2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

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2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
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Champions | Seasons
Todd Bodine, the 2010 Camping World Truck Series champion.
Aric Almirola came in second behind Bodine by 207 points.
Johnny Sauter finished third in the championship.

The 2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season was the sixteenth season of the third highest stock car racing series in the United States. Beginning at Daytona International Speedway, the season included twenty-five races, which ended with the Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. During the 2009 off season, NASCAR announced few calendar changes, returning to Darlington Raceway for the first time in six years. Kyle Busch Motorsports won the owners' championship in their inaugural season, while Todd Bodine won the drivers' championship during the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway, one race before the final. Toyota won the manufacturers' championship with 193 points.

2010 teams and drivers[edit]

Complete schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver(s) Crew chief
Chevrolet DGM Racing 12 Mario Gosselin George Church 5
Thomas Buzze 20
Kevin Harvick, Inc. 2 Elliott Sadler 8 Doug George 1
Ernie Cope 6
Butch Hylton 17
David Hyder 1
Kevin Harvick 6
Ken Schrader 7
Shelby Howard 3
Clint Bowyer 1
33 Ron Hornaday Jr. Dave Fuge 1
Doug George 9
Butch Hylton 6
Ernie Cope 1
Kevin Buskirk 8
Norm Benning Racing 57 Norm Benning Billy Wheeler 2
James Dugger 23
Richard Childress Racing 3 Austin Dillon (R) Danny Stockman Jr.
Rick Ware Racing 47 Brett Butler (R) 14 Gary Cogswell
Lance Fenton 2
Bobby Hamilton Jr. 4
Jeffrey Earnhardt 3
C. E. Falk 1
Donnie Neuenberger 1
RSS Racing 39 Ryan Sieg 24 Mike Garvey 9
Kris Nicholson 16
Mike Garvey 1
93 Shane Sieg 9 Tony Wilson
Mike Garvey 15
Ryan Sieg 1
ThorSport Racing 13 Johnny Sauter Joe Shear Jr.
88 Matt Crafton Bud Haefele
Turner Motorsports 4 Ricky Carmichael Michael Fritts 17
Doug Randolph 8
Ford Brent Raymer Racing 85 Brent Raymer Josh Raymer
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb (R) Rudy Prickler 5
Steve Kuykendall 20
Toyota Billy Ballew Motorsports 51 Aric Almirola Richie Wauters
Germain Racing 30 Todd Bodine Mike Hillman Jr.
Kyle Busch Motorsports 18 Kyle Busch 16 Eric Phillips
Brian Ickler 7
Johnny Benson 1
Kasey Kahne 1
Randy Moss Motorsports
with HTM
5 Mike Skinner Gene Nead 7
Stacy Johnson 18
Randy Moss Motorsports
with HTM
16
SS-Green Light Racing 9
81 David Starr Doug Wolcott 16
Jason Miller 9
Red Horse Racing 7 Justin Lofton (R) Mark Rette
17 Timothy Peters Jeff Hensley
Chevrolet
Dodge
Rick Ware Racing 6 Donnie Neuenberger 5 Kevin Heins
Mike Cluka
D. J. Kennington 1
Brian Rose 2
J. C. Stout 2
Michael Guerity 1
Jeffrey Earnhardt 2
Ryan Rust 1
Bobby Hamilton Jr. 2
Brett Butler (R) 1
Clay Greenfield 1
Ken Butler III 1
Carl Long 1
Lance Fenton 2
Amber Cope 1
C. E. Falk 1
Derek White 1
Chevrolet
Ford
Lafferty Motorsports
Mike Harmon Racing
89 Wayne Edwards 1 Chris Lafferty 6
Calvin Wood 13
Dan Kolanda 3
Scott Kazura 3
Mike Harmon 15
Chris Lafferty 9
Chevrolet
Toyota
Wyler Racing 60 Stacy Compton 15 Chad Kendrick 22
Marcus Richmond 3
Narain Karthikeyan (R) 9
Cole Whitt 1
Chevrolet
Dodge
Ford
Toyota
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Sean Murphy 1 Jason Miller
Mike Davis
Troy Smith
Butch Miller
Donny Lia 9
Tony Jackson Jr. (R) 7
Butch Miller 6
John King 2
23 Jason White Doug Howe
Dodge
Ford
Toyota
Team Gill Racing 21
Eddie Sharp Racing 4
46 Dennis Setzer 2 Joey Jones
Clay Greenfield 6
Willie Allen 1
Terry Jones 3
Brian Rose 2
Chase Austin 1
J. C. Stout 3
Tim Andrews 1
John King 2
Craig Goess 2
Jason Bowles 1
Steve Park 1

