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Martinsville: Truck results

Darrell Wallace Jr. claimed his first win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville on Saturday afternoon, which saw Kevin Harvick fall out with his Cup boss Richard Childress.
Darrell Wallace Jr. became the first African-American driver since Wendell Scott in December 1963 to win a national-level NASCAR stock car race, claiming victory in the Camping World Truck Series Kroger 200 at the half-mile Martinsville Speedway "paperclip" short track on Saturday afternoon. Wallace crossed the finish line over a second clear of the rest of the field in his 19th race in the series after leading for 96 of the 200 laps, which meant he stayed safely out of reach of a late spate of spins and accidents - including one that spilled out into a tussle on pit road.

It had been Denny Hamlin who started from pole position - as he will also do for Sunday afternoon's Cup race - after he had claimed his first pole in just 16 Truck starts on Friday. However he was soon passed by Johnny Sauter, even before an early caution on lap 3 for a spin into the wall for Clay Greenfield in turn 1 that also caught up Ryan Sieg and left Kevin Harvick with some light damage. Sauter continued to lead at the restart on lap 6, but three laps later was passed on the low side by his Kyle Busch Motorsport team mate Darrell Wallace Jr.

Eventually Hamlin refound his pace on passed first Sauter and then Wallace for the lead on lap 41, and stayed in charge until lap 69 when Ryan Blaney was spun out at turn 4 after contact with Joey Coulter which allowed for a round of pit stops under the ensuing caution. There was another quick caution for Miguel Paluda spinning in turn 2 on lap 90, and then another soon after the next attempt at a restart on lap 98 when Sauter made contact with Ron Hornaday Jr. in turn 2, sending the #9 high up toward the wall and leaving debris on the track.

Wallace took the lead from Hamlin at the restart with Hamlin losing ground and dropping back to tenth, although he insisted over the team radio that he wasn't worried by the turn of events. Wallace himself held the lead through to lap 121 when Ross Chastain went to the front, and he was still there when James Buescher spun in turn 2 on lap 127. That allowed the field to pit under the caution, although Chastain surprisingly opted to stay out and was joined at the front for the restart by Blaney, followed by Harvick, Ty Dillon, Hamlin, Wallace, Matt Crafton and Jeb Burton.

Dillon took the lead before the next caution on lap 137 for Hornaday hitting the wall in turn 4, this time after contact with Ben Kennedy. At the restart there was disaster for Hamlin who spun and hit the inside wall on the frontstretch while battling with Crafton, bringing out the yellow and sending Hamlin to pit road for repairs putting him down to 21st place. Wallace retook the lead from Dillon at the restart on lap 151. There were further cautions for spins by Jeff Agnew (lap 170) and Brennan Newberry (lap 180), and then a multi-truck incident on lap 188 which saw Dillon and Harvick bump and jostle themselves into an accident that also involved Crafton and Chase Elliott.

Wallace continued to lead at the restart on lap 195 with six laps remaining, and there were no further interruptions before the chequered flag which saw Wallace finish 1.673s ahead of Brendan Gaughan. Meanwhile the fall-out from the Harvick/Dillon spilled out onto pit road with the two crews coming into conflict and NASCAR dispatching security to take care of the situation. Feelings were entrenched on both sides, Childress telling Dillon (his grandson) to "Turn his ass upside down. Don't take no shit" - which he did his best to try and do as the pair headed for pit road. Meanwhile Harvick, who races for Childress in the Cup series, was no less reticent in making his feelings known

"[Dillon] just dumped me," Harvick fumed. "Exactly the reason why I'm leaving RCR because you've got those kids coming up, and they've got no respect for what they do in this sport and they've had everything fed to them with a spoon ... I cut him slack all day, and he just dive-bombs me in there, dumps me. It's a shame you've got to get taken out by some rich kid like that."

Chilress responded that he was "disappointed, very disappointed - that's all I can say" with Harvick's comments, while Dillon said he didn't care what Harvick had said. "He was kind of hogging the bottom, and I just kept diving to the inside," Dillon responded. "I was low, and he kept chopping down, chopping down. It was getting toward the end of the race and I gave him a tap and he got sideways, but then he hit the brakes to try to brake-check me in the middle of the corner."

