Texas Roadhouse 200

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Texas Roadhouse 200
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Venue Martinsville Speedway
Location Ridgeway, Virginia, United States
Corporate sponsor Texas Roadhouse
Alpha Energy Solutions
First race 2003
Distance 105.2 miles (169.3 km)
Laps 200 (Stage 1: 50 Stage 2: 50 Stage 3: 100)
Previous names Advance Auto Parts 200 (2003)
Kroger 200 (2004–2015)
Texas Roadhouse 200 presented by Alpha Energy Solutions (2016–)
Most wins (driver) Denny Hamlin
Darrell Wallace Jr. (2)
Most wins (team) Kyle Busch Motorsports (5)
Most wins (manufacturer) Toyota (10)
Circuit information
Surface Asphalt
Concrete (turns)
Length 0.526 mi (0.847 km)
Turns 4

The Texas Roadhouse 200 presented by Alpha Energy Solutions is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race that takes place in the fall at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. It was first run in 2003, the first fall race at Martinsville since the Kroger 250 changed to a spring date in 1999. Starting in 2010, the winner of the 200 lap race would get a grandfather clock, whereas in the past it was only given to the winner of the 250 lap event.[1]

In 2013, Darrell Wallace Jr. became the first African American to win a NASCAR national race since 1963 when he won the event.[2]

Past winners[edit]

Year Date No. Driver Team Manufacturer Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
2003 October 18 50 Jon Wood Roush Racing Ford 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:27:35 72.069
2004 October 23 2 Jamie McMurray Ultra Motorsports Dodge 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:43:47 60.819
2005 October 22 99 Ricky Craven Roush Racing Ford 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:38:07 64.332
2006 October 21 60 Jack Sprague Wyler Racing Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:44:54 60.172
2007 October 20 5 Mike Skinner Bill Davis Racing Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:45:58 59.566
2008 October 18 23 Johnny Benson, Jr. Bill Davis Racing Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:32:32 68.213
2009 October 24 1 Timothy Peters Premier Racing Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:31:04 69.312
2010 October 23 33 Ron Hornaday, Jr. Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet 206* 108.356 (174.382) 1:42:37 63.356
2011 October 29 18 Denny Hamlin Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:35:49 65.876
2012 October 27 51 Denny Hamlin Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:30:42 69.579
2013 October 26 54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:34:47 66.594
2014 October 25 34 Darrell Wallace Jr. Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:44:20 60.498
2015 October 31 88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:44:08 60.615
2016 October 29 21 Johnny Sauter GMS Racing Chevrolet 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:25:29 73.839
2017 October 28 18 Noah Gragson Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota 200 105.2 (169.302) 1:32:55 67.932

Multiple winners (drivers)[edit]

# Wins Driver Years Won
2 Denny Hamlin 2011, 2012
Darrell Wallace Jr. 2013, 2014

Multiple winners (teams)[edit]

# Wins Team Years Won
5 Kyle Busch Motorsports 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017
2 Roush Racing 2003, 2005
Bill Davis Racing 2007, 2008

Manufacturer wins[edit]

# Wins Make Years Won
10 Japan Toyota 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
2 United States Ford 2003, 2005
United States Chevrolet 2010, 2016
1 United States Dodge 2004

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sordelett, Damien (October 23, 2010). "Hornaday finally conquers Martinsville, wins Grandfather Clock". WSLS-TV. Roanoke, VA. Retrieved 2013-10-26. 
  2. ^ Ryan, Nate (October 26, 2013). "Darrell Wallace Jr. makes NASCAR history with victory". USA Today. McLean, VA. Retrieved 2013-10-26. 


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