2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

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2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
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Johnny Sauter, the series champion

The 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was the 22nd season of the Camping World Truck Series, the third highest stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in North America. It was contested over twenty-three races, beginning with the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway and ending with the Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Johnny Sauter of GMS Racing won the driver's championship with three victories. Toyota won the manufacturer's championship with 14 wins and 32 points over Chevrolet. This was Ram Trucks' final year in the Truck Series.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Complete schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver(s) Crew Chief
Chevrolet Athenian Motorsports 05 John Wes Townley 18 [1] Michael Shelton 4
James Villenueve 19
Parker Kligerman 1
Brady Boswell 2
Cody Coughlin (R) 1
Dylan Lupton 1
GMS Racing 21 Johnny Sauter[2] Marcus Richmond 6
Joe Shear Jr. 17
23 Spencer Gallagher Jeff Hensley
33 Grant Enfinger (R) 2 Jeff Stankiewicz 6
Marcus Richmond 1
Joey Cohen 16
Kaz Grala 2[3]
Ben Kennedy 19
Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb 8 Steve Kuykendall 9
Austin Zivich 10
Danny Gill 1
Claire Decker 2
Caleb Roark 8
Cody McMahan 1
Clay Greenfield 1
Brad Foy 1
Ryan Ellis 1
Tommy Regan 1
JR Motorsports 00 Cole Custer (R) Joe Shear Jr. 6
Dave McCarty 1
Marcus Richmond 16
49 Nick Drake 2 Dave McCarty
Premium Motorsports Timmy Hill 6 Wayne Edwards 1
Jeff Spraker 6
Jay Robinson 2
Ben Leslie 1
Scott Eggleston 1
Rob Winfield 1
Wayne Edwards 3
Spencer Boyd 1
Reed Sorenson 6
D. J. Kennington 2
Josh Wise 1
Rick Ware Racing Bryce Napier 2
MAKE Motorsports 50 Travis Kvapil 21 Jeff Barnes 3
Daniel Sowers 2
Brian Lear 18
Ryan Ellis 1
Spencer Boyd 1
Martins Motorsports 44 Tommy Joe Martins 22 Kevin Eagle
J. R. Heffner 1
AM Racing 1 Austin Wayne Self (R) 1
NEMCO Motorsports 8 John Hunter Nemechek Gere Kennon Jr.
Ford Brad Keselowski Racing 19 Daniel Hemric[4] Chad Kendrick
29 Tyler Reddick Doug Randolph
Toyota AM Racing 22 Austin Wayne Self (R) 21 Marc Browning 9
Rick Ren II 13
Bill Henderson 1
Justin Fontaine 1
Myatt Snider 1
Kyle Busch Motorsports 4 Christopher Bell (R) Jerry Baxter
9 William Byron (R)[5] Rudy Fugle
51 Daniel Suárez 14 Kevin Manion
Cody Coughlin (R) 7
Erik Jones 1
Gary Klutt 1
Red Horse Racing 11 Ben Kennedy 3 Scott Zipadelli 22
Butch Hylton 1
Matt Tifft (R) 10
Germán Quiroga 3
Brett Moffitt 6
Jake Griffin 1
17 Timothy Peters Shane Huffman
ThorSport Racing 13 Cameron Hayley Eddie Troconis
41 Ben Rhodes (R)[6] Kevin Bellicourt
88 Matt Crafton Carl Joiner Jr.
98 Rico Abreu (R) Doug George 18
Bud Haefele 5
Chevrolet Bolen Motorsports 66 Jordan Anderson 19 Paul Clapprood
Ross Chastain 1
Mike Harmon Racing Tim Viens 1
Josh Reeves 1
Toyota AM Racing Austin Wayne Self (R) 1
Chevrolet Ranier Racing with MDM 71 Brandon Jones 5 Tim Andrews 7
Bobby Gill 4
Carlos Contreras 1
Ken Evans 1
Josh Stenberg 1
Wade Lear 1
Jerry Babb 3
Thomas Bear 2
Austin Dillon 1
Contreras Motorsports Carlos Contreras 5
Mike Bliss 2
Enrique Contreras III 2
Camden Murphy 1
Josh Berry 1
Alon Day 2
Brandon Hightower 1
Chase Elliott 1
MB Motorsports Kevin Donahue 1
Toyota Contreras Motorsports Ken Schrader 1 Donnie Richeson
RAM Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing 1 Clay Greenfield 1 Steve Kuykendall
Chevrolet Jennifer Jo Cobb 12
Josh White 1 Daniel Sowers 5
Joe Lax 1
David Adams Jr. 2
Austin Zivich 1
FDNY Racing Andy Seuss 1
MAKE Motorsports David Levine 1
Travis Kvapil 2
Ryan Ellis 2
Caleb Roark 1
Rick Ware Racing Bryce Napier 1
Ford Austin Hill Racing Austin Hill 1
Chevrolet Norm Benning Racing 63 Norm Benning 8 Brian Poff
MB Motorsports Reed Sorenson 1 Tripp Bruce 8
Michael Mittler 5
Rick Ren II 2
Garrett Smithley 1
Bobby Pierce 4
Mike Bliss 1
Jake Griffin 3
Jesse Little 1
Akinori Ogata 1
Ryan Ellis 1
Kyle Donahue 1
RAM Spencer Boyd 1
Chevrolet 07 Kevin Donahue 1 Jason Miller 3
Jamie Jones 1
Ken Evans 16
Keith Wolfe 2
Peck Motorsports Todd Peck 3
SS-Green Light Racing Michel Disdier 1
J. J. Yeley 1
B. J. McLeod 1
C. J. Faison 1
Garrett Smithley 2
Ryan Lynch 1
Casey Smith 1
Sheldon Creed 1
Matt Mills 4
Cody Ware 2
Ray Black Jr. 1
Young's Motorsports Patrick Staropoli 1
Toyota Win-Tron Racing Shane Lee 2
Chevrolet Young's Motorsports 02 Tyler Young 14 Andrew Abbott
Derek Scott Jr. 1
Dylan Lupton 1
Austin Theriault 1
Scott Lagasse Jr. 1
Ford Austin Hill Racing Austin Hill 4
Rette Jones Racing Dominique Van Wieringen 1