Given that Harvick has four races left with Richard Childress Racing and is currently in join third place in the standings, it's a spectacular falling out with potentially major championship repercussions. It's a shame that it slightly overshadows Wallace's historic win, which is also an important milestone for NASCAR's diversity efforts. Meanwhile, despite being involved in the Harvick/Dillon spat, Matt Crafton continues to lead the point standings by 51 points over James Buescher with just three races remaining in the series at Texas, Phoenix and Homestead-Miami Speedeway in November.

Race results

1. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports 200 laps 1hrs 34mins 47secs
2. #62 Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 1.673s
3. #4 Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 1.901s
4. #30 Ben Kennedy Turner Scott Motorsports + 2.221s
5. #29 Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing + 2.400s
6. #51 Denny Hamlin Kyle Busch Motorsports + 2.631s
7. #77 German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing + 2.850s
8. #98 Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing + 3.346s
9. #92 Scott Riggs Ricky Benton Motorsports + 4.540s
10. #31 James Buescher Turner Scott Motorsports + 4.659s
11. #8 Max Gresham Sharp-Gallaher Racing + 5.276s
12. #18 Joey Coulter Kyle Busch Motorsports + 5.306s
13. #7 John Wes Townley Red Horse Racing + 5.828s
14. #19 Ross Chastain Brad Keslowski Racing + 5.944s
15. #27 Jeff Agnew Hillman Racing + 6.097s
16. #22 John H. Nemechek NEMCO Motorsports + 6.280s
17. #88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing + 6.481s
18. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Turn One Racing + 6.716s
19. #33 Brandon Jones Turner Scott Motorsports + 6.959s
20. #94 Chase Elliott Hendrick Motorsports + 7.342s
21. #32 Miguel Paludo Turner Scott Motorsports + 8.297s
22. #3 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 13.022s
23. #75 Caleb Holman Henderson Motorsports + 1 lap
24. #24 Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports + 1 lap
25. #39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing + 3 laps
26. #17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing + 5 laps
27. #68 Clay Greenfield Clay Greenfield Motorsports + 5 laps
28. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr NTS Motorsports + 6 laps
29. #57 Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 7 laps
30. #14 Kevin Harvick NTS Motorsports + 11 laps Accident
31. #81 Timmy Hill SS Green Light Racing + 14 laps
32. #6 Daniel Hemric Sharp-Gallaher Racing + 60 laps
33. #99 Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 63 laps Accident
34. #84 Bradley Riethmeyer Glenden Enterprises + 148 laps Clutch
35. #93 Chris Jones RSS Racing + 189 laps Brakes
36. #07 Jimmy Weller III SS Green Light Racing + 194 laps Rear Gear