Notes:

  • Cobb's team purchased the equipment and owner points from the Circle Bar Racing No. 10 truck.
  • Kyle Busch purchased the assets of Xpress Motorsports and used their owner points from 2009 (from the No. 16 truck).
  • RCR purchased the No. 48 Fast Track truck's owner points from 2009 for the No. 3 truck.
  • Rick Ware Racing purchased the owner points from the former No. 08 SS-Green Light truck for the No. 47 truck.
  • Carmichael's No. 4 team purchased the owner points from the championship-winning No. 33 Kevin Harvick, Inc. truck in 2009.

Part-time schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver(s) Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet B. J. McLeod Motorsports 9 B. J. McLeod Jamie Jones 1
Brackett Family Motorsports 06 Dale Brackett Shane Romanoski 1
Joseph Decker 2
2
Tim Bainey Jr. 1
Brad Queen Racing 00 Brad Queen ??? 1
Daisy Ramirez Motorsports Carlos Contreras Micah Horton 1
Jerick Johnson Mark Janes-O'Rourke 2
Morris Van Vleet 1
Brian Weber 1
1
Carl Long 1
Brian Weber 1
Dominick Casola 1
01 J. J. Yeley Dan Glauz 2
Micah Horton 1
Morris Van Vleet 10
Mark Janes-O'Rourke 3
1
Carl Long 7
Mike Harmon 1
Dillon Oliver (R) 1
Michael Guerity 2
Joe Aramendia 4
Jeremy Petty 1
Jerick Johnson 2
Chris Lafferty 1
Angela Cope 1
Larry Foyt 1
Brian Weber 1
Derek White Racing 96 Derek White Robert Bosisio 1
DGM Racing 72 Caitlin Shaw Johnny Chapman 1
Johnny Chapman Guy Caron 1
Walter Shafer 4
2
John Jackson 4
99 Guy Caron 1
Fast Track Racing Enterprises 48 Bryan Silas Bryant Frazier 2
Jeremy Crandall 1
David McClure 12
2
Tim Bainey Jr. (R) 3
Hermie Sadler 6
Chad McCumbee 1
Richard Harriman 1
Michelle Theriault 2
49 Chad McCumbee David McClure 2
Michelle Theriault 1
FDNY Racing 28 L. W. Miller Dick Rahilly 1
Wayne Edwards 1
Chad McCumbee 1
Andy Lally 1
Gene Price Motorsports 62 Greg Pursley Jerry Pitts 3
Green Burton Motorsports 16 Wes Burton Tim Andrews 1
Tim Jenkins 2
Nathan Chea 1
4
Jimmy Dick Racing 86 Jamie Dick Michael Naake 7
Ken Schrader Racing 52 Ken Schrader Donnie Richeson 2
LCS Motorsports 87 Chris Jones Kyle Johnson 3
Mark Parks 3
Richard Kahlich 7
Jason Dawson 2
15
RBR Enterprises 92 Dennis Setzer Michael Hester 9
Richard Childress Racing 22 Tim George Jr. Gere Kennon Jr. 1
Rick Ware Racing 16 Donnie Neuenberger Dave Mitchell
Rick Ware
Mike Cluka
1
J. C. Stout 3
Justin Hobgood 2
Travis Kvapil 1
Rodenbeck Racing 82 Paddy Rodenbeck Jeffery Caudill 5
Steve McGowan Motorsports 19 David Mayhew Terry Henry 3