Limited schedule[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver(s) Crew Chief Rounds
Chevrolet Bill Martel Racing 59 Kyle Martel Bill Martel 1
Bobby Gerhart Racing[7] 36 Bobby Gerhart Brian Keselowski 2
B. J. McLeod Motorsports 78 Tommy Regan Kevyn Rebolledo 1
Brandonbilt Motorsports 86 Brandon Brown Adam Brenner 12
MAKE Motorsports 1
Mike Harmon Racing Tim Viens Mike Harmon 1
Clay Greenfield Motorsports 68 Clay Greenfield Danny Gill 1
Empire Racing 82 Sean Corr Wesley Gonder 1
FDNY Racing 28 Ryan Ellis Dick Rahilly 2
Kyle Soper 1
GMS Racing 24 Kyle Larson Joey Cohen 3
Jeff Stankiewicz 19
3
Clint Bowyer 1
Ben Kennedy 1
Kaz Grala 7
Grant Enfinger (R) 5
Shane Lee 1
Halmar Racing 16 Stewart Friesen Harold Holly 6
Niece Motorsports 45 Casey Smith J. R. Norris 2
Norm Benning Racing 6 Norm Benning Brian Poff 8
Sean Corr Dan Sheffer 1
Ryan Ellis 1
NTS Motorsports 14 Scott Lagasse Jr. Rick Ren II 1
MAKE Motorsports Natalie Decker Daniel Sowers 1
Ford Austin Hill Racing 20 Austin Hill Doug Chouinard 6
Brad Keselowski Racing 2 Austin Theriault Buddy Sisco 2
Austin Cindric Greg Erwin 5
Empire Racing 43 Austin Hill Mike Cheek 1
Korbin Forrister 1
Jacob Wallace Racing 80 Justin Shipley Wayne Hansard 1
Lira Motorsports 58 Ryan Reed Teddy Brown 1
59 Korbin Forrister Bryan Quanz 1
Teddy Brown 1
2
RBR Enterprises 92 Parker Kligerman Mike Hester 10
Cole Whitt 1
Grant Enfinger 1
Toyota Glenden Enterprises 78 Chris Fontaine Kevin Ingram 4
Hattori Racing Enterprises 81 Ryan Truex John Monsam 3
Richie Wauters 2
J. R. Norris 3
Adam Crigger 1
15
Jesse Little 1
Rette Jones Racing 1
30 Mark Rette 1
JJL Motorsports 97 Matt Noyce 2
Kyle Busch Motorsports 18 Cody Coughlin (R) Wes Ward 1
Kyle Busch 4
Harrison Burton 1
Wauters Motorsports Noah Gragson Richie Wauters 2
5 Korbin Forrister 1
Chevrolet 2
Toyota 2
Braun Motorsports 32 Justin Marks Shannon Rursch 1
Justin Haley 3
Chevrolet 2
Toyota 5
Henderson Motorsports 75 Caleb Holman Chris Carrier 6
Parker Kligerman 1
Chevrolet 7
Ram 1
Mike Harmon Racing 74 Mike Harmon Carl Brown 2
Mike Harmon 1
Kris Bradley 1
Robert Scott 1
4
Tim Viens 2
Paige Decker 1
Jordan Anderson 1
Chevrolet 1
Ram 1
Faith Motorsports[8] Donnie Levister Carlos Contreras 1
Todd Myers 1
2
Toyota 62 Carlos Contreras 2