Qualifying times

1. #51 Denny Hamlin Toyota 19.625s (Pole) 96.489mph
2. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 19.627s (+ 0.002s) 96.479mph
3. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 19.644s (+ 0.019s) 96.396mph
4. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 19.669s (+ 0.044s) 96.273mph
5. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 19.686s (+ 0.061s) 96.190mph
6. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 19.704s (+ 0.079s) 96.102mph
7. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 19.723s (+ 0.098s) 96.010mph
8. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 19.732s (+ 0.107s) 95.966mph
9. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 19.740s (+ 0.115s) 95.927mph
10. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 19.758s (+ 0.133s) 95.840mph
11. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 19.790s (+ 0.165s) 95.685mph
12. #94 Chase Elliott Chevrolet 19.793s (+ 0.168s) 95.670mph
13. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 19.830s (+ 0.205s) 95.492mph
14. #30 Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 19.831s (+ 0.206s) 95.487mph
15. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 19.839s (+ 0.214s) 95.448mph
16. #6 Daniel Hemric Chevrolet 19.852s (+ 0.227s) 95.386mph
17. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 19.853s (+ 0.228s) 95.381mph
18. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 19.931s (+ 0.306s) 95.008mph
19. #75 Caleb Holman Chevrolet 19.932s (+ 0.307s) 95.003mph
20. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 19.934s (+ 0.309s) 94.993mph
21. #14 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 19.935s (+ 0.310s) 94.989mph
22. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 19.941s (+ 0.316s) 94.960mph
23. #33 Brandon Jones Chevrolet 19.956s (+ 0.331s) 94.889mph
24. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 19.967s (+ 0.342s) 94.836mph
25. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 19.980s (+ 0.355s) 94.775mph
26. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 20.025s (+ 0.400s) 94.562mph
27. #81 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 20.080s (+ 0.455s) 94.303mph
28. #92 Scott Riggs Chevrolet 20.086s (+ 0.461s) 94.275mph
29. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 20.124s (+ 0.499s) 94.097mph
30. #22 John H. Nemechek Toyota 20.168s (+ 0.543s) 93.891mph
31. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 20.201s (+ 0.576s) 93.738mph
32. #84 Brad Riethmeyer Chevrolet 20.429s (+ 0.804s) 92.692mph
33. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 20.588s (+ 0.963s) 91.976mph
34. #07 Jimmy Weller Toyota 21.266s (+ 1.641s) 89.044mph
35. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 21.397s (+ 1.772s) 88.498mph
36. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 20.499s (+ 0.874s) 92.375mph

Did Not Qualify

#21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 20.526s (+ 0.901s) 92.254mph
#10 Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 22.757s (+ 3.132s) 83.210mph

