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Texas: Truck results

Ty Dillon was firmly in the spotlight in the Texas night time on Friday, dominating the race and rarely out of the lead as he raced to a comfortable second Truck Series win of 2013.
A perfect race for Ty Dillon saw the 21-year-old race to victory under the floodlights at the 1.5-mile Texas Motor Speedway on Friday evening, clinching the chequered flag after leading for 130 of the 147-lap NASCAR Camping World Truck Series WinStar World Casino 350.

It's Dillon's second victory of the year and his third in 45 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, and also gave the Richard Childress Racing #3 it's 100th win at NASCAR's national level of competition.

Jeb Burton started from pole position for the second time in three races and for the seventh time in 2013 in 25 series starts after his qualifying lap of 29.813s (181.129mph) was 0.073s faster than Justin Lofton, who is racing this weekend wearing a soft cast on his left hand for a fractured thumb sustained in a wild crash on the final lap of last month's race at Talladega. However, Burton's hopes of repeating his spring win here at Texas took an early blow when Dillon immediately went to the front in a three-wide move at the start to lead for the first 28 laps of the evening race under the floodlights.

The field pitted for the first time under a caution for Brad Keselowski being spun by contact from Lofton, Kyle Busch briefly taking the lead at the restart for a couple of laps before Dillon took back control and went on to lead for another 30 laps before the second caution and round of pit stops on lap 59 instigated by Bryan Silas spinning out in turn 2 following contact with German Quiroga, Busch having already having had to make an unscheduled pit stop in the meantime for overheating issues after picking up debris on the front grille of the #51.

Busch himself was the cause of the third caution on lap 99 when engine failure left his truck trailing a dramatic trail of sparks around the floodlit circuit. While the latest cycle of pit stops didn't interrupt Dillon's latest lengthy spell at the front, the restart on lap 107 certainly did as Ryan Blaney took the opportunity to propel himself into the lead and leave Dillon having to fight off James Buescher for second place. He lost that battle and then succumbed to Johnny Sauter for third, raising the prospect that his early dominating pace was deserting him just as things were coming to a head.

But it proved to be a momentary and purely transient crisis for the #3, and on lap 118 a pass on Blaney on the inside completed Dillon's return to the front and all was right with the world. Despite Max Gresham making contact with the wall on lap 123 there were no further cautions, and Dillon had an untroubled run to the finish over two and a half seconds ahead of Sauter who held on to second place ahead of Ron Hornaday Jr. and Brendan Gaughan, with Lofton nursing his broken thumb home to fifth place ahead of Buescher and last week's race winner Darrell Wallace Jr. who finished in seventh ahead of Miguel Paludo.

In the championship standings Matt Crafton continues to lead James Buescher, with his lead trimmed slightly to 46 points after a lightly anonymous run in the midfield saw him finish in tenth place at Texas.

Race results

1. #3 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing 147 laps 1hrs 30mins 53secs
2. #98 Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing + 2.663s
3. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr NTS Motorsports + 3.407s
4. #62 Brendan Gaughan Richard Childress Racing + 4.060s
5. #6 Justin Lofton Sharp-Gallaher Racing + 6.437s
6. #31 James Buescher Turner Scott Motorsports + 7.358s
7. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports + 11.766s
8. #32 Miguel Paludo Turner Scott Motorsports + 12.670s
9. #7 John Wes Townley Red Horse Racing
10. #88 Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing
11. #93 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing
12. #18 Joey Coulter Kyle Busch Motorsports
13. #24 Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports
14. #77 German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing
15. #29 Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing
16. #17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing
17. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Turn One Racing
18. #8 Max Gresham Sharp-Gallaher Racing
19. #63 Justin Jennings Justin Jennings Racing + 1 lap
20. #21 Spencer Gallagher Gallagher Motorsports + 1 lap
21. #19 Brad Keselowski Brad Keselowski Racing + 1 lap
22. #92 Scott Riggs Ricky Benton Motorsports + 2 laps
23. #81 David Starr SS Green Light Racing + 3 laps
24. #02 Tyler Young Youngs Motorsports + 3 laps
25. #39 Ryan Lynch RSS Racing + 5 laps
26. #4 Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 7 laps Out of fuel
27. #99 Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 11 laps
28. #51 Kyle Busch Kyle Busch Motorsports + 51 laps Engine
29. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 93 laps Radiator
30. #57 Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 109 laps Rear End
31. #84 Mike Harmon Glenden Enterprises + 116 laps Transmission
32. #38 Chris Jones RSS Racing + 141 laps Rear End
33. #07 J.J. Yeley SS GreenLight Racing + 141 laps Suspension
34. #75 Morgan Shepherd Henderson Motorsports + 142 laps Suspension
35. #0 Chris Lafferty Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 143 laps Transmission

