2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

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2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season
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Austin Dillon, the 2011 Camping World Truck Series Champion
Johnny Sauter came in second behind Dillon
James Buescher finished third in the championship

The 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season was the seventeenth season of the third highest stock car racing in the United States. The season included twenty-five races, beginning with the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. During the 2010 season, NASCAR announced a few notable calendar changes, including a race addition at Kentucky Speedway and the removal of Gateway International Raceway from the schedule. DeLana Harvick won the Owners' Championship, while Austin Dillon of Richard Childress Racing won the Drivers' Championship with a tenth place finish at the final race of the season. Chevrolet won the Manufacturers' Championship with 193 points.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Complete schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver Crew Chief
Chevrolet Joe Denette Motorsports 23 Jason White Chad Kendrick20
Terry Snyder4
Doug Howe1
Kevin Harvick Incorporated 2 Elliott Sadler6 Bruce Cook
Clint Bowyer4
Kevin Harvick8
Ron Hornaday3
Cale Gale2
David Mayhew2
8 Nelson Piquet, Jr. (R) Jeff Hensley
33 Ron Hornaday22 Rick Carelli23
Chris Carrier2
Cale Gale2
Mike Wallace1
Norm Benning Racing 57 Norm Benning James Dugger
Richard Childress Racing 3 Austin Dillon Danny Stockman
22 Joey Coulter (R) Harold Holly
RSS Racing 39 Ryan Sieg Rod Sieg
ThorSport Racing 13 Johnny Sauter Joe Shear, Jr.
88 Matt Crafton Bud Haefele
Turn One Racing 66 Justin Marks12 Doug Wolcott12
Trip Bruce10
Chris Beeson3
Ross Chastain4
Peyton Sellers3
Chris Cockrum1
J.J. Yeley2
Max Gresham3
Turner Motorsports 4 Ricky Carmichael Doug George
31 James Buescher Michael Shelton
32 Brad Sweet8 Mark Rette
Steve Arpin5
Blake Feese10
Mark Martin2
Ram Brad Keselowski Racing 29 Parker Kligerman (R) Jeff Stankiewicz
Toyota Germain Racing 9 Max Papis Randy Goss
62 Brendan Gaughan Bryan Berry
Randy Moss Motorsports 5 Travis Kvapil10 Dan Stillman10
Mike Hillman, Jr.15
Todd Bodine15
Red Horse Racing 7 Miguel Paludo (R) Rick Gay
17 Timothy Peters Butch Hylton
SS-Green Light Racing 81 David Starr Jason Miller
Toyota
Chevrolet
Eddie Sharp Racing 61 Craig Goess9 (R) Trip Bruce9
Daniel Bormann16
Justin Lofton16