Tagsby Racing 65 Wayne Edwards Kelly Frankum 1
Chris Fontaine 1
73 Joey Sonntag 2
Rick Crawford Travis Sharpe 3
Brian Johnson Jr. 1
ThorSport Racing 98 Landon Cassill Lance Hooper 1
Turner Motorsports 31 James Buescher Michael Shelton 21
William Bishop Motorsports 53 Justin Hobgood Robert Bentley 2
Wyler Racing 64 Chase Mattioli Stacy Compton 1
Peyton Sellers Marcus Richmond 1
MAKE Motorsports 50 T. J. Bell Andy Cody 1
Scott Weaver 4
3
Dodge G. R. Smith 2
Brad Keselowski Racing 29 Brad Keselowski Wayne Setterington Jr. 4
Parker Kligerman 1
Stratus Racing Group 74 Derrike Cope Del Markle 1
Rick Markle 1
2
Ford Circle Bar Racing 14 Rick Crawford Blake Bainbridge 2
Scott Weaver 2
4
Grimm Racing 71 Eddie MacDonald Rollie Lachance Jr. 1
Kimmel Racing 44 Will Kimmel Bill Kimmel Jr. 1
MB Motorsports 63 Jack Smith Mike Mittler 3
Nick Hoffman 1
Ray Hackett Racing 75 Chris Jones Ray Hackett 1
76 Ryan Hackett Travis Sharpe 5
Curtis Martin Jr. 1
3
Brian Johnson Jr. 2
Rick Crawford 1
Robbie Brand Racing 37 Robbie Brand Roger Gordon 2
Toyota Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Ted Musgrave Kevin Starland 1
Steve Wallace 4
Johnny Benson 3
Nelson Piquet Jr. 4
Johanna Long 3
Denny Hamlin 1
Jason Bowles Cody Glick 1
Germain Racing 9 Max Papis Brian MacDonald 2
Randy Barnette 1
Bootie Barker 3
Rich Simon 1
Chad Kendrick 2
8
Justin Hobgood 1
Tom Hessert III John Monsam 1
77 1
Miguel Paludo Jamie Jones 2
Jason Bowles Rich Simon 1
Kyle Busch Motorsports 56 Tayler Malsam Dan Stillman 7
Matt Lofton Motorsports 97 Matt Lofton Blake Bainbridge 1
Panhandle Motorsports 20 Johanna Long Kevin Starland 4
Randy Moss Motorsports
with HTM
25 Tayler Malsam Doug Wolcott 1
Dan Stillman 3
4
Red Horse Racing 1 Nelson Piquet Jr. Rick Gay 1
11 Miguel Paludo 2
Sharp-Hartman Racing 41 Steve Park Jefferson Hodges 2
Chevy
Dodge
SS-Green Light Racing 21 Donny Lia 3
Butch Miller 4
Chris Eggleston 5
Johnny Chapman 2
Chad McCumbee 1
Jake Crum 1
David Starr 1
Chevrolet
Ford
Lafferty Motorsports
Mike Harmon Racing
24 Mike Harmon Dan Kolanda 5
Calvin Wood 2
4
Chris Lafferty 2
Cody Cambensy 1
Jerick Johnson Scott Kazura 1
Chevrolet
Toyota
Glenden Enterprises 84 Chris Fontaine Kevin Ingram 7
Stringer Motorsports 90 Brad Sweet Tripp Bruce 9
James Buescher 1
Jesse Smith 1
Donny Lia 3
Dodge
Ford
Team Gill Racing 95 Johnny Benson Andy Quillan 1
Geoffrey Bodine 1
Lance Fenton 2
Tim Andrews 4
J. C. Stout 3
Terry Jones 1
Clay Greenfield 1
Dennis Setzer 1
Carl Long 2
Dillon Oliver (R) 1
Grant Enfinger 1