Practice 2 times

1. #51 Denny Hamlin Toyota 19.575s (Leader) 96.736mph (37 laps)
2. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 19.597s (-0.022s) 96.627mph (22 laps)
3. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 19.745s (-0.170s) 95.903mph (36 laps)
4. #6 Daniel Hemric Chevrolet 19.749s (-0.174s) 95.883mph (50 laps)
5. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 19.761s (-0.186s) 95.825mph (38 laps)
6. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 19.797s (-0.222s) 95.651mph (38 laps)
7. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 19.804s (-0.229s) 95.617mph (40 laps)
8. #94 Chase Elliott Chevrolet 19.806s (-0.231s) 95.607mph (72 laps)
9. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 19.806s (-0.231s) 95.607mph (28 laps)
10. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 19.822s (-0.247s) 95.530mph (42 laps)
11. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 19.836s (-0.261s) 95.463mph (23 laps)
12. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 19.868s (-0.293s) 95.309mph (21 laps)
13. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 19.872s (-0.297s) 95.290mph (13 laps)
14. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 19.874s (-0.299s) 95.280mph (38 laps)
15. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 19.890s (-0.315s) 95.204mph (31 laps)
16. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 19.898s (-0.323s) 95.165mph (25 laps)
17. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 19.912s (-0.337s) 95.098mph (29 laps)
18. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 19.930s (-0.355s) 95.013mph (49 laps)
19. #92 Scott Riggs Chevrolet 19.931s (-0.356s) 95.008mph (26 laps)
20. #30 Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 19.957s (-0.382s) 94.884mph (54 laps)
21. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 19.984s (-0.409s) 94.756mph (62 laps)
22. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 20.051s (-0.476s) 94.439mph (40 laps)
23. #22 John H. Nemechek Toyota 20.070s (-0.495s) 94.350mph (58 laps)
24. #81 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 20.101s (-0.526s) 94.204mph (35 laps)
25. #75 Caleb Holman Chevrolet 20.139s (-0.564s) 94.027mph (36 laps)
26. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 20.179s (-0.604s) 93.840mph (54 laps)
27. #33 Brandon Jones Chevrolet 20.180s (-0.605s) 93.836mph (61 laps)
28. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 20.195s (-0.620s) 93.766mph (57 laps)
29. #14 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 20.201s (-0.626s) 93.738mph (34 laps)
30. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 20.227s (-0.652s) 93.617mph (20 laps)
31. #93 Chris Jones Chevrolet 20.268s (-0.693s) 93.428mph (18 laps)
32. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 20.322s (-0.747s) 93.180mph (23 laps)
33. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 20.351s (-0.776s) 93.047mph (39 laps)
34. #84 Brad Riethmeyer Chevrolet 20.528s (-0.953s) 92.245mph (32 laps)
35. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 20.595s (-1.020s) 91.945mph (13 laps)
36. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 21.253s (-1.678s) 89.098mph (6 laps)
37. #07 Jimmy Weller Toyota 21.546s (-1.971s) 87.886mph (11 laps)
38. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 23.104s (-3.529s) 81.960mph (3 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. #19 Ross Chastain Ford 19.807s (Leader) 95.603mph (24 laps)
2. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 19.815s (-0.008s) 95.564mph (26 laps)
3. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 19.835s (-0.028s) 95.468mph (16 laps)
4. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 19.861s (-0.054s) 95.343mph (24 laps)
5. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 19.891s (-0.084s) 95.199mph (17 laps)
6. #6 Daniel Hemric Chevrolet 19.892s (-0.085s) 95.194mph (45 laps)
7. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 19.932s (-0.125s) 95.003mph (27 laps)
8. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 19.946s (-0.139s) 94.936mph (34 laps)
9. #27 Jeff Agnew Chevrolet 19.961s (-0.154s) 94.865mph (30 laps)
10. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 19.961s (-0.154s) 94.865mph (32 laps)
11. #94 Chase Elliott Chevrolet 19.990s (-0.183s) 94.727mph (53 laps)
12. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 20.002s (-0.195s) 94.671mph (31 laps)
13. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 20.006s (-0.199s) 94.652mph (39 laps)
14. #32 Miguel Paludo Chevrolet 20.019s (-0.212s) 94.590mph (37 laps)
15. #51 Denny Hamlin Toyota 20.033s (-0.226s) 94.524mph (22 laps)
16. #92 Scott Riggs Chevrolet 20.040s (-0.233s) 94.491mph (37 laps)
