2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

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2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season
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James Buescher, the 2012 Camping World Truck Series Champion

The 2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season was the eighteenth season of the third highest stock car racing in the United States. The season was contested over twenty-two races, beginning with the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. NASCAR announced some changes, including the removal of New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Nashville Superspeedway, and Lucas Oil Raceway from the schedule, and moving the Phoenix race back to its traditional fall date. James Buescher of Turner Motorsports claimed his first championship with a 13th place finish in the season finale. Chevrolet won the Manufacturer's Championship with 166 points and 12 wins.

Report[edit]

The Truck Series started its 2012 season at Daytona. The race was dominated by the Turner Motorsports trio of Miguel Paludo, Nelson Piquet, Jr. and James Buescher. However, rookie John King accidentally spun leader Johnny Sauter coming to the white flag, and held off teammate Timothy Peters on the final restart for his first career victory. After a one month break, the Truck Series returned to Martinsville. There, Kevin Harvick dominated the field, leading a race record 248 laps en route to his first win of 2012. The following week, NASCAR made its return to Rockingham Speedway after an 8 year absence. Nelson Piquet, Jr. would dominate the early portions of the race from the pole, but fell out of contention due to a speeding penalty. Kasey Kahne, who had started in the rear, would take advantage and hold off teammate James Buescher for his first win of 2012. The next week at Kansas, Buescher dominated the race and held off points leader Timothy Peters for his first career victory.

At Charlotte, Justin Lofton saved enough fuel to hold off Brad Keselowski for his first Truck Series win. The following week at Dover, Todd Bodine was declared the race winner after rain stopped the race with 53 laps to go. At Texas, Johnny Sauter, enduring a rough start to the 2012 season, put the bad luck behind him and passed teammate Matt Crafton with 22 laps to go to grab his first win of the season and a ThorSport Racing 1–2 finish. At Kentucky, Buescher dominated the race and held off Keselowski to become the first repeat winner of 2012. The series headed to Iowa, where Buescher once again dominated, but was taken out of contention when his right front tire went flat. Veteran Ron Hornaday, Jr. took over the lead, but spun the tires on the final restart, allowing polesitter Timothy Peters to slip past with 10 to go and hold off the field for his first win of 2012. The series hit Chicagoland, where Brendan Gaughan dominated the race. However, James Buescher rallied from changing a carburetor to grab the lead from Gaughan late in the race and held him off for his third win of the season.

The trucks then made their stop at the newly repaved Pocono. Nelson Piquet, Jr. once again dominated the race from pole, but after a caution for a crash involving points leader Timothy Peters, Joey Coulter made a three wide move on the final restart to take the lead and hold off James Buescher and Piquet for his first Truck Series win. The series made its stop Michigan. Despite an early spin from contact with Kurt Busch, Nelson Piquet, Jr. and crew chief Chris Carrier decided to stay out during the final round of pit stops, putting him in the lead and easily holding off the field for his first career win. At a reconfigured Bristol, Timothy Peters led all 204 laps and held off teammate Parker Kligerman and rookie Ross Chastain on a green white checkered finish to take his second win of the season. At Atlanta, rookie polesitter Ty Dillon battled for the lead throughout the night with Kyle Busch. When Busch hit the wall with 5 laps to go, Dillon drove past for the lead and held on for his first victory.

The Truck Series returned to Iowa, where Parker Kligerman dominated the race from pole. However, a caution with 60 to go put Kligerman and the rest of the leaders on the tail end of the lead lap. Ryan Blaney, driving Kligerman's former truck, held off Ty Dillon to score his first win, becoming the youngest driver ever to win in the series. At Kentucky, James Buescher once again proved his dominance on the intermediate tracks, dominating the race to take his fourth win of the season. At Las Vegas, polesitter Joey Coulter dominated the race. Matt Crafton, seeking his first win of the year, managed to pass Coulter with 15 to go. However, Nelson Piquet, Jr. would pass Crafton on the final lap to score his second win of 2012. At Talladega, Parker Kligerman, with a push from Johnny Sauter passed the championship duo of Ty Dillon and James Buescher with 2 to go to grab his first career victory.

