2003 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

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2003 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season
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The 2003 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season was the ninth season of the third highest stock car racing in the United States. The season included twenty-five races, beginning with the Florida Dodge Dealers 250 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Steve Coulter won the Owners' Championship, while Travis Kvapil won the Drivers' Championship during the final race of the season at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Dodge won the Manufacturers' Championship with 179 points.

See also: 2003 NASCAR Winston Cup Series, 2003 NASCAR Busch Series

2003 team chart[edit]

Team Truck(s) # Driver(s) Primary Sponsor(s) Listed Owner(s) Crew Chief
Billy Ballew Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado 15 Rich Bickle Vokal Clothing Billy Ballew Gary Showalter
Bobby Hamilton Racing Dodge Ram 4 Bobby Hamilton Square D Debbie Hamilton Newt Moore
8 Bill Lester Dodge Dealers Bobby Hamilton Danny Rollins
18 Chad Chaffin Dickies Randy Seals
Brevak Racing Dodge Ram 31 Tina Gordon (R) 3M Post It/Microtel Shelly Brevak Todd Meyers
Circle Bar Racing Ford F-150 14 Rick Crawford Circle Bar Motel & RV Park Tom Mitchell Ray Stonkus
Green Light Racing Chevrolet Silverado 07 Bobby Dotter Support Our Troops Gene Christensen Bob Dotter
08 Jody Lavender (R) Lavender's Discount Carpets Doug Howe
HT Motorsports Dodge Ram 59 Robert Pressley Harris Trucking/Melling Engine Parts Jim Harris Greg Conner
Jim Rosenblum Racing Chevrolet Silverado 28 L. W. Miller FDNY/Services Directory Jim Rosenblum Bob Rahilly
K Automotive Racing Ford F-150 29 Terry Cook Power Stroke Diesel Kay Keselowski Rick Ren
Keller Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado 27 Doug Keller (R) n/a Doug Keller Rod Brandt
MLB Motorsports Dodge Ram 66 Randy Renfrow W.P Rose Supply Rodney D. Smith Tony Brandson
Morgan-Dollar Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado 46 Dennis Setzer Acxiom/Computer Associates David Dollar Danny Gill
Orleans Racing Dodge Ram 61 Scott Lynch Yerf-Dog Michael Gaughan N/A
62 Brendan Gaughan Orleans Hotel & Casino Shane Wilson
Pro Motion Motorsports Ford F-150 53 Randy Briggs (R) Race Shops For Rent Mary Ward Ken Glen
Roush Racing Ford F-150 50 Jon Wood N/A Jack Roush John Monsam
99 Carl Edwards (R) n/a Doug Richert
SealMaster Racing Chevrolet Silverado 88 Matt Crafton Menards Duke Thorson Jerry Cook
Spears Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado 75 David Starr Spears Manufacturing Wayne Spears Dave McCarty
Team Racing Chevrolet Silverado 23 Phil Bonifield Red Line Oil Tom Mazucchi Tom Mazucchi
86 T. J. Bell (R) Special Wish Foundation Phil Bonifield Phil Bonifield
Troxell/MacDonald Racing Chevrolet Silverado 72 Randy MacDonald TheGoal.com Marrill MacDonald Cliff Button
93 Michael Dokken' LesCare Kitchens Lonnie Troxell
Ultra Motorsports Dodge Ram 1 Ted Musgrave Mopar Jim Smith Gene Nead
2 Andy Houston Team ASE Racing Marlene Smith Tim Kohuth
Victory in Jesus Racing Ford F-150 21 Morgan Shepherd Racing With Jesus/Red Line Oil Cindy Shepherd Carl Saylor
Ware Racing Enterprises Dodge Ram 5 Jerry Hill n/a Rick Ware Doug Taylor
Xpress Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado 11 Mike Bliss IWX Motor Freight Steve Coulter n/a
16 Travis Kvapil IWX Motor Freight Chris Showalter

Florida Dodge Dealers 250[edit]

The Florida Dodge Dealers 250 was held February 14 at Daytona International Speedway. Jason Leffler won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 14-Rick Crawford
  2. 16-Travis Kvapil
  3. 59-Robert Pressley
  4. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  5. 15-Andy Houston
  6. 52-Mike Wallace
  7. 46-Dennis Setzer
  8. 50-Jon Wood
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 62-Brendan Gaughan

Failed to qualify: Eric Jones (#34), Geoffrey Bodine (#36), Brian Rose (#57), Ricky Sanders (#19)

