Lap By Lap Comments



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Top five: Byron, Bell, Crafton, Reddick, Peters.

Lap 175:

Checkered flag: William Byron wins the opening Camping World Truck Series race, as the caution comes out for Ben Rhodes.

Lap 174:

Bryon tries to hold off his teammate.

Lap 173:

White flag: Byron leads, but Bell is coming.

Lap 162:

Daniel Hemric takes his No. 19 to the garage. Hemric is ranked last on the Chase Grid as it stands now.

Lap 154:

William Byron has now led 140 of 154 laps run thus far today.

Lap 150:

A little contact with Ben Rhodes appears to have given John Hunter Nemechek a tire rub: his No. 8 has a bit of smoke coming from it.

Lap 146:

Chaser Ben Kennedy battles Johnny Sauter for 11th.

Lap 145:

Current top five: Byron, Bell, Crafton, Reddick and Peters. Reddick is the only non-Chase driver in the top five at present moment.

Lap 141:

Ben Rhodes fights Johnny Sauter for a top-10 spot.

Lap 135:

Green flag: William Byron leads.

Lap 127:

Caution: Austin Wayne Self gets into the wall.

Lap 126:

Cameron Hayley makes an unexpected trip down pit road.

Lap 123:

John Hunter Nemechek is up to fourth, the highest he's run all day.

Lap 120:

Tyler Reddick, a non-Chase driver, takes second from Christopher Bell.

Lap 119:

Green flag: William Byron, Christopher Bell lead.

Lap 117:

Leaders stay off pit road. Some of the drivers in the middle of the pack come down for stops.

Lap 117:

Caution: Stewart Friesen spins. Rico Abreu is the beneficiary of the free pass.

Lap 109:

Green flag: William Byron leads.

Lap 107:

Cody Coughlin is penalized for crew members over the wall too soon.

Lap 105:

The 07 Truck is penalized for an uncontrolled tire and will start at the end of the field.

Lap 104:

Top five off pit road: 9, 4, 29, 88, 17. Many teams elected to take two tires, but William Byron's team was able to put on four and maintain the lead.

Lap 103:

Caution: Caution clock expires. Ryan Truex is the beneficiary of the free pass.

Lap 84:

Crafton has made his way into the top three, as Byron's lead extends to over 3 seconds.

Lap 69:

Christopher Bell runs into lapped traffic and William Byron takes the lead.

Lap 68:

The Kyle Busch Motorsports cars are all running in the top three, with Christopher Bell leading the pack.

Lap 64:

Ryan Truex has a left-rear tire rub.

Lap 63:

Green flag: Christopher Bell leads.

Lap 57:

Caution: Cole Custer spins in Turn 2.

Lap 59:

Christopher Bell quickly passes Coughlin for the lead.

Lap 58:

Green flag: Cody Coughlin leads after taking the wavearound.

Lap 54:

Race off pit road: 4,33, 88, 23, 9 29, 05, 17, 11, 13.

Lap 52:

Caution: John Hunter Nemechek spins in Turn 2.

Lap 47:

Four of the top-five drivers are Chase competitors; the rest of the Chase drivers run eighth, 13th, 14th and 30th.

Lap 34:

Johnny Sauter and Brett Moffitt make slight contact.

Lap 31:

Green flag: William Byron, Christopher Bell lead.

Lap 28:

Matt Mills is penalized for driving through too many boxes on exit and crew member over the wall too soon.

Lap 26:

Daniel Hemric's left rear tire has some flames on pit road.

Lap 26:

Several drivers decide to come to pit road under caution.

Lap 25:

Caution: Daniel Hemric spins out.

Lap 25:

Leader Byron has shot ahead of the field and is more than three seconds ahead of the rest of the field.

Lap 24:

NASCAR posts the No. 50 of Travis Kvapil, as his window net has come down.

Lap 23:

Ben Kennedy is the lowest running Camping World Truck Series Chase driver in 16th.

Lap 18:

Timothy Peters fights Byron's KBM teammate Christopher Bell for second.

Lap 17:

Green flag: William Byron leads.

Lap 12:

Caution: Several trucks wreck on the backstretch.

Lap 11:

Green flag: William Byron leads.

Lap 10:

After an extended clean-up, we're getting ready to go green.

Lap 2:

Caution: No. 10 of Caleb Roark wrecks at the entrance of pit road.

Lap 1:

William Byron took the outside lane and got a good restart, solidifying his lead.

Green Flag:

Green flag: UNOH 175 (175 laps, 185.15 miles).

"Drivers, start your engines:"

Dr. Jeffrey Jarvis, President of UNOH.

Looking back:

None of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase drivers have won at New Hampshire. Cole Custer and Travis Kvapil are the only Truck drivers who have reached Loudon's Victory Lane.

Fly-By TOT:

North American P-51 Mustang and Vought F4U-5NL Corsair, Collings Foundation (Turn 1 – Turn 4).

National Anthem:

Madelyn Paquette.


Bruce Peterson.

Presentation of Colors:

United States Coast Guard Honor Guard.

Canadian National Anthem:

Catherine Martinez.

On the pole:

On the pole: William Byron, driver of the No. 9 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota.


Welcome: It's Lap-by-Lap for the UNOH 175, the first race of the 2016 Camping World Truck Series Chase.