Part time schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver(s) Crew Chief Rounds
Chevrolet B.J. McLeod Motorsports 78 B.J. McLeod Jamie Jones 2
Brad Queen Racing 00 Brad Queen Travis Sharpe 2
Corrie Stott Racing 02 Jamie Dick Corrie Stott 5
FDNY Racing 28 Grant Enfinger Dick Rahilly 1
Wes Burton 3
Gene Price Motorsports 44 Greg Pursley Jerry Pitts, Jr.1
Bill Kimmel, Jr.1
1
ThorSport Racing Frank Kimmel 1
98 Dakoda Armstrong Dan Stillman 7
Justin Marks 1
Jake Crum Racing 01 Jake Crum Jon Wolfe 2
Joe Denette Motorsports 24 Elliott Sadler Ernie Cope1
Chad Kendrick1
Jeff Hensley1
3
Kevin Harvick Incorporated 21 Elliott Sadler Ernie Cope1
Scott Naset3
Mark Petty1
1
Ty Dillon 3
Cale Gale 1
Lafferty Motorsports 89 Chris Lafferty Scott Kazura 5
LCS Motorsports 87 Chris Jones Richard Kahlich 6
MAKE Motorsports 50 T. J. Bell Michael Cheek 4
55 Jake Crum Brad Parrott 1
Norm Benning Racing 75 Greg Seevers Richard Goad5
Greg Seevers1
2
Mike Harmon 1
James Hylton 2
Eddie MacDonald 1
NTS Motorsports 14 Brennan Newberry Dan Deeringhoff 2
Peck Motorsports 96 Todd Peck Keith Wolfe 4
RBR Enterprises 92 Clay Rogers Barry Elvis 15
Rick Ware Racing 1 Jeffrey Earnhardt Bobby Burrell6
Sterling Laughlin1
5
Carl Long 1
Bobby Hamilton, Jr. 1
16 Donnie Neuenberger Sterling Laughlin 1
RSS Racing 38 Mike Garvey Tony Wilson 9
93 Cole Whitt (R) Kris Nicholson 1
Shane Sieg 12
Casey Roderick 1
Dennis Setzer 2
B. J. McLeod 3
Josh Wise 1
Mike Garvey 2
Brent Raymer 1
Steve McGowan Motorsports 19 David Mayhew Terry Henry 2
Tagsby Racing 65 Stephan McCurley Kelly Frankum 2
Brent Raymer 3
Tim Andrews 1
Lance Fenton 1
73 Rick Crawford Michael Cheek 3
Brian Johnson, Jr. 3
J. J. Yeley 1
Tim Andrews 1
Clay Greenfield 1
Brent Raymer 1
Team 7 Motorsports 70 Jeff Agnew Doug Weddle 4
Turn One Racing 60 Cole Whitt (R) Marcus Richmond 24
Turner Motorsports 08 Ryan Newman Trent Owens 1
Ford T3R, LLC 09 Bryan Silas Cal Boprey 4
99 Wayne Edwards Aj Genali3
Cal Boprey7
1
Charles Vest 1
Patrick Sheltra 1
Chase Mattioli Racing Chad McCumbee 1
Chase Mattioli (R) 2
J. R. Fitzpatrick 1
Bryan Silas 2
Charles Vest 1
Bragg Racing Group 82 Grant Enfinger Josh Bragg 1
MB Motorsports 63 Nick Hoffman Mike Mittler 2
Jack Smith 5
65 Tyler Tanner 1
Ray Hackett Racing 76 Alli Owens Steve Darne1
Ray Hackett1
Bobby Burrell2
1
Ryan Hackett 1
Derek White 2
Wes Burton Incorporated 61 Wes Burton Randy Dean 1
Ram Alger Motorsports 68 Clay Greenfield Tim Walter 5
Wayne Edwards 1
Allgaier Motorsports 36 Grant Enfinger John Monsam 1
Martins Motorsports 42 Tommy Joe Martins Ron Smith 1
Toyota Coulter Motorsports 97 Matt Lofton Blake Bainbridge1
Jon Wolfe1
2
Germain Racing 30 Todd Bodine Mike Hillman Jr. 10
77 Justin Lofton Ryan Fugle 9
Glenden Enterprises 84 Chris Fontaine Kevin Ingram 6
Kyle Busch Motorsports 18 Kyle Busch Eric Phillips 16
Kasey Kahne 1
Brian Ickler 4
Denny Hamlin 1
Josh Richards 2
Panhandle Motorsports 20 Johanna Long (R) Kevin Starland19
Trip Bruce1
19
Ross Chastain 1
Randy Moss Motorsports 25 Tayler Malsam Dan Stillman 3
Ford
Chevrolet
Mike Harmon Racing 74 Mike Harmon Daniel Kolanda 7
Chevrolet
Toyota
Eddie Sharp Racing 45 Mike Skinner Jefferson Hodges2
Carl Hartmann1
Greg Kennon, Jr.1
2
Chad McCumbee 1
Tim George, Jr. 1
SS-Green Light Racing 07 Donnie Neuenberger Butch Miller1
Troy Smith24
1
B. J. McLeod 1
Jamie Dick 1
Caleb Roark 3
Johnny Chapman 7
J. J. Yeley 1
Scott Riggs 1
Ricky Moxley 1
Chad McCumbee 1
Butch Miller 5
John King 2
T.J. Duke 1
Ram
Chevrolet
Winfield Motorsports 27 Chris Eggleston (R) Rob Winfield2
Kris Nicholson1
Jerry Henry1
Timothy Brown2
2
David Stremme 1
Brent Raymer 1
Chris Jones 1
Dennis Setzer 1
Ford
Ram
JJC Racing 0 Chris Lafferty Kevin Eagle 7
Jeff Green 1
10 Chase Mattioli Cal Boprey3
Steve Kukyendall4
Mark Janes-O'Rourke1
3
Jennifer Jo Cobb 4
Chris Lafferty 1
Sacred Power Motorsports 73 A.J. Russell Kevin Eagle1
Rusty Davidson1
2
Ford
Toyota
John King Racing 16 John King Jimmie Barfield 1
Toyota
Chevrolet
Ford
Vision Aviation Racing
Billy Ballew Motorsports
Kyle Busch Motorsports
151 Michael Waltrip Doug Howe6
Rick Ren2
1
Dusty Davis(R) 4
Kimi Räikkönen 1
Josh Richards 2
511 Aric Almirola Doug George5
Rick Ren8
Richie Wauters2
1
Justin Johnson (R) 3
Chris Fontaine 1
Colin Braun 2
Josh Richards 5
German Quiroga 2

Note: A driver designated with a (R) next to their name indicates that they are contenders for the 2011 Rookie of the Year award.

