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Trucks: Lofton wins at Charlotte

Keselowski had indeed been unsettled by Hornaday at the penultimate restart - not to mentioned coundly rear-ended by the veteran. He went over to Hornaday's pit box after the race to loudly make his displeasure known.

“I told him I take care of him all of the time and I respect him,” complained Keselowski. "[Instead] he decided to be a jackass and just run me over ... He shows me know no respect. Well, I'm not going to show him any respect from now on."

"I guess Brad is mad at me," shrugged Hornaday, who said that Keselowski had been to blame for the contact in the first place. "They stopped and played jackrabbit and somebody got into the back of me and I just had to go, too."

But nothing was taking the shine off the evening for Lofton, who was already elsewhere celebrating on victory lane.

With this win, Lofton moves into the lead of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship by one point over former leader Timothy Peters, who finished ninth on the night.

Full race, qualifying and practice details available, together with the latest championship standings.




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