After the final off weekend of the season, the Trucks returned to action at Martinsville. Despite starting in the back, Cup driver Denny Hamlin drove to the front of the field and fought off Matt Crafton in the closing laps to win his second consecutive fall Martinsville race. The series returned to Texas for the final stretch, and Johnny Sauter and dominant polesitter Nelson Piquet, Jr. battled back and forth throughout the race. Sauter grabbed the lead from Piquet on the final stop, but had to contend with Parker Kligerman running on two tires. Sauter made the pass with 11 to go and cruised to his second win of the season and the sweep at Texas. On a caution filled night at a reconfigured Phoenix, Brian Scott dueled K&N East Series Champion Kyle Larson and held him off on a green white checkered finish to give Kyle Busch Motorsports its first Truck win of 2012. At the season finale in Homestead, Larson dueled Kyle Busch for the lead throughout the night. However, he was taken out late by a hard charging Ty Dillon, later crashing into Ryan Blaney and forcing a red flag. On the ensuing green-white-checkered restart, Cale Gale made a last lap pass on Busch to score his first career win, while James Buescher finished 13th and claimed his first championship.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Complete schedule[edit]

Team Manufacturer No. Race Driver Crew Chief
SS-Green Light Racing Toyota
Chevrolet
07 T. J. Duke1 Bobby Dotter
Jake Crum1 Butch Miller
Bobby Dotter
Daniel Szymkowiak
Chris Jones
Richard Goad
Johnny Chapman9
Chris Jones2
Caleb Roark1
Jeff Agnew6 Doug Weddle
Ross Chastain (R) Bryan Berry
Toyota 08
Todd Peck1 Daniel Szymkowiak
RAB Racing Toyota 09 Travis Kvapil1 Chris Rice
John Wes Townley (R)21
Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 2 Brendan Gaughan8 Gil Martin
Marcus Richmond
Gere Kennon, Jr.
Kevin Harvick3
Tim George, Jr.11
3 Ty Dillon (R) Scott Naset
Marcus Richmond
22 Joey Coulter Harold Holly
Eddie Sharp Racing Chevrolet 6 Justin Lofton Daniel Bormann
33 Cale Gale (R) Jerry Baxter
Joe Denette Motorsports Chevrolet 9 Ron Hornaday, Jr. Jeff Hensley
Terry Snyder
JJC Racing Ford
Ram
10 Jennifer Jo Cobb21 Steve Kuykendall
Chevrolet Chris Lafferty1
Red Horse Racing Toyota 11 Todd Bodine Rick Gay
17 Timothy Peters Butch Hylton
ThorSport Racing Toyota 13 Johnny Sauter Joe Shear, Jr.
88 Matt Crafton Carl Joiner
Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 18 Jason Leffler9 Eric Phillips
Brian Scott5
Kurt Busch2
Kyle Busch3
Drew Herring1
David Mayhew1
Denny Hamlin1
GB Racing Ford 23 Jason White Doug George
Hillman Racing Chevrolet 27 Ward Burton1 Trip Bruce
Jeb Burton (R)5
Brandon Knupp2 Chris Showalter
Mark Hillman
Brian MacDonald
Michael Leitner
Jason Overstreet
C. E. Falk3
Travis Miller3
B. J. McLeod2
Stephen Leicht2
Ryan Lynch1
Cole Whitt1
Ryan Truex1
Jason Leffler1
Brad Keselowski Racing Ram 29 Parker Kligerman11 Doug Randolph
Ryan Blaney8
Grant Enfinger1
Brad Keselowski2 Jeff Stankiewicz
Turner Motorsports Chevrolet 30 Nelson Piquet, Jr. Chris Carrier
31 James Buescher Michael Shelton
32 Miguel Paludo Mike Hillman, Jr.
Jeff Hensley
RSS Racing Chevrolet 39 Chris Jones1 Rod Sieg
Tony Wilson
Ryan Sieg16
93 Rod Sieg
Timothy Brown
Mike Garvey
Tony Wilson
Chris Cockrum4
B. J. McLeod1
Johnny Chapman2
Brent Raymer1
Dennis Setzer7
Chris Jones1
Tim George, Jr.1
Ryan Lynch1
Norm Benning Racing Chevrolet 57 Norm Benning James Dugger
Ted Walters
Chris Fontaine Enterprises Toyota
Chevrolet
84 Chris Fontaine17 Kevin Ingram
B. J. McLeod1
Russ Dugger2
Mario Gosselin1
Chris Sevey1 Aaron Brown
T3R Motorsports Ford 99 Bryan Silas (R) Cal Boprey
Source:[1]