Team changes[edit]

  • Germain Racing added the No. 9 team to its full-time lineup with Max Papis.
  • Billy Ballew Motorsports merged with West Coast team Vision Aviation Racing to continue running in the Truck Series. The team ran under the VAR banner, with Ballew being majority owner and Toyota continuing its support.[1] The original plan, as stated by manager Tom Davis, was to run his son Dusty in the No. 15 for 7 races and Justin Johnson for 22. However, after Nashville, the No. 15 was shut down and the No. 51 running a limited schedule after Vision Airlines Chief operating officer Steven Acor decided to cut back the racing team.[2]
Began operations
  • Texas businessmen Bob Leavine and Lance Fenton have formed Leavine Fenton Racing. Fenton ran a partial schedule in the No. 95 Ford.
  • Virginia native Joe Denette started his own race team, Joe Denette Motorsports. Denette is a NASCAR fan who won the Virginia Lottery Mega Million in May 2009 after being laid off four months prior. He has teamed with fellow Virginian Hermie Sadler to start his own team with assistance from Kevin Harvick Incorporated. Jason White brought sponsorship from GunBroker.com to the team for 2011.
Discontinued operations

Driver changes[edit]

  • Mike Skinner parted ways with Randy Moss Motorsports after the 2010 season due to a lack of chemistry. In an interview with Sirius Speedway, Skinner said that he had talked to a few teams and would prefer to remain with Toyota. On February 11, Skinner announced that he would drive the No. 45 of Eddie Sharp Racing at Daytona and potentially at Phoenix.
Changed teams
Entered the series
Returned to the series
Exited the series

Mid-season changes[edit]

Rookie Entries[edit]

The 2011 Camping World Truck Series rookie class, from the outset, was packed with talent. Ranging from development drivers Cole Whitt, Joey Coulter, and Parker Kligerman to Snowball Derby winner Johanna Long, ex-Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet, Jr., fourth-generation driver Jeffrey Earnhardt, ARCA Racing Series runner-up Craig Goess, and Brazilian touring car driver Miguel Paludo. From the outset, Whitt impressed many by winning the pole at Darlington early on, but struggled midway through the season. Earnhardt's Rick Ware Racing truck team shut down after Martinsville when sponsor Fuel Doctor abruptly left the team for Turn One Racing. Goess was released by Eddie Sharp Racing after only 9 races and was replaced by Justin Lofton. Sponsorship woes sidelined Long's rookie bid, as well as those of Dusty Davis and Justin Johnson. Paludo managed 7 top 10s in his first full season. Kligerman, Coulter, and Piquet improved their finishes mid-season, surging past a struggling Whitt. Eventually, Coulter emerged on top as ROTY.

2011 calendar[edit]