17. #39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 20.047s (-0.240s) 94.458mph (44 laps)
18. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 20.082s (-0.275s) 94.293mph (28 laps)
19. #30 Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 20.093s (-0.286s) 94.242mph (47 laps)
20. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 20.097s (-0.290s) 94.223mph (31 laps)
21. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 20.135s (-0.328s) 94.045mph (31 laps)
22. #14 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 20.165s (-0.358s) 93.905mph (9 laps)
23. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 20.175s (-0.368s) 93.859mph (28 laps)
24. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 20.179s (-0.372s) 93.840mph (22 laps)
25. #33 Brandon Jones Chevrolet 20.236s (-0.429s) 93.576mph (50 laps)
26. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 20.262s (-0.455s) 93.456mph (36 laps)
27. #81 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 20.282s (-0.475s) 93.364mph (43 laps)
28. #75 Caleb Holman Chevrolet 20.310s (-0.503s) 93.235mph (45 laps)
29. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 20.342s (-0.535s) 93.088mph (46 laps)
30. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 20.343s (-0.536s) 93.084mph (45 laps)
31. #68 Clay Greenfield RAM 20.396s (-0.589s) 92.842mph (37 laps)
32. #22 John H. Nemechek Toyota 20.409s (-0.602s) 92.783mph (49 laps)
33. #84 Brad Riethmeyer Chevrolet 20.474s (-0.667s) 92.488mph (13 laps)
34. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 23.055s (-3.248s) 82.134mph (3 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Matt Crafton 707pts
2. (+1) James Buescher 656pts (-51pts)
3. (-1) Ty Dillon 646pts (-61pts)
4. (--) Jeb Burton # 639pts (-68pts)
5. (+1) Johnny Sauter 625pts (-82pts)
6. (+1) Ryan Blaney # 615pts (-92pts)
7. (-2) Miguel Paludo 615pts (-92pts)
8. (+1) Darrell Wallace Jr. # 614pts (-93pts)
9. (+1) Brendan Gaughan 595pts (-112pts)
10. (-2) Timothy Peters 592pts (-115pts)
11. (--) Ron Hornaday Jr. 555pts (-152pts)
12. (--) Dakoda Armstrong 555pts (-152pts)
13. (--) John Wes Townley 551pts (-156pts)
14. (--) Joey Coulter 538pts (-169pts)
15. (--) German Quiroga # 526pts (-181pts)
16. (--) Max Gresham 502pts (-205pts)
17. (--) Ryan Sieg 408pts (-299pts)
18. (--) Ross Chastain 404pts (-303pts)
19. (--) Brennan Newberry # 380pts (-327pts)
20. (--) Bryan Silas 326pts (-381pts)
21. (--) Norm Benning 320pts (-387pts)
22. (--) Jeff Agnew 288pts (-419pts)
23. (--) Chase Elliott 281pts (-426pts)
24. (--) Tim George Jr. 252pts (-455pts)
25. (--) David Starr 242pts (-465pts)
26. (--) Jennifer Jo Cobb 228pts (-479pts)
27. (--) Todd Bodine 215pts (-492pts)
28. (--) Justin Lofton 210pts (-497pts)
29. (+1) Chris Jones 156pts (-551pts)
30. (-1) Erik Jones 147pts (-560pts)
31. (+4) Caleb Holman 135pts (-572pts)
32. (-1) Justin Jennings 132pts (-575pts)
33. (+4) Ben Kennedy 121pts (-586pts)
34. (-2) Tyler Young 119pts (-588pts)
35. (-2) Chad Hackenbracht 116pts (-591pts)
36. (-2) Chris Lafferty 115pts (-592pts)
37. (-1) Clay Greenfield 87pts (-620pts)
38. (--) Chris Cockrum 77pts (-630pts)
39. (+3) Brandon Jones 67pts (-640pts)
40. (-1) Brett Moffitt 57pts (-650pts)
41. (--) Jimmy Weller 55pts (-652pts)
42. (-2) Jake Crum 54pts (-653pts)
43. (--) Chris Fontaine 40pts (-667pts)
44. (--) Kyle Martel 40pts (-667pts)
45. (--) Cj Faison 39pts (-668pts)
46. (--) Matthew Kurzejewski 37pts (-670pts)
47. (--) Jared Landers 32pts (-675pts)
48. (--) Todd Peck 32pts (-675pts)
49. (--) Cale Gale 31pts (-676pts)
50. (--) Tracy Hines 31pts (-676pts)
51. (--) Mike Skeen 31pts (-676pts)
52. (--) Sean Corr 29pts (-678pts)
53. (N/A) John H. Nemechek 28pts (-679pts)
54. (-1) John King 26pts (-681pts)
55. (-1) Dusty Davis 24pts (-683pts)
56. (-1) Frank Kimmel 23pts (-684pts)
57. (-1) Spencer Gallagher 22pts (-685pts)
58. (-1) Matt McCall 22pts (-685pts)
59. (-1) Devin Jones 20pts (-687pts)
60. (-1) Ryan Lynch 20pts (-687pts)
61. (-1) Scott Stenzel 19pts (-688pts)
62. (-1) Clay Rogers 19pts (-688pts)
63. (-1) Josh Reaume 19pts (-688pts)
64. (-1) Scott Bloomquist 19pts (-688pts)
65. (-1) Alex Guenette 19pts (-688pts)
66. (-1) Grant Galloway 17pts (-690pts)
67. (-1) Johnny Chapman 16pts (-691pts)
68. (-1) Ryan Truex 16pts (-691pts)
69. (-1) Robert Bruce 16pts (-691pts)
70. (-1) Caleb Roark 16pts (-691pts)
71. (-1) Dominick Casola 15pts (-692pts)
72. (-1) Steve Smith 15pts (-692pts)
73. (-1) Tyler Reddick 14pts (-693pts)
74. (-1) Jeff Babcock 14pts (-693pts)
75. (N/A) Daniel Hemric 12pts (-695pts)
76. (N/A) Brad Riethmeyer 10pts (-697pts)
77. (-3) Nate Monteith 9pts (-698pts)
78. (-3) Scott Saunders 8pts (-699pts)
79. (-3) Richard Ehrgott 8pts (-699pts)
80. (-3) Mason Mingus 8pts (-699pts)

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