Changes[edit]

Teams[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Crew chiefs[edit]

Rule changes[edit]

The 2016 Camping World Truck Series season introduced several major changes:

  • A "caution clock" rule was in effect during all races, excluding the Eldora Dirt Derby due to its format. Under this system, a competition caution was thrown after twenty consecutive minutes of green flag racing. No free pass was awarded on these cautions, and the clock is reset upon all restarts. The clock was turned off during the final laps of the race (10 on Pocono and Mosport, 20 on all other tracks).[11] The caution clock rule was replaced the following year with a new stage system, adopted by all three of NASCAR's national series.[12]
  • A playoff format similar to the Chase for the Cup used in the Sprint Cup Series was adopted.[13]
  • Truck Series director Elton Sawyer also announced the availability of crate engines, known as the "Delta Engine", for teams to use starting with the Charlotte race.[14]

Schedule[edit]

The Careers for Veterans 200 at Michigan International Speedway in August

FS1 televised every race except Talladega, which aired on Fox. Due to programming overrun, coverage of Iowa started on Fox Business Network, while Michigan aired on FS2.

No Race title Track Date
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach February 19
2 Great Clips 200 Atlanta Motor Speedway, Hampton February 27
3 Alpha Energy Solutions 250 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville April 2
4 Toyota Tundra 250 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City May 6
5 Jacob Companies 200 Dover International Speedway, Dover May 13
6 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord May 212
7 Rattlesnake 400 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth June 10
8 Speediatrics 200 Iowa Speedway, Newton June 18
9 Drivin' for Linemen 200 Gateway Motorsports Park, Madison June 25
10 Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 Kentucky Speedway, Sparta July 7
11 Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby Eldora Speedway, New Weston July 20
12 Pocono Mountains 150 Pocono Raceway, Long Pond July 30
13 UNOH 200 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol August 17
14 Careers for Veterans 200 Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn August 27
15 Chevrolet Silverado 250 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville, Ontario September 4
16 American Ethanol E15 225 Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet September 16
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase
Round of 8
17 UNOH 175 New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon September 24
18 DC Solar 350 Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas October 1
19 Fred's 250 Talladega Superspeedway, Talladega October 22
Round of 6
20 Texas Roadhouse 200 Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville October 29
21 Striping Technology 350 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth November 4
22 Lucas Oil 150 Phoenix International Raceway, Avondale November 11
Championship 4
23 Ford EcoBoost 200 Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead November 18

