2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

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Matt Crafton, the 2013 Camping World Truck Series champion. Crafton Kentucky I 2011.jpg
Matt Crafton, the 2013 Camping World Truck Series champion.
Ty Dillon, driving the No. 3 truck, shown here in 2012, finished second, 40 points behind Crafton Ty Dillon pitstop at Rockingham 2012.jpg
Ty Dillon, driving the No. 3 truck, shown here in 2012, finished second, 40 points behind Crafton
Defending series champion James Buescher finished third in the championship, 43 points behind Crafton. James Buescher Road America 2013.jpg
Defending series champion James Buescher finished third in the championship, 43 points behind Crafton.

The 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was the nineteenth season of the Camping World Truck Series, the third highest stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in North America. The season was contested over twenty-two races, beginning with the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. [1] Matt Crafton of ThorSport Racing claimed his first championship with only one finish outside the top twenty and by completing every lap of the season. Toyota won the year's Manufacturers' Championship, while Kyle Busch Motorsports won the Owners' Championship, with its No. 51 entry.

Contents

Teams and drivers

Complete schedule

TeamManufacturerNo.Race DriverCrew Chief
Brad Keselowski Racing Ford 19 [2] Ross Chastain 14Chad Kendrick [2]
Joey Logano 3 [2]
Brad Keselowski 4 [2]
Dave Blaney 1 [2]
29 Ryan Blaney (R) [3] Doug Randolph [3]
Glenden Enterprises Toyota
Ford
Chevrolet
84 Chris Fontaine 1Kevin Ingram
Dave Fuge, Jr.
Perry Mitchell
Tim Silva
Gregg Mixon
Carl Long
Robert May
Mike Harmon Racing Robert Bruce 1
Mike Harmon 13
MAKE Motorsports Danny Efland 3
Brad Riethmeyer 1
Best Performance Motorsports Jeff Babcock 1
Rick Ware Racing D.J. Kennington 1
DGM Racing Martin Roy 1 Mario Gosselin
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Chevrolet
Ram
Ford
10 Jennifer Jo Cobb 21 [4] Daniel Kolanda
Steve Kuykendall
Joe Cobb 1
Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 18 Joey Coulter [5] Harold Holly [6]
51 Kyle Busch 11 [7] Rick Ren
Ryan Fugle
Erik Jones 5
Chad Hackenbracht 4
Scott Bloomquist 1 [8]
Denny Hamlin 1
54 [9] Darrell Wallace, Jr. (R) [10] Jerry Baxter [9]
Rick Ren
Norm Benning Racing Chevrolet57 Norm Benning Brian Poff
Gary Ritter
NTS Motorsports [11] Chevrolet9 Ron Hornaday, Jr. 21 [11] Bruce Cook [11]
Nelson Piquet, Jr. 1
24 Brennan Newberry (R)21 [11] Eddie Pardue [12]
Austin Dillon 1
Red Horse Racing Toyota7 John Wes Townley [13] Mike Beam [13]
17 Timothy Peters Butch Hylton
77 Germán Quiroga (R) [14] Dan Stillman [14]
Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet3 Ty Dillon [15] Marcus Richmond
62 Brendan Gaughan [16] Shane Wilson [16]
39 Austin Dillon 1Danny Stockman
RSS Racing Ryan Sieg 18 [17] Kevin Starland
Ryan Lynch 2
DGM Racing Alex Guenette 1 Bobby Dotter
Sharp Gallaher Racing Chevrolet8 Max Gresham [18] Chris Showalter [18]
Peck Motorsports Chevrolet07 Todd Peck 1Keith Wolfe
SS-Green Light Racing Toyota
Chevrolet
Chris Cockrum 4 Butch Miller
Bryan Berry
Daniel Szymkowiak
Grant Galloway 1Richard Goad
Johnny Chapman 1
Jamie Dick 1Jaron Antley
C. J. Faison 1 Mark McFarland
Josh Reaume 1Daniel Szymkowiak
J. J. Yeley 5
Carl Long 1
Caleb Roark 1
Jimmy Weller III 3 Bobby Dotter
Daniel Szymkowiak
Cal Boprey
Jake Crum 1
81 David Starr 11Bryan Berry
Jason Miller
Bobby Dotter
C. J. Faison 1 Mark McFarland
Jimmy Weller III 2 Bobby Dotter
Ricky Ehrgott 1
Jake Crum 1
Kenny Wallace 2Bryan Berry
Bobby Dotter
Derek White 1George Church
Matt Kurzejewski 2Cal Boprey
Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet Timmy Hill 1
T3R2Ford99 Bryan Silas 20 [19] Gary Cogswell
Chad McCumbee 1
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Chevrolet Chris Lafferty 1
ThorSport Racing Toyota88 Matt Crafton [20] Carl Joiner
98 Johnny Sauter [20] Joe Shear, Jr.
Jesse Saunders
Dennis Connor [21]
Turn One Racing Chevrolet60 Dakoda Armstrong [22] Gere Kennon, Jr.
Joe Shear, Jr. [23]
Doug George
Turner Scott Motorsports Chevrolet4 [24] Jeb Burton (R) [25] Mike Hillman, Jr.
31 James Buescher [26] Michael Shelton [26]
32 Miguel Paludo [27] Jeff Hensley [27]
Source: [28]

