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Matt Crafton took full advantage of the absence of Cup and Nationwide drivers to lay claim to his second career victory in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Iowa Speedway.
Matt Crafton won Saturday night's Coca-Cola 200 presented by Hy-Vee Camping World Truck Series race at the 0.875 mile tri-oval Iowa Speedway, his second victory in the series some 79 race starts apart.

Crafton started in 11th and ran in the top ten for the whole evening, taking the lead on lap 161 after the final round of pit stops under caution. Austin Dillon had looked the stand-out performer of the evening until then and duly gave chase for the lead, briefly taking the top spot for a solitary lap on 188, before Crafton was able to wrest back control from then until the chequered flag.

"I saw him back there," Crafton said of Dillon, "and I thought 'Oh boy, I'm going to have to work for this one.' I knew he had a fast truck and I knew I was going to have to save mine to race with him at the end."

"We were fastest all night, but they just made the right call in the end," said Dillon of the winning team.

David Mayhew finished in third place, having earlier laid claim to his first Truck series career pole position in only his sixth start with a lap of 23.080s (136.482mph) putting him on the front row alongside Joey Coulter, who went on to finish fifth. Mayhew delivered the second pole of the season for his team, Kevin Harvick Inc.

Johnny Sauter takes the Truck series points lead after finishing in fourth at Iowa. He leads Dillon by 22pts and Cole Whitt - who finished in sixth - by 26pts.

The field was unusually devoid of Cup and nationwide drivers as those drivers were all competing at New Hampshire Speedway in Loudon on the East Coast this weekend and therefore too far away to do any double- or even triple-duty.

Race results

The Coca-Cola 200 presented by Hy-Vee was held on Saturday evening from 8pm ET at Iowa Speedway.

1. #88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 200 laps Running (47/4 pts)
2. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 200 laps Running (44/2 pts)
3. #2 David Mayhew Chevrolet 200 laps Running (42/1 pts)
4. #13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 200 laps Running (41/1 pts)
5. #22 Joey Coulter * Chevrolet 200 laps Running (39/0 pts)
6. #60 Cole Whitt * Chevrolet 200 laps Running (38/0 pts)
7. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 200 laps Running (37/0 pts)
8. #8 Nelson Piquet Jr. * Chevrolet 200 laps Running (36/0 pts)
9. #81 David Starr Toyota 200 laps Running (35/0 pts)
10. #5 Todd Bodine Toyota 200 laps Running (35/1 pts)
11. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 200 laps Running (33/0 pts)
12. #46 Justin Lofton Toyota 200 laps Running (32/0 pts)
13. #32 Steve Arpin Chevrolet 200 laps Running (31/0 pts)
14. #18 Brian Ickler Toyota 200 laps Running (30/0 pts)
15. #7 Miguel Paludo * Toyota 200 laps Running (29/0 pts)
16. #62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota 200 laps Running (28/0 pts)
17. #92 Clay Rogers Chevrolet 200 laps Running (27/0 pts)
18. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 200 laps Running (26/0 pts)
19. #33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 199 laps Running (25/0 pts)
20. #9 Max Papis Toyota 198 laps Running (24/0 pts)
21. #98 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 198 laps Running (23/0 pts)
22. #29 Parker Kligerman * Dodge 198 laps Running (22/0 pts)
23. #102 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 196 laps Running (21/0 pts)
24. #07 Caleb Roark Chevrolet 194 laps Running (20/0 pts)
25. #23 Jason White Chevrolet 190 laps Running (19/0 pts)
26. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 183 laps Running (18/0 pts)
27. #4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet 152 laps Accident (17/0 pts)
28. #66 Justin Marks Chevrolet 101 laps Accident (15/0 pts)
29. #63 Jack Smith Ford 86 laps Accident (0pts)
30. #93 Mike Garvey Chevrolet 46 laps Brakes (14/0 pts)
31. #296 Todd Peck Chevrolet 34 laps Brakes (13/0 pts)
32. #175 Greg Seevers Chevrolet 3 laps Overheating (0pts)

Qualifying times

Qualifying took place on Saturday afternoon from 2.35pm local time.

1. #2 David Mayhew Chevrolet 23.080s (Leader) 136.482mph
2. #22 Joey Coulter* Chevrolet 23.237s (-0.157) 135.560mph
3. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 23.266s (-0.186) 135.391mph
4. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 23.302s (-0.222) 135.182mph
5. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 23.306s (-0.226) 135.158mph
6. #13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 23.324s (-0.244) 135.054mph
7. #18 Brian Ickler Toyota 23.338s (-0.258) 134.973mph
8. #29 Parker Kligerman* Dodge 23.352s (-0.272) 134.892mph
9. #46 Justin Lofton Toyota 23.362s (-0.282) 134.834mph
10. #8 Nelson Piquet Jr.* Chevrolet 23.384s (-0.304) 134.707mph
11. #88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 23.390s (-0.310) 134.673mph
12. #7 Miguel Paludo* Toyota 23.433s (-0.353) 134.426mph
13. #32 Steve Arpin Chevrolet 23.449s (-0.369) 134.334mph
14. #60 Cole Whitt* Chevrolet 23.480s (-0.400) 134.157mph
15. #66 Justin Marks Chevrolet 23.485s (-0.405) 134.128mph
16. #23 Jason White Chevrolet 23.501s (-0.421) 134.037mph
17. #9 Max Papis Toyota 23.508s (-0.428) 133.997mph
18. #33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 23.614s (-0.534) 133.395mph
19. #62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota 23.628s (-0.548) 133.316mph
20. #92 Clay Rogers Chevrolet 23.688s (-0.608) 132.979mph
21. #5 Todd Bodine Toyota 23.774s (-0.694) 132.498mph
22. #4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet 23.807s (-0.727) 132.314mph
23. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 23.948s (-0.868) 131.535mph
24. #63 Jack Smith Ford 24.004s (-0.924) 131.228mph
25. #98 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 24.020s (-0.940) 131.141mph
26. #93 Mike Garvey Chevrolet 24.126s (-1.046) 130.565mph
27. #102 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 24.382s (-1.302) 129.194mph
28. #07 Caleb Roark Chevrolet 24.544s (-1.464) 128.341mph
29. #296 Todd Peck Chevrolet 25.345s (-2.265) 124.285mph
30. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 25.382s (-2.302) 124.104mph
31. #175 Greg Seevers Chevrolet 32.187s (-9.107) 97.866mph
32. #81 David Starr Toyota 33.422s (-10.342) 94.249mph

* Denotes Rookie



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David Mayhew, driver of the #2 MMI Chevrolet, poses after winning the pole position, for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Coca Cola 200 presented by Hy-Vee at Iowa Speedway on July 16 in Newton, Ia. [Picture Credit: Jason Smith/Getty Images]
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