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer
1 NextEra Energy Resources 250 Grant Enfinger Austin Theriault Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
2 Great Clips 200 Matt Crafton Matt Crafton John Hunter Nemechek Chevrolet
3 Alpha Energy Solutions 250 Ben Rhodes Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
4 Toyota Tundra 250 John Wes Townley Matt Crafton William Byron Toyota
5 Jacob Companies 200 William Byron William Byron Matt Crafton Toyota
6 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 William Byron Matt Crafton Matt Crafton Toyota
7 Rattlesnake 400 Johnny Sauter Matt Crafton William Byron Toyota
8 Speediatrics 200 John Hunter Nemechek William Byron William Byron Toyota
9 Drivin' for Linemen 200 Ben Rhodes William Byron Christopher Bell Toyota
10 Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 Daniel Suárez William Byron William Byron Toyota
11 Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby Caleb Holman Bobby Pierce Kyle Larson Chevrolet
12 Pocono Mountains 150 William Byron William Byron William Byron Toyota
13 UNOH 200 Tyler Reddick Christopher Bell Ben Kennedy Chevrolet
14 Careers for Veterans 200 John Wes Townley Timothy Peters Brett Moffitt Toyota
15 Chevrolet Silverado 250 Cole Custer Cole Custer John Hunter Nemechek Chevrolet
16 American Ethanol E15 225 Spencer Gallagher Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Toyota
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase
Round of 8
17 UNOH 175 William Byron William Byron William Byron Toyota
18 DC Solar 350 Timothy Peters Tyler Reddick Tyler Reddick Ford
19 Fred's 250 Cole Custer Grant Enfinger Grant Enfinger Chevrolet
Round of 6
20 Texas Roadhouse 200 Chase Elliott Chase Elliott Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
21 Striping Technology 350 Spencer Gallagher Spencer Gallagher Johnny Sauter Chevrolet
22 Lucas Oil 150 William Byron William Byron Daniel Suárez Toyota
Championship 4
23 Ford EcoBoost 200 William Byron Kyle Larson William Byron Toyota

Drivers' Championship[edit]

(keyBold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results or 2015 Owner's points. * – Most laps led.
. – Eliminated after Round of 8 . – Eliminated after Round of 6

