

Teams and driversEdit

Complete scheduleEdit

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief
Chevrolet AM Racing 22 Austin Wayne Self 21 Eddie Troconis
Darrell Wallace Jr. 2
GMS Racing 2 Sheldon Creed (R) Doug Randolph
24 Brett Moffitt Jerry Baxter
Halmar Friesen Racing 52 Stewart Friesen Tripp Bruce
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb 20 Steve Kuykendall 22
Melvin Burns, Jr. 1
Juan Manuel González 2
Joey Gase 1
Jordan Anderson Racing 3 Jordan Anderson Kevin Eagle
NEMCO Motorsports 8 Angela Ruch 2 Gere Kennon Jr. 7
Darren Wolfe 2
Duke Whiseant 1
Joe Nemechek 4
Austin Dillon 1
Camden Murphy 1
Tony Mrakovich 1
Trey Hutchens 1
TBA 13
Niece Motorsports 44 Timothy Peters 3 Tim Mooney 1
Doug George 2
Cody Efaw 7
Reid Wilson 2
Angela Ruch 12
Ross Chastain 1
TBA 5
45 Ross Chastain 8 Phil Gould
Kyle Benjamin 7
Reid Wilson TBA
Young's Motorsports 02 Tyler Dippel (R) Chad Kendrick
12 Gus Dean (R) Jeff Stankiewicz
20 Spencer Boyd (R) Andrew Abbott
Ford ThorSport Racing 13 Johnny Sauter Joe Shear Jr.
88 Matt Crafton Carl Joiner Jr.
98 Grant Enfinger Jeff Hensley
99 Ben Rhodes Matt Noyce
Toyota DGR-Crosley 17 David Gilliland 1 Kevin Manion 22
Chris Lawson 1
Anthony Alfredo (R) 1
Ryan Reed 1
Tyler Ankrum (R) 6
Raphaël Lessard 1
TBA 13
54 Natalie Decker (R) 17 Frank Kerr 22
Chris Lawson 1
David Gilliland 1
Anthony Alfredo (R) 1
TBA 4
Hattori Racing Enterprises 16 Austin Hill Scott Zipadelli
Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 Todd Gilliland Marcus Richmond 20
Wes Ward 1
Michael Shelton 2
18 Harrison Burton (R) Mike Hillman Jr.
51 Christian Eckes 7 Ryan Fugle
Kyle Busch 5
Brandon Jones 5
Greg Biffle 1
Chandler Smith 2
Riley Herbst 2
TBA 1
Chevrolet 8
Toyota 2
Reaume Brothers Racing 33 Josh Reaume 7 John Reaume 4
Gregory Rayl 1
Sean Kenyon 3
Maurice Bachand 1
Josh Reaume 1
Daniel Sasnett 1
Ryan Sieg 1
C. J. McLaughlin 1