Limited schedule

TeamManufacturerNo.Race DriverCrew ChiefRound(s)
74 Operations, LLCChevrolet44 J. R. Heffner Steven Hart1
Adrian Carriers RacingChevrolet97 Steve Wallace Nicholas Carlson3
Ben Kennedy Racing Chevrolet 96 Ben Kennedy Chris Carrier2
Bill Martel Racing Chevrolet 59 Kyle Martel Bill Martel2
B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet 78 B. J. McLeod Brian MacDonald1
Brad Keselowski Racing Ford2 Brad Keselowski Shane Whitbeck1
BRG MotorsportsToyota20 Parker Kligerman Josh Bragg1
Cefalia MotorsportsChevrolet12 Steve Smith Garry Stephens2
Clay Greenfield Motorsports Ram 68 Clay Greenfield Danny Gill8
DDK MotorsportsToyota45 Nate Monteith Wade Day1
Empire RacingFord82 Sean Corr [29] Ben Leslie
Jamie Jones
3
FDNY Racing Chevrolet28 Andy Seuss Bob Rahilly1
Blake Koch 1
Dominick Casola 1
Gallagher Motorsports Chevrolet21 Spencer Gallagher Dave Hirsch5
Glenden Enterprises Toyota83 Chris Fontaine Kevin Boykin1
Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota16 Brett Moffitt [30] Jeriod Prince [30] 1
Henderson MotorsportsChevrolet75 Caleb Holman Butch Miller 7
Kevin Dargie2
7
Norm Benning Racing Chevrolet Clay Greenfield 1
Todd Peck 1
Morgan Shepherd 1
Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet94 Chase Elliott [31] Lance McGrew 9
Hillman Racing
Team 7 Motorsports
Chevrolet27 Jeff Agnew Doug Weddle
Mark Hillman
15
Jake Crum RacingChevrolet01 Jake Crum Doug George 1
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Ram
Ford
Chevrolet
0 Scott Saunders Steve Kuykendall1
Chris Lafferty Scott Kazura
David Walls
Daniel Kolanda
10
Ken Schrader Racing Toyota52 Tyler Reddick Donnie Richeson1
Ken Schrader 2
MB Motorsports Ford
Chevrolet
63 Scott Stenzel [32] Mike Mittler2
Justin Jennings 8
NTS Motorsports Chevrolet14 Kevin Harvick [33] David Cropps2
Jeff Stankiewicz1
2
Max Papis 1
Peck MotorsportsChevrolet40 Todd Peck Keith Wolfe1
RBR EnterprisesChevrolet92 Scott Riggs [34] Ricky Benton
Michael Hester [34]
7
Clay Rogers 1
Matt McCall 1
Rick Ware Racing [35] Chevrolet1 Dusty Davis Dave Fuge, Jr.
George Church
1
Timmy Hill 1
D. J. Kennington 1
MAKE Motorsports Jonathan Davenport Carl Long 1
T. J. Bell Danny Efland 1
50 Rick Crawford Dennis Conner1
Danny Efland Perry Mitchell5
Brad Riethmeyer 1
RSS Racing Chevrolet38 J. J. Yeley Chico Garcia1
Tony Wilson1
Timothy Brown5
Carl Long 1
2
Johnny Chapman 2
Chris Jones 3
Tony Raines 1
Scott Riggs 1
Chad Frewaldt 1
93 Jason White Tony Wilson
Timothy Brown
1
Chris Jones 15
Ryan Sieg 2
Travis Kvapil 1
SunEnergy1 RacingToyota Kenny Habul Bryan Berry1
Devin Jones Racing Chevrolet 6 Devin Jones Cody Sauls1
Young's Motorsports Tyler Young 1
MAKE Motorsports Danny Efland Bradley Lowe1
Sharp Gallaher Racing Justin Lofton [36] Eddie Troconis [37]
Randy Dean
Bryan Berry
8
Jared Landers Randy Dean1
Mike Skeen Bryan Berry1
Daniel Hemric 2
Austin Dillon 1
33 John King [38] Jamie Jones [37] 1
Turner Scott Motorsports Chevrolet Brandon Jones [39] Mike Greci [39] 3
Cale Gale 3
30
Ryan Truex [40] Chris Carrier [41] 1
Nelson Piquet, Jr. 1
Kyle Larson Trent Owens 2
Todd Bodine Jimmy Villeneuve1
Ben Kennedy Chris Carrier3
34 Ryan Newman Chris Carrier1
Ron Hornaday Trent Owens 1
SWM-NEMCO Racing Toyota22 John Hunter Nemechek Steven Gray2
ThorSport Racing Toyota13 Todd Bodine Jeriod Prince7
Brett Moffitt 1
Frank Kimmel 2
Tracy Hines 1
Wauters Motorsports Ford
Chevrolet
5 Tim George, Jr. [42] Richie Wauters [42] 10
Jason Bowles 1
Win-Tron Racing Chevrolet35 Mason Mingus Mark Rette3
Young's Motorsports Chevrolet02 Tyler Young Jeff Stankiewicz6
Source: [28]

