2000 Chevy Silverado 200

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2000 Chevy Silverado 200
Race details
Race 16 of 24 in the 2000 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season
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Date July 15, 2000 (2000-July-15)
Location Nazareth Speedway (Nazareth, Pennsylvania)
Course Permanent racing facility
0.946 mi (1.522 km)
Distance 200 laps, 200 mi (321.869 km)
Pole position
Driver Bobby Hamilton Racing
Most laps led
Driver Joe Ruttman Bobby Hamilton Racing
Laps 106
Winner
No. 1 Dennis Setzer Bob Keselowski Racing
Television in the United States
Network CBS
Announcers Mike Joy
Buddy Baker
Ned Jarrett

The 2000 Chevy Silverado 200 was a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race held on July 15, 2000. It was known for being the last NASCAR race broadcast by CBS. Dennis Setzer lead 30 laps and won. Mike Joy, Buddy Baker, and Ned Jarrett called the action.

Results[edit]

POS[1] ST # DRIVER SPONSOR / OWNER TRUCK LAPS MONEY STATUS LED PTS
1 19 1   Dennis Setzer Mopar Performance   (Bob Keselowski) Dodge 200 49735 running 30 180
2 1 18   Joe Ruttman Dana Corporation   (Bobby Hamilton Racing) Dodge 200 37675 running 106 180
3 4 50   Greg Biffle Grainger   (Jack Roush) Ford 200 22980 running 30 170
4 7 43   Steve Grissom Dodge Motorsports   (Petty Enterprises) Dodge 200 15350 running 2 165
5 9 24   Jack Sprague GMAC Financial Services   (Rick Hendrick) Chevrolet 200 14705 running 0 155
6 2 88   Terry Cook PickupTruck.com   (Duke Thorson) Chevrolet 200 11975 running 8 155
7 11 16   Jimmy Hensley Mobile Max2   (Ed Rensi) Chevrolet 200 11275 running 0 146
8 3 66   Rick Carelli Carlin Burners & Controls   (Dale Phelon) Ford 200 11225 running 0 142
9 17 3   Bryan Reffner Johns Manville / Menards   (John Menard) Chevrolet 200 11150 running 0 138
10 13 2   Mike Wallace Team ASE Racing   (Jim Smith) Ford 199 11700 running 0 134
11 14 60   Andy Houston CAT Rental Stores   (Mike Addington) Chevrolet 199 11850 running 0 130
12 10 90   Lance Norick Aventis Behring   (Ron Norick) Chevrolet 199 10750 running 0 127
13 5 14   Rick Crawford Milwaukee Electric Tool   (Tom Mitchell) Ford 199 10700 running 19 129
14 15 99   Kurt Busch Exide Batteries   (Jack Roush) Ford 198 11650 running 0 121
15 21 51   Michael Dokken Dunlop Golf / Dunhams Sports   (Rick Ware) Chevrolet 198 9900 running 5 123
16 24 46   Rob Morgan Acxiom   (David Dollar) Ford 198 9900 running 0 115
17 22 00   Ryan McGlynn Attorney Stephen Fendler   (Raynard McGlynn) Chevrolet 198 9850 running 0 112
18 16 12   Carlos Contreras Hot Wheels   (Russell Kersh) Dodge 197 9800 running 0 109
19 8 75   Marty Houston Spears Manufacturing   (Wayne Spears) Chevrolet 170 9750 crash 0 106
20 27 93   Wayne Edwards WorldBestBuy.com   (Lonnie Troxell) Chevrolet 138 8950 crash 0 103
21 26 4   Donny Morelock Southern Thunder   (Bobby Hamilton Racing) Dodge 125 8675 clutch 0 100
22 29 9   Tom Boston Berryman Chem Tool   (Marty Walsh) Ford 85 8650 handling 0 97
23 28 27   Jeff McClure Hastings Premium Filters   (Mike Albernaz) Ford 72 8625 engine 0 94
24 23 20   Coy Gibbs MBNA   (Joe Gibbs) Chevrolet 54 8600 engine 0 91
25 18 10   Tom Carey, Jr. Detroit Locker   (Kevin Banning) Dodge 47 8575 crash 0 88
26 20 72   Randy MacDonald 3M / Greenfield   (Doc MacDonald) Dodge 47 9550 crash 0 85
27 6 86   Scott Riggs Royal Crown Cola   (David Hodson) Dodge 45 8525 crash 0 82
28 31 32   Jerry Miller Miller Brothers Garage   (Jerry Miller) Dodge 22 8500 crash 0 79
29 25 81   David Starr Dunlop Golf / Dunhams Sports   (Rick Ware) Chevrolet 17 8475 vibration 0 0
30 30 23   Phil Bonifield Red Line Synthetic Oil   (Tom Mazzuchi) Chevrolet 9 8450 clutch 0 73
31 12 25   Randy Tolsma Citgo Supergard   (David Hodson) Dodge 4 9425 crash 0 70

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Race Results". Racing-Reference. Retrieved 2021-06-07.