• NASCAR Cup Series
  • Xfinity Series
  • Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series

World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway

CarShield 200 Presented by CK Power Results

August 30th, 2020

RESULTS

START POS

FINAL STATUS

LAPS COMPLETED

LAPS LED

POINTS

PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Sheldon Creed

2 |

17

Running

160

15

49

5

2

Brett Moffitt

23 |

2

Running

160

0

48

0

3

Austin Hill

16 |

4

Running

160

0

34

0

4

Sam Mayer

24 |

15

Running

160

24

45

0

5

Stewart Friesen

52 |

13

Running

160

0

33

0

6

Raphael Lessard

4 |

19

Running

160

0

33

0

7

Zane Smith

21 |

1

Running

160

45

47

0

8

Grant Enfinger

98 |

11

Running

160

0

29

0

9

Ty Majeski

45 |

18

Running

160

0

30

0

10

Tanner Gray

15 |

14

Running

160

0

27

0

11

Ben Rhodes

99 |

5

Running

160

0

33

0

12

Tyler Ankrum

26 |

8

Running

160

0

30

0

13

Derek Kraus

19 |

10

Running

160

0

24

0

14

Matt Crafton

88 |

3

Running

160

0

29

0

15

Carson Hocevar

40 |

16

Running

160

0

22

0

16

Danny Bohn

30 |

29

Running

160

0

21

0

17

Jordan Anderson

3 |

21

Running

160

0

20

0

18

Tate Fogleman

02 |

22

Running

160

0

19

0

19

Clay Greenfield

68 |

25

Running

160

0

18

0

20

Kyle Donahue

00 |

31

Running

160

0

17

0

21

Tyler Hill

56 |

30

Running

159

0

16

0

22

Dawson Cram

41 |

24

Running

158

0

15

0

23

Chandler Smith

51 |

12

Running

157

0

14

0

24

Todd Gilliland

38 |

6

Running

157

75

33

0

25

Spencer Boyd

20 |

23

Running

157

1

12

0

26

Bryant Barnhill

33 |

26

Running

156

0

11

0

27

Roger Reuse

49 |

33

Running

151

0

10

0

28

Natalie Decker

44 |

28

Running

150

0

9

0

29

Norm Benning

6 |

32

Running

148

0

8

0

30

Austin Wayne Self

22 |

20

DVP

145

0

7

0

31

Jennifer Jo Cobb

10 |

27

Accident

124

0

6

0

32

Christian Eckes

18 |

7

Driveshaft

121

0

21

0

33

Johnny Sauter

13 |

9

Vibration

22

0

5

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    Sheldon Creed

    #1

    LEADER

    Sheldon Creed

    2|

  • #2 | 0.881

    Brett Moffitt

    #2

    0.881

    Brett Moffitt

    23|

  • #3 | 1.072

    Austin Hill

    #3

    1.072

    Austin Hill

    16|

Sheldon Creed takes over late to win Gander Trucks race at World Wide Technology Raceway

Sheldon Creed won his second NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race in the last three weeks, holding off former series champion Brett Moffitt by a mere .881-seconds to take the trophy in Sunday afternoon‘s CarShield 200 Presented by CK Power at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway.

It was the 22-year-old Californian‘s third career win and, notably, his second victory in the season‘s three-race Triple Truck Challenge just this month, which earned him a total of $150,000 in bonuses.

Sunday‘s victory did not come without controversy, however, as Creed‘s No. 2 GMS Racing Chevrolet collided with the race‘s most dominant driver, Todd Gilliland, racing hard with just under 40 laps remaining. The contact got Gilliland‘s race-leading No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford out of shape and forced him into an unscheduled pit stop. And Gilliland, who had already won both Stage 1 and Stage 2 and led a race best 76 of the 160 laps, ultimately finished 24th.

“(The win) feels great, but I want to start by apologizing to the 38 (Gilliland),” Creed said. “It‘s so hard to pass here and I got down into his inside and just was really loose getting in. He was really close to my door. They were having such a good day and me and Todd are buddies. I hate doing that to him. They are a strong team. He owes me one.

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“But hats off to my guys. They made great adjustments all day. Came from 17th and had my work cut out for me.”

Championship points leader Austin Hill finished third, followed by 17-year-old Sam Mayer, who led an impressive 24 laps before getting beaten by Creed on a restart with 13 laps remaining. Stewart Friesen, rounded out the top five, his third straight top-five finish in what‘s been a largely inconsistent season for the Canadian driver.

Rookies Raphael Lessard and Zane Smith finished sixth and seventh. Grant Enfinger, a two-race winner this season, rallied to an eighth-place finish. Rookies Ty Majeski and Tanner Gray rounded out the top 10.

“I was just trying to play games on the restart and it didn‘t work out in my favor obviously,” said Mayer, who was making just his fifth series start. “That‘s what I get for playing games. I was a sitting duck really. I am proud of my GMS guys today.”

The vast majority of the race stayed green and early on, especially, looked to be Gilliland‘s for the taking. His stage wins were the first for the 20-year-old in two seasons, and a victory would have automatically meant a position in the 10-driver Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Playoffs, which begin Sept. 25 in Las Vegas.

“I think he (Creed) knows what happened and I know what happened,” an obviously frustrated Gilliland said after the race. “He just drove in there over his head and got us. That‘s racing. I just hate it.

“Had such a good truck there from the beginning going from sixth to first under green,” he continued, “Then to win both stages, gosh, I feel like it was such a good day and it was one of the more dominant truck races I‘ve ever run. We just have to keep this up.”

Despite the frustrating result, Gilliland‘s two stage wins earned him enough points to keep him inside that 10-driver Playoff cutoff. He is ranked 10th, 13 points ahead of 11th-place Derek Kraus, who finished 13th on Sunday.

The series moves to historic Darlington Raceway for the South Carolina Education Lottery 200 next Sunday afternoon (2 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). It‘s the first time since 2011 the Gander Trucks will compete on the egg-shaped track.