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Pocono: Truck results

Ryan Blaney took victory in the Pocono Mountains 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the uniquely distinctive 'Tricky Triangle' on Saturday afternoon.
Ryan Blaney clinched his second win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Saturday afternoon at Pocono Raceway, and his first visit to victory lane in 2013.

Following a delay while the track was dried after morning rain that had washed out qualifying for the race and left the grid set by Friday practice results, a relatively uneventful race which saw only a spin by Ricky Ehrgott on the opening lap was converted into a high pressure finish by a late debris caution on lap 42.

At the restart with four laps remaining, race leader Todd Bodine spun out handing the lead to Ryan Blaney for the first green-white-chequered finish attempt. That was also called off, this time because of contact further back in the field between Ty Dillon and Johnny Sauter. The next attempt was a success, however, and Blaney kept his head to cross the line a quarter of a second ahead of Miguel Palado, who posted the best finish of his career in second place.

In the championship standings, Matt Crafton continues to lead by 52 points from Jeb Burton, but Blaney's win at Pocono propels him five places up the standings into third place, just ten points further back and in front of James Buescher and Ty Dillon.

Race results

1. #29 Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing 54 laps 1hrs 3mins 08sec
2. #32 Miguel Paludo Turner Scott Motorsports + 0.270s
3. #77 German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing + 0.937s
4. #18 Joey Coulter Kyle Busch Motorsports + 2.443s
5. #19 Ross Chastain Brad Keslowski Racing + 2.817s
6. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr NTS Motorsports + 3.454s
7. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports + 3.710s
8. #88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing + 3.863s
9. #62 Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 5.712s
10. #24 Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports + 5.764s
11. #30 Todd Bodine Turner Scott Motorsports + 5.796s
12. #4 Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 6.001s
13. #8 Max Gresham Eddie Sharp Racing + 6.038s
14. #17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing + 6.126s
15. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Kyle Busch Motorsports + 6.446s
16. #5 Tim George Jr Wauters Motorsports + 6.468s
17. #7 John Wes Townley Red Horse Racing + 6.510s
18. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Turn One Racing + 7.086s
19. #98 Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing + 8.833s
20. #3 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 11.192s
21. #31 James Buescher Turner Scott Motorsports + 12.759s
22. #59 Kyle Martel Bill Martel Racing + 2 Laps
23. #27 Jeff Agnew Hillman Racing + 2 Laps
24. #99 Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 3 Laps
25. #84 Mike Harmon Glenden Enterprises + 3 Laps
26. #82 Sean Corr Empire Racing + 3 Laps
27. #40 Todd Peck SS Green Light Racing + 3 Laps
28. #57 Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 4 Laps
29. #28 Dominick Casola FDNY Racing + 8 Laps Accident
30. #39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing + 31 Laps Engine
31. #93 Chris Jones RSS Racing + 34 Laps Rear End
32. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 41 Laps Engine
33. #07 J.J. Yeley SS Green Light Racing + 45 Laps Vibration
34. #0 Chris Lafferty Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 50 Laps Electrical
35. #38 Tony Raines RSS Racing + 51 Laps Engine
36. #81 Ricky Ehrgott SS Green Light Racing + 52 Laps Accident

Starting Grid

1. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet
2. #19 Ross Chastain Ford
3. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet
4. #77 German Quiroga Toyota
5. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota
6. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford
7. #30 Todd Bodine Chevrolet
8. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet
9. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota
10. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota
11. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet
12. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota
13. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota
14. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet
15. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Toyota
16. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet
17. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet
18. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota
19. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet
20. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet
21. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet
22. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet
23. #5 Tim George Jr. Chevrolet
24. #07 JJ Yeley oyota
25. #82 Sean Corr Ford
26. #81 Ricky Ehrgott oyoa
27. #99 Bryan Silas Ford
28. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet
29. #59 Kyle Martel Chevrolet
30. #40 Todd Peck Chevrolet
31. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet
32. #28 Dominick Casola Chevrolet
33. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Ford
34. #38 Tony Raines Chevrolet
35. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet
36. #0 Chris Lafferty RAM