Schedule

The final calendar was released on November 28, 2012, containing 22 races. [1] Speed was re-launched in August as Fox Sports 1. The two iterations televised every race in the United States.

No.Race Title Track Date
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 22
2 Kroger 250 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville April 6
3 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Rockingham Speedway, Rockingham April 14
4 SFP 250 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City April 20
5 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 17
6 Lucas Oil 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover May 31
7 WinStar World Casino 400K Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth June 7
8 UNOH 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta June 27
9 American Ethanol 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton July 13
10 Mudsummer Classic [43] Eldora Speedway, New Weston July 24
11 Pocono Mountains 125 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond August 3
12 Michigan National Guard 200 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn August 17
13 UNOH 200 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol August 21
14 Chevrolet Silverado 250 [44] Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville, Ontario September 1
15 Fan Appreciation 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton September 8
16 EnjoyIllinois.com 225 Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet September 13
17 Smith's 350 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas September 28
18 Fred's 250 Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega October 19
19 Kroger 200 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville October 26
20 WinStar World Casino 350K Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth November 1
21 Lucas Oil 150 Phoenix International Raceway, Avondale November 8
22 Ford EcoBoost 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead November 15

Season summary

Prior to the season, NASCAR lowered its age limit for participation in the Camping World Truck Series to age 16, with a stipulation that 16- and 17-year-old drivers could only participate at races held at ovals 1 mile and shorter, and at road course tracks.

The Camping World Truck Series started its 2013 season at Daytona International Speedway. Johnny Sauter would hold off Kyle Busch over the last few laps to avenge his loss in 2012 and take the victory. Following a month-long break, the Trucks returned to action at Martinsville Speedway. Rookie polesitter Jeb Burton would dominate most of the race. However, Daytona winner Sauter passed Burton with 17 to go, and pulled away from teammate Matt Crafton to win his second race in a row. The trucks traveled to Rockingham Speedway for the first stand-alone weekend of the season. Nationwide regular Kyle Larson dominated the race, leading 187 laps and cruising to his first career win. Ron Hornaday Jr. was penalized late in the race for intentionally sending Darrell Wallace Jr. into the fences, later fined $25,000 and was put on probation until June 12.

The Truck Series returned to action at the repaved Kansas Speedway. James Buescher, who dominated the intermediate tracks en route to the 2012 title, dominated the race, but was hampered by a slow four tire pit stop late in the race. Matt Crafton and Joey Coulter would inherit the top two positions, and the two would swap the lead for the final 30 laps until Crafton prevailed, taking his 3rd career Truck win since 2011. At Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kyle Busch would rally from a pre-race engine change and would drive past Miguel Paludo late in the race to claim his first Truck Series win since 2011.