Limited scheduleEdit

Manufacturer Team No. Race driver Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Beaver Motorsports 1 Stefan Parsons Brian Wertman 1
Travis Kvapil Mike Harmon 1
Chad Finley Racing 42 Robby Lyons Bruce Cook 1
Chad Finley 3
Garrett Smithley 1
Clay Greenfield Motorsports 68 Clay Greenfield Danny Gill 1
CMI Motorsports 49 Ray Ciccarelli Joe Lax 5
Stefan Parsons 1
Copp Motorsports 63 Bobby Gerhart Mark Freeman 1
Timmy Hill 1
Scott Stenzel 1
Dawson Cram Clinton Cram 1
FDNY Racing 28 Bryan Dauzat Jim Rosenblum 1
GMS Racing 21 Sam Mayer TBA 4
CR7 Motorsports 9 Codie Rohrbaugh Michael Shelton 1
Mark Huff 1
Doug George 3
5
Henderson Motorsports 75 Parker Kligerman Chris Carrier 8
Hill Motorsports 56 Timmy Hill Greg Ely 2
Tyler Hill 2
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 0 Jennifer Jo Cobb Daniel Griggs 2
NEMCO Motorsports 87 Joe Nemechek Duke Whiseant 4
Gere Kennon Jr. 2
3
Timmy Hill 2
Tyler Ankrum (R) 1
Niece Motorsports 38 T. J. Bell Adam Crigger 1
Ross Chastain 1
Norm Benning Racing 6 Norm Benning Thomas Lauffer 5
Adam Hagen 4
9
Reaume Brothers Racing 34 Jason White Gregory Rayl 1
Jesse Iwuji 2
Josh Reaume 1
Josh Bilicki 2
Scott Stenzel 1
Mason Massey 1
Ted Minor Motorsports 25 Ted Minor Garry Stephens 1
Tony Mrakovich Racing 43 Tony Mrakovich Tristan Mrakovich 1
Trey Hutchens Racing 14 Trey Hutchens Bobby Hutchens Jr. 2
Ford Jacob Wallace Racing 80 B. J. McLeod Tracy Wallace 1
JJL Motorsports 97 Jesse Little J. R. Norris 2
Bill Henderson 4
12–15
Kaden Honeycutt Racing 38 Kaden Honeycutt TBA 1
RBR Enterprises 92 Austin Theriault Mike Hester 4
Timothy Peters 1
Rette Jones Racing 82 Spencer Davis Mark Rette 1
11 1
Roper Racing 04 Cory Roper Shane Whitbeck 7
ThorSport Racing 27 Myatt Snider Vance Haefele 2
Toyota All Out Motorsports 7 Korbin Forrister Wally Rogers 7
Bill McAnally Racing 19 Derek Kraus Kevin Bellicourt 4
DGR-Crosley 15 Anthony Alfredo (R) Chris Lawson 3
5 Dylan Lupton TBA 6
Glenden Enterprises 47 Chris Fontaine Kevin Ingram 1
Kyle Busch Motorsports 46 Raphaël Lessard Mike Shelton 3
Marcus Richmond 1
3
Riley Herbst 2
Chandler Smith 2
On Point Motorsports 30 Brennan Poole (R) Steven Lane 22
Vizion Motorsports 1 Bayley Currey Jason Dorman 1
Jerry Kennedy 1
2

