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Las Vegas: Truck results

Timothy Peters had tried everything he could to pass Ron Hornaday Jr., but in the end it took a late caution and a two-lap shootout at the climax of the Smith's 350 to allow him to claim victory.
Red Horse Racing's Timothy Peters didn't lead on Saturday night until three laps from the end, but a final caution allowed him to pass Ron Hornaday Jr. at the restart and pull out a half-second lead by the line to record his second NASCAR Camping World Truck victory of the year and his seventh in 157 series starts.

"You had to get all you could on the restarts because once you spread out that dirty air, it was bad to pass," said Peters in victory lane afterwards. "I was really thankful for that last caution. I was getting good restarts all night long. Just everything went our way tonight. This is huge!"

With the Sprint Cup and Nationwide series regulars at work on the east coast this weekend, Ty Dillon took advantage of a smaller than usual field to clinch his first pole of the season at the 1.5-mile Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Smith's 350 Truck race, with Justin Lofton starting alongside the Richard Childress Racing driver on the front row. Dillon led for the first 15 laps until the first round of stops under caution which occurred when Miguel Paludo pun out of sixth place while battling with James Buescher. The race off pit lane was won by Matt Crafton who quickly took the lead from Brendan Gaughan who had opted to stay out. Crafton pulled out a five-length lead before Brennan Newberry spun in turn 4 on lap 28 which allowed Gaughan to take the lead at the restart and then Ross Chastain to get to the front on lap 37.

Chastain was boxed in by Buescher on pit road - sparking a confrontation between the crews - and fell out of the top ten for the restart which was headed by Kyle Busch Motorsport rookie Darrell Wallace Jr. who maintained the lead through the next yellow on lap 61 when Hornaday Jr. nudged his NTS Motorsports team mate Newberry into a spin through turn 4 while contesting sixth place. Wallace initially continued to lead at the restart but was passed by pole man Dillon on lap 68 before Chastain slide into the infield grass on lap 74 to bring out the fifth caution of the evening. Gaughan and Ryan Blaney stayed off pit road and took turns to lead after the restart, but they were in under the next caution on lap 92 for a second spin of the night for Bryan Silas. Lofton stayed out and picked up the lead for a brief restart before the yellows were back out again on lap 97 for contact between Newberry and Matthew Kurzejewski which put the #81 into the outside wall.

Lofton was easy prey for Wallace at the restart, but it was Crafton who was coming on strongest of all and who took the top spot on lap 104 which survived the next caution on lap 109 for Chad Hackenbracht spinning onto the grass in turn 4. Hornaday got the best restart and set his sights on passing Crafton for the lead for the first time in the race which finally happened on lap 119, Crafton soon fading all the way out of the top ten thereafter. The only driver to have the pace to go with the #9 at the front was Peters, and with ten laps to go he was all over the back of Hornaday's truck but still not quite able to make the move before the final caution of the race on lap 140 triggered by Jennifer Jo Cobb's right-front tyre blowing out and planting the #10 into the wall in turn 2. That gave Peters the chance he needed to jump a sluggish Hornaday at the restart, and he then easily won the final two-lap sprint shootout to claim the chequered flag ahead of a late charge from Johnny Sauter.

Despite waning in the final laps, Crafton retains a 41 point lead in the championship over Buescher, with Dillon and Jeb Burton holding station in third and fourth with five races remaining in the 2013 season.

Race results

1. #17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing 1hrs 58mins 40secs
2. #98 Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing + 0.559s
3. #32 Miguel Paludo Turner Scott Motorsports + 0.708s
4. #3 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 0.869s
5. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports + 1.174s
6. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. NTS Motorsports + 1.212s
7. #7 John Wes Townley Red Horse Racing + 1.447s
8. #62 Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 1.544s
9. #31 James Buescher Turner Scott Motorsports + 1.824s
10. #8 Max Gresham Sharp-Gallaher Racing + 1.956s
11. #88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing + 2.082s
12. #4 Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 2.351s
13. #18 Joey Coulter Kyle Busch Motorsports + 2.531s
14. #19 Ross Chastain Brad Keslowski Racing + 2.836s
15. #24 Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports + 2.948s
16. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Turn One Racing + 2.967s
17. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Kyle Busch Motorsports + 3.396s
18. #6 Justin Lofton Sharp-Gallaher Racing + 3.624s
19. #39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing + 3.657s
20. #29 Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing + 4.121s
21. #77 German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing + 4.561s
22. #99 Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 1 lap
23. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 10 laps Accident
24. #81 Matthew Kurzejewski SS Green Light Racing + 50 laps Accident
25. #84 Mike Harmon Glenden Enterprises + 69 laps Handling
26. #57 Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 103 laps Handling
27. #93 Chris Jones RSS Racing + 139 laps Overheating
28. #07 Caleb Roark SS-Green Light Racing + 142 laps Clutch
29. #0 Chris Lafferty Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 144 laps Transmission