No. Race Title Track Date Time Television
Local UTC
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 18 7:30 12:30 SPEED
2 Lucas Oil 150 Phoenix International Raceway, Phoenix February 25 6:00 11:00 SPEED
3 Too Tough To Tame 200 Darlington Raceway, Darlington March 12 5:00 10:00 SPEED
4 Kroger 250 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway April 2 2:00 7:00 SPEED
5 Bully Hill Vineyards 200 Nashville Superspeedway, Gladeville April 22 7:00 24:00 SPEED
6 Lucas Oil 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover May 13 8:30 13:30 SPEED
7 N.C. Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 20 8:00 13:00 SPEED
8 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City June 4 1:00 6:00 SPEED
9 WinStar World Casino 400K Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth June 10 8:00 13:00 SPEED
10 UNOH 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta July 7 8:00 13:00 SPEED
11 Coca-Cola 200 presented by Hy-Vee Iowa Speedway, Newton July 16 7:00 12:00 SPEED
12 Lucas Deep Clean 200 Nashville Superspeedway, Gladeville July 22 7:00 12:00 SPEED
13 AAA Insurance 200 Lucas Oil Raceway, Clermont July 29 7:30 12:30 SPEED
14 Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service 125 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond August 7 1:00 6:00 SPEED
15 VFW 200 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn August 20 12:30 17:30 SPEED
16 O'Reilly Auto Parts 200 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol August 24 8:00 13:00 SPEED
17 Good Sam Club 200 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton September 2 8:00 13:00 SPEED
18 Fast Five 225 Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet September 16 8:00 13:00 SPEED
19 F.W. Webb 175 New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon September 24 3:00 8:00 SPEED
20 Kentucky 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta October 1 8:00 13:00 SPEED
21 Smith's 350 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, Nevada October 15 TBA TBA SPEED
22 Coca-Cola 250 Powered by fred's Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega October 22 4:00 9:00 SPEED
23 Kroger 200 Martinsville Speedway, Ridgeway October 29 2:00 7:00 SPEED
24 WinStar World Casino 350K Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth November 4 8:00 13:00 SPEED
25 Ford 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead November 18 8:00 13:00 SPEED
Sources:[8][9]

Calendar changes[edit]

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Winning manufacturer
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Austin Dillon James Buescher Michael Waltrip Toyota
2 Lucas Oil 150 Clint Bowyer Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
3 Too Tough To Tame 200 Cole Whitt Kasey Kahne Kasey Kahne Toyota
4 Kroger 250 Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
5 Bully Hill Vineyards 200 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
6 Lucas Oil 200 Justin Marks Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
7 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Timothy Peters Clint Bowyer Kyle Busch Toyota
8 O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 Austin Dillon Clint Bowyer Clint Bowyer Chevrolet
9 WinStar World Casino 400K James Buescher Johnny Sauter Ron Hornaday Chevrolet
10 UNOH 225 Johnny Sauter Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
11 Coca-Cola 200 David Mayhew Austin Dillon Matt Crafton Chevrolet
12 Lucas Deep Clean 200 Austin Dillon Timothy Peters Austin Dillon Chevrolet
13 AAA Insurance 200 Austin Dillon James Buescher Timothy Peters Toyota
14 Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service 125 Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet
15 VFW 200 Matt Crafton Mark Martin Kevin Harvick Chevrolet
16 O'Reilly Auto Parts 200 Elliott Sadler Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet
17 Good Sam Club 200 Ricky Carmichael Clint Bowyer Ron Hornaday Chevrolet
18 Fast Five 225 Steve Arpin Kevin Harvick Austin Dillon Chevrolet
19 F.W. Webb 175 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
20 Kentucky 225 Austin Dillon Ron Hornaday Ron Hornaday Chevrolet
21 Smith's 350 Ron Hornaday Ron Hornaday Ron Hornaday Chevrolet
22 Coca-Cola 250 James Buescher Mike Wallace Mike Wallace Chevrolet
23 Kroger 200 Matt Crafton Denny Hamlin Denny Hamlin Toyota
24 2011 WinStar World Casino 350K James Buescher Kevin Harvick Kevin Harvick Chevrolet
25 Ford 200 James Buescher Johnny Sauter Johnny Sauter Chevrolet

Drivers[edit]

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by time. Italics - Pole position earned by final practice results or rainout. * – Most laps led.