ChangesEdit

TeamsEdit

DriversEdit

  • On November 9, 2018, Sheldon Creed announced that he would compete full-time for GMS Racing in 2019 in the organization's No. 2 entry. Creed drove for MDM Motorsports in the ARCA Racing Series in 2018, winning the championship. The No. 2 truck had been primarily driven by Cody Coughlin in 2018 before his release.[7][1]
  • On November 14, 2018, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that Harrison Burton would compete full-time in the No. 18 Toyota Tundra, replacing Noah Gragson, who moved up to the NASCAR Xfinity Series.[8][1]
  • On November 30, 2018, DGR-Crosley announced that they have added Natalie Decker to their driver development program for 2019. Decker will run a select number of Truck Series races with the No. 54 Toyota and is expected to make her debut at Daytona.[9]
  • On December 6, 2018, it was announced that 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion Brett Moffitt was released from the Hattori Racing Enterprises No. 16 team due to financial issues. The team had planned to replace Moffitt with a driver who has sponsorship backing.[10][11][12] On January 8, 2019, Hattori Racing Enterprises announced that Austin Hill had signed to drive the No. 16 Toyota full-time in 2019.[13][14]
  • On December 6, 2018, it was announced that Anthony Alfredo will compete part-time with DGR-Crosley. He is expected to make his debut at the Atlanta race.[15] On February 25, 2019, it was announced that Alfredo would drive the No. 15 truck for DGR-Crosley.[16]
  • Jordan Anderson announced on December 12, 2018, that he would be returning for the 2019 season.[4]
  • On December 14, 2018, it was announced that Tyler Ankrum would run with DGR-Crosley in 2019. Ankrum will miss the first three races of the season due to age restrictions but then run the final twenty races of the season in the organization's No. 17 entry.[17] On February 20, 2019, it was announced that Ryan Reed will drive the No. 17 Toyota at the Strat 200 at Las Vegas.[18] On June 12, 2019, it was reported that Ankrum will run the season part-time due to a lack of sponsorship. However, he joined NEMCO Motorsports to run the No. 87 car at Iowa.[19]
  • On January 2, 2019, Tony Mrakovich announced he will compete part-time in 2019 under his team Tony Mrakovich Racing.[20]
  • On January 7, 2019, Young's Motorsports announced that Spencer Boyd will drive the 20 truck full time in 2019. Andrew Abbott returns as the crew chief.[21]
  • On January 9, 2019, Young's Motorsports announced that Gus Dean will drive the No. 12 truck full time in 2019. LG Air Conditioning Technologies will be the main sponsor for the truck in 8 races, and former MDM Motorsports crew chief Jeff Stankiewicz will lead the team's efforts this season.[22]
  • On January 9, 2019, GMS Racing announced that Johnny Sauter would not return to the No. 21 truck for the 2019 season.[23] Speaking to Sirius XM NASCAR Radio, Sauter said that current series champion Brett Moffitt would replace him. On January 10, GMS confirmed that Moffitt will join the team but he will drive the No. 24 truck, replacing Justin Haley. The No. 21 truck will turn into a part-time truck, driven by Sam Mayer.[24]
  • On January 18, 2019, Young's Motorsports announced that Tyler Dippel will drive the No. 02 truck full time in 2019. Dippel drove in 2018 for DGR-Crosley and GMS Racing.[25]
  • On January 23, 2019, Bill McAnally Racing announced that Derek Kraus will drive the No. 19 Toyota for select races in 2019.[26]
  • On January 28, 2019, it was announced that Brennan Poole will run full-time with On Point Motorsports in the No. 30 Toyota while also running for Rookie of the Year honors.[5]
  • On January 28, 2019, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that team owner Kyle Busch will run five Truck Series races in the No. 51 Toyota.[27]
  • On February 13, 2019, it was announced that Johnny Sauter will drive the ThorSport Racing No. 13 Ford in 2019.[28]
  • On February 15, 2019, it was announced that Raphaël Lessard would drive the No. 46 for Kyle Busch Motorsports in Martinsville, Dover, and Bristol. On February 21, 2019, it was announced that Chandler Smith would drive the No. 46 at Gateway and ISM Raceway, and would drive the No. 51 for Kyle Busch Motorsports at Iowa and Bristol.[29]
  • On February 22, 2019, it was announced that U.S. Navy officer Jesse Iwuji will drive for Reaume Brothers Racing at Las Vegas.[30]
  • On March 21, 2019, AM Racing announced that Darrell Wallace Jr. will race the No. 22 Chevrolet at Martinsville.[31]
  • On March 28, 2019, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that Greg Biffle will drive the No. 51 Toyota at Texas.[32]
  • On April 1, 2019, Austin Wayne Self was suspended indefinitely for violating NASCAR's substance abuse policy.[33] Self's suspension was lifted on April 30, 2019 after he completed the Road to Recovery Program.[34]
  • On June 7, 2019, Ross Chastain announced that he will be running for Truck Series championship points instead of chasing the NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship. Because of this last-minute decision, his Truck Series points started at the June Texas race, and his win at Kansas will not count in the Playoffs.[35]
  • On June 13, 2019, Dylan Lupton announced he will join DGR-Crosley for six Truck Series races starting with Chicagoland.[36]

Crew chiefsEdit

  • On January 29, 2019, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced its 2019 crew chief lineup: Ryan Fugle in the No. 51, Mike Hillman Jr. in the No. 18, and Marcus Richmond in the No. 4.[37] On June 5, 2019, KBM announced further changes to their crew chief lineup, with Marcus Richmond in the No. 46 and Wes Ward in the No. 4.[38]