Limited schedule[edit]

Team Manufacturer No. Race Driver Crew Chief Rounds
Obregon Racing Ford 00 Clay Greenfield Scott Kazura 1
Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet 1 Donnie Neuenberger Carl Long 1
Young's Motorsports Chevrolet 02 Tyler Young Cody Sauls 4
Turner Motorsports Chevrolet 4 Kasey Kahne Mike Shiplett 1
Kyle Larson Trent Owens
Mike Hillman, Jr.
4
Augie Grill 1
Dakoda Armstrong 1
Brandon McReynolds 1
Wauters Motorsports Ford 5 Paulie Harraka (R) Richie Wauters 11
Scott Riggs 1
Johnny Chapman 1
John King 2
Aric Almirola 4
Ryan Reed 1
Josh Richards 1
Red Horse Racing Toyota 7 John King Chad Kendrick 5
Parker Kligerman 11
Eddie Sharp Racing Chevrolet 8 Mike Skinner Eddie Troconis 1
Max Gresham (R) Chris Showalter 5
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing Ram Jennifer Jo Cobb Steve Kuykendall 1
0 Jake Crum Keith Wolfe 1
Chris Lafferty Scott Kazura 4
T. J. Bell 2
Brandon Knupp 1
Blake Koch 5
Jake Crum Racing Chevrolet 01 Jake Crum Lee McCall
Keith Wolfe
5
Russ Dugger Racing Chevrolet 12 Russ Dugger Mario Gosselin 6
NTS Motorsports Chevrolet 14 Brennan Newberry Dan Deeringhoff 8
Brandon Miller 1
Arrington Racing Toyota 15 Dusty Davis Mike Dayton 2
Todd Shafer 1
81 David Starr Doug Howe 14
Brad Keselowski Racing Ram 19 Brad Keselowski Jeff Stankiewicz 4
David Mayhew 4
Ryan Blaney Doug Randolph 1
BRG Motorsports Toyota 20 Rick Crawford Josh Bragg 1
Dusty Davis 1
Ford 82 Grant Enfinger 1
Empire Racing Sean Corr Ben Leslie 1
Joe Denette Motorsports Chevrolet 24 Max Gresham Terry Snyder 8
Hillman Racing Chevrolet 25 Brandon Knupp Michael Leitner
Brian MacDonald
Jason Overstreet
2
Stephen Leicht 2
B. J. McLeod 2
Travis Miller 1
FDNY Racing Chevrolet 28 Wes Burton Dick Rahilly 5
Win-Tron Racing Chevrolet 35 Matt Merrell Mark Rette 1
Allgaier Motorsports Ram 36 Grant Enfinger Kelly Kovski 2
RSS Racing Chevrolet 37 Jeff Green Timothy Brown 1
Dennis Setzer Jordan Sieg 1
38 Rod Sieg
Jordan Sieg
Timothy Brown
Gilbert Garcia
6
Johnny Chapman 1
Chris Jones 9
B. J. McLeod Robert Adamson 1
Reynolds Racing Chevrolet 47 Benjamin Reynolds Scott Coyle 2
MAKE Motorsports Chevrolet 50 Natalie Sather Bobby Burrell 2
Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 51 Germán Quiroga Rick Ren 4
Denny Hamlin 1
Billy Ballew Motorsports Chevrolet Kurt Busch Nick Harrison 1
Bill Martel Racing Chevrolet 59 Kyle Martel Gene Roberts 1
Turn One Racing Chevrolet 60 J. R. Fitzpatrick Kevin Starland 2
Grant Enfinger 1
Chad McCumbee 2
Peyton Sellers 1
Pearce Racing Ford 61 Wes Burton Randy Dean 1
MB Motorsports Ford
Chevrolet
63 Caleb Roark Mike Mittler 1
65 Tyler Tanner 1
Scott Stenzel 2
Justin Jennings 2
Chris Lafferty 2
Clay Greenfield Motorsports Dodge 68 Clay Greenfield Gene Patient 7
86 Scott Riggs Gary Mann 1
Blake Koch 1
Clay Greenfield Gene Patient 1
Team 7 Motorsports Chevrolet 70 Jeff Agnew Doug Weddle 3
Tagsby Racing Chevrolet 73 Rick Crawford Jamie Jones
Jack Johnston
3
Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet 74 Wheeler Boys Daniel Kolanda
David Walls
1
Brian Weber 2
Mike Harmon 8
Tim Andrews 1
Henderson Motorsports Chevrolet 75 Caleb Holman (R) Kenny Hunley 9
Norm Benning Racing Adam Edwards Gary Ritter 1
Josh Wise 1
Ray Hackett Racing Ford 76 Derek White Bobby Burrell 1
Ryan Hackett Joe Shuryan 1
Empire Racing Ford 82 Sean Corr Ben Leslie 1
Chris Fontaine Enterprises Chevrolet 83 Chris Fontaine Kevin Boykin 1
RBR Enterprises Chevrolet 92 David Reutimann Jason Overstreet 4
Chad McCumbee Kevin Starland 3
Scott Riggs Dave Fuge 1
Peck Motorsports Chevrolet 96 Todd Peck Keith Wolfe 6
Adrian Carriers Racing Chevrolet 97 Jeff Choquette Nicholas Carlson 3
ThorSport Racing Toyota 98 Dakoda Armstrong (R) Dan Stillman 14
Travis Pastrana 1