Pos Driver DAY PHO DAR MAR NSH DOV CLT KAN TEX KEN IOW NSH IRP POC MCH BRI ATL CHI NHA KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX HOM Points
1 Austin Dillon 20 5 15 7 11 4 7 12 26 14 2* 1 9 5 22 23 6 1 2 2 17 7 3 2 10 888
2 Johnny Sauter 17 4 9 1* 7 11 6 2 22* 24 4 2 23 45 13 2 29 6 5 14 4 15 4 7 1* 882
3 James Buescher 9* DNQ 5 35 5 8 4 4 9 9 7 7 2* 3 4 4 10 11 7 3 21 3 10 19 12 859
4 Ron Hornaday 28 3 2 3 4 9 54 30 1 27 19 17 5 9 7 24 1 10 4 1* 1* 2 2 34 13 838
5 Timothy Peters 11 12 6 5 3 17 32 14 20 16 11 3* 1 10 2 5 16 17 9 17 3 23 8 11 8 832
6 Todd Bodine 23 14 3 14 19 27 27 3 31 4 10 6 12 12 11 3 9 13 8 7 5 6 11 13 16 803
7 Joey Coulter (R) 34 9 28 17 24 6 16 5 5 7 5 10 7 6 18 6 13 12 11 13 22 20 5 6 5 796
8 Matt Crafton 10 7 4 11 6 3 26 18 29 32 1 11 6 8 21 21 7 7 6 23 2 31 12 5 19 785
9 Cole Whitt (R) 14 6 8 6 12 2 3 15 28 26 6 19 8 15 10 12 32 9 15 8 8 14 27 17 22 764
10 Nelson Piquet, Jr. (R) 27 13 32 30 2 16 21 8 13 22 8 4 14 14 16 8 20 3 24 4 6 26 13 4 4 752
11 Parker Kligerman (R) 15 32 14 13 10 21 8 11 2 2 22 5 11 13 23 10 12 4 18 29 10 28 21 28 14 728
12 Brendan Gaughan 26 17 25 9 17 7 30 7 14 3 16 13 16 22 8 20 18 14 12 19 9 8 9 31 20 713
13 David Starr 13 34 10 26 8 12 28 16 30 8 9 8 3 18 5 11 17 19 14 10 16 30 22 23 11 703
14 Justin Lofton 18 30 13 32 16 25 13 19 10 15 12 15 20 16 15 7 26 15 13 11 19 11 17 10 18 687
15 Jason White 30 10 33 22 13 14 14 17 16 5 25 12 26 17 6 16 25 24 17 24 14 5 15 12 9 682
16 Ricky Carmichael 8 31 30 8 14 29 12 21 6 13 27 16 19 20 12 29 8 25 19 6 12 4 35 8 17 675
17 Miguel Paludo (R) 4 25 27 12 27 28 35 13 8 21 15 14 4 19 3 31 22 8 10 25 27 18 16 9 32 651
18 Max Papis 12 15 18 10 23 13 25 22 15 11 20 27 18 11 19 26 14 18 20 28 29 10 18 14 21 643
19 Ryan Sieg 25 21 16 33 21 15 24 31 7 19 18 24 29 21 17 25 15 28 22 33 11 21 23 15 24 563
20 Clay Rogers 3 16 11 16 31 20 17 28 25 17 17 15 14 16 24 391
21 Johanna Long (R) 32 20 31 18 32 22 20 24 11 36 Wth 26 17 15 31 16 33 18 347
22 Norm Benning 36 27 26 27 DNQ 26 DNQ 33 35 31 26 25 31 24 20 DNQ DNQ 27 25 21 15 DNQ 29 DNQ 29 323
23 Justin Marks 24 18 24 21 25 10 9 20 17 35 28 21 28 292
24 Blake Feese 18 18 4 21 12 13 19 32 27 23 253
25 Travis Kvapil 29 36 17 20 20 23 11 10 12 10 252
26 Shane Sieg DNS 22 12 29 26 19 23 29 19 25 28 35 29 233
27 Craig Goess (R) 16 23 19 24 9 24 22 23 18 218
28 Brad Sweet 21 11 36 15 28 30 10 9 193
29 Dakoda Armstrong 21 21 24 20 9 17 25 172
30 Josh Richards 29 22 22 17 21 34 13 28 166
31 Mike Garvey 36 35 36 35 34 34 30 34 36 28 30 35 351 31 321 30 36 361 DNS 160
32 Steve Arpin 23 12 13 13 16 144
33 David Mayhew 29 3 3 131 7 135
34 Ross Chastain 10 19 22 16 27 126
35 Chris Fontaine 19 DNQ 18 18 33 27 271 25 124
36 Jack Smith 18 291 28 11 23 26 114
37 B. J. McLeod 35 20 301 26 23 27 21 112
38 Jeffrey Earnhardt (R) 7 19 20 34 34 106
39 Ty Dillon 18 3 6 105
40 Cale Gale 29 15 20 7 105
41 Dusty Davis (R) 26 21 25 Wth 15 89
42 Justin Johnson (R) 8 35 31 15 88
43 Brian Ickler 43 14 5 28 86
44 Jamie Dick DNQ 23 30 29 23 29 86
45 Wes Burton 33 23 23 24 73