Qualifying times

1. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.495s (Pole) 177.078mph
2. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 30.620s (+ 0.125s) 176.355mph
3. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.628s (+ 0.133s) 176.309mph
4. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.670s (+ 0.175s) 176.068mph
5. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.688s (+ 0.193s) 175.965mph
6. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.728s (+ 0.233s) 175.735mph
7. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 30.767s (+ 0.272s) 175.513mph
8. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.781s (+ 0.286s) 175.433mph
9. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.789s (+ 0.294s) 175.387mph
10. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Toyota 30.826s (+ 0.331s) 175.177mph
11. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 30.830s (+ 0.335s) 175.154mph
12. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.834s (+ 0.339s) 175.131mph
13. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.867s (+ 0.372s) 174.944mph
14. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.902s (+ 0.407s) 174.746mph
15. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.912s (+ 0.417s) 174.689mph
16. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.915s (+ 0.420s) 174.672mph
17. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.916s (+ 0.421s) 174.667mph
18. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 30.957s (+ 0.462s) 174.436mph
19. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 31.023s (+ 0.528s) 174.064mph
20. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 31.100s (+ 0.605s) 173.633mph
21. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 31.175s (+ 0.680s) 173.216mph
22. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 31.272s (+ 0.777s) 172.678mph
23. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 31.827s (+ 1.332s) 169.667mph
24. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 32.254s (+ 1.759s) 167.421mph
25. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 33.101s (+ 2.606s) 163.137mph
26. #07 Caleb Roark Toyota 33.135s (+ 2.640s) 162.970mph
27. #0 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 34.253s (+ 3.758s) 157.650mph
28. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 35.351s (+ 4.856s) 152.754mph
29. #81 Matthew Kurzejewski Chevrolet No time