Rule changesEdit

  • On February 4, 2019, NASCAR announced a new post-race inspection rule in all three series, where race-winning teams found to be in violation of the rule book will automatically be disqualified. Following a race, the first-place and second-place teams, along with at least one randomly selected car, will undergo post-race inspection. The inspection should take between 90 minutes and two hours to complete before the race winner is officially declared. The car that fails the inspection will receive last-place points and will be stripped of playoff and stage points.[39]
  • On February 4, 2019, NASCAR announced the introduction of the Triple Truck Challenge. The three-race program gives drivers the chance to win bonus money. Set to take place at Texas on June 7, Iowa on June 15, and Gateway on June 22, the winning team collects a $50,000 bonus on any of the three events. The team that wins two of the three races collects an additional $150,000, while winning all three races results in a total bonus of $500,000. Only drivers who declare points for the Gander Outdoors Truck Series are eligible for the Triple Truck Challenge.[40]
  • On February 4, 2019, NASCAR announced a change in the qualifying schedule procedures for majority of its tracks. For short tracks and intermediate speedways, the first round will be shortened from 15 minutes to 10 minutes, while the second and third rounds will remain at 10 and five minutes, respectively. The down time intervals at all tracks will be reduced from seven minutes to five minutes. Superspeedway qualifications will retain their untimed two-round intervals of single-lap qualifying while road courses will continue to use two qualifying rounds: 25 minutes for the first round and 10 minutes for the final round.[41]
  • On May 1, 2019, following continued gamesmanship and other actions causing multi-car qualifying to become "untenable," NASCAR formally returned to single-car qualifying at all oval tracks.[42]
    • At oval tracks 1.25 miles and larger, each car will get a single timed lap.
    • At oval tracks 1.25 miles and smaller, each car will get two timed laps with the faster lap counting as their official time.
    • The qualifying order draw will be determined in part by the previous race's starting lineup. The top 20 starters from the previous race will draw to take their qualifying lap in positions 21-40 (the second half of qualifying). The remainder of cars will draw to qualify in positions 1-20.
    • The next car will be sent once the preceding car takes the white flag. This should ensure qualifying is completed in roughly 40 minutes baring any interruptions for crashes, debris, or weather.
    • There will be two-minute TV breaks built into qualifying to ensure every car gets covered live during the session.
    • Broadcasters FOX and NBC have committed to using ghost car graphics and impose other technologies to make the session more exciting to TV viewers.
    • Each car must complete their lap for the session to be counted, otherwise all times will be erased and cars will start by owner points.
    • Multi-car qualifying will remain at road course events.

ScheduleEdit

 
The TruNorth Global 250 at Martinsville Speedway in March

The schedule for the 2019 season was released on June 13, 2018.[43] The only changes are the Eldora Dirt Derby and the Gander Outdoors 150 switching spots and the Vankor 350 being moved from the second race of the Round of 6 to the fifth race of the season, with the rest of the races afterwards being bumped one spot back as a result.[44]

No Race title Track Date Start Time (et) TV
1 NextEra Energy 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 15 7:30 p.m. FS1
2 Ultimate Tailgating 200 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton February 23 4:30 p.m. FS1
3 Strat 200 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas March 1 9:00 p.m. FS1
4 TruNorth Global 250 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway March 23 2:00 p.m. Fox
5 Vankor 350 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth March 29 9:00 p.m. FS1
6 JEGS 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover May 3 5:00 p.m. FS1
7 Digital Ally 250 Kansas Speedway, Kansas May 10 8:30 p.m. FS1
8 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 17 8:30 p.m. FS1
9 SpeedyCash.com 400 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth June 7 9:00 p.m. FS1
10 M&M’s 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton June 16[N 1] 12:00 p.m. FS1
11 CarShield 200 presented by CK Power World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Madison June 22 10:00 p.m. FS1
12 Camping World 225 Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet June 28 9:00 p.m. FS1
13 Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta July 11 7:30 p.m. FS1
14 Gander Outdoors 150 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond July 27 1:00 p.m. Fox
15 Eldora Dirt Derby Eldora Speedway, Rossburg August 1 9:00 p.m. FS1
16 Corrigan Oil 200 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn August 10 1:00 p.m. FS1
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Playoffs
Round of 8
17 UNOH 200 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol August 15 8:30 p.m. FS1
18 Chevrolet Silverado 250 Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Bowmanville August 25 2:30 p.m. FS1
19 World of Westgate 200 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas September 13 9:00 p.m. FS1
Round of 6
20 Sugarlands Shine 250 Talladega Superspeedway, Lincoln October 12 1:30 p.m. FS1
21 Texas Roadhouse 200 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway October 26 1:30 p.m. FS1
22 Lucas Oil 150 ISM Raceway, Avondale November 8 8:30 p.m. FS1
Championship 4
23 Ford EcoBoost 200 Homestead–Miami Speedway, Homestead November 15 8:00 p.m. FS1
  1. ^ The Iowa race was postponed to Sunday, June 16, due to rain.