With a week off, the Truck Series returned to action at Dover International Speedway. Polesitter Darrell Wallace, Jr. would dominate the race. However, teammate and boss Kyle Busch took the lead from Wallace and Matt Crafton on lap 145 and never looked back, taking his second consecutive win of the season. At Texas, Ty Dillon would have the dominant truck, though four-time Texas winner Brendan Gaughan took the lead from Dillon during the middle portion of the race. However, a loose truck would take Gaughan out of contention. On the restart at lap 144, rookie Jeb Burton drove past Dillon and held him off for his first career win. At Kentucky Speedway, Wallace, Jr. once again dominated the race, leading 54 laps, but was taken out in a mid race incident with polesitter Ryan Blaney. Ty Dillon would inherit the lead from Kyle Busch and easily held off Busch and Brad Keselowski for his first win of the season.

The Truck Series arrived at the Eldora Speedway for the inaugural Mudsummer Classic, the first race on dirt in any series since 1970. Ken Schrader started on pole, the oldest pole sitter in any NASCAR series at 58 years, [45] but Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson battled for the lead throughout most of the race, with Dillon leading a race-high 63 laps. [46] Dillon held off Larson and Ryan Newman on a green-white-checker finish to win his first start of the year. [47] The Trucks would then trek to Pocono Raceway. After a brief rain delay before the race, Ryan Blaney pulled away from pole sitter Miguel Paludo on the second green white checkered attempt to take his first win of the season. After a week off, the series returned to action at Michigan International Speedway. Polesitter Jeb Burton would dominate most of the race, seeking his second win of the year. Defending champion James Buescher would take the lead late in the race from Kyle Busch and would go on to take his first win of the season. At Bristol Motor Speedway, defending winner Timothy Peters led most of the race. However, Kyle Busch would rally from a penalty to take the lead late from Peters and hold off his late pass attempt to take the win.

The Trucks made their inaugural trip to Canadian Tire Motorsports Park and the series' first road course since 2000 for the Chevrolet Silverado 250. Chase Elliott led most of the first half, and Ty Dillon would dominate most of the second half of the race. However, Dillon's strategy of pitting on lap 35 of 64 forced him to stretch his fuel. Elliott would chase down Dillon through the last 15 laps. On the final lap in turn 10 (the final corner), Dillon attempted to block the inside line from Elliott, but Elliott spun Dillon and went on to become the youngest winner in series history, at 17 years, 9 months and 4 days. [48]

The Trucks then made their return to Iowa Speedway. Ross Chastain would dominate most of the race, leading 116 laps. Due to NASCAR allowing the teams only two sets of tires, James Buescher made the call to pit late to take a final set of sticker tires while others had used up their sets. This would prove to be the winning move as Buescher made his way past Chastain and held him off on two green white checkered attempts to take his second win of the season. At Chicago, Kyle Busch would dominate most of the race, but would have to fend off Brad Keselowski for his fourth Truck Series win. The Trucks then made their stop at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Late in the race, Ron Hornaday looked to snap his winless streak. However, Jennifer Jo Cobb slammed the wall, forcing a restart with 2 to go. Hornaday spun his tires, allowing Timothy Peters to get by and take his first win on an intermediate track.

With the season winding down, the Truck Series traveled south to Talladega Superspeedway. Most of the afternoon would be dominated by survival. On the final run to the finish, Daytona winner Johnny Sauter, with a push from teammate Matt Crafton, vaulted ahead of the field in the tri-oval and took his third win of the season as chaos erupted behind him. The Trucks then returned to Martinsville Speedway. There, outside polesitter Darrell Wallace, Jr. would dominate the race, while Cup drivers Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick were taken out in separate incidents. Wallace would hold off Brendan Gaughan over the final 10 laps to take his first career win in the Truck Series, becoming only the second African American to win in NASCAR's top 3 series. Returning to Texas Motor Speedway, Ty Dillon would dominate the night, leading 130 of 147 laps en route to his third win of the season and the 100th win for the No. 3 in NASCAR's top series. Trekking out to the Phoenix International Raceway, it would be an all-night duel between young drivers Erik Jones and Ross Chastain. Following a caution caused by dual spins by Timothy Peters and Darrell Wallace, Jr., Jones would pass Chastain on the restart with 10 to go and hang on to become the youngest winner in series history at 17 years, 5 months and 9 days, [49] beating Chase Elliott's record from September. Points leader Matt Crafton continued his top-10 form, and only needed to start the final round at Homestead to win his maiden NASCAR championship.