Craftsman 200[edit]

The Craftsman 200 was held March 14 at Darlington Raceway. Travis Kvapil won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  4. 16-Travis Kvapil
  5. 18-Chad Chaffin
  6. 2-Jason Leffler
  7. 14-Rick Crawford
  8. 29-Terry Cook
  9. 75-David Starr
  10. 59-Robert Pressley

Failed to qualify: none

Lucas Oil 250 Presented by Glidden[edit]

The Lucas Oil 250 Presented by Glidden was held March 23 at Mesa Marin Raceway. Ted Musgrave won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 50-Jon Wood
  3. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  4. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  5. 1-Ted Musgrave
  6. 14-Rick Crawford
  7. 2-Jason Leffler
  8. 6-Brandon Miller
  9. 75-David Starr
  10. 29-Terry Cook

Failed to qualify: none

Advance Auto Parts 250[edit]

The Advance Auto Parts 250 was held April 12 at Martinsville Speedway. Ted Musgrave won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 6-Kevin Harvick
  4. 99-Carl Edwards
  5. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  6. 14-Rick Crawford
  7. 17-Darrell Waltrip
  8. 9-Rich Bickle
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 33-Andy Petree

Failed to qualify: Conrad Burr (#87), Tina Gordon (#31), Dana White (#23), James Stephenson (#36), Randy Briggs (#53), Doug Keller (#27), Craig Wood (13), Ron Polodna (#13), Jody McCormick (#77)

Hardee's 200[edit]

The Hardee's 200 was held May 16 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. Bill Lester won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 1-Ted Musgrave
  2. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  3. 14-Rick Crawford
  4. 16-Travis Kvapil
  5. 6-Kevin Harvick
  6. 07-Jeremy Mayfield
  7. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  8. 18-Chad Chaffin
  9. 88-Matt Crafton
  10. 15-Rich Bickle

Failed to qualify: Michael Dokken (#93), Phil Bonifield (#23)

MBNA Armed Forces Family 200[edit]

The MBNA Armed Forces Family 200 was held May 30 at Dover International Speedway. Bobby Hamilton won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 2-Jason Leffler
  2. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  3. 75-David Starr
  4. 50-Jon Wood
  5. 16-Travis Kvapil
  6. 52-Ken Schrader
  7. 18-Chad Chaffin
  8. 14-Rick Crawford
  9. 46-Dennis Setzer
  10. 59-Robert Pressley

Failed to qualify: none

O'Reilly 400K[edit]

The O'Reilly 400K was held June 6 at Texas Motor Speedway. Bobby Hamilton won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  2. 99-Carl Edwards
  3. 50-Jon Wood
  4. 16-Travis Kvapil
  5. 46-Dennis Setzer
  6. 75-David Starr
  7. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  8. 18-Chad Chaffin
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: none

O'Reilly 200[edit]

The O'Reilly 200, the 200th race run in the truck series was held June 21 at Memphis Motorsports Park. Jon Wood won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 1-Ted Musgrave
  2. 16-Travis Kvapil
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 50-Jon Wood
  5. 99-Carl Edwards
  6. 2-Jason Leffler
  7. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  8. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: none

GNC 200[edit]

The GNC 200 was held June 28 at The Milwaukee Mile. Terry Cook won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  2. 2-Jason Leffler
  3. 14-Rick Crawford
  4. 1-Ted Musgrave
  5. 46-Dennis Setzer
  6. 16-Travis Kvapil
  7. 29-Terry Cook
  8. 75-Hank Parker Jr.
  9. 88-Matt Crafton
  10. 50-Jon Wood

Failed to qualify: Trevor Boys (#36), Nathal Wulff (#65), Conrad Burr (#87)

O'Reilly Auto Parts 250[edit]

The O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 was held July 5 at Kansas Speedway. Chad Chaffin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 50-Jon Wood
  2. 99-Carl Edwards
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 16-Travis Kvapil
  5. 59-Robert Pressley
  6. 03-Eric Jones
  7. 2-Jason Leffler
  8. 33-Paul Menard
  9. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  10. 8-Bill Lester

Failed to qualify: Doug Keller (#27), Aaron Daniel (#11), Wayne Edwards (#25), Bobby Dotter (#07)

Built Ford Tough 225[edit]

The Built Ford Tough 225 was held July 12 at Kentucky Speedway. Jon Wood won the pole. Carl Edwards suffered a 100 point penalty after the race due to cylinder head infractions.

