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Talladega: Truck results

Johnny Sauter claimed victory in the Fred's 250 Truck race at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday afternoon, which featured a number of major multi-truck wrecks along the way.
Johnny Sauter claimed his third time of the season and for the ninth time in 126 starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series after coming out top in a final three-lap shootout that culminated in a 12-car wreck as the winner crossed the finishing line.

With the track fully dried after the earlier washout of Cup qualifying, Jeb Burton started the Fred's 250 from pole position for this sixth time in 2013 after pipping Max Gresham to the front by half of a tenth of a second on qualifying on Friday evening. James Buescher was soon pushed to the front by Ron Hornaday Jr. ahead of the first caution of the afternoon on lap 8 for fluid in turns 1 and 2 from the expiring #35 of Mason Mingus. Chris Fontaine was briefly pushed into the lead by Kyle Busch after the restart on lap 14 before Buescher took back control before the next caution on lap 20 for debris at the bottom of the backstretch. That allowed for the first round of pit stops with Busch emerging at the front ahead of Ty Dillon, Johnny Sauter, Buescher, Hornaday and Ryan Blaney. Dillon quickly took the lead from Busch with Buescher's assistance on lap 25 and the top ten stretched out into a single file. A brief push to the front by Ross Chastain and Ryan Blaney on lap 32 was quickly suppressed, and then Parker Kligerman went to the front on lap 39 with Busch's help before the Dillon/Buescher pairing clamped down once again three laps later ahead of the midway point of the 94-lap race.

A round of green flag pit stops was underway - with a sluggish stop for Dillon separating him from Buescher upon his return to the track - when a caution came out on lap 56 for a spin by Sean Corr after he made a sharp move for pit entry across the front of Dillon's truck and got tapped into a spin. At the restart on lap 61, Kyle Busch and team mate Darrell Wallace Jr. were at the front ahead of Ross Chastain, Ryan Sieg, Dakoda Armstrong, Timmy Hill, and Timothy Peters, but it was just four laps before Dillon recovered from his setbacks and reclaimed the lead once more this time with Blaney in tow. That was just before contact between Jeb Burton and Caleb Holman sparked a multi-truck accident that engulfed Timothy Peters, German Quiroga, Chris Cockrum and Brennan Newberry, which allowed the rest of the field the opportunity to return to pit road for what should now be their final stop of the race. Kilgerman took the lead for the restart on lap 74 ahead of Matt Crafton, with Sieg, Blaney and Hill rounding out the top five. A series of lead changes culminated in Chastain being out in front on lap 80 when Buescher hit the wall hard after a four-wide tangle on the backstretch, the accident also catching out Justin Lofton, Ron Hornaday, Joey Coulter and Jeff Agnew to varying degrees.

With Kyle Busch's help, Chastain was still out on front on lap 88 when confusion at the back of the pack saw Hornaday, Blaney and Scott Stenzel all end up in a heap against the inside wall on the backstretch, setting up a final three-lap shootout to the finish at the restart on lap 92 which saw Chastain battle to hold off Sauter who went to the front assisted by team mate Crafton just as a major conflagration broke out when Burton was turned across the front of Paludo causing a knock-on effect that swept up Chastain, Kilgerman, Lofton, Wallace, Crafton, Gresham, Fontaine, Armstrong, Clay Greenfield and John Wes Townley. Kyle Busch ended up striking the unprotected concrete pit wall while Miguel Paludo rolled right over in the chaos before finishing right-side-up. Meanwhile at the front, Sauter himself survived with David Starr also escaping the mayhem to pick up second place as the rest of the shaken-up field were frozen in position by the final caution as they climbed out of some expensive scrap metal. Both Busch and Paludo were fine but Lofton was sent to hospital for treatment on a fractured left thumb, according to his official Twitter account..

In the points standings, Matt Crafton continues to lead with his margin now 57 points over Ty Dillon, who narrowly takes over second place from James Buescher thanks to the Turner Scott Motorsports driver's exit from proceedings 15 laps before the end in the earlier multi-truck wreck. Sauter moves up two spots to sixth on the back of his win.

