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2013 Kansas NASCAR: Truck results

Matt Crafton won the SFP 250 Truck race at Kansas Speedway on Saturday, in a race that saw half the field eliminated over the course of 11 cautions.
Matt Crafton claimed victory in Saturday afternoon's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race by 0.168s over Joey Coulter, his third win in 298 series starts. It was Crafton's first win of 2013 and his first Truck win at Kansas.

Heading into the SFP 250, James Buescher had been the definite favourite having dominated both practice sessions before clinching his fourth pole in 98 Truck Series starts with a lap of 30.285s (178.306 mph) on the 1.5-mile Kansas Speedway. Crafton meanwhile started from sixth place.

Beuscher led for 49 of the first 61 laps, with Bryan Silas, Miguel Paludo and Jeb Burton having brief stints in front around cautions, pit stops and restarts. Crafton's own first appearance at the front came between lap 36 and 39 after Buescher had become involved in an accident with Paludo that put the #32 out of the race. It was already the fourth caution of after race after Kyle Busch had spin on lap 14, Spencer Gallagher on lap 23 and John Wes Townley had wrecked in turn 4 on lap 28.

Buescher's grip on the lead finally faltered with an 11-lap stint at the front for Kyle Busch, but Busch was eliminated from further contention by a spinning German Quiroga on lap 90. Other potential winners also started to fall by the way side: Joey Logano and Ryan Sieg both exited with engine problems mid-race and then a serious accident on lap 120 forced a 13 minute red flag stoppage while the debris was cleared up, after Brennan Newberry got loose and knocked Todd Bodine into the wall, whose truck then slid down the track into a second hard impact with Bryan Silas that destroyed the front of the #13 and knocked it back into the wall all over again.

After the race resumed there were two final cautions during the remaining 42 laps - Justin Jennings spun on lap 132 and Jeb Burton crashed on lap 139 - but it wasn't until just before this final caution that Crafton resurfaced at the front at the culmination of a record 18 lead changes. Once ahead, Crafton held onto it at the restart and ran the remainder of the race in the lead to clinch the win ahead of Joey Coulter and Ryan Blaney, becoming the 13th different winner in 13 races at Kansas.

As a result of his win at Kansas, Crafton moves into second place in the Truck Series standings, 12 points behind Johnny Sauter.

Race results

1. Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing 167 laps 2hrs 25mins 53secs
2. Joey Coulter Kyle Busch Motorsports + 0.168s
3. Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing + 1.853s
4. Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 2.382s
5. Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing + 3.507s
6. James Buescher Turner Scott Motorsports + 3.788s
7. Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports + 4.418s
8. Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 4.586s
9. Ron Hornaday Jr NTS Motorsports + 9.225s
10. Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing + 12.879s
11. German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing + 14.746s
12. Dakoda Armstrong Turn One Racing + 15.112s
13. David Starr SS Green Light Racing + 1 Laps
14. Tim George Jr Wauters Motorsports + 1 Laps
15. Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 1 Laps
16. Clay Greenfield Clay Greenfield Motorsports + 2 Laps
17. Jennifer Jo Cobb Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 4 Laps
18. Justin Jennings Justin Jennings Racing + 6 Laps
19. Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 47 Laps Accident
20. Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports + 48 Laps Accident
21. Todd Bodine ThorSport Racing + 48 Laps Accident
22. Spencer Gallagher Gallagher Motorsports + 61 Laps Accident
23. Jeff Agnew Hillman Racing + 67 Laps Accident
24. Joey Logano Brad Keselowski Racing + 68 Laps Engine
25. Max Gresham Eddie Sharp Racing + 68 Laps Accident
26. Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 68 Laps Engine
27. Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Motorsports + 77 Laps Accident
28. Danny Efland Eddie Sharp Racing + 90 Laps Clutch
29. Ryan Sieg RSS Racing + 108 Laps Engine
30. Jamie Dick NTS Motorsports + 124 Laps Transmission
31. Miguel Paludo Turner Scott Motorsports + 132 Laps Accident
32. John Wes Townley Red Horse Racing + 140 Laps Accident
33. Mike Harmon Mike Harmon Racing + 159 Laps Overheating
34. Chris Jones RSS Racing + 162 Laps Carburettor
35. J.J. Yeley RSS Racing + 163 Laps Brakes
36. Scott Saunders Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 165 Laps Vibration

