Thank you for following along with NASCAR.com's Lap-by-Lap coverage from Michigan. The Camping World Truck Series returns to racing on Sunday, Sept. 4 at 2:30 p.m. ET for the Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (FS1).
Hemric, Byron and Hayley complete the finishing top five, respectively.
Moffitt's Red Horse Racing teammate Peters finishes second.
Brett Moffitt wins the Camping World Truck Series Careers for Veterans 200 Presented by Cooper Standard and Brad Keselowski's Checkered Flag Foundation. This is Moffitt's first Truck Series win.
Last lap. Moffitt moves in front of Peters and Byron for the lead.
Byron attempts to pass Peters.
Byron and Moffitt side-by-side for second.
Top three is all Toyotas.
Byron hangs behind Peters by .126 seconds.
Top five: Peters, Byron, Moffitt, Hemric and Hayley, respectively.
Green flag: Peters leads off the restart.
Caution: Custer slams the wall in Turn 3. His No. 00 is flaming. Ryan Truex is the beneficiary.
Green flag: Custer leads off the restart from the outside lane.
Bell got loose when he tried to pass Custer for the lead and spun, taking Gallagher out with him.
Caution: Bell and Gallagher wreck. Reddick is the beneficiary.
Restart is good.
Restart is under review.
Green flag: Custer leads off the restart.
Reddick on pit road getting work done.
Caution: Contact between Sauter and Reddick. Reddick is smoking. Sorenson is the beneficiary.
Green flag: Cole Custer leads off there restart.
Race off pit road: 9-17-11-81-19-24-21-23-33-13.
Trucks on pit road.
Caution: John Hunter Nemechek gets into Turn 3. Reed Sorenson is the beneficiary.
Gallagher challenging Peters for the lead.
Top five: Peters, Bell, Gallagher, Moffitt and Crafton, respectively.
Norm Benning to the garage.
Green flag: Peters leads off the restart.
Townley has a tire issue.
Caution: Debris in Turn 1.
Crafton takes over the lead.
Green flag: Rhodes leads the field.
Ben Rhodes stayed out and will lead the field to green.
Trucks headed to pit road.
Caution: Enrique Contreras hits the wall.
Polesitter Townley has slid back to 15th.
Top five: Crafton, Bell, Hemric, Byron and Peters, respectively.
Crafton takes the lead from Hemric.
Green flag: Daniel Hemric leads off the restart.
Spencer Gallagher gets pit road penalty for crew member coming over the wall too soon.
Trucks head to pit road.
Sauter moves up to seventh.
Peters takes over the lead.
Brett Moffitt takes fifth as Townley falls back to seventh. Kennedy still running sixth.
Bryon takes the lead from Crafton.
Crafton ahead of Peters by just .186 seconds.
Crafton takes the lead from Peters.
Top five currently: Peters, Crafton, Byron, Bell and Townley, respectively.
Tyler Reddick gets a little loose as Kennedy gets by him.
Timothy Peters is the new leader.
Ben Kennedy eyes a spot in the top five as he's currently running sixth behind Townley.
Ryan Ellis to the garage.
Townley has dropped to fifth from starting the race first.
Crafton jumps to the lead in Turn 1.
Green flag: John Wes Townley leads the field to green.
3:44 p.m. ET:
Trucks are rolling off pit road and onto the 2-mile track.
3:40 p.m. ET:
Engines are fired.
"Driver's start your engines:"
Keith Stephenson, COO Cooper Standard; Sharyl Stone, Private First Class, U.S. Army; Tina Valentine, Lance Corporal, United States Marine Corps; Gary Edwards, Vietnam veteran, E-5 Second Class, United States Navy; Kurt Aerts from Exxon.
3:37 p.m. ET:
There will be no Competition Caution.
Hooligan Flight Team (Turn 3 to Turn 1).
U.S. Army Chorus Quartet.
Father Geoff Rose.
Presentation of Colors:
Michigan State Police.
3:30 p.m. ET:
Pre-race ceremonies are now underway.
3:05 p.m. ET:
When the race gets back underway it will appear on FS2.
2:25 p.m. ET:
Track drying continues to take place. Rain looks to be moving away from the track.
1:45 p.m. ET:
FS1 has gone to contingency programming and are currently airing "The Day: Remembering Dale Earnhardt."
1:30 p.m. ET:
The drying process is still taking place at Michigan.
1:07 p.m. ET:
The Truck race is currently on hold as crew members work to dry the track.
12:52 p.m. ET:
Johnny Sauter, who is starting seventh, is the only driver in the field who has a win at Michigan. Defending race winner and Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch is not participating in this year's race.
12:50 p.m. ET:
William Byron, Timothy Peters and Christopher Bell complete the starting top five.
12:49 p.m. ET:
Lining up next to Townley is two-time Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton.
12:48 p.m. ET:
John Wes Townley won the Keystone Light Pole Award and will lead the field to green.
12:47 p.m. ET:
Today's race will be on FOX Sports 1 and is 100 laps, 200 miles long.
Thank you for following NASCAR.com's Lap-by-Lap coverage of the Camping World Truck Series Careers for Veterans 200 Presented by Cooper Standard and Brad Keselowski's Checkered Flag Foundation.