46 Chase Mattioli (R) 33 34 28 33 24 68
47 Caleb Roark 19 24 22 67
48 Jeff Agnew 28 27 14 DNQ 63
49 Butch Miller 27 30 24 33 62
50 Colin Braun 9 19 60
51 Chris Jones 32 341 33 34 351 321 31 33 351 57
52 Grant Enfinger DNQ 12 20 56
53 Brent Raymer DNQ DNQ 29 36 32 361 26 DNS 53
54 Max Gresham 25 25 31 51
55 Clay Greenfield DNQ 271 30 DNQ 301 DNQ 22 30 50
56 Germán Quiroga 16 26 46
57 John King DNQ 28 32 27 46
58 Charles Vest 20 33 DNQ 35
59 Peyton Sellers 25 28 35
60 Brian Johnson, Jr. DNQ 27 26 35
61 Nick Hoffman 34 25 29
62 Chad McCumbee 35 DNQ 26 27
63 Todd Peck 31 271 Wth 31 26
64 Bobby Hamilton, Jr. 22 22
65 Ryan Hackett 22 22
66 Rick Crawford DNQ DNQ 24 20
67 Mike Skinner DNQ 24 20
68 Chris Cockrum 24 20
69 Austin Russell 26 18
70 Greg Pursley 28 16
71 Tayler Malsam DNQ DNQ 29 Wth 15
72 Ricky Moxley 30 14
73 Tyler Tanner 30 14
74 Matt Lofton 231 31 13
75 Stephan McCurley DNQ 32 12
76 Lance Fenton 32 12
77 Tommy Joe Martins 33 11
78 Brad Queen 34 10
79 Chris Lafferty DNQ 36 Wth 311 311 261 8
Wayne Edwards DNQ DNQ 311 0
Greg Seevers 321 0
John Borneman III 341 0
Chris Eggleston (R) DNQ DNQ 0
Derek White DNQ DNQ 0
Brennan Newberry Wth DNQ 0
Alli Owens DNQ 0
Frank Kimmel DNQ 0
Billy Keyes Wth 0
Pos Driver DAY PHO DAR MAR NSH DOV CLT KAN TEX KEN IOW NSH IRP POC MCH BRI ATL CHI NHA KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX HOM Points
Ineligible for Camping World Truck driver championship points
Kyle Busch 5 1* 2 1* 1* 1 6 1* 2 25 30 3 5 1* 9 33  –
Kevin Harvick 4 5 1* 1 1* 2 3 6 1* 3  –
Clint Bowyer 2 2* 1* 2*  –
Denny Hamlin 1* 2  –
Michael Waltrip 1  –
Kasey Kahne 1*  –
Mike Wallace 1*  –
Elliott Sadler 2 7 18 6 9 24 9 19 7  –
Ryan Newman 5  –
Jennifer Jo Cobb 6 DNQ 27 30 23 32 DNQ 23 29 35 20 18 DNQ 20 35  –
Mark Martin 7 14*  –
Kimi Räikkönen 15  –
Bryan Silas 19 26 22 21 26 28  –
Tim Andrews 21 DNQ  –
T. J. Bell2 31 22 31 32  –
Aric Almirola 22  –
Johnny Chapman 35 31 33 23 32 34 29 36  –
Jake Crum2 25 33 25  –
J. J. Yeley 34 32 31 30 28 36  –
Casey Roderick 29  –
Josh Wise 29  –
Mike Harmon 33 32 36 33 35 DNQ 30 33  –
James Hylton 30  –
Donnie Neuenberger 33 32  –
Dennis Setzer 36 33 34  –
Carl Long 33  –
J. R. Fitzpatrick 34  –
David Stremme 34  –
Bobby Santos III 34  –
T. J. Duke2 34  –
Patrick Sheltra 35  –
Scott Riggs 36  –
Tim George, Jr. DNQ  –
Pos Driver DAY PHO DAR MAR NSH DOV CLT KAN TEX KEN IOW NSH IRP POC MCH BRI ATL CHI NHA KEN LVS TAL MAR TEX HOM Points
  • 1 – Post entry, driver and owner did not score points.
  • 2 – Driver originally registered for Truck points; Bell switched to Sprint Cup after Charlotte, Crum switched to Nationwide after Kentucky, Duke switched to Nationwide after Martinsville.
  • 3 – Ickler was not registered for Truck points at Texas.
  • 4 - Hornaday Jr received a 25 point penalty for an infraction of his truck's rear gear.
  • 5 - Sauter suffered a 6 point penalty after failing post race inspection.

Manufacturer[edit]

Pos Manufacturer Wins Points
1 Chevrolet 15 193
2 Toyota 10 176
3 Dodge 0 101
4 Ford 0 77

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