Top Ten Results

  1. 99-Carl Edwards
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 50-Jon Wood
  5. 2-Jason Leffler
  6. 16-Travis Kvapil
  7. 88-Matt Crafton
  8. 59-Robert Pressley
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 75-Hank Parker Jr.

Failed to qualify: none

Missouri-Illinois Dealers Ram Tough 200[edit]

The Missouri-Illinois Dealers Ram Tough 200 was held July 19 at Gateway International Raceway. Travis Kvapil won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  2. 2-Jason Leffler
  3. 16-Travis Kvapil
  4. 99-Carl Edwards
  5. 14-Rick Crawford
  6. 75-David Starr
  7. 1-Ted Musgrave
  8. 46-Dennis Setzer
  9. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: none

Sears 200[edit]

The Sears 200 was held July 26 at Michigan International Speedway. Jason Leffler won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 18-Chad Chaffin
  4. 2-Jason Leffler
  5. 99-Carl Edwards
  6. 50-Jon Wood
  7. 16-Travis Kvapil
  8. 46-Dennis Setzer
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 4-Bobby Hamilton

Failed to qualify: none

Power Stroke Diesel 200[edit]

The Power Stroke Diesel 200 was held August 1 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Terry Cook won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 99-Carl Edwards
  2. 16-Travis Kvapil
  3. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  4. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  5. 50-Jon Wood
  6. 1-Ted Musgrave
  7. 52-Ken Schrader
  8. 46-Dennis Setzer
  9. 29-Terry Cook
  10. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: none

Federated Auto Parts 200[edit]

The Federated Auto Parts 200 was held August 8 at Nashville Superspeedway. Chad Chaffin won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 99-Carl Edwards
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 14-Rick Crawford
  4. 75-David Starr
  5. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  6. 18-Chad Chaffin
  7. 50-Jon Wood
  8. 46-Dennis Setzer
  9. 16-Travis Kvapil
  10. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: none

O'Reilly 200 Presented by Valvoline Maxlife[edit]

The O'Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline Maxlife was held August 20 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Ted Musgrave won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 16-Travis Kvapil
  2. 59-Robert Pressley
  3. 14-Rick Crawford
  4. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  5. 46-Dennis Setzer
  6. 88-Matt Crafton
  7. 18-Chad Chaffin
  8. 50-Jon Wood
  9. 2-Jason Leffler
  10. 6-Kevin Harvick

Failed to qualify: none

Virginia Is For Lovers 200[edit]

The Virginia Is For Lovers 200 was held September 4 at Richmond International Raceway. Travis Kvapil won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 33-Tony Stewart
  2. 59-Robert Pressley
  3. 1-Ted Musgrave
  4. 50-Jon Wood
  5. 46-Dennis Setzer
  6. 14-Rick Crawford
  7. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  8. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  9. 16-Travis Kvapil
  10. 9-Johnny Sauter

Failed to qualify: Brian Sockwell (#51)

New Hampshire 200[edit]

The New Hampshire 200 was held September 13 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Jimmy Spencer won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  2. 99-Carl Edwards
  3. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  4. 46-Dennis Setzer
  5. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  6. 18-Chad Chaffin
  7. 16-Travis Kvapil
  8. 75-David Starr
  9. 50-Jon Wood
  10. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: none

American Racing Wheels 200[edit]

The American Racing Wheels 200 was held September 20 at California Speedway. Brendan Gaughan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 1-Ted Musgrave
  2. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 14-Rick Crawford
  5. 75-David Starr
  6. 2-Andy Houston
  7. 99-Carl Edwards
  8. 16-Travis Kvapil
  9. 50-Jon Wood
  10. 39-Jason Small

Failed to qualify: Doug Keller (#77), Blake Mallory (#27), Ricky Sanders (#19), Aaron Daniel (#93)

Las Vegas 350[edit]

The Las Vegas 350 was held September 27 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Brendan Gaughan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  2. 75-David Starr
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 16-Travis Kvapil
  5. 11-Jack Sprague
  6. 2-Andy Houston
  7. 29-Terry Cook
  8. 1-Ted Musgrave
  9. 88-Matt Crafton
  10. 4-Bobby Hamilton

