• NASCAR Cup Series
  • Xfinity Series
  • NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Nashville Superspeedway

Rackley Roofing 200

June 18th, 2021

RESULTS

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FINAL STATUS

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POINTS

PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Ryan Preece

17 |

6

Running

150

8

0

0

2

Todd Gilliland

38 |

35

Running

150

0

35

0

3

Grant Enfinger

98 |

4

Running

150

39

43

0

4

Zane Smith

21 |

9

Running

150

0

46

0

5

Stewart Friesen

52 |

17

Running

150

5

32

0

6

Matt Crafton

88 |

15

Running

150

0

37

0

7

Ben Rhodes

99 |

16

Running

150

0

35

0

8

Ty Majeski

66 |

13

Running

150

0

29

0

9

Austin Hill

16 |

3

Running

150

2

37

0

10

John H. Nemechek

4 |

34

Running

150

0

27

0

11

Jack Wood

24 |

2

Running

150

0

36

0

12

Johnny Sauter

13 |

8

Running

150

0

35

0

13

Chandler Smith

18 |

5

Running

150

48

42

1

14

Sheldon Creed

2 |

24

Running

150

0

23

0

15

Chase Purdy

23 |

21

Running

150

0

22

0

16

Carson Hocevar

42 |

11

Running

150

0

21

0

17

Parker Kligerman

75 |

18

Running

150

0

20

0

18

Tanner Gray

15 |

36

Running

150

0

22

0

19

Josh Berry

25 |

12

Running

150

0

0

0

20

Tate Fogleman

12 |

22

Running

150

0

17

0

21

Hailie Deegan

1 |

14

Running

150

0

16

0

22

Ross Chastain

45 |

23

Running

150

0

0

0

23

Tyler Ankrum

26 |

7

Running

150

0

15

0

24

Drew Dollar

51 |

20

Running

150

0

13

0

25

Spencer Davis

11 |

30

Running

150

0

12

0

26

Ryan Truex

40 |

19

Running

150

0

11

0

27

Austin Wayne Self

22 |

27

Running

150

0

10

0

28

Dawson Cram

41 |

31

Running

150

0

9

0

29

Timmy Hill

56 |

25

Running

150

0

8

0

30

Danny Bohn

30 |

32

Running

149

0

7

0

31

Cory Roper

04 |

33

Running

148

0

6

0

32

Kris Wright

02 |

29

Running

148

0

5

0

33

Trey Hutchens III

14 |

28

Running

146

0

4

0

34

Lawless Alan

34 |

26

Running

142

0

3

0

35

Derek Kraus

19 |

1

Accident

110

48

20

1

36

William Byron

27 |

10

Engine

78

0

0

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    Ryan Preece

    #1

    LEADER

    Ryan Preece

    17|

  • #2 | 0.950

    Todd Gilliland

    #2

    0.950

    Todd Gilliland

    38|

  • #3 | 2.390

    Grant Enfinger

    #3

    2.390

    Grant Enfinger

    98|

Ryan Preece wins his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at Nashville

Ryan Preece took the lead from Grant Enfinger with seven laps remaining in the Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway to earn his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory Friday night in his first race in the series.

Preece, the 30-year-old Connecticut native who competes full time in the NASCAR Cup Series, is only the fifth driver in history to win in his Truck Series debut.

“That was a lot of fun,” Preece said. “Really I didn‘t know what to expect. I didn‘t know anything.

“I was just taking the guidance from (crew chief) Chad (Johnston) and my teammates and told them I‘d be better in the race than I was in qualifying and practice. And fortunately, I lived up to that.”

RELATED: Official results

Preece‘s teammate, Todd Gilliland, who started at the rear of the field after a pre-race inspection violation, rallied all the way to second place, passing Enfinger with four laps remaining.

“It stings not to get that last spot, especially because I was under the 17 (Preece) and got too loose, but that‘s racing,” said Gilliland, whose father, David, served as his crew chief after his normal crew chief was suspended as part of the inspection penalty.

The Preece-Gilliland work gave Ford its first one-two finish of the season. Enfinger finished third, followed by Zane Smith and Stewart Friesen.

RELATED: Tanner Gray, Todd Gilliland docked owner, driver points

Veteran Matt Crafton, two-race winner Ben Rhodes, Ty Majeski, Austin Hill and championship leader John Hunter Nemechek rounded out the top 10.

Preece, who drives the No. 37 JTG-Daugherty Chevrolet in the NASCAR Cup Series, was one of three full-time Cup Series drivers entered Friday — all wanting to get some extra laps at the 1.333-mile Nashville track, which is hosting its first-ever Cup race Sunday. Chip Ganassi Racing‘s Ross Chastain finished 22nd driving for Niece Motorsports, and Hendrick Motorsports‘ William Byron finished last in the 36-truck field, his No. 27 Rackley W.A.R. Chevrolet experiencing a motor problem shortly after the Stage 1 break.

Nineteen-year-old Derek Kraus, who won his first career Camping World Truck Series pole position Friday afternoon, followed it up by leading the first 48 laps of the race and earning the Stage 1 victory — his second career stage win.

A slow pit stop during that stage break forced Kraus to play catch-up, but he rallied back inside the top 10. His race ended early after contact with the Josh Berry truck sent Kraus‘ No. 19 Toyota hard into the wall with only 40 laps remaining.

RELATED: Watch Derek Kraus cut a tire, hit the wall

Nemechek‘s 10th-place finish retained the lead in the championship standings for the second-generation driver. A four-race winner so far in 2021, he leads Rhodes by 78 points with only three races remaining to set the 10-driver playoff field.

Chandler Smith, who finished 13th Friday, sits in the final playoff transfer position with a slim 15-point edge on former series champion Johnny Sauter, who finished 12th at Nashville.

The series races next in the CRC Brakleen 150 at Pocono Raceway (June 26 at 12 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

NOTE: NASCAR indicated there were no issues in its post-race inspection, thus confirming Preece’s victory.