Note: A driver designated with a (R) next to their name indicates that they are contenders for the 2012 Rookie of the Year award.

Team changes[edit]

The Kevin Harvick Incorporated-Richard Childress Racing Merger and Related Spinoff
  • Richard Childress Racing, per agreement in the Kevin Harvick Incorporated merger agreement, acquired the 2011 Owners Champion No. 2 truck as part of the Harvick-Childress merger that also included the No. 2 and No. 33 Nationwide teams. The No. 8 and No. 33 trucks were spun off in a separate deal.
  • Harvick spun off the No. 8 and No. 33 Truck teams, which Eddie Sharp Racing, acquired. The teams in the spinoff join the present No. 6 truck driven by Justin Lofton to form a three-truck team, which resulted in a September 2011 decision to switch manufacturers from Toyota to Chevrolet immediately, with support from Childress. The spinoff also included an existing Rheem sponsorship and development driver Cale Gale, who drove the No. 33 Rheem Chevrolet.
Other Changes
Discontinued operations
  • Germain Racing had shut down the No. 9 and No. 30 trucks with employees asked to look for other employment, as the team's Sprint Cup team changed to Ford from Toyota.

Driver changes[edit]

Changed teams
Rookie entries

The Rookie of the Year standout would be Ty Dillon, the younger brother of 2011 Champion Austin Dillon. Ty scored a win at Atlanta and was in contention for the championship until a late crash at Homestead knocked him to 4th in the points but easily won him the RoTY title. Former Kevin Harvick Incorporated development driver Cale Gale was runner-up to Dillon, taking a pole at Bristol and a win at Homestead. Ross Chastain finished 3rd in the rookie battle, while John Wes Townley, despite missing Daytona, had two top-10s. Contenders Jeb Burton, Dakoda Armstrong, and Daytona winner John King saw their runs for RoTY aborted due to sponsorship issues. K&N Pro Series East Champion Max Gresham struggled with Joe Denette Motorsports and departed the team early on. Duke University graduate Paulie Harraka struggled most of the season with Wauters Motorsport and left before Atlanta.