Qualifying rained out. All 36 trucks made the race

Practice 1 times

1. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 53.676s (Leader) 167.673mph (14 laps)
2. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 53.907s (-0.231s) 166.954mph (23 laps)
3. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 53.980s (-0.304s) 166.728mph (33 laps)
4. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 54.021s (-0.345s) 166.602mph (22 laps)
5. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 54.191s (-0.515s) 166.079mph (29 laps)
6. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 54.232s (-0.556s) 165.954mph (34 laps)
7. #30 Todd Bodine Chevrolet 54.262s (-0.586s) 165.862mph (27 laps)
8. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 54.291s (-0.615s) 165.773mph (24 laps)
9. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 54.315s (-0.639s) 165.700mph (25 laps)
10. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 54.326s (-0.650s) 165.667mph (26 laps)
11. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 54.366s (-0.690s) 165.545mph (20 laps)
12. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 54.388s (-0.712s) 165.478mph (17 laps)
13. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 54.510s (-0.834s) 165.107mph (25 laps)
14. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 54.723s (-1.047s) 164.465mph (19 laps)
15. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Toyota 54.770s (-1.094s) 164.324mph (32 laps)
16. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 54.778s (-1.102s) 164.300mph (25 laps)
17. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 55.001s (-1.325s) 163.633mph (29 laps)
18. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 55.008s (-1.332s) 163.613mph (16 laps)
19. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 55.107s (-1.431s) 163.319mph (30 laps)
20. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 55.122s (-1.446s) 163.274mph (29 laps)
21. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 55.188s (-1.512s) 163.079mph (21 laps)
22. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 55.269s (-1.593s) 162.840mph (18 laps)
23. #5 Tim George Jr. Chevrolet 55.274s (-1.598s) 162.825mph (29 laps)
24. #07 JJ Yeley oyota 55.867s (-2.191s) 161.097mph (6 laps)
25. #82 Sean Corr Ford 56.108s (-2.432s) 160.405mph (26 laps)
26. #81 Ricky Ehrgott oyota 56.232s (-2.556s) 160.051mph (28 laps)
27. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 56.236s (-2.560s) 160.040mph (12 laps)
28. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 56.823s (-3.147s) 158.387mph (2 laps)
29. #59 Kyle Martel Chevrolet 57.443s (-3.767s) 156.677mph (30 laps)
30. #40 Todd Peck Chevrolet 58.122s (-4.446s) 154.847mph (22 laps)
31. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 58.373s (-4.697s) 154.181mph (5 laps)
32. #28 Dominick Casola Chevrolet 59.650s (-5.974s) 150.880mph (14 laps)
33. #10 J. Cobb Ford 60.033s (-6.357s) 149.918mph (8 laps)
34. #38 Tony Raines Chevrolet 61.887s (-8.211s) 145.426mph (1 laps)
35. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet No time (0 laps)
36. #0 Chris Lafferty RAM No time (0 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Matt Crafton 429pts (0pts)
2. (--) Jeb Burton # 377pts (-52pts)
3. (+5) Ryan Blaney # 367pts (-62pts)
4. (-1) James Buescher 365pts (-64pts)
5. (-1) Ty Dillon 361pts (-68pts)
6. (+1) Brendan Gaughan 354pts (-75pts)
7. (+3) Miguel Paludo 351pts (-78pts)
8. (-2) Timothy Peters 350pts (-79pts)
9. (--) Darrell Wallace Jr. # 347pts (-82pts)
10. (-5) Johnny Sauter 345pts (-84pts)
11. (+1) Joey Coulter 336pts (-93pts)
12. (-1) Dakoda Armstrong 325pts (-104pts)
13. (--) Ron Hornaday Jr. 314pts (-115pts)
14. (--) German Quiroga # 307pts (-122pts)
15. (--) John Wes Townley 292pts (-137pts)
16. (+1) Max Gresham 268pts (-161pts)
17. (-1) Ryan Sieg 256pts (-173pts)
18. (--) Tim George Jr. 252pts (-177pts)
19. (--) Brennan Newberry # 229pts (-200pts)
20. (+1) Ross Chastain 219pts (-210pts)
21. (-1) Todd Bodine 215pts (-214pts)
22. (+1) Jeff Agnew 190pts (-239pts)
23. (-1) David Starr 179pts (-250pts)
24. (+1) Norm Benning 170pts (-259pts)
25. (+1) Bryan Silas 158pts (-271pts)
26. (-2) Chase Elliott 157pts (-272pts)
27. (--) Jennifer Jo Cobb 133pts (-296pts)
28. (--) Erik Jones 112pts (-317pts)
29. (--) Justin Jennings 97pts (-332pts)
30. (--) Tyler Young 77pts (-352pts)
31. (--) Justin Lofton 75pts (-354pts)
32. (+2) Chris Jones 75pts (-354pts)
33. (-1) Caleb Holman 73pts (-356pts)
34. (-1) Chris Cockrum 67pts (-362pts)
35. (+1) Chris Lafferty 51pts (-378pts)
36. (+17) Chad Hackenbracht 47pts (-382pts)
37. (-2) Clay Greenfield 46pts (-383pts)
38. (+14) Kyle Martel 40pts (-389pts)
39. (-2) Cj Faison 39pts (-390pts)
40. (-2) Jared Landers 32pts (-397pts)
41. (+17) Todd Peck 32pts (-397pts)
42. (-3) Cale Gale 31pts (-398pts)
43. (-3) Tracy Hines 31pts (-398pts)
44. (-3) Brett Moffitt 30pts (-399pts)
45. (-3) John King 26pts (-403pts)
46. (-3) Dusty Davis 24pts (-405pts)
47. (-3) Frank Kimmel 23pts (-406pts)
48. (-3) Spencer Gallagher 22pts (-407pts)
49. (-3) Jimmy Weller III 20pts (-409pts)
50. (-3) Devin Jones 20pts (-409pts)
51. (-3) Ryan Lynch 20pts (-409pts)
52. (-3) Clay Rogers 19pts (-410pts)
53. (-3) Josh Reaume 19pts (-410pts)
54. (-3) Scott Bloomquist 19pts (-410pts)
55. (N/A) Sean Corr 18pts (-411pts)
56. (-2) Grant Galloway 17pts (-412pts)
57. (-2) Johnny Chapman 16pts (-413pts)
58. (-2) Ryan Truex 16pts (-413pts)
59. (-2) Robert Bruce 16pts (-413pts)
60. (N/A) Dominick Casola 15pts (-414pts)
61. (-2) Tyler Reddick 14pts (-415pts)
62. (-2) Jeff Babcock 14pts (-415pts)
63. (-2) Jake Crum 13pts (-416pts)
64. (-2) Chris Fontaine 10pts (-419pts)
65. (-2) Scott Saunders 8pts (-421pts)
66. (N/A) Ricky Ehrgott 8pts (-421pts)

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Todd Bodine, driver of the #30 Team Fox/Whelen Chevrolet , leads the field during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Pocono Mountains 125 at Pocono Raceway on August 3, 2013 in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)
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