Pos. Driver DAY ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD POC BRI MCH MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts
1 Johnny Sauter 1 28 32 16 4 3 3 10 4 5 13 8 5 9 7 5 10 7 7 1 1 2 3 4030
2 Matt Crafton 10 30* 7 2* 1 1* 2* 8 27 8 10 12 32 7 4 27 3 8 22 17 2 3 7 4026
3 Christopher Bell (R) 16 26 19 4 3 8 32 9 1 4 2 10 7* 24 5 4 2 6 6 4 11 7 8 4025
4 Timothy Peters 15 3 5 8 14 7 6 11 10 9 27 4 13 2* 18 8 5 9 3 5 14 5 9 4024
Chase for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series cut-off
Pos. Driver DAY ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD POC BRI MCH MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM
5 William Byron (R) 13 32 3 1 11* 10 1 1* 17* 1* 14 1* 4 4 10 30 1* 5 10 8 6 27* 1 2199
6 Daniel Hemric 8 4 22 3 9 9 10 15 3 3 8 22 3 3 3 2 28 2 11 9 3 13 5 2163
7 Ben Kennedy 23 15 11 9 13 14 4 7 9 22 11 7 1 11 8 26 11 4 5 18 13 9 14 2162
8 John Hunter Nemechek 17 1 2 28 15 12 7 12 6 2 24 9 8 26 1 14 9 16 32 3 18 6 11 2133
9 Tyler Reddick 18 14 20 13 7 4 5 5 25 10 5 26 14 19 6 10 4 1* 26 13 4 12 2 511
10 Cole Custer (R) 24 17 29 7 5 13 14 2 15 14 6 5 6 22 2* 9 6 3 29 7 9 10 10 502
11 Cameron Hayley 25 2 9 19 19 15 18 3 24 6 7 2 24 5 9 3 19 18 19 11 10 4 16 476
12 Spencer Gallagher 21 10 6 10 6 6 27 13 22 16 29 15 12 25 22 7 14 11 2 29 7* 32 21 402
13 Rico Abreu (R) 29 11 10 22 22 20 9 18 14 15 3 6 26 13 27 19 17 20 4 24 12 11 13 395
14 Ben Rhodes (R) 7 6 16 18 28 17 11 4 2 13 23 11 30 6 30 25 15 12 24 19 15 14 20 387
15 Austin Wayne Self (R) 19 16 15 25 32 21 13 16 28 27 9 25 21 16 15 17 29 21 14 22 22 25 279
16 Travis Kvapil 5 23 DNQ 20 23 30 24 27 12 25 17 16 25 18 25 21 18 24 13 27 27 23 27 257
17 John Wes Townley 26 7 21 26 29 16 17 19 23 29 10 12 12 20 12 13 28 21 255
18 Ryan Truex 2 20 12 6 8 22 26 23 21 15 16 8 14 21 32 250
19 Tyler Young 6 13 13 11 21 19 21 13 20 10 28 16 23 26 222
20 Jordan Anderson 30 DNQ DNQ 29 18 24 22 20 11 17 32 14 16 14 13 23 22 25 29 24 212
21 Matt Tifft (R) 14 12 5 12 15 9 16 17 8 12 211
22 Grant Enfinger (R) 20 5 12 8 6 10 1* 23 185
23 Tommy Joe Martins 32 25 QL 32 24 25 25 30 18 26 17 31 15 19 24 21 22 16 25 31 30 DNQ 176
24 Parker Kligerman 3 8 8 31 27 18 20 31 19 20 14 DNQ 164
25 Brandon Brown 4 19 14 12 31 26 24 32 20 22 24 23 25 153
26 Austin Hill DNQ 12 17 DNQ 15 18 31 19 30 10 19 17 142
27 Brett Moffitt 31 3 2 1 16 8 141
28 Kaz Grala 31 10 29 8 11 26 7 15 28 132
29 Cody Coughlin (R) 31 27 12 19 13 20 20 17 31 28 113
30 Jennifer Jo Cobb DNQ 29 24 30 28 DNQ 28 29 24 26 28 17 24 22 25 27 DNQ 30 24 DNQ 113
31 Germán Quiroga 8 14 7 70
32 Caleb Holman 9 DNQ 16 26 30 15 69
33 Stewart Friesen 28 22 13 19 18 29 69
34 Timmy Hill 14 21 24 21 31 23 65
35 Jesse Little DNQ 19 17 29 20 18 62
36 Austin Cindric DNQ 18 23 20 15 56
37 Norm Benning DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 28 DNQ 23 27 20 31 26 32 26 DNQ 51
38 Shane Lee 17 16 16 50
39 Jake Griffin 21 30 4 DNQ 44
40 Noah Gragson 16 15 35
41 Bobby Pierce 23 26 27 25* 33
42 Matt Mills 27 23 29 21 32
43 Wayne Edwards 23 18 28 30
44 Nick Drake 16 23 27
45 Brady Boswell 21 19 26
46 Mike Bliss 30 17 28 24
47 Justin Haley 26 21 29 23
48 Bryce Napier 23 28 25 23
49 Michel Disdier 11 22
50 Gary Klutt 11 22
51 Spencer Boyd 28 19 30 22
52 Ken Schrader 12 21
53 Austin Theriault 27* DNQ 20 21
54 Casey Smith 22 DNQ 23 21
55 Chris Fontaine 22 DNQ DNQ 23 21
56 J. R. Heffner 15 18
57 Enrique Contreras III 20 28 18
58 Sheldon Creed 16 17
59 Carlos Contreras DNQ 27 31 27 30 17
60 Myatt Snider 17 16
61 Kevin Donahue 30 20 16
62 Alon Day 24 26 16
63 Timothy Viens 29 26 29 15
64 Kyle Martel 19 14
65 Caleb Roark 31 32 DNQ 32 30 32 32 32 31 12
66 Harrison Burton 22 11
67 C. J. Faison 25 8
68 Derek Scott Jr. 25 8
69 Ryan Lynch 26 7
70 Justin Fontaine 26 7
71 Korbin Forrister DNQ DNQ DNQ 27 6
72 Josh Reeves 28 5
73 Justin Shipley 31 2
74 Akinori Ogata 31 2
75 Kyle Donahue 31 2
76 Dominique Van Wieringen 31 2
77 Patrick Staropoli 31 2
78 Andy Seuss 32 1
79 Josh White 32 1
Sean Corr DNQ 301 0
Clay Greenfield DNQ DNQ DNQ 0
Donnie Levister DNQ Wth Wth DNQ 0
Tommy Regan DNQ DNQ 0
David Levine DNQ 0
Natalie Decker DNQ 0
Cody McMahan DNQ 0
Brad Foy DNQ 0
Kyle Soper DNQ 0
Ineligible for Camping World Truck championship points
Pos. Driver DAY ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD POC BRI MCH MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts
Kyle Busch 1* 2 30 1*
Daniel Suárez 28 31 18 2 23 6 11 29 11 6 5 1 6
Kyle Larson 4 1 4*
Chase Elliott 2*
Clint Bowyer 5
Erik Jones 5
Brandon Jones 20 11 17 7 9
Austin Dillon 8
Scott Lagasse Jr. 9 22
Bobby Gerhart 12 17
Dylan Lupton 12 19
Cole Whitt 12
Josh Berry 13
D. J. Kennington 14 23
B. J. McLeod 15
Ross Chastain 15
Cody Ware 17 21
Reed Sorenson DNQ 18 21 28 18 24 28
Garrett Smithley 18 29 21
Ray Black Jr. 18
Ryan Ellis DNQ DNQ 30 30 20 311 DNQ DNQ
Todd Peck 21 29 25
Justin Marks 22
J. J. Yeley 24
Paige Decker 25
Claire Decker 27 32
Josh Wise 27
Mike Harmon DNQ DNQ 291 DNQ
Brandon Hightower 30
Camden Murphy 31
Ryan Reed DNQ
Pos. Driver DAY ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD POC BRI MCH MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Pts
1 Post entry, driver and owner did not score points.

