Todd Bodine cruised to his second-consecutive Camping World Truck Series victory by taking the checkered flag of the Too Tough To Tame 200 at Darlington Raceway. Bodine led the last 47 laps of the race, and with the win, extended his points lead to 231.
Todd Bodine dominated the Camping World Truck Series’ Nashville 200 at Nashville Superspeedway, leading 91 0f 150 laps. The win increased Bodine’s points lead to 174 over second-place Aric Almirola.
Austin Dillon earned his first career Camping World Truck Series win by dominating the Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway. Dillon led 187 of 205 laps, and easily held off Johnny Sauter during the green-white-checkered finish.
Aric Almirola made it three-wide for the lead of the Camping World Truck Series VFW 200 at Michigan International Raceway, threading the needle between Kyle Busch and Todd Bodine with seven laps to go. He held on to win his second Truck Series race of the season.
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.
Aric Almirola overcame a two-lap deficit caused by a flat tire and capitalized when Kyle Busch, who led 172 laps, had vapor lock and ran out of fuel, to win the Dover 200, his first career Camping World Truck Series victory.
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.
Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne nipped Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart at the line respectively to emerge from the Gatorade Duels victorious. The combined margin of victory was .02 of a second. Johnson beat Harvick by a mere .005, and Kahne beat Stewart by .014.
Todd Bodine is taking over driving duties of Kirk Shelmerdine’s No. 27 Toyota Camry in the Gatorade Duel. Shelmerdine was not locked into the Daytona 500, and decided to put Bodine in the car because there are only two qualifying spots available in each duel.
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.