Schedule[edit]

The season marked the return of Darlington Raceway to the schedule for the first time since 2004, replacing the Milwaukee Mile. The series also raced for the first time at Pocono Raceway. After the closing of Memphis Motorsports Park, a second race was added to Nashville Superspeedway on the first of two weekends where the Nationwide and Truck Series raced but the Cup Series had off weekends. Kentucky Speedway's stand-alone date on the July Cup Series off weekend was moved to the Friday night of Labor Day weekend in September, the same weekend that the IndyCar Series had a race there.[1]

All 25 Truck races were aired on TV on Speed, with all of them being broadcast live except for the race at Dover, which was aired on tape delay by three hours (at 8 p.m.) after the race started at 5 p.m. (noted below with an * asterisk). Unlike the Cup and Nationwide Series Motor Racing Network had the radio coverage for all races.

No. Race title Track Date Start Time (et)
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Daytona International Speedway February 13 8 p.m.
2 E-Z-GO 200 Atlanta Motor Speedway March 6 2 p.m.
3 Kroger 250 Martinsville Speedway March 27 2 p.m.
4 Nashville 200 Nashville Superspeedway April 2 8 p.m.
5 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 Kansas Speedway May 2 1 p.m.
6 Dover 200 Dover International Speedway May 14 5 p.m.*
7 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway May 21 8 p.m.
8 WinStar World Casino 400 Texas Motor Speedway June 4 8 p.m.
9 VFW 200 Michigan International Speedway June 12 1:30 p.m.
10 Lucas Oil 200 Iowa Speedway July 11 1:30 p.m.
11 CampingWorld.com 200 Gateway International Raceway July 17[N 1] 1:30 p.m.
12 AAA Insurance 200 presented by J. D. Byrider O'Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis July 23 8 p.m.
13 Pocono Mountains 125 Pocono Raceway July 31 12:30 p.m.
14 Nashville 200 Nashville Superspeedway August 7 8:30 p.m.
15 Too Tough To Tame 200 Darlington Raceway August 14 7:30 p.m.
16 O'Reilly 200 Bristol Motor Speedway August 18 8 p.m.
17 EnjoyIllinois.com 225 Chicagoland Speedway August 27 9 p.m.
18 Built Ford Tough 225 Kentucky Speedway September 3 8 p.m.
19 TheRaceDayRaffleSeries.com 175 New Hampshire Motor Speedway September 18 2:30 p.m.
20 Smith's Food and Drug Store 350 Las Vegas Motor Speedway September 25 9 p.m.
21 Kroger 200 Martinsville Speedway October 23 1 p.m.
22 Mountain Dew 250 fueled by Fred's Talladega Superspeedway October 30 3 p.m.
23 WinStar World Casino 350K Texas Motor Speedway November 5 8 p.m.
24 Lucas Oil 150 Phoenix International Raceway November 12 8 p.m.
25 Ford 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway November 19 8 p.m.
  1. ^ The Gateway race was postponed to Saturday, June 17 as the track had a power outage.

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer No. Winning team
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Jason White Todd Bodine Timothy Peters Toyota 17 Red Horse Racing
2 E-Z-GO 200 Ron Hornaday Jr. Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 2 Kevin Harvick Inc.
3 Kroger 250 Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 2 Kevin Harvick Inc.
4 Nashville 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
5 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 Ron Hornaday Jr. Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 13 ThorSport Racing
6 Dover 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Aric Almirola Toyota 51 Billy Ballew Motorsports
7 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
8 WinStar World Casino 400 Austin Dillon Todd Bodine Todd Bodine Toyota 30 Germain Racing
9 VFW 200 Austin Dillon Todd Bodine Aric Almirola Toyota 51 Billy Ballew Motorsports
10 Lucas Oil 200 Austin Dillon Austin Dillon Austin Dillon Chevrolet 3 Richard Childress Racing
11 CampingWorld.com 200 Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 2 Kevin Harvick Inc.
12 AAA Insurance 200 presented by J. D. Byrider Timothy Peters Ron Hornaday Jr. Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 33 Kevin Harvick Inc.
13 Pocono Mountains 125 Elliott Sadler Elliott Sadler Elliott Sadler Chevrolet 2 Kevin Harvick Inc.
14 Nashville 200 Todd Bodine Todd Bodine Todd Bodine Toyota 30 Germain Racing
15 Too Tough To Tame 200 Timothy Peters Timothy Peters
Todd Bodine
Todd Bodine Toyota 30 Germain Racing
16 O'Reilly 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
17 EnjoyIllinois.com 225 Todd Bodine Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
18 Built Ford Tough 225 Austin Dillon Kyle Busch Todd Bodine Toyota 30 Germain Racing
19 TheRaceDayRaffleSeries.com 175 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
20 Smith's Food and Drug Store 350 Austin Dillon Austin Dillon Austin Dillon Chevrolet 3 Richard Childress Racing
21 Kroger 200 Kyle Busch Todd Bodine Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 33 Kevin Harvick Inc.
22 Mountain Dew 250 fueled by Fred's Ron Hornaday Jr. Ron Hornaday Jr. Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
23 WinStar World Casino 350K Matt Crafton Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports
24 Lucas Oil 150 Austin Dillon Clint Bowyer Clint Bowyer Chevrolet 2 Kevin Harvick Inc.
25 Ford 200 Austin Dillon Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports

Drivers standings[edit]

The top 10
Pos. Driver Wins Top 5 Top 10 Poles Points Difference
1 Todd Bodine 4 17 20 2 3937
2 Aric Almirola 2 11 21 0 3730 −207
3 Johnny Sauter 1 14 16 0 3676 −261
4 Matt Crafton 0 10 20 1 3547 −390
5 Austin Dillon 2 7 16 7 3379 −558
6 Timothy Peters 1 5 16 2 3343 −594
7 Ron Hornaday Jr. 2 11 13 3 3310 −627
8 Mike Skinner 0 2 13 0 3256 −681
9 David Starr 0 0 9 0 3170 −767
10 Jason White 0 3 7 1 2979 −958

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 Camping World Truck Series Schedule". NASCAR. Turner Broadcasting System. Archived from the original on January 28, 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
  2. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved 2013-09-01.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)