Owners' championship (Top 15)[edit]

(key) Bold - Pole position awarded by time. Italics - Pole position set by final practice results or rainout. * – Most laps led.
. – Eliminated after Round of 8 . – Eliminated after Round of 6

Pos. No. Car Owner DAY ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD POC BRI MCH MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points
1 9 Kyle Busch 13 32 3 1 11* 10 1 1* 17* 1* 14 1* 4 4 10 30 1* 5 10 8 6 27* 1 4032
2 21 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 1 28 32 16 4 3 3 10 4 5 13 8 5 9 7 5 10 7 7 1 1 2 3 4030
3 88 Rhonda Thorson 10 30* 7 2* 1 1* 2* 8 27 8 10 12 32 7 4 27 3 8 22 17 2 3 7 4026
4 4 Kyle Busch 16 26 19 4 3 8 32 9 1 4 2 10 7* 24 5 4 2 6 6 4 11 7 8 4025
Chase for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series cut-off
5 19 Brad Keselowski 8 4 22 3 9 9 10 15 3 3 8 22 3 3 3 2 28 2 11 9 3 13 5 2163
6 33 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 20 5 31 9 10 14 4 7 9 22 11 7 1 11 8 26 11 4 5 18 13 9 14 2162
7 11 Tom Deloach 23 15 11 14 12 5 8 14 7 31 4 3 2 1 16 12 8 15 9 16 17 8 12 2150
8 8 Joe Nemechek 17 1 2 28 15 12 7 12 6 2 24 9 8 26 1 14 9 16 32 3 18 6 11 2133
9 17 Tom Deloach 15 3 5 8 14 7 6 11 10 9 27 4 13 2* 18 8 5 9 3 5 14 5 9 558
10 29 Brad Keselowski 18 14 20 13 7 4 5 5 25 10 5 26 14 19 6 10 4 1* 26 13 4 12 2 511
11 00 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 24 17 29 7 5 13 14 2 15 14 6 5 6 22 2* 9 6 3 29 7 9 10 10 502
12 13 Duke Thorson 25 2 9 19 19 15 18 3 24 6 7 2 24 5 9 3 19 18 19 11 10 4 16 476
13 51 Kyle Busch 28 31 18 27 2 23 12 6 5 11 19 13 29 20 11 11 20 17 31 6 5 1 6 406
14 24 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 4 5 13 29 8 12 1 11 8 26 6 7 10 1* 15 16 26 4* 402
15 23 Maurice Gallagher Jr. 21 10 6 10 6 6 27 13 22 16 29 15 12 25 22 7 14 11 2 29 7* 32 21 402
Pos. No. Car Owner DAY ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD POC BRI MCH MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM Points

Manufacturers' championship[edit]

Pos Manufacturer Wins Points
1 Toyota 14 787
2 Chevrolet 8 732
3 Ford 1 647
4 Ram3 0 8

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • ^1 Tommy Joe Martins qualified the No. 44 truck for the race, but crashed in qualifying. He contacted Austin Wayne Self and the No. 22 team, who initially didn't make the race, to run with the No. 44 but in Self's (Toyota) truck.
  • ^2 The race at Charlotte Motor Speedway was postponed from May 20 to May 21 because of inclement weather.[15]
  • ^3 Because of chassis and body regulations, Ram is only eligible to race at circuits 1.25 miles or shorter (except Dover) and road courses that use the previous-generation body. Fiat last submitted a truck in the 2012 season, before the current generation body used at longer tracks was used.[citation needed]

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