Practice 2 times

1. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.598s (Leader) 176.482mph (26 laps)
2. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.673s (-0.075s) 176.051mph (34 laps)
3. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.714s (-0.116s) 175.816mph (27 laps)
4. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 30.722s (-0.124s) 175.770mph (21 laps)
5. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.813s (-0.215s) 175.251mph (12 laps)
6. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 30.818s (-0.220s) 175.222mph (25 laps)
7. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.824s (-0.226s) 175.188mph (18 laps)
8. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.824s (-0.226s) 175.188mph (31 laps)
9. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.838s (-0.240s) 175.109mph (29 laps)
10. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.871s (-0.273s) 174.921mph (28 laps)
11. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Toyota 30.883s (-0.285s) 174.853mph (25 laps)
12. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.889s (-0.291s) 174.820mph (24 laps)
13. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 30.898s (-0.300s) 174.769mph (9 laps)
14. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.965s (-0.367s) 174.390mph (29 laps)
15. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.999s (-0.401s) 174.199mph (20 laps)
16. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 31.015s (-0.417s) 174.109mph (30 laps)
17. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 31.080s (-0.482s) 173.745mph (29 laps)
18. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 31.122s (-0.524s) 173.511mph (24 laps)
19. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 31.228s (-0.630s) 172.922mph (28 laps)
20. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 31.266s (-0.668s) 172.712mph (10 laps)
21. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 31.418s (-0.820s) 171.876mph (2 laps)
22. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 31.483s (-0.885s) 171.521mph (24 laps)
23. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 32.143s (-1.545s) 167.999mph (2 laps)
24. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 32.663s (-2.065s) 165.325mph (20 laps)
25. #07 C Roark Toyota 32.802s (-2.204s) 164.624mph (31 laps)
26. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 34.065s (-3.467s) 158.520mph (1 laps)
27. #0 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 35.310s (-4.712s) 152.931mph (1 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 30.790s (Leader) 175.382mph (26 laps)
2. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.841s (-0.051s) 175.092mph (20 laps)
3. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.851s (-0.061s) 175.035mph (18 laps)
4. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.854s (-0.064s) 175.018mph (20 laps)
5. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.881s (-0.091s) 174.865mph (20 laps)
6. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 30.890s (-0.100s) 174.814mph (13 laps)
7. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 30.911s (-0.121s) 174.695mph (27 laps)
8. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.915s (-0.125s) 174.672mph (15 laps)
9. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.924s (-0.134s) 174.622mph (18 laps)
10. #51 Chad Hackenbracht Toyota 30.941s (-0.151s) 174.526mph (33 laps)
11. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.976s (-0.186s) 174.329mph (20 laps)
12. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 31.031s (-0.241s) 174.020mph (26 laps)
13. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 31.066s (-0.276s) 173.823mph (32 laps)
14. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 31.076s (-0.286s) 173.768mph (12 laps)
15. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 31.095s (-0.305s) 173.661mph (25 laps)
16. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 31.112s (-0.322s) 173.566mph (6 laps)
17. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 31.141s (-0.351s) 173.405mph (17 laps)
18. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 31.151s (-0.361s) 173.349mph (17 laps)
19. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 31.245s (-0.455s) 172.828mph (12 laps)
20. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 31.298s (-0.508s) 172.535mph (9 laps)
21. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 31.388s (-0.598s) 172.040mph (19 laps)
22. #81 Matthew Kurzejewski Chevrolet 32.130s (-1.340s) 168.067mph (18 laps)
23. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 32.193s (-1.403s) 167.738mph (5 laps)
24. #0 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 33.258s (-2.468s) 162.367mph (13 laps)
25. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 36.635s (-5.845s) 147.400mph (2 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Matt Crafton 644pts
2. (--) James Buescher 603pts (-41pts)
3. (--) Ty Dillon 591pts (-53pts)
4. (--) Jeb Burton # 571pts (-73pts)
5. (+1) Miguel Paludo 567pts (-77pts)
6. (+1) Timothy Peters 559pts (-85pts)
7. (-2) Ryan Blaney # 552pts (-92pts)
8. (--) Johnny Sauter 541pts (-103pts)
9. (--) Darrell Wallace Jr. # 538pts (-106pts)
10. (--) Brendan Gaughan 520pts (-124pts)
11. (--) Ron Hornaday Jr. 519pts (-125pts)
12. (--) Dakoda Armstrong 490pts (-154pts)
13. (--) Joey Coulter 488pts (-156pts)
14. (+1) John Wes Townley 483pts (-161pts)
15. (-1) German Quiroga # 476pts (-168pts)
16. (--) Max Gresham 433pts (-211pts)
17. (--) Ryan Sieg 368pts (-276pts)
18. (--) Brennan Newberry # 348pts (-296pts)
19. (--) Ross Chastain 331pts (-313pts)
20. (--) Bryan Silas 287pts (-357pts)
21. (+1) Norm Benning 273pts (-371pts)
22. (-1) Chase Elliott 257pts (-387pts)
23. (--) Tim George Jr. 252pts (-392pts)
24. (--) Jeff Agnew 243pts (-401pts)
25. (+1) Jennifer Jo Cobb 228pts (-416pts)
26. (-1) Todd Bodine 215pts (-429pts)
27. (--) David Starr 200pts (-444pts)
28. (--) Justin Lofton 186pts (-458pts)
29. (--) Erik Jones 147pts (-497pts)
30. (+1) Chris Jones 137pts (-507pts)
31. (-1) Justin Jennings 132pts (-512pts)
32. (--) Tyler Young 119pts (-525pts)
33. (+2) Chad 116pts (-528pts)
34. (--) Chris Lafferty 115pts (-529pts)
35. (-2) Caleb Holman 100pts (-544pts)
36. (--) Benjamin Kennedy 81pts (-563pts)
37. (--) Chris Cockrum 67pts (-577pts)
38. (--) Brett Moffitt 57pts (-587pts)
39. (--) Clay Greenfield 56pts (-588pts)
40. (--) Jake Crum 54pts (-590pts)
41. (--) Jimmy Weller III 47pts (-597pts)
42. (--) Brandon Jones 42pts (-602pts)
43. (--) Kyle Martel 40pts (-604pts)
44. (--) Cj Faison 39pts (-605pts)
45. (+18) Matthew Kurzejewski 37pts (-607pts)
46. (-1) Jared Landers 32pts (-612pts)
47. (-1) Todd Peck 32pts (-612pts)
48. (-1) Cale Gale 31pts (-613pts)
49. (-1) Tracy Hines 31pts (-613pts)
50. (-1) Mike Skeen 31pts (-613pts)
51. (-1) John King 26pts (-618pts)
52. (-1) Dusty Davis 24pts (-620pts)
53. (-1) Frank Kimmel 23pts (-621pts)
54. (-1) Spencer Gallagher 22pts (-622pts)
55. (-1) Matt McCall 22pts (-622pts)
56. (-1) Devin Jones 20pts (-624pts)
57. (-1) Ryan Lynch 20pts (-624pts)
58. (-1) Clay Rogers 19pts (-625pts)
59. (-1) Josh Reaume 19pts (-625pts)
60. (-1) Scott Bloomquist 19pts (-625pts)
61. (-1) Alex Guenette 19pts (-625pts)
62. (-1) Sean Corr 18pts (-626pts)
63. (-1) Grant Galloway 17pts (-627pts)
64. (--) Johnny Chapman 16pts (-628pts)
65. (--) Ryan Truex 16pts (-628pts)
66. (--) Robert Bruce 16pts (-628pts)
67. (N/A) Caleb Roark 16pts (-628pts)
68. (-1) Dominick Casola 15pts (-629pts)
69. (-1) Steve Smith 15pts (-629pts)
70. (-1) Tyler Reddick 14pts (-630pts)
71. (-1) Jeff Babcock 14pts (-630pts)
72. (-1) Chris Fontaine 10pts (-634pts)
73. (-1) Nate Monteith 9pts (-635pts)
74. (-1) Scott Saunders 8pts (-636pts)

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