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RESULTS

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1

John H. Nemechek

4 |

3

Running

134

94

59

6

2

Kyle Busch

51 |

29

Running

134

16

0

0

3

Austin Hill

16 |

31

Running

134

0

39

0

4

Stewart Friesen

52 |

9

Running

134

4

47

0

5

Matt Crafton

88 |

4

Running

134

0

47

0

6

Zane Smith

21 |

32

Running

134

0

31

0

7

Grant Enfinger

9 |

18

Running

134

0

35

0

8

Parker Kligerman

75 |

40

Running

134

0

29

0

9

Christian Eckes

98 |

5

Running

134

0

35

0

10

Ben Rhodes

99 |

1

Running

134

0

36

0

11

Brett Moffitt

45 |

17

Running

134

13

26

0

12

Tanner Gray

15 |

22

Running

134

0

25

0

13

Todd Gilliland

38 |

6

Running

134

0

24

0

14

Austin Wayne Self

22 |

12

Running

134

0

23

0

15

Johnny Sauter

13 |

11

Running

134

0

22

0

16

Timothy Peters

25 |

19

Running

134

0

21

0

17

Danny Bohn

30 |

26

Running

134

0

20

0

18

Sheldon Creed

2 |

2

Running

134

7

28

0

19

Chandler Smith

18 |

7

Running

134

0

20

0

20

Tate Fogleman

12 |

20

Running

134

0

17

0

21

Dawson Cram

41 |

23

Running

134

0

16

0

22

Spencer Boyd

20 |

33

Running

134

0

15

0

23

Chase Purdy

23 |

21

Running

134

0

14

0

24

Carson Hocevar

42 |

10

Running

133

0

13

0

25

Kris Wright

02 |

15

Running

132

0

12

0

26

BJ McLeod

34 |

39

Running

132

0

0

0

27

Jordan Anderson

3 |

28

Running

132

0

0

0

28

Hailie Deegan

1 |

30

Running

130

0

9

0

29

Jennifer Jo Cobb

10 |

34

Running

130

0

8

0

30

Raphael Lessard

24 |

13

Running

130

0

7

0

31

Jesse Iwuji

33 |

37

Running

129

0

6

0

32

Derek Kraus

19 |

8

Running

126

0

5

0

33

Norm Benning

6 |

35

Running

123

0

4

0

34

Tyler Ankrum

26 |

16

Accident

122

0

4

0

35

Tyler Hill

56 |

25

Accident

112

0

2

0

36

Cory Roper

04 |

27

Accident

111

0

1

0

37

Bret Holmes

32 |

38

DVP

106

0

1

0

38

Ryan Truex

40 |

24

DVP

103

0

1

0

39

David Gilliland

17 |

14

Accident

96

0

8

0

40

Conor Daly

44 |

36

Accident

68

0

1

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    John Hunter Nemechek

    #1

    LEADER

    John Hunter Nemechek

    4|

  • #2 | 0.686

    Kyle Busch

    #2

    0.686

    Kyle Busch

    51|

  • #3 | 1.348

    Austin Hill

    #3

    1.348

    Austin Hill

    16|

John Hunter Nemechek holds off Kyle Busch for Truck Series win at Las Vegas

John Hunter Nemechek earned his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win in four years, holding off his boss Kyle Busch by 0.695-seconds for the victory in Friday night‘s Bucked Up 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

It was a 1-2 finish for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Nemechek, 23, of Mooresville, North Carolina, led a race-best 94 laps in the No. 4 Toyota — the pair combined to lead a dominating 110 of the 134 total laps with each taking a Stage victory.

And while Nemechek held the point for most of the race, it was a typically thrilling Las Vegas show turned in by the Vegas native Busch, who has won the last three spring races at the track.

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Busch started 29th and raced his way inside the top 10 by the 10th lap. A blown tire on his No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota put him down a lap with about 50 laps remaining and again, he turned in a dazzling performance — restarting 25th with 31 laps to go and breaking into the top 10 just 10 laps later.

The two Kyle Busch Motorsports drivers were lined up first and second on the race‘s final restart with six laps to go, but Nemechek was able to pull ahead and pull away to his first series victory driving for the series all-time winningest driver Busch.

“Coming back to the Truck Series, that was the plan, that was the goal, we came into the year with the hashtag ‘here for wins‘ and we are here for wins,” said Nemechek who has seven career series wins. “I definitely think experience paid off tonight.”

Disappointed not to win, Busch was still encouraged for his team after the race.

“It‘s perfect, it‘s all you can ask for, it‘s everything,” the two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Busch said of his team after the race. “It‘s cool to see the four-truck in Victory Lane and see John Hunter have a shot and get back in Victory Lane.

“Having Eric Phillips back and all the guys that have come on board this year doing all the stuff that we‘re accustomed to doing and getting back to running up front, seeing both of us sharing in that and having that speed, that four-truck was fast.

“Even on those short runs I couldn‘t run with him. After about eight or 10 (laps) I had a better shot at running with him but we just didn‘t have the laps there at the end.”

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Austin Hill, a two-time Las Vegas winner, finished third followed by Stewart Friesen and Matt Crafton. Zane Smith, Grant Enfinger, Parker Kligerman, Christian Eckes and Ben Rhodes — a two-time winner already this season — rounded out the top 10.

Enfinger and Kligerman both collected an extra $25,000 bonus check from series sponsor Camping World for their top-10 efforts. The series sponsor offered an incentive program this week with an extra payday available for the 10 trucks that carried the Camping World name on it, as Enfinger and Kligerman did. There was a bonus for winning, finishing among the top five and finishing among the top 10.

With the win, Nemechek takes a 14-point advantage atop the championship standings over the season‘s two-time winner Rhodes. The series next race is the Fr8Auctions 200 on March 20 at Atlanta Motor Speedway (2:30 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR).

The biggest incident of the race occurred on Lap 96. A seven-car pileup at the entrance of Turn 1 after the No. 24 Chevrolet of Raphael Lessard came across the nose of David Gilliland‘s No. 17 Toyota, sending both drivers for a spin. The crash also collected Hailie Deegan, Sheldon Creed, Austin Wayne Self, Bret Holmes and Ryan Truex. Holmes and Truex were forced to retire from the race.

Notes: The No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota of race winner John Hunter Nemechek passed post-race technical inspection at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which means his victory is official. The No. 52 Halmar Friesen Racing Toyota of Stewart Friesen had one lug nut not safe and secure. NASCAR officials will take the No. 4 of Nemechek, the No. 21 GMS Racing Chevrolet of Zane Smith and the No. 15 David Gilliland Racing Ford back to the R&D Center in Concord, North Carolina for a full teardown and inspection.