Triple Truck Challenge races in bold

Results and standingsEdit

Race resultsEdit

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer Report
1 NextEra Energy 250 Christian Eckes Austin Hill Austin Hill Toyota Report
2 Ultimate Tailgating 200 Austin Hill Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota Report
3 Strat 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota Report
4 TruNorth Global 250 Stewart Friesen Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota Report
5 Vankor 350 Grant Enfinger Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota Report
6 JEGS 200 Brett Moffitt Brett Moffitt Johnny Sauter Ford Report
7 Digital Ally 250 Matt Crafton Stewart Friesen Ross Chastain Chevrolet Report
8 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Matt Crafton Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota Report
9 SpeedyCash.com 400 Todd Gilliland Grant Enfinger Greg Biffle Toyota Report
10 M&M's 200 Chandler Smith Ross Chastain Brett Moffitt[N 1] Chevrolet Report
11 CarShield 200 presented by CK Power Report
  1. ^ Ross Chastain was disqualified and stripped of the win, giving the race win and points to Moffitt.

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.

Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR TEX DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN POC ELD MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
1 Grant Enfinger 2 3 11 7 41 4 7 9 4* 4 429 114 1
2 Matt Crafton 5 14 3 8 5 5 6 51 2 71 382 72 2
3 Stewart Friesen 10 18 4 5 2 12 15*12 3 20 5 380 104 2
4 Brett Moffitt 26 4 2 3 19 2*1 8 19 11 1 378 99 6
5 Ben Rhodes 14 5 25 2 10 6 2 4 212 22 375 96 2
6 Harrison Burton (R) 18 8 5 11 31 3 10 11 5 3 336 71
7 Austin Hill 1* 7 30 16 27 7 4 6 8 12 334 78 5
8 Johnny Sauter 232 2 8 9 3 12 22 17 131 27 326 77 8
9 Todd Gilliland 19 9 7 15 14 15 3 7 27 10 294 50
10 Sheldon Creed (R) 171 12 6 17 22 27 19 12 6 6 293 67 1
11 Brennan Poole (R) 24 13 20 29 9 23 2 7 11 205 10
12 Tyler Dippel (R) 29 11 17 23 8 18 12 13 25 19 202 12
13 Spencer Boyd (R) 4 25 29 27 11 22 17 22 23 16 180 6
14 Jordan Anderson 25 19 21 26 21 21 13 15 15 18 179 3
15 Tyler Ankrum (R) 19 6 9 11 27 3 31 164 6
16 Austin Wayne Self 9 27 15 19 27 21 19 14 151 6
17 Gus Dean (R) 15 15 22 32 29 14 14 26 32 20 151
18 Cory Roper 20 16 24 31 12 20 9 127
19 Natalie Decker (R) 32 24 13 17 25 31 22 17 115
20 Josh Reaume 6 30 23 32 31 20 28 14 112
21 Jesse Little 23 19 13 29 14 22 108 2
22 Anthony Alfredo (R) 17 18 28 8 12 102
23 Jennifer Jo Cobb DNQ 22 27 18 25 23 DNQ 18 25 101
24 Angela Ruch 8 16 30 16 23 29 100
25 Timothy Peters 7 10 12 DNQ 84 2
26 Korbin Forrister DNQ 21 14 25 24 30 25 83
27 Raphaël Lessard 14 11 9 80 3
28 Joe Nemechek 16 32 25 26 24 32 28 76
29 Norm Benning DNQ 29 28 DNQ DNQ 32 21 17 24 71
30 Myatt Snider 21 6 56 9
31 David Gilliland 13 12 56 7
32 Ray Ciccarelli 28 26 DNQ 16 24 54
33 Derek Kraus 18 8 48
34 Greg Biffle 1 45 5 5
35 Ross Chastain 3 6 10 42 7 10 1 10 10 32* 43 11
36 Chad Finley 28 18 28 37
37 Chandler Smith 8 36 7
38 Ryan Reed 9 31 3
39 Jesse Iwuji 26 17 31
40 Kyle Benjamin 31 13 30
41 Clay Greenfield 12 29 4
42 Codie Rohrbaugh DNQ DNQ 23 29 30 29
43 Tyler Hill 20 26 28
44 Bobby Gerhart 11 26
45 Scott Stenzel 32 16 26
46 Christian Eckes 22 23 8
47 Riley Herbst 9 15 22
48 Reid Wilson 24 28 22
49 Trey Hutchens DNQ 24 29 21
50 Spencer Davis DNQ 20 17
51 Parker Kligerman 20 17
52 Mason Massey 21 16
53 Austin Theriault DNQ 22 15
54 C. J. McLaughlin 23 14
55 Tony Mrakovich DNQ 26 11
56 T. J. Bell 26 11
57 Chris Fontaine 27 10
58 Travis Kvapil 28 9
59 Bayley Currey Wth 29 8
60 Juan Manuel González DNQ 30 7
61 Robby Lyons 30 7
62 Daniel Sasnett 30 7
63 Camden Murphy 30 7
64 Bryan Dauzat 31 6
Jason White DNQ 0
Dawson Cram DNQ 0
Ted Minor DNQ 0
Ineligible for Gander Outdoors Truck Series championship points
Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR TEX DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN POC ELD MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
Kyle Busch 1*12 1*12 1*1 1*2 1*2
Brandon Jones 13 5
Darrell Wallace Jr. 10 20
Austin Dillon 13
Garrett Smithley 15
Timmy Hill 31 21 26 28 16
Ryan Sieg 16
Josh Bilicki 18 DNQ
Stefan Parsons 31 24
Joey Gase 30
B. J. McLeod DNQ
Pos. Driver DAY ATL LVS MAR TEX DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN POC ELD MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR PHO HOM Pts. Stage Bonus
Ross Chastain started receiving points at Texas 2.
Riley Herbst started receiving points at Iowa.