At the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, while Crafton wrapped up the championship by starting his engine, the Owners Championship and Rookie of the Year battles were still to be decided. The night would be dominated by polesitter Ryan Blaney and Kyle Busch, the latter trying to win the owners championship. It seemed as though Crafton's 88 team would wrap up both championships when he crashed on lap 136 with Joey Coulter and Brennan Newberry. Busch would hold off Blaney and Jeb Burton on three green-white-checkered finishes to take his sixth win of the season and claim the Owners Championship with Crafton finishing 21st. Blaney would claim Rookie of the Year honors over Burton and Darrell Wallace, Jr.

Results and standings

Races

No.Race Pole position Most laps ledWinning
driver
Winning
manufacturer
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Brennan Newberry Ty Dillon Johnny Sauter Toyota
2 Kroger 250 Jeb Burton Jeb Burton Johnny Sauter Toyota
3 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Jeb Burton Kyle Larson Kyle Larson Chevrolet
4 SFP 250 James Buescher James Buescher Matt Crafton Toyota
5 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Jeb Burton Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
6 Lucas Oil 200 Darrell Wallace, Jr. Darrell Wallace, Jr. Kyle Busch Toyota
7 WinStar World Casino 400K Johnny Sauter Ty Dillon Jeb Burton Chevrolet
8 UNOH 225 Ryan Blaney Darrell Wallace, Jr. Ty Dillon Chevrolet
9 American Ethanol 200 Germán Quiroga Ty Dillon Timothy Peters Toyota
10 Mudsummer Classic Ken Schrader Austin Dillon Austin Dillon Chevrolet
11 Pocono Mountains 125 Miguel Paludo Ryan Blaney Ryan Blaney Ford
12 Michigan National Guard 200 Jeb Burton Jeb Burton James Buescher Chevrolet
13 UNOH 200 Chase Elliott Timothy Peters Kyle Busch Toyota
14 Chevrolet Silverado 250 James Buescher Ty Dillon Chase Elliott Chevrolet
15 Fan Appreciation 200 Ross Chastain Ross Chastain James Buescher Chevrolet
16 EnjoyIllinois.com 225 Jeb Burton Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
17 Smith's 350 Ty Dillon Matt Crafton Timothy Peters Toyota
18 Fred's 250 Jeb Burton Ty Dillon Johnny Sauter Toyota
19 Kroger 200 Denny Hamlin Darrell Wallace, Jr. Darrell Wallace, Jr. Toyota
20 WinStar World Casino 350K Jeb Burton Ty Dillon Ty Dillon Chevrolet
21 Lucas Oil 150 Ross Chastain Erik Jones Erik Jones Toyota
22 Ford EcoBoost 200 Ryan Blaney Ryan Blaney Kyle Busch Toyota

