By Data Skrive
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Austin Wayne Self finished fifth in the Corrigan Oil 200 at Michigan International Speedway on Saturday. It’s Self’s first top-five finish of the season.
Austin Hill took the checkered flag in the race, with Sheldon Creed finishing second, and Tyler Dippel crossing the finish line third.
Ross Chastain took Stage 1 and Moffitt finished out front in Stage 2.
Self earned 37 points over the weekend, increasing his total to 303 on the season. He ranks No. 14 in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series overall standings.
The fourth-year driver did not earn any playoff points this week and still is in search of his first playoff points of the season.
Self qualified in 23rd position at 180.900 mph.
Self still is looking for his first career win but owns one top-five finish and six finishes in the top 10.
There were 32 cars in the field and the race endured eight cautions and 35 caution laps. Prior to the checkered flag, there were 17 lead changes.
With Hill driving his Tundra to victory for Shigeaki Hattori, Toyota added 40 points to its season totals. Overall, Toyota ranks No. 1 with 600 points, followed by Chevrolet in the No. 2 spot with 581. Ford sits at No. 3 with 535 points on the season.
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