Returned to the series
  • Tim George, Jr. returned to the Truck Series for the first time since 2009. He ran 12 races driving Richard Childress Racing's No. 2 truck inherited from Kevin Harvick Incorporated.
  • David Reutimann returns to the series for 4 races with RBR Enterprises.
  • Ward Burton returned to NASCAR for the first time after a five year absence, driving the season-opening Daytona race for Hillman Racing. His son, Jeb would drive the following 4 races before a lack of sponsorship ended his run.
Exited the series

2012 calendar[edit]

No. Race Title Track Date
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 24
2 Kroger 250 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway March 31
3 Good Sam Roadside Assistance Carolina 200 Rockingham Speedway, Rockingham April 15
4 SFP 250 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City April 21
5 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 18
6 Lucas Oil 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover June 1
7 WinStar World Casino 400K Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth June 8
8 UNOH 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta June 28
9 American Ethanol 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton July 14
10 American Ethanol 225 Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet July 21
11 Pocono Mountains 125 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond August 4
12 VFW 200 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn August 18
13 UNOH 200 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol August 22
14 Jeff Foxworthy's Grit Chips 200 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton August 31
15 American Ethanol 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton September 15
16 Kentucky 201 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta September 21
17 Smith's 350 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada September 29
18 Fred's 250 Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega October 6
19 Kroger 200 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway October 27
20 WinStar World Casino 350K Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth November 2
21 Lucas Oil 150 Phoenix International Raceway, Phoenix November 9
22 Ford EcoBoost 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead November 16
Sources:[2][3]

Calendar changes[edit]

The Las Vegas race, as a result of issues resulting from the 2011 race weekend, was moved back to late September as a stand-alone race. Originally, the Las Vegas race was set for October 13 at 12 noon PDT as part of the IndyCar weekend, but Indy Racing League LLC faces issues from the 2011 IZOD IndyCar World Championship which the 2011 Truck race was the Saturday feature of the race meet, but that meet was removed as a result of legal issues following the death of Dan Wheldon on Lap 11 of the IZOD IndyCar Series feature.

Speedway Motorsports also removed races from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, while keeping the second Kentucky truck date and having the NASCAR Nationwide Series replace INDYCAR on the fall weekend.

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Winning manufacturer
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Miguel Paludo Miguel Paludo John King Toyota
2 Kroger 250 Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet
3 Good Sam Roadside Assistance Carolina 200 Nelson Piquet, Jr. Nelson Piquet, Jr. Kasey Kahne Chevrolet
4 SFP 250 Tim George, Jr. James Buescher James Buescher Chevrolet
5 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Ty Dillon Justin Lofton Justin Lofton Chevrolet
6 Lucas Oil 200 Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Todd Bodine Toyota
7 WinStar World Casino 400K Justin Lofton Justin Lofton Johnny Sauter Toyota
8 UNOH 225 Matt Crafton James Buescher James Buescher Chevrolet
9 American Ethanol 200 Timothy Peters James Buescher Timothy Peters Toyota
10 American Ethanol 225 Justin Lofton Brendan Gaughan James Buescher Chevrolet
11 Pocono Mountains 125 Nelson Piquet, Jr. Nelson Piquet, Jr. Joey Coulter Chevrolet
12 VFW 200 Joey Coulter Kurt Busch Nelson Piquet, Jr. Chevrolet
13 UNOH 200 Cale Gale Timothy Peters Timothy Peters Toyota
14 Jeff Foxworthy's Grit Chips 200 Ty Dillon Kyle Busch Ty Dillon Chevrolet
15 American Ethanol 200 Parker Kligerman Parker Kligerman Ryan Blaney Ram
16 Kentucky 201 Joey Coulter James Buescher James Buescher Chevrolet
17 Smith's 350 Joey Coulter Joey Coulter Nelson Piquet, Jr. Chevrolet
18 Fred's 250 Ty Dillon Ty Dillon Parker Kligerman Toyota
19 Kroger 200 Timothy Peters Kevin Harvick Denny Hamlin Toyota
20 WinStar World Casino 350K Nelson Piquet, Jr. Nelson Piquet, Jr. Johnny Sauter Toyota
21 Lucas Oil 150 Nelson Piquet, Jr. Brian Scott Brian Scott Toyota
22 Ford EcoBoost 200 Parker Kligerman Kyle Larson Cale Gale Chevrolet

Drivers[edit]

(key) Bold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings. * – Most laps led.