Drivers

Pos.DriverRaces Points
DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW ELD POC MCH BRI MSP IOW CHI LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM
1 Matt Crafton 926142410688910107411*91710521804
2 Ty Dillon 6*181285312*116*16203617*35414*221*414764
3 James Buescher 1314146*615943192117918926106913761
4 Johnny Sauter 1145287712112919204284102182816732
5 Jeb Burton (R)53*7151391922181210*1222891218326113731
6 Ryan Blaney (R)816832538526151*32316103202151572*726
7 Brendan Gaughan 2912342552731598161824258112434717
8 Darrell Wallace, Jr. (R)1252772710*628*877212845115171*72015704
9 Miguel Paludo 71710317181077212513314123192183111697
10 Timothy Peters 2742610266146161462*812271292616169683
11 John Wes Townley 2132113281115111222177301211677139276641
12 Dakoda Armstrong 197171212211121101118131819161716518171923628
13 Germán Quiroga (R)25291911351338142031921156142131714127625
14 Ron Hornaday, Jr. 310159301212174286118517136242832851612
15 Joey Coulter 221513232825169441411262523132712122627605
16 Max Gresham 243016253282231151013181524131910811181522579
17 Ryan Sieg 108222915171620183015322121192325111712500
18 Ross Chastain 14209161313572*1431428484
19 Brennan Newberry (R)333121201824203219271012252722153224131829452
20 Norm Benning 17333326DNQ2923253026282233202832261229302428370
21 Bryan Silas 3234231934222229DNQ2416291133242216332733354
22 Chase Elliott 654551312010315
23 Jeff Agnew 232335232123152023313018281518314
24 David Starr 311320132314172322323284
25 Jennifer Jo Cobb 35363117DNQ272726323225DNQ23262823DNQDNQ2925DNQ262
26 Tim George, Jr. 16221814162521182316252
27 Justin Lofton 41014191518205250
28 Todd Bodine 1111322117191811215
29 Erik Jones 99291*195
30 Chris Jones 343436343034134Wth31273632362735353213235177
31 Justin Jennings 1824302823233019157
32 Tyler Young 24291927242224139
33 Ben Kennedy 201516430135
34 Caleb Holman 21293320173023135
35 Chris Lafferty 3529363534263036352935Wth124
36 Chad Hackenbracht 2615217116
37 Cale Gale 13610103
38 Clay Greenfield 26DNQDNQ16351DNQ341327187
39 Jimmy Weller III 24DNQ3526361782
40 Chris Cockrum 1522283477
41 Brandon Jones 27201967
42 Spencer Gallagher DNQ22DNQ203258
43 Brett Moffitt 141757
44 Jake Crum 31281954
45 John Hunter Nemechek 162151
46 Mason Mingus 36222549
47 Daniel Hemric 321343
48 Frank Kimmel 212443
49 Chris Fontaine 341540
50 Kyle Martel 262240
51 C. J. Faison 301939
52 Ryan Lynch 242539
53 Matt Kurzejewski 272437
54 Jared Landers 1232
55 Todd Peck 292731132
56 Tracy Hines 1331
57 Mike Skeen 1331
58 Sean Corr DNQ263329
59 Steve Smith 293029
60 John King 1826
61 D. J. Kennington 362626
62 B. J. McLeod 1925
63 Dusty Davis 2024
64 Matt McCall 2222
65 Devin Jones 2420
66 Scott Stenzel DNQ2519
67 Clay Rogers 2519
68 Josh Reaume 2519
69 Scott Bloomquist 2519
70 Alex Guenette 2519
71 Grant Galloway 2717
72 Johnny Chapman 2836132116
73 Ryan Truex (R)2816
74 Robert Bruce 2816
75 Caleb Roark 2816
76 Dominick Casola 2915
77 Tyler Reddick 3014
78 Jeff Babcock 3014
79 Chad McCumbee 3311
80 Brad Riethmeyer 34DNQ10
81 Nate Monteith 359
82 Scott Saunders 368
83 Ricky Ehrgott 368
Chad Frewaldt 2910
Rick Crawford DNQ0
Jonathan Davenport DNQ0
Andy Seuss DNQ0
Joe Cobb DNQ0
J. R. Heffner DNQ0
Ineligible for Camping World Truck championship points
Pos.Driver DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW ELD POC MCH BRI MSP IOW CHI LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points
  Kyle Busch 2271*13211*10281 
  Kyle Larson 1*2 
  Austin Dillon 1*720 
  Brad Keselowski 1429221 
  Joey Logano 2244 
  Ryan Newman 3 
  Parker Kligerman 4 
  Timmy Hill 631 
  Max Papis 6 
  Denny Hamlin 6 
  Scott Riggs 363511232929922 
  Dave Blaney 9 
  Steve Wallace 171814 
  Ken Schrader 1426 
  Martin Roy 14 
  Kenny Wallace 1720 
  Nelson Piquet, Jr. 1931 
  Blake Koch 19 
  Danny Efland 2820333133333033DNQ 
  Derek White 21 
  Mike Harmon 363324322523DNQ343125223134 
  J. J. Yeley 35332434333536 
  Jason Bowles 24 
  Kevin Harvick 2530 
  Kenny Habul 26 
  Carl Long 29Wth 
  Jason White 30 
  Jamie Dick 30 
  Morgan Shepherd 34 
  Travis Kvapil 34 
  Tony Raines 35 
  T. J. Bell DNQ 
Pos.Driver DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW ELD POC MCH BRI MSP IO2 CHI LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points
Races
1 – Post entry, driver and owner did not score points.
Key
ColorResult
GoldWinner
SilverFinished 2nd–5th
BronzeFinished 6th–10th
GreenFinished 11th–20th
BlueFinished 21st or worse
PurpleDid Not Finish (DNF)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
PinkDid Not Qualify (DNQ)
TanWithdrew From Race (Wth)
WhiteQualified for another driver (QL)
Qualified but replaced due to injury or incident (INQ)
Relieved another driver (RL)
BlankDid Not Participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)

Bold – Pole position awarded by time.
Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or by practice speeds.
* – Most laps led.
1 – Post entry, driver and owner did not score points.

Manufacturer

PosManufacturerWinsPoints
1 Toyota 13163
2 Chevrolet 8142
3 Ford 1113
4 Ram 057

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