Qualifying times

1. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.285s (Pole) 178.306mph
2. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 30.340s (+ 0.055s) 177.983mph
3. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.373s (+ 0.088s) 177.789mph
4. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.454s (+ 0.169s) 177.317mph
5. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.467s (+ 0.182s) 177.241mph
6. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.529s (+ 0.244s) 176.881mph
7. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.559s (+ 0.274s) 176.707mph
8. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.646s (+ 0.361s) 176.206mph
9. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.660s (+ 0.375s) 176.125mph
10. #13 Todd Bodine Toyota 30.694s (+ 0.409s) 175.930mph
11. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.719s (+ 0.434s) 175.787mph
12. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 30.747s (+ 0.462s) 175.627mph
13. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.771s (+ 0.486s) 175.490mph
14. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.780s (+ 0.495s) 175.439mph
15. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.786s (+ 0.501s) 175.404mph
16. #19 Joey Logano Ford 30.804s (+ 0.519s) 175.302mph
17. #14 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.812s (+ 0.527s) 175.256mph
18. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.916s (+ 0.631s) 174.667mph
19. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.941s (+ 0.656s) 174.526mph
20. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 31.035s (+ 0.750s) 173.997mph
21. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 31.077s (+ 0.792s) 173.762mph
22. #38 JJ Yeley Chevrolet 31.149s (+ 0.864s) 173.360mph
23. #5 Tim George Jr. Ford 31.161s (+ 0.876s) 173.294mph
24. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 31.209s (+ 0.924s) 173.027mph
25. #6 Danny Efland Chevrolet 31.247s (+ 0.962s) 172.817mph
26. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 31.299s (+ 1.014s) 172.529mph
27. #63 Justin Jennings Chevrolet 31.465s (+ 1.180s) 171.619mph
28. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 31.503s (+ 1.218s) 171.412mph
29. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 31.661s (+ 1.376s) 170.557mph
30. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 32.015s (+ 1.730s) 168.671mph
31. #81 David Starr Toyota 32.124s (+ 1.839s) 168.099mph
32. #0 Scott Saunders RAM 32.275s (+ 1.990s) 167.312mph
33. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Chevrolet 33.980s (+ 3.695s) 158.917mph
34. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 34.442s (+ 4.157s) 156.785mph
35. #07 Jamie Dick Chevrolet No time
36. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet No time