Failed to qualify: J.C. Stout (#91), Jason Small (#39), Trevor Boys (#36), Chris Horn (#58), Kelly Sutton (#02), Conrad Burr (#94), David Gilliland (#09), Rick Bogart (#70), Loni Richardson (#0), Tina Gordon (#31), Jason York (#97), David Stover (#63), Ricky Sanders (#19), Kenny Hendrick (#9), Tim Woods (#54)

John Boy & Billy 250[edit]

The John Boy & Billy 250 was held October 4 at South Boston Speedway. Brendan Gaughan won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 16-Travis Kvapil
  3. 1-Ted Musgrave
  4. 50-Jon Wood
  5. 14-Rick Crawford
  6. 2-Andy Houston
  7. 99-Carl Edwards
  8. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  9. 75-David Starr
  10. 59-Robert Pressley

Failed to qualify: none

Silverado 350[edit]

The Silverado 350 was held October 11 at Texas Motor Speedway. Andy Houston won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 62-Brendan Gaughan
  2. 16-Travis Kvapil
  3. 1-Ted Musgrave
  4. 99-Carl Edwards
  5. 50-Jon Wood
  6. 29-Terry Cook
  7. 46-Dennis Setzer
  8. 14-Rick Crawford
  9. 4-Bobby Hamilton

Failed to qualify: Shane Wallace (#04), Loni Richardson (#0)

Advance Auto Parts 200[edit]

The Advance Auto Parts 200 was held October 18 at Martinsville Speedway. Carl Edwards won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 50-Jon Wood
  2. 99-Carl Edwards
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 14-Rick Crawford
  5. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  6. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  7. 17-Darrell Waltrip
  8. 52-Ken Schrader
  9. 75-David Starr
  10. 1-Ted Musgrave

Failed to qualify: Jerry Hill (#51), Ron Polodna (#13), Wayne Edwards (#95), Jeremy Thompson (#92), Craig Wood (#13), Scotty Sands (#47)

Chevy Silverado 150[edit]

The Chevy Silverado 150 was held October 31 at Phoenix International Raceway. Ted Musgrave won the pole.

Top Ten Results

  1. 6-Kevin Harvick
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 99-Carl Edwards
  5. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  6. 75-David Starr
  7. 50-Jon Wood
  8. 59-Robert Pressley
  9. 16-Travis Kvapil
  10. 2-Andy Houston

Failed to qualify: Nathan Wulff (#65), Tim Woods (#54), Pete Harding (#36), Tommy Pistone (#28), Stan Boyd (#5), Cory Kruseman (#98)

Ford 200[edit]

The Ford 200 was held November 14 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Bobby Hamilton won the pole.

This race saw the possibility of any one of the series' four top drivers in the points standings coming away with the championship. Going into the race Brendan Gaughan was leading the standings. Ted Musgrave, was sitting second. Third place was Dennis Setzer, and fourth was held by Travis Kvapil, driving for the defending series championship team.

Controversy was caused, however, by potential roadblocks caused by drivers' teammates. Setzer's team did not enter a second truck in the race. Kvapil's team was fielding the #11 truck for Jack Sprague. Gaughan's team was fielding the #61 truck driven by Scott Lynch.

In order to potentially ensure Musgrave winning the championship, Ultra Motorsports entered five trucks in the race. In addition to Musgrave and the team's other full-time team, the #2 Dodge driven by Andy Houston, the team entered their part time #7 truck driven by Tyler Walker. He was joined by the #10 truck driven by Marty Houston, who had not run a race in two years and who had previously been a member of Musgrave's pit crew, and the #27 truck driven by P.J. Jones, who was more often than not only employed as a road course ringer. The extra entries earned a huge amount of criticism from points leader Gaughan as well as fans and other drivers.

As the race went on, Gaughan's complaints proved to be valid. With thirty-four laps to go in the race Gaughan and Marty Houston got into an accident with the #80 of Bryan Reffner. None of the three trucks were able to continue and the accident cost an angry Gaughan, who railed against Ultra's tactics after the accident, the points lead. He went on to finish in twenty-ninth place, ahead of both Houston and Reffner who finished in the next two positions.