Race results

1. #98 Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing 94 laps 2hrs 2mins 9secs
2. #81 David Starr SS Green Light Racing + 1.182s
3. #19 Ross Chastain Brad Keslowski Racing + 2.239s
4. #20 Parker Kligerman Kyle Busch Motorsports + 2.342s
5. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Turn One Racing + 2.348s
6. #1 Timmy Hill Rick Ware Racing + 4.697s
7. #7 John Wes Townley Red Horse Racing + 4.925s
8. #8 Max Gresham Sharp-Gallaher Racing
9. #88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing + 8.048s
10. #51 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Motorsports + 7.481s
11. #62 Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 11.042s
12. #57 Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 12.020s
13. #68 Clay Greenfield Clay Greenfield Motorsports + 14.344s
14. #3 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 14.596s
15. #83 Chris Fontaine Glenden Enterprises + 14.663s
16. #99 Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 34.550s
17. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports + 34.785s
18. #4 Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 1 lap
19. #32 Miguel Paludo Turner Scott Motorsports + 1 lap
20. #6 Justin Lofton Sharp-Gallaher Racing + 1 lap
21. #29 Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing + 2 laps
22. #84 Mike Harmon Glenden Enterprises + 2 laps
23. #39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing + 7 laps Accident
24. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr NTS Motorsports + 7 laps Accident
25. #63 Scott Stenzel MB Motorsports + 7 laps Accident
26. #31 James Buescher Turner Scott Motorsports + 15 laps Accident
27. #18 Joey Coulter Kyle Busch Motorsports + 15 laps Accident
28. #27 Jeff Agnew Hillman Racing + 15 laps Accident
29. #17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing + 29 laps Accident
30. #75 Caleb Holman Henderson Motorsports + 29 laps Accident
31. #77 German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing + 29 laps Accident
32. #24 Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports + 29 laps Accident
33. #82 Sean Corr Empire Racing + 29 laps Accident
34. #07 Chris Cockrum SS GreenLight Racing + 29 laps Accident
35. #93 Chris Jones RSS Racing + 69 laps Overheating
36. #35 Mason Mingus RSS Racing + 89 laps Oil Leak

Qualifying times

1. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 54.353s (Pole) 176.182mph
2. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 54.403s (+ 0.050s) 176.020mph
3. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 54.437s (+ 0.084s) 175.910mph
4. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 54.440s (+ 0.087s) 175.900mph
5. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 54.452s (+ 0.099s) 175.861mph
6. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 54.570s (+ 0.217s) 175.481mph
7. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 54.640s (+ 0.287s) 175.256mph
8. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 54.808s (+ 0.455s) 174.719mph
9. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 54.808s (+ 0.455s) 174.719mph
10. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 54.816s (+ 0.463s) 174.694mph
11. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 54.849s (+ 0.496s) 174.588mph
12. #35 Mason Mingus Chevrolet 54.864s (+ 0.511s) 174.541mph
13. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 54.991s (+ 0.638s) 174.138mph
14. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 54.998s (+ 0.645s) 174.115mph
15. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 55.023s (+ 0.670s) 174.036mph
16. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 55.034s (+ 0.681s) 174.002mph
17. #83 Chris Fontaine Toyota 55.109s (+ 0.756s) 173.765mph
18. #20 Parker Kligerman Toyota 55.133s (+ 0.780s) 173.689mph
19. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 55.222s (+ 0.869s) 173.409mph
20. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 55.247s (+ 0.894s) 173.331mph
21. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 55.266s (+ 0.913s) 173.271mph
22. #82 Sean Corr Ford 55.449s (+ 1.096s) 172.699mph
23. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 55.519s (+ 1.166s) 172.481mph
24. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 55.583s (+ 1.230s) 172.283mph
25. #81 David Starr Toyota 55.633s (+ 1.280s) 172.128mph
26. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 55.696s (+ 1.343s) 171.933mph
27. #1 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 55.810s (+ 1.457s) 171.582mph
28. #75 Caleb Holman Chevrolet 56.030s (+ 1.677s) 170.908mph
29. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 56.036s (+ 1.683s) 170.890mph
30. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 56.159s (+ 1.806s) 170.516mph
31. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 56.174s (+ 1.821s) 170.470mph
32. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 56.197s (+ 1.844s) 170.401mph
33. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 56.209s (+ 1.856s) 170.364mph
34. #07 Chris Cockrum Toyota 56.462s (+ 2.109s) 169.601mph
35. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 59.168s (+ 4.815s) 161.844mph
36. #63 Scott Stenzel Ford 56.228s (+ 1.875s) 170.307mph

