Todd Bodine drove away from Ron Hornaday on a restart during a green-white-checkered finish to win the Camping World Truck Series’ WinStar World Casino 400k at Texas Motor Speedway. The win is Bodine’s first in the truck series this season, and his sixth victory at Texas. It ends a 24-race winless streak.
While battling for the lead late in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 at Kansas Speedway, Johnny Sauter and Ron Hornaday made contact, causing both cars to slide sideways. Sauter brushed the wall, but both saved their trucks without spinning. Sauter was able to correct a bit quicker than Hornaday, which allowed him to maintain the lead. He went on to win the race.
Kevin Harvick dominated the Camping World Truck Series’ Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway leading 187 of 250 laps, finishing just ahead of his teammate, Ron Hornaday. For Harvick, the race was pretty easy. But for Hornaday, the day was quite eventful.
Kevin Harvick stayed out of trouble and held off Kyle Busch to win the E-Z-GO 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Harvick took four tires under caution late in the race, and maintained his lead over Busch.
Timothy Peters made a last lap move around Todd Bodine thanks to a push from Jason White, and held on to win the NextEra Energy 250 At Daytona International Speedway. The win is Peters’ second in the Camping World Truck Series. Most of the earlier favorites were involved in incidents, but Peters kept his fenders clean and was in position to make a move when it counted.
Kevin Harvick Inc announced that Rick Ren, crew chief of the Camping World Truck Series’ current Champion, Ron Hornaday, is leaving the organization to pursue a management opportunity within the sport, according to NASCAR.com.
Kevin Harvick won the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway, while Ron Hornaday clinched his fourth Camping World Truck Series championship with a fourth place finish in Harvick’s No. 33 truck.
Kyle Busch passed Todd Bodine on the final lap of a green-white-checker finish using a push from Billy Ballew Motorsports teammate Aric Almirola to win the Camping World Truck Series’ Mountain Dew 250 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Kevin Harvick had a faster truck than race leader Kyle Busch in the closing laps of the Helluva Good! 200. He wanted his Kevin Harvick Inc teammate Ron Hornaday to move over to allow him to run down Busch. But, the message couldn’t be relayed, resulting in Hornaday and Harvick battling hard, allowing Busch to win.
After spinning both Todd Bodine and Ron Hornaday in similar fashion, Matt Crafton was black flagged, giving the lead, and essentially the victory of the Copart 200 to Mike Skinner.