The next contender to run into trouble was Musgrave, who was black flagged for an attempted pass on Kvapil before a restart after a caution period. Musgrave passed him and Dennis Setzer, who suddenly had a chance to win the title after an underwhelming day. When the checkered flag came out, Musgrave was sixth and Kvapil beat Setzer by inches for seventh, but because Musgrave did not respond to the black flag (for being in "the act of passing" to the inside on the restart; not legal in the NASCAR rulebook) he was penalised to 13th, behind all other lead lap finishers. This meant Kvapil was 6th and Setzer 7th. For several minutes, NASCAR held off on making the results official as they reviewed Musgrave's penalty. The black flag was upheld, and Kvapil was declared the series champion. The final margin was nine points, while Musgrave finished eighteen points behind and Gaughan forty (without the black flag, Musgrave would have been the champion over Kvapil by 12 points, with Setzer 21 behind, and Gaughan 52 back). Xpress Motorsports won its second consecutive Truck Series Championship as a team, as Mike Bliss had won the 2002 series championship driving the same truck Kvapil took to the championship.

Almost forgotten on this day was the battle for the win. Daytona 250 winner Rick Crawford led at the white flag, but polesitter Bobby Hamilton passed him in Turn 1 and won the Craftsman $10,000 Win from the Pole bonus. Just before the checkered flag, Tyler Walker crashed yet again in Turn 2.

IndyCar Series driver and future Indianapolis 500 winner Buddy Rice made his NASCAR debut in this race. Driving SealMaster Racing's #88 entry normally driven by Matt Crafton. Crafton drove the team's #98 entry for this race. Rice would finish 20th.

Top Ten Results (On the track)

  1. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  2. 14-Rick Crawford
  3. 75-David Starr
  4. 2-Andy Houston
  5. 11-Jack Sprague
  6. 1-Ted Musgrave
  7. 16-Travis Kvapil
  8. 46-Dennis Setzer
  9. 50-Jon Wood
  10. 27-P. J. Jones

Top Ten Results (Official Result)

  1. 4-Bobby Hamilton
  2. 14-Rick Crawford
  3. 75-David Starr
  4. 2-Andy Houston
  5. 11-Jack Sprague
  6. 16-Travis Kvapil
  7. 46-Dennis Setzer
  8. 50-Jon Wood
  9. 27-P. J. Jones
  10. 18-Chad Chaffin

Failed to qualify: Derrike Cope (#93), Jason Hedlesky (#51), Wayne Edwards (#95), Lance Hooper (#01), Dana White (#25), Jamie Aube (#23), Danny Bagwell (#81), Carl Long (#5)

Final Points Standings[edit]

  1. Travis Kvapil - 3837
  2. Dennis Setzer - 3828
  3. Ted Musgrave - 3819
  4. Brendan Gaughan - 3797
  5. Jon Wood - 3659
  6. Bobby Hamilton - 3627
  7. Rick Crawford - 3578
  8. Carl Edwards - 3416
  9. Terry Cook - 3212
  10. Chad Chaffin - 3143
  11. Matt Crafton - 3074
  12. Robert Pressley - 2773
  13. David Starr - 2768
  14. Bill Lester - 2712
  15. Randy MacDonald - 2458
  16. Jason Leffler - 2209
  17. Jody Lavender - 2168
  18. Jerry Hill - 1882
  19. Randy Briggs - 1618
  20. Phil Bonifield - 1524
  21. Andy Houston - 1487
  22. Rich Bickle - 1288
  23. Ken Schrader - 1286
  24. Lance Hooper - 1191
  25. Tina Gordon - 1112
  26. T.J. Bell - 1059
  27. Eric Jones - 1058
  28. Morgan Shepherd - 991
  29. Bobby Dotter - 939
  30. Kevin Harvick - 807
  31. Jamie Aube - 800
  32. Stan Boyd - 799
  33. Shane Wallace - 685
  34. Doug Keller - 674
  35. Kenny Hendrick - 656
  36. Chris Horn - 625
  37. David Stover - 607
  38. Roland Isaacs - 600
  39. Wayne Edwards - 595
  40. Brandon Whitt - 592
  41. Ricky Sanders - 573
  42. Paul Menard - 572
  43. L.W. Miller - 558
  44. Hank Parker Jr. - 524
  45. Johnny Chapman - 513
  46. Mike Wallace - 500
  47. Ken Weaver - 482
  48. Mike Skinner - 471
  49. Trevor Boys - 471
  50. Andy Petree - 467

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Gong Show winner Carl Edwards was named Rookie of the Year, winning three races and finishing eighth in points for Roush Racing. The first runner-up was Jody Lavender, who competed in 21 of 25 races for Green Light Racing. Tina Gordon, T.J. Bell, and Doug Keller made limited attempts at the award, while Teri MacDonald drove part-time for her brother Randy MacDonald in the Truck Series.

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