Did Not Qualify

#50 Danny Efland Chevrolet 56.314s (+ 1.961s) 170.047mph
#10 Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 57.077s (+ 2.724s) 167.773mph

Practice 1 times

1. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 50.191s (Leader) 190.791mph (24 laps)
2. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 50.194s (-0.003s) 190.780mph (23 laps)
3. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 50.485s (-0.294s) 189.680mph (28 laps)
4. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 50.488s (-0.297s) 189.669mph (28 laps)
5. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 51.154s (-0.963s) 187.199mph (38 laps)
6. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 51.154s (-0.963s) 187.199mph (30 laps)
7. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 51.195s (-1.004s) 187.050mph (15 laps)
8. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 51.263s (-1.072s) 186.801mph (31 laps)
9. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 51.347s (-1.156s) 186.496mph (31 laps)
10. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 51.448s (-1.257s) 186.130mph (20 laps)
11. #81 David Starr Toyota 51.460s (-1.269s) 186.086mph (25 laps)
12. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 51.464s (-1.273s) 186.072mph (39 laps)
13. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 51.480s (-1.289s) 186.014mph (24 laps)
14. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 51.535s (-1.344s) 185.815mph (25 laps)
15. #07 Chris Cockrum Toyota 51.536s (-1.345s) 185.812mph (29 laps)
16. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 51.553s (-1.362s) 185.751mph (34 laps)
17. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 51.575s (-1.384s) 185.671mph (20 laps)
18. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 51.632s (-1.441s) 185.466mph (29 laps)
19. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 51.700s (-1.509s) 185.222mph (24 laps)
20. #83 Chris Fontaine Toyota 51.751s (-1.560s) 185.040mph (30 laps)
21. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 52.144s (-1.953s) 183.645mph (24 laps)
22. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 52.234s (-2.043s) 183.329mph (34 laps)
23. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 52.479s (-2.288s) 182.473mph (31 laps)
24. #75 Caleb Holman Chevrolet 52.622s (-2.431s) 181.977mph (25 laps)
25. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 52.746s (-2.555s) 181.549mph (23 laps)
26. #1 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 53.138s (-2.947s) 180.210mph (24 laps)
27. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 53.982s (-3.791s) 177.392mph (28 laps)
28. #20 Parker Kligerman Toyota 54.407s (-4.216s) 176.007mph (20 laps)
29. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 54.702s (-4.511s) 175.058mph (16 laps)
30. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 54.864s (-4.673s) 174.541mph (12 laps)
31. #35 Mason Mingus Chevrolet 54.934s (-4.743s) 174.318mph (15 laps)
32. #82 Sean Corr Ford 55.021s (-4.830s) 174.043mph (22 laps)
33. #63 Scott Stenzel Ford 55.466s (-5.275s) 172.646mph (15 laps)
34. #57 Norm Benning Chev 55.869s (-5.678s) 171.401mph (3 laps)
35. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 56.111s (-5.920s) 170.662mph (14 laps)
36. #50 Danny Efland Chevrolet 56.353s (-6.162s) 169.929mph (18 laps)
37. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 57.046s (-6.855s) 167.865mph (14 laps)
38. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 57.092s (-6.901s) 167.729mph (7 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Matt Crafton 680pts
2. (+1) Ty Dillon 623pts (-57pts)
3. (-1) James Buescher 622pts (-58pts)
4. (--) Jeb Burton # 598pts (-82pts)
5. (--) Miguel Paludo 592pts (-88pts)
6. (+2) Johnny Sauter 588pts (-92pts)
7. (--) Ryan Blaney # 576pts (-104pts)
8. (-2) Timothy Peters 574pts (-106pts)
9. (--) Darrell Wallace Jr. # 566pts (-114pts)
10. (--) Brendan Gaughan 553pts (-127pts)
11. (--) Ron Hornaday Jr. 539pts (-141pts)
12. (--) Dakoda Armstrong 529pts (-151pts)
13. (+1) John Wes Townley 520pts (-160pts)
14. (-1) Joey Coulter 506pts (-174pts)
15. (--) German Quiroga # 489pts (-191pts)
16. (--) Max Gresham 469pts (-211pts)
17. (--) Ryan Sieg 389pts (-291pts)
18. (+1) Ross Chastain 373pts (-307pts)
19. (-1) Brennan Newberry # 360pts (-320pts)
20. (--) Bryan Silas 315pts (-365pts)
21. (--) Norm Benning 305pts (-375pts)
22. (+2) Jeff Agnew 259pts (-421pts)
23. (-1) Chase Elliott 257pts (-423pts)
24. (-1) Tim George Jr. 252pts (-428pts)
25. (+2) David Starr 242pts (-438pts)
26. (-1) Jennifer Jo Cobb 228pts (-452pts)
27. (-1) Todd Bodine 215pts (-465pts)
28. (--) Justin Lofton 210pts (-470pts)
29. (--) Erik Jones 147pts (-533pts)
30. (--) Chris Jones 147pts (-533pts)
31. (--) Justin Jennings 132pts (-548pts)
32. (--) Tyler Young 119pts (-561pts)
33. (--) Chad Hackenbracht 116pts (-564pts)
34. (--) Chris Lafferty 115pts (-565pts)
35. (--) Caleb Holman 114pts (-566pts)
36. (+3) Clay Greenfield 87pts (-593pts)
37. (-1) Benjamin Kennedy 81pts (-599pts)
38. (-1) Chris Cockrum 77pts (-603pts)
39. (-1) Brett Moffitt 57pts (-623pts)
40. (--) Jake Crum 54pts (-626pts)
41. (--) Jimmy Weller III 47pts (-633pts)
42. (--) Brandon Jones 42pts (-638pts)
43. (+29) Chris Fontaine 40pts (-640pts)
44. (-1) Kyle Martel 40pts (-640pts)
45. (-1) Cj Faison 39pts (-641pts)
46. (-1) Matthew Kurzejewski 37pts (-643pts)
47. (-1) Jared Landers 32pts (-648pts)
48. (-1) Todd Peck 32pts (-648pts)
49. (-1) Cale Gale 31pts (-649pts)
50. (-1) Tracy Hines 31pts (-649pts)
51. (-1) Mike Skeen 31pts (-649pts)
52. (+10) Sean Corr 29pts (-651pts)
53. (-2) John King 26pts (-654pts)
54. (-2) Dusty Davis 24pts (-656pts)
55. (-2) Frank Kimmel 23pts (-657pts)
56. (-2) Spencer Gallagher 22pts (-658pts)
57. (-2) Matt McCall 22pts (-658pts)
58. (-2) Devin Jones 20pts (-660pts)
59. (-2) Ryan Lynch 20pts (-660pts)
60. (N/A) Scott Stenzel 19pts (-661pts)
61. (-3) Clay Rogers 19pts (-661pts)
62. (-3) Josh Reaume 19pts (-661pts)
63. (-3) Scott Bloomquist 19pts (-661pts)
64. (-3) Alex Guenette 19pts (-661pts)
65. (-2) Grant Galloway 17pts (-663pts)
66. (-2) Johnny Chapman 16pts (-664pts)
67. (-2) Ryan Truex 16pts (-664pts)
68. (-2) Robert Bruce 16pts (-664pts)
69. (-2) Caleb Roark 16pts (-664pts)
70. (-2) Dominick Casola 15pts (-665pts)
71. (-2) Steve Smith 15pts (-665pts)
72. (-2) Tyler Reddick 14pts (-666pts)
73. (-2) Jeff Babcock 14pts (-666pts)
74. (-1) Nate Monteith 9pts (-671pts)
75. (-1) Scott Saunders 8pts (-672pts)
76. (-1) Richard Ehrgott 8pts (-672pts)
77. (N/A) Mason Mingus 8pts (-672pts)

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