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.

Pos. No. Car Owner DAY ATL LVS MAR TEX DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN POC ELD MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR PHO HOM Points Bonus
1 51 Kyle Busch 22 1*12 1*12 1*1 1*2 13 5 1*2 1 8 447 5
2 98 Mike Curb 2 3 11 7 41 4 7 9 4* 4 429 1
3 88 Rhonda Thorson 5 14 3 8 5 5 6 41 2 71 382 2
4 52 Chris Larsen 10 18 4 5 2 12 15*12 3 20 5 380 2
5 24 Maurice J. Gallagher Jr. 26 4 2 3 19 2*1 8 19 11 1 378 6
6 99 Duke Thorson 14 5 25 2 10 6 2 4 212 22 375 2
7 45 Al Niece 3 6 10 42 7 10 1 10 31 13 351
8 18 Kyle Busch 18 8 5 11 31 3 10 11 5 3 336
9 16 Shigeaki Hattori 1* 7 30 16 27 7 4 6 8 12 334 5
10 13 Duke Thorson 232 2 8 9 3 12 22 17 131 27 326 8
11 4 Kyle Busch 19 9 7 15 14 15 3 7 27 10 294
12 2 Maurice J. Gallagher Jr. 171 12 6 17 22 27 19 12 6 6 293 1
13 17 David Gilliland 13 17 9 19 6 9 11 27 3 9 268
14 30 Steven Lane 24 13 20 29 9 23 2 7 11 205
15 02 Randy Young 29 11 17 23 8 18 12 13 25 19 202
Pos. No. Car Owner DAY ATL LVS MAR TEX DOV KAN CLT TEX IOW GTW CHI KEN POC ELD MCH BRI MSP LVS TAL MAR PHO HOM Points Bonus

Manufacturers' ChampionshipEdit

After 10 of 23 races

Pos Manufacturer Wins Points
1 Toyota 7 382
2 Chevrolet 2 351
3 Ford 1 351

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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