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Kevin Harvick claimed victory in the Camping World Truck Series VFW 200, holding off Timothy Peters in a green-white-chequered finish at Michigan International Speedway.
Kevin Harvick claimed his 11th Camping World Truck Series victory in 111 starts, and winning his second Truck Series race in a row, after triumphing in a brief green-white-chequered restart at the end of the VFW 200 on the two-mile Michigan International Speedway.

Timothy Peters finished in second place ahead of Miguel Paludo and James Buescher. Former F1 driver Nelson Piquet Jr crashed on the penultimate lap to finish in 16th, and Max Papis finished six laps down in 19th.

Race results

1. #2 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 102 laps Running (0pts)
2. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 102 laps Running (42/0 pts)
3. #7 Miguel Paludo * Toyota 102 laps Running (42/1 pts)
4. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 102 laps Running (40/0 pts)
5. #81 David Starr Toyota 102 laps Running (39/0 pts)
6. #23 Jason White Chevrolet 102 laps Running (38/0 pts)
7. #33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 102 laps Running (37/0 pts)
8. #62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota 102 laps Running (36/0 pts)
9. #51 Colin Braun Ford 102 laps Running (35/0 pts)
10. #60 Cole Whitt * Chevrolet 102 laps Running (34/0 pts)
11. #5 Todd Bodine Toyota 102 laps Running (33/0 pts)
12. #4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet 102 laps Running (33/1 pts)
13. #13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 102 laps Running (32/1 pts)
14. #32 Mark Martin Chevrolet 102 laps Running (0pts)
15. #6 Justin Lofton Toyota 102 laps Running (30/1 pts)
16. #8 Nelson Piquet Jr. * Chevrolet 101 laps Running (28/0 pts)
17. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 100 laps Running (27/0 pts)
18. #22 Joey Coulter * Chevrolet 100 laps Running (27/1 pts)
19. #9 Max Papis Toyota 96 laps Running (25/0 pts)
20. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 93 laps Running (24/0 pts)
21. #88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 91 laps Accident (24/1 pts)
22. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 90 laps Accident (23/1 pts)
23. #29 Parker Kligerman * Dodge 89 laps Accident (21/0 pts)
24. #98 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 89 laps Accident (20/0 pts)
25. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 63 laps Radiator (0pts)
26. #189 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 18 laps Rear Gear (0pts)
27. #07 Butch Miller Chevrolet 11 laps Transmission (17/0 pts)
28. #66 Peyton Sellers Chevrolet 10 laps Overheating (16/0 pts)
29. #93 Casey Roderick Chevrolet 6 laps Clutch (0pts)
30. #138 Mike Garvey Chevrolet 4 laps Transmission (14/0 pts)
31. #175 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 4 laps Rear Gear (0pts)
32. #174 Mike Harmon Ford 2 laps Handling (0pts)
33. #87 Chris Jones Chevrolet 0 laps Engine (11/0 pts)

Qualifying

1. #88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 40.566s (Leader) 177.489mph
2. #5 Todd Bodine Toyota 40.612s (-0.046) 177.288mph
3. #33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet 40.629s (-0.063) 177.213mph
4. #32 Mark Martin Chevrolet 40.638s (-0.072) 177.174mph
5. #29 Parker Kligerman* Dodge 40.684s (-0.118) 176.974mph
6. #2 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 40.730s (-0.164) 176.774mph
7. #4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet 40.740s (-0.174) 176.730mph
8. #8 Nelson Piquet Jr.* Chevrolet 40.762s (-0.196) 176.635mph
9. #7 Miguel Paludo* Toyota 40.787s (-0.221) 176.527mph
10. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 40.838s (-0.272) 176.306mph
11. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 40.845s (-0.279) 176.276mph
12. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 40.870s (-0.304) 176.168mph
13. #18 Kyle Busch Toyota 40.895s (-0.329) 176.061mph
14. #13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet 40.966s (-0.400) 175.756mph
15. #51 Colin Braun Ford 40.989s (-0.423) 175.657mph
16. #9 Max Papis Toyota 41.071s (-0.505) 175.306mph
17. #60 Cole Whitt* Chevrolet 41.072s (-0.506) 175.302mph
18. #23 Jason White Chevrolet 41.143s (-0.577) 174.999mph
19. #81 David Starr Toyota 41.152s (-0.586) 174.961mph
20. #22 Joey Coulter* Chevrolet 41.211s (-0.645) 174.711mph
21. #98 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 41.388s (-0.822) 173.963mph
22. #6 Justin Lofton Toyota 41.399s (-0.833) 173.917mph
23. #62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota 41.678s (-1.112) 172.753mph
24. #93 Casey Roderick Chevrolet 41.868s (-1.302) 171.969mph
25. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 42.422s (-1.856) 169.723mph
26. #138 Mike Garvey Chevrolet 42.474s (-1.908) 169.515mph
27. #66 Peyton Sellers Chevrolet 42.520s (-1.954) 169.332mph
28. #174 Mike Harmon Ford 42.714s (-2.148) 168.563mph
29. #175 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet 44.354s (-3.788) 162.330mph
30. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 44.359s (-3.793) 162.312mph
31. #07 Butch Miller Chevrolet 44.672s (-4.106) 161.175mph
32. #189 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 48.842s (-8.276) 147.414mph
33. #87 Chris Jones Chevrolet

* Denotes Rookie



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