Pos Driver DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW CHI POC MCH BRI ATL IOW KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points
1 James Buescher 17 3 2 1* 22 7 15 1* 30* 1 2 5 7 3 17 1* 6 3 6 11 17 13 808
2 Timothy Peters 2 5 5 2 9 9 11 5 1 3 22 13 1* 13 19 21 8 5 7 10 4 8 802
3 Joey Coulter 18 30 6 14 7 11 3 7 8 15 1 7 4 7 13 4 3* 14 3 7 3 3 789
4 Ty Dillon (R) 9 2 8 9 10 6 7 3 7 12 6 6 21 1 2 3 10 4* 28 5 15 25 784
5 Parker Kligerman 11 11 9 8 11 2 10 19 10 5 7 4 2 4 23* 2 19 1 9 2 27 7 778
6 Matt Crafton 23 24 3 12 15 8 2 4 3 4 4 16 9 9 9 9 2 18 4 6 20 12 759
7 Nelson Piquet, Jr. 22 6 7* 4 29 4 5 29 9 26 3* 1 18 8 6 12 1 31 2 3* 8 4 747
8 Justin Lofton 3 4 10 7 1* 10 9* 14 5 21 9 12 10 14 31 7 20 24 19 22 10 9 710
9 Johnny Sauter 24 29 4 24 25 24 1 6 4 22 27 11 11 12 4 6 21 2 14 1 25 6 678
10 Miguel Paludo 30* 17 15 10 14 12 14 12 13 17 13 10 16 16 10 8 11 19 15 14 14 5 668
11 Jason White 5 10 24 19 6 33 17 11 14 9 11 2 14 29 12 20 13 20 13 19 21 17 635
12 Cale Gale (R) 32 15 17 11 19 5 8 25 26 6 14 20 28 15 5 19 7 10 35 15 7 1 634
13 Ron Hornaday, Jr. 14 16 12 6 5 27 12 9 2 7 19 17 8 30 33 14 27 28 33 20 22 20 591
14 Todd Bodine 6 25 31 5 3 1 30 28 12 18 26 24 31 21 3 30 5 33 22 8 28 11 574
15 Ryan Sieg 15 32 22 29 28 29 19 16 17 30 29 15 12 17 14 22 22 11 26 13 6 14 531
16 John Wes Townley (R) 23 20 16 16 16 27 32 20 14 8 25 24 19 15 10 14 25 18 16 13 32 521
17 Ross Chastain (R) 28 7 25 34 35 15 16 33 16 13 10 18 3 20 11 28 25 34 23 31 33 10 502
18 Bryan Silas (R) 29 26 32 21 20 22 25 26 22 24 17 14 22 24 18 29 16 12 29 23 16 33 471
19 David Starr 21 14 13 31 17 14 13 15 28 10 Wth 13 18 22 16 21 16 423
20 Dakoda Armstrong (R) 35 21 14 15 13 20 18 13 27 16 12 3 30 23 31 370
21 Norm Benning DNQ DNQ 30 28 DNQ 25 22 DNQ 24 25 20 23 27 DNQ 25 15 18 15 31 26 19 29 346
22 Tim George, Jr. 16 17 24 15 15 21 28 22 18 9 27 18 298
23 Jason Leffler 36 8 34 18 4 6 8 6 8 19 294
24 Max Gresham (R) 26 19 18 22 24 30 21 30 22 23 11 12 23 291
25 Chris Fontaine 7 DNQ DNQ 20 32 23 20 25 27 18 29 26 34 29 29 36 DNQ 34 271
26 Ryan Blaney 62 11 1 11 6 8 30 5 28 258
27 Jennifer Jo Cobb DNQ 34 DNQ 25 26 26 32 DNQ 29 23 36 22 DNQ DNQ 30 16 28 27 27 DNQ 31 248
28 Paulie Harraka (R) 19 22 26 27 30 17 28 17 33 19 24 223
29 Jeff Agnew 35 27 DNQ 21 27 21 31 32 17 21 25 24 204
30 Caleb Holman (R) DNQ 21 21 18 21 18 19 27 24 183
31 Brennan Newberry 28 23 32 27 22 36 19 21 27 23 DNQ 182
32 Chris Jones 35 31 35 31 34 33 33 31 34 33 33 21 36 35 35 170
33 John King (R) 1 9 33 13 33 25 29 169
34 Clay Greenfield 10 31 DNQ 36 18 28 34 34 16 25 164
35 Kyle Larson 10 6 2 27 134
36 Jeb Burton (R) 13 11 36 8 19 133
37 Jake Crum DNQ 18 23 31 29 13 DNQ 22 128
38 Dennis Setzer DNQ 34 351 35 19 331 28 31 35 36 361 351 31 DNQ 35 32 124
