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Michigan International Speedway

Henry Ford Health System 200 Results

August 7th, 2020

RESULTS

START POS

FINAL STATUS

LAPS COMPLETED

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POINTS

PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Zane Smith

21 |

7

Running

107

1

42

5

2

Christian Eckes

18 |

3

Running

107

1

35

0

3

Tanner Gray

15 |

16

Running

107

0

40

0

4

Tyler Ankrum

26 |

14

Running

107

0

33

0

5

Todd Gilliland

38 |

19

Running

107

0

40

0

6

Brett Moffitt

23 |

2

Running

107

20

50

1

7

Raphael Lessard

4 |

11

Running

107

4

30

0

8

Derek Kraus

19 |

9

Running

107

0

36

0

9

Parker Kligerman

75 |

35

Running

107

0

30

0

10

David Gravel

24 |

12

Running

107

0

27

0

11

Ben Rhodes

99 |

10

Running

107

0

34

0

12

Austin Hill

16 |

5

Running

107

11

34

0

13

Tate Fogleman

02 |

25

Running

107

0

24

0

14

Dawson Cram

55 |

38

Running

107

3

23

0

15

Ty Majeski

45 |

18

Running

107

0

22

0

16

Johnny Sauter

13 |

13

Running

107

18

31

1

17

Josh Reaume

00 |

29

Running

107

1

20

0

18

Codie Rohrbaugh

9 |

26

Running

107

0

19

0

19

Ryan Truex

40 |

20

Running

107

0

18

0

20

Clay Greenfield

68 |

22

Running

107

0

17

0

21

Tyler Hill

56 |

30

Running

107

0

16

0

22

Jesse Iwuji

33 |

23

Running

107

0

15

0

23

Matt Crafton

88 |

4

Running

107

0

21

0

24

Cory Roper

04 |

28

Running

107

0

13

0

25

John H. Nemechek

8 |

34

Running

107

2

0

0

26

Timothy Viens

49 |

32

Running

107

0

11

0

27

Spencer Boyd

20 |

31

Running

107

0

10

0

28

Jennifer Jo Cobb

10 |

33

Running

107

0

9

0

29

Trey Hutchens III

14 |

39

Running

107

0

8

0

30

Sheldon Creed

2 |

8

Running

106

1

21

0

31

Norm Benning

6 |

36

Running

106

0

6

0

32

Jordan Anderson

3 |

24

Running

106

0

5

0

33

Grant Enfinger

98 |

6

Running

105

38

16

0

34

Ray Ciccarelli

83 |

37

Running

103

0

5

0

35

Brennan Poole

30 |

17

Accident

100

0

0

0

36

Jeb Burton

44 |

15

Accident

99

0

0

0

37

Austin Wayne Self

22 |

27

Running

96

0

5

0

38

Chandler Smith

51 |

1

Accident

59

4

6

0

39

Stewart Friesen

52 |

21

Accident

49

0

8

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    Zane Smith

    #1

    LEADER

    Zane Smith

    21|

  • #2 | 0.318

    Christian Eckes

    #2

    0.318

    Christian Eckes

    18|

  • #3 | 1.089

    Tanner Gray

    #3

    1.089

    Tanner Gray

    15|

Zane Smith wins first career Gander Truck Series race in overtime at Michigan

Zane Smith made a last-lap pass in double overtime to earn his first career NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series victory Friday night in the Henry Ford Health System 200 at Michigan International Speedway.

The 21-year old Smith held off his friend, Sunoco rookie Christian Eckes, by a mere .318 seconds for the victory and his official berth into the upcoming 2020 series playoffs. Their duel was made possible after the race‘s most dominant driver, Grant Enfinger, was taken from the lead on the restart in a three-truck collision at the front of the field involving 2019 Michigan race winner Austin Hill and NASCAR Cup Series rookie John Hunter Nemechek.

RELATED: Official results

Grant Enfinger, a two-race winner this season, led a race-best 38 of the 107 laps but finished 33rd.

Former NHRA champion-turned NASCAR rookie Tanner Gray finished a career-best third, followed by Tyler Ankrum (fourth) and Todd Gilliland (fifth). The average age of the top five finishers was 20 years old.

Brett Moffitt, Raphael Lessard, Derek Kraus, Parker Kligerman and World of Outlaws sprint-car star David Gravel rounded out the top 10 in order. It was a career-best finish for Lessard as well.

After holding the checkered flag up on the Michigan frontstretch, an emotional Smith climbed out of his No. 21 GMS Racing Chevrolet and spoke about the personal enormity of his victory. His previous best finish in only 11 career series starts was third at Charlotte Motor Speedway earlier this year.

“I really don‘t know where to start,” the California native said. “A lot of people don‘t understand my situation with racing. It‘s unbelievable I‘ve made it to this point. Just thank you.

“A lot of this sport, as we all know, is about money and I don‘t come from that. Making it to this point and to win and to be with such an awesome team like GMS Racing is something special. I wish everyone could be here so I could celebrate with my parents and my girlfriend. Man, this is a lot to take in and it was awesome racing with all my friends. Man, an unbelievable day.”

The veteran, 2016 series champion Johnny Sauter was chasing Enfinger down during green-flag laps late in the race and looked to be making a solid charge from an uncharacteristic points position outside the current playoff top 10. But Sauter‘s No. 13 ThorSport Racing Ford wiggled loose and crashed while running alongside teammate Enfinger. Prior to that, he won Stage 2 of the race — his first stage win of the season — and led a season-best 18 laps, but ultimately he finished 16th.

Sauter‘s accident was one of a record 11 caution periods. There were 18 lead changes among 13 drivers.

Moffitt, another former series champion, won the opening stage of the race.

The series heads to Daytona International Speedway for a first-ever race on the famed track‘s infield road course next Sunday at 12 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

Note: Zane Smith’s No. 21 GMS Racing Chevrolet passed NASCAR’s post-race technical inspection at Michigan International Speedway.