Practice 2 times

1. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.212s (Leader) 178.737mph (29 laps)
2. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.233s (-0.021s) 178.613mph (31 laps)
3. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 30.306s (-0.094s) 178.183mph (27 laps)
4. #19 Joey Logano Ford 30.334s (-0.122s) 178.018mph (17 laps)
5. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.350s (-0.138s) 177.924mph (6 laps)
6. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.376s (-0.164s) 177.772mph (26 laps)
7. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.418s (-0.206s) 177.526mph (37 laps)
8. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.445s (-0.233s) 177.369mph (18 laps)
9. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.458s (-0.246s) 177.293mph (12 laps)
10. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.531s (-0.319s) 176.869mph (16 laps)
11. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.536s (-0.324s) 176.840mph (29 laps)
12. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 30.563s (-0.351s) 176.684mph (26 laps)
13. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chev 30.596s (-0.384s) 176.494mph (34 laps)
14. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.642s (-0.430s) 176.229mph (31 laps)
15. #13 Todd Bodine Toyota 30.651s (-0.439s) 176.177mph (24 laps)
16. #14 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.668s (-0.456s) 176.079mph (14 laps)
17. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.671s (-0.459s) 176.062mph (28 laps)
18. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.680s (-0.468s) 176.010mph (34 laps)
19. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.689s (-0.477s) 175.959mph (31 laps)
20. #5 Tim George Jr. Ford 30.784s (-0.572s) 175.416mph (29 laps)
21. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 30.821s (-0.609s) 175.205mph (24 laps)
22. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 30.833s (-0.621s) 175.137mph (18 laps)
23. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 31.139s (-0.927s) 173.416mph (21 laps)
24. #63 Justin Jennings Chevrolet 31.362s (-1.150s) 172.183mph (39 laps)
25. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 31.501s (-1.289s) 171.423mph (19 laps)
26. #07 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 31.529s (-1.317s) 171.271mph (4 laps)
27. #38 JJ Yeley Chevrolet 31.546s (-1.334s) 171.179mph (5 laps)
28. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 31.578s (-1.366s) 171.005mph (4 laps)
29. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 31.598s (-1.386s) 170.897mph (24 laps)
30. #6 Danny Efland Chevrolet 31.628s (-1.416s) 170.735mph (15 laps)
31. #81 David Starr Toyota 31.681s (-1.469s) 170.449mph (25 laps)
32. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 31.872s (-1.660s) 169.428mph (37 laps)
33. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 32.635s (-2.423s) 165.467mph (3 laps)
34. #0 Scott Saunders RAM 33.231s (-3.019s) 162.499mph (5 laps)
35. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Chevrolet 34.370s (-4.158s) 157.114mph (27 laps)
36. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 35.461s (-5.249s) 152.280mph (5 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.189s (Leader) 178.873mph (53 laps)
2. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.418s (-0.229s) 177.526mph (38 laps)
3. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.432s (-0.243s) 177.445mph (42 laps)
4. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.519s (-0.330s) 176.939mph (45 laps)
5. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.588s (-0.399s) 176.540mph (30 laps)
6. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 30.605s (-0.416s) 176.442mph (25 laps)
7. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.656s (-0.467s) 176.148mph (51 laps)
8. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.683s (-0.494s) 175.993mph (50 laps)
9. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.684s (-0.495s) 175.987mph (26 laps)
10. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.696s (-0.507s) 175.919mph (65 laps)
11. #14 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.758s (-0.569s) 175.564mph (59 laps)
12. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.770s (-0.581s) 175.496mph (56 laps)
13. #19 Joey Logano Ford 30.774s (-0.585s) 175.473mph (33 laps)
14. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 30.775s (-0.586s) 175.467mph (57 laps)
15. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.787s (-0.598s) 175.399mph (52 laps)
16. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.836s (-0.647s) 175.120mph (66 laps)
17. #5 Tim George Jr. Ford 30.852s (-0.663s) 175.029mph (59 laps)
18. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 30.886s (-0.697s) 174.836mph (46 laps)
19. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 30.939s (-0.750s) 174.537mph (40 laps)
20. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 31.104s (-0.915s) 173.611mph (29 laps)
21. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 31.187s (-0.998s) 173.149mph (27 laps)
22. #13 Todd Bodine Toyota 31.262s (-1.073s) 172.734mph (49 laps)
23. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 31.313s (-1.124s) 172.452mph (16 laps)
24. #63 Justin Jennings Chevrolet 31.431s (-1.242s) 171.805mph (27 laps)
25. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 31.468s (-1.279s) 171.603mph (23 laps)
26. #07 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 31.507s (-1.318s) 171.390mph (11 laps)
27. #6 Danny Efland Chevrolet 31.577s (-1.388s) 171.011mph (29 laps)
28. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 31.641s (-1.452s) 170.665mph (50 laps)
29. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 31.648s (-1.459s) 170.627mph (47 laps)
30. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 31.781s (-1.592s) 169.913mph (27 laps)
31. #81 David Starr Toyota 31.981s (-1.792s) 168.850mph (43 laps)
32. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 32.620s (-2.431s) 165.543mph (6 laps)
33. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 36.007s (-5.818s) 149.971mph (3 laps)
34. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Chevrolet No time (0 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Johnny Sauter 174pts (0pts)
2. (+1) Matt Crafton 162pts (-12pts)
3. (-1) Jeb Burton # 149pts (-25pts)
4. (--) Ryan Blaney # 141pts (-33pts)
5. (--) Ty Dillon 135pts (-39pts)
6. (+1) James Buescher 133pts (-41pts)
7. (+4) Brendan Gaughan 128pts (-46pts)
8. (+1) Darrell Wallace Jr. # 127pts (-47pts)
9. (+3) Joey Coulter 125pts (-49pts)
10. (--) Dakoda Armstrong 121pts (-53pts)
11. (+2) Ron Hornaday Jr. 115pts (-59pts)
12. (-6) Miguel Paludo 112pts (-62pts)
13. (+3) Timothy Peters 110pts (-64pts)
14. (-6) Ryan Sieg 107pts (-67pts)
15. (+2) Tim George Jr. 106pts (-68pts)
16. (-2) Todd Bodine 102pts (-72pts)
17. (+3) David Starr 99pts (-75pts)
18. (+4) German Quiroga # 93pts (-81pts)
19. (+2) Max Gresham 81pts (-93pts)
20. (-1) John Wes Townley 80pts (-94pts)
21. (-6) Chase Elliott 77pts (-97pts)
22. (+2) Jeff Agnew 72pts (-102pts)
23. (+3) Brennan Newberry # 71pts (-103pts)
24. (-6) Erik Jones 70pts (-104pts)
25. (+2) Bryan Silas 69pts (-105pts)
26. (-1) Norm Benning 67pts (-107pts)
27. (+3) Jennifer Jo Cobb 57pts (-117pts)
28. (-5) Ross Chastain 54pts (-120pts)
29. (+8) Clay Greenfield 46pts (-128pts)
30. (-2) Justin Lofton 41pts (-133pts)
31. (-2) Caleb Holman 38pts (-136pts)
32. (-1) Chris Cockrum 29pts (-145pts)
33. (-1) John King 26pts (-148pts)
34. (N/A) Justin Jennings 26pts (-148pts)
35. (-2) Dusty Davis 24pts (-150pts)
36. (N/A) Spencer Gallagher 22pts (-152pts)
37. (-3) Devin Jones 20pts (-154pts)
38. (-3) Tyler Young 20pts (-154pts)
39. (+5) Chris Jones 20pts (-154pts)
40. (-4) Clay Rogers 19pts (-155pts)
41. (-3) Grant Galloway 17pts (-157pts)
42. (-3) Ryan Truex 16pts (-158pts)
43. (-3) Robert Bruce 16pts (-158pts)
44. (-3) Johnny Chapman 16pts (-158pts)
45. (-3) Tyler Reddick 14pts (-160pts)
46. (-3) Chris Fontaine 10pts (-164pts)
47. (N/A) Scott Saunders 8pts (-166pts)

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Jeb Burton, driver of the #4 Arrowhead Chevrolet, makes a pit stop during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series SFP 250 at Kansas Speedway on April 20, 2013 in Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by John Harrelson/NASCAR via Getty Images)
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