39 Johnny Chapman 35 DNQ 32 31 DNQ 36 26 36 32 32 30 32 119
40 Germán Quiroga 8 28 24 15 101
41 Rick Crawford 25 36 29 11 23 96
42 Chad McCumbee 30 31 20 23 25 92
43 Jeff Choquette 11 8 30 83
44 Chris Cockrum 16 27 29 26 78
45 Tyler Young (R) 28 23 20 30 75
46 Grant Enfinger 12 36 DNQ 12 DNQ 73
47 C. E. Falk 34 29 16 53
48 Dusty Davis (R) 13 33 34 52
49 Travis Miller 31 24 26 261 51
50 B. J. McLeod DNQ DNQ 23 15 321 331 50
51 Chris Lafferty DNQ 341 DNQ 34 DNQ 35 35 24 48
52 Justin Jennings 23 20 45
53 Russ Dugger 33 26 29 44
54 Matt Merrell 34 11 43
55 J. R. Fitzpatrick 34 12 42
56 Todd Peck DNQ 28 DNQ 18 42
57 Scott Stenzel 23 24 41
58 Wes Burton DNQ DNQ DNQ 28 23 DNQ 37
59 Ward Burton 8 36
60 Ryan Lynch 29 30 29
61 Ryan Reed 17 27
62 Ryan Hackett 17 27
63 Brandon McReynolds 18 26
64 Brandon Knupp 35 301 27 DNQ 361 26
65 Peyton Sellers 20 24
66 Mario Gosselin 21 23
67 Wayne Edwards 24 20
68 Sean Corr 25 DNQ 19
69 Benjamin Reynolds DNQ 26 DNQ 18
70 Brian Weber DNQ 26 18
71 Brent Raymer 26 18
72 August Grill 27 17
73 T. J. Duke (R) 31 13
74 Caleb Roark DNQ 32 12
75 Todd Shafer 32 12
76 Adam Edwards 33 11
Brandon Miller 201
Kyle Martel 211
Natalie Sather DNQ DNQ
Wheeler Boys DNQ
Tyler Tanner DNQ
Ineligible for Camping World Truck championship points
Pos Driver DAY MAR ROC KAN CHA DOV TXS KTY IOW CHI POC MIC BRI ATL IO2 KT2 LSV TAL MA2 TX2 PHO HOM Points
Kevin Harvick 1* 3* 12*
Brian Scott 13 17 5 10 1*
Denny Hamlin 5 1
Kasey Kahne 1
Brad Keselowski 27 3 2 2 8 25
Kyle Busch 2* 4 2
Brendan Gaughan 20 12 4 2* 5 4 17 23
Travis Kvapil 4
Aric Almirola 5 26 9
Scott Riggs DNQ 36 32 32 33 5 34
Kurt Busch 9* 10 7
Drew Herring 7
David Mayhew 16 26 9 24 12
Ryan Truex 32 9
Cole Whitt 13
Travis Pastrana 15
Josh Richards 17
David Reutimann DNQ 20 19 18
Mike Harmon 34 33 DNQ 28 35 DNQ
Stephen Leicht 30 34 32 31
Donnie Neuenberger 30
Blake Koch 32 QL 35 36 Wth Wth 36 36
Mike Skinner 33
T. J. Bell 34 35
Josh Wise 34
Jeff Green 35 DNQ
Derek White DNQ
Tim Andrews DNQ
Pos Driver DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW CHI POC MCH BRI ATL IOW KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points
  • 1 – Post entry, driver and owner did not score points.
  • 2 – Ryan Blaney was originally registered for Nationwide points, but switched to the Trucks at Atlanta.

Manufacturer[edit]

Pos Manufacturer Wins Points
1 Chevrolet 12 166
2 Toyota 9 151
3 Ram 1 93
4 Ford 0 74

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2012 Team Chart". Jayski. Retrieved October 16, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Truck Schedule highlighted by Rickingham race". NASCAR. Retrieved November 21, 2011. 
  3. ^ "2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule". Jayski.com. Retrieved November 21, 2011.