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RESULTS

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Kyle Busch

51 |

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130

102

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Austin Hill

16 |

6

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50

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John H. Nemechek

4 |

1

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130

21

54

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4

Johnny Sauter

13 |

13

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34

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Sheldon Creed

2 |

8

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39

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6

Zane Smith

21 |

7

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38

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7

Ross Chastain

44 |

40

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0

0

8

Matt Crafton

88 |

3

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3

35

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9

Brett Moffitt

45 |

10

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130

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31

0

10

Stewart Friesen

52 |

4

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42

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11

Grant Enfinger

98 |

19

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26

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12

Carson Hocevar

42 |

17

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25

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13

Derek Kraus

19 |

29

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30

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14

Parker Kligerman

75 |

15

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23

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Ryan Truex

40 |

32

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22

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16

Ben Rhodes

99 |

5

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21

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17

Todd Gilliland

38 |

9

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20

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18

Tyler Ankrum

26 |

30

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19

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19

Tanner Gray

15 |

14

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18

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20

Spencer Davis

11 |

39

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17

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21

Hailie Deegan

1 |

28

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129

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16

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22

Josh Berry

02 |

18

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23

Austin Wayne Self

22 |

12

Running

128

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14

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24

Chase Purdy

23 |

26

Running

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4

13

0

25

Jordan Anderson

3 |

24

Running

128

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0

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26

Tate Fogleman

12 |

22

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128

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11

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27

Cory Roper

04 |

34

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10

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28

Danny Bohn

30 |

21

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9

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29

Codie Rohrbaugh

9 |

20

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8

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30

Timothy Peters

25 |

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7

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31

Dawson Cram

41 |

27

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6

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32

Bret Holmes

32 |

35

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5

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33

Spencer Boyd

20 |

25

Running

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4

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34

Ryan Ellis

34 |

36

Running

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35

Chandler Smith

18 |

11

Running

124

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2

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36

Bill Lester

17 |

31

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123

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1

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37

Akinori Ogata

33 |

38

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123

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1

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38

Jennifer Jo Cobb

10 |

33

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117

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1

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39

Raphael Lessard

24 |

23

Transmission

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40

Norm Benning

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37

Too Slow

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  • #1 | LEADER

    Kyle Busch

    #1

    LEADER

    Kyle Busch

    51|

  • #2 | 4.133

    Austin Hill

    #2

    4.133

    Austin Hill

    16|

  • #3 | 9.665

    John Hunter Nemechek

    #3

    9.665

    John Hunter Nemechek

    4|

Kyle Busch dominant at Atlanta, notches 60th win in Camping World Trucks

Kyle Busch wasn‘t about to let two straight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races slip away.

Leading 102 of 130 laps and pulling away in the final stage of Saturday‘s Fr8Auctions 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Busch notched his first victory of the season, his sixth at the 1.54-mile track and the 60th of his career — extending his own series record.

Busch beat runner-up Austin Hill to the finish line by 4.133 seconds. Third was John Hunter Nemechek, who had held off Busch, his team owner, to win the last Truck Series outing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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“I thought we had a great truck at the start of the race,” said Busch, who collected his 214th NASCAR national series win. “We just kept working on it all day. We were loose to start, and we got it a lot better there. That final stage, we just took off, and it was super-fast, super-good. Can‘t say enough about everybody at Kyle Busch Motorsports.” 

Busch led most of the first two stages, but at the end of each, he surrendered the top spot to Nemechek, who picked up a pair of playoff points for the stage wins. But Busch beat Nemechek off pit road on Lap 63 during the Stage 2 break and held it the rest of the way, save for a cycle of green-flag stops that put Chase Purdy out front from Lap 102 through 105. 

The race featured three cautions, one for a planned competition yellow after Lap 15 and two for the stage breaks. With the race going green for the final 63 circuits, Hill never had a chance to test his No. 16 Toyota against Busch‘s No. 51. 

The victory was the first for crew chief Mardy Lindley, who joined Kyle Busch Motorsports this year. The only improvement Busch could have wished for was a 1-2 finish for KBM instead of a 1-3.

“Anytime I‘m in my truck, I want to be able to go out there and score the victory,” Busch said. “With good competition and good competitors, it‘s not easy. With John Hunter coming on board, at Vegas he was super-fast and did everything right, no mistakes.  

“We‘ll go back and regroup and make sure that 4 truck (Nemechek) can stay in front of that 16 truck (Hill) the rest of this year.”

Johnny Sauter ran fourth, followed by GMS Racing teammates Sheldon Creed and Zane Smith. Ross Chastain, Matt Crafton, Brett Moffitt and Stewart Friesen completed the top 10. Friesen recovered from a penalty for an uncontrolled tire during a stop under caution on Lap 63.

Bill Lester finished 36th, seven laps down, in his first NASCAR national series start since 2007. 

The Camping World Truck Series’ next race is the Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt, scheduled next Saturday (8 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) on Bristol Motor Speedway’s dirt surface.

Note: The race-winning No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota of Kyle Busch passed NASCAR’s post-race technical inspection. Busch’s truck did have one lug nut not safe and secure. In addition, the engines from the No. 51, No. 13 (ThorSport Racing Toyota of Johnny Sauter) and No. 44 (Niece Motorsports Chevrolet of Ross Chastain) trucks will be brought back to the NASCAR R&D Center for evaluation.

Contributing: NASCAR.com staff reports