Qualifying times

1. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 29.813s (Pole) 181.129mph
2. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 29.886s (+ 0.073s) 180.687mph
3. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 29.888s (+ 0.075s) 180.675mph
4. #32 Miguel Paludo Chev 29.921s (+ 0.108s) 180.475mph
5. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 29.945s (+ 0.132s) 180.331mph
6. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 29.963s (+ 0.150s) 180.222mph
7. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 29.988s (+ 0.175s) 180.072mph
8. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.016s (+ 0.203s) 179.904mph
9. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.021s (+ 0.208s) 179.874mph
10. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.032s (+ 0.219s) 179.808mph
11. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.041s (+ 0.228s) 179.754mph
12. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.051s (+ 0.238s) 179.695mph
13. #19 Brad Keselowski Ford 30.095s (+ 0.282s) 179.432mph
14. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.102s (+ 0.289s) 179.390mph
15. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.103s (+ 0.290s) 179.384mph
16. #93 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 30.114s (+ 0.301s) 179.319mph
17. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.132s (+ 0.319s) 179.211mph
18. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.168s (+ 0.355s) 178.998mph
19. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.187s (+ 0.374s) 178.885mph
20. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 30.292s (+ 0.479s) 178.265mph
21. #02 Tyler Young Chevrolet 30.321s (+ 0.508s) 178.094mph
22. #63 Justin Jennings Chevrolet 30.332s (+ 0.519s) 178.030mph
23. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 30.384s (+ 0.571s) 177.725mph
24. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 30.508s (+ 0.695s) 177.003mph
25. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 30.681s (+ 0.868s) 176.005mph
26. #92 Scott Riggs Chevrolet 30.773s (+ 0.960s) 175.479mph
27. #81 David Starr Toyota 31.009s (+ 1.196s) 174.143mph
28. #07 JJ Yeley Chevrolet 31.080s (+ 1.267s) 173.745mph
29. #39 Ryan Lynch Chevrolet 31.511s (+ 1.698s) 171.369mph
30. #38 Chris Jones Chevrolet 31.564s (+ 1.751s) 171.081mph
31. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Ford 31.659s (+ 1.846s) 170.568mph
32. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 32.717s (+ 2.904s) 165.052mph
33. #75 Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 33.291s (+ 3.478s) 162.206mph
34. #57 Norm Benning Chevrolet 33.507s (+ 3.694s) 161.160mph
35. #0 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 34.842s (+ 5.029s) 154.985mph

Practice 2 times

1. #19 Brad Keselowski Ford 29.761s (Leader) 181.446mph (26 laps)
2. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 29.785s (-0.024s) 181.299mph (40 laps)
3. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 29.841s (-0.080s) 180.959mph (35 laps)
4. #32 Miguel Paludo Chv 29.861s (-0.100s) 180.838mph (23 laps)
5. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 29.880s (-0.119s) 180.723mph (42 laps)
6. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 29.920s (-0.159s) 180.481mph (31 laps)
7. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 29.925s (-0.164s) 180.451mph (30 laps)
8. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 29.986s (-0.225s) 180.084mph (30 laps)
9. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.065s (-0.304s) 179.611mph (38 laps)
10. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.068s (-0.307s) 179.593mph (31 laps)
11. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 30.070s (-0.309s) 179.581mph (31 laps)
12. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.076s (-0.315s) 179.545mph (13 laps)
13. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.131s (-0.370s) 179.217mph (36 laps)
14. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.153s (-0.392s) 179.087mph (42 laps)
15. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.153s (-0.392s) 179.087mph (22 laps)
16. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.169s (-0.408s) 178.992mph (33 laps)
17. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 30.169s (-0.408s) 178.992mph (39 laps)
18. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.180s (-0.419s) 178.926mph (21 laps)
19. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.204s (-0.443s) 178.784mph (35 laps)
20. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.335s (-0.574s) 178.012mph (36 laps)
21. #63 Justin Jennings Chevrolet 30.401s (-0.640s) 177.626mph (24 laps)
22. #02 Tyler Young Chevrolet 30.406s (-0.645s) 177.597mph (20 laps)
23. #93 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 30.408s (-0.647s) 177.585mph (31 laps)
24. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 30.409s (-0.648s) 177.579mph (34 laps)
25. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 30.472s (-0.711s) 177.212mph (17 laps)
26. #92 Scott Riggs Chev 30.653s (-0.892s) 176.165mph (8 laps)
27. #07 JJ Yeley Chevrolet 30.733s (-0.972s) 175.707mph (5 laps)
28. #81 David Starr Toyota 30.785s (-1.024s) 175.410mph (22 laps)
29. #38 Chris Jones Chevrolet 30.862s (-1.101s) 174.972mph (2 laps)
30. #39 Ryan Lynch Chev 31.621s (-1.860s) 170.773mph (40 laps)
31. #10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Ford 31.699s (-1.938s) 170.352mph (13 laps)
32. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 33.093s (-3.332s) 163.177mph (1 laps)
33. #57 Norm Benning Chev 33.661s (-3.900s) 160.423mph (4 laps)
34. #0 Chris Lafferty Chevrolet 34.469s (-4.708s) 156.663mph (1 laps)
35. #75 Morgan Shepherd Chev 35.022s (-5.261s) 154.189mph (3 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. #32 Miguel Paludo Chev 29.938s (Leader) 180.373mph (7 laps)
2. #6 Justin Lofton Chevrolet 29.994s (-0.056s) 180.036mph (5 laps)
3. #3 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 30.001s (-0.063s) 179.994mph (6 laps)
4. #88 Matt Crafton Toyota 30.023s (-0.085s) 179.862mph (7 laps)
5. #4 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.032s (-0.094s) 179.808mph (8 laps)
6. #7 John Wes Townley Toyota 30.033s (-0.095s) 179.802mph (21 laps)
7. #51 Kyle Busch Toyota 30.067s (-0.129s) 179.599mph (9 laps)
8. #31 James Buescher Chevrolet 30.070s (-0.132s) 179.581mph (7 laps)
9. #77 German Quiroga Toyota 30.114s (-0.176s) 179.319mph (15 laps)
10. #24 Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 30.118s (-0.180s) 179.295mph (11 laps)
11. #98 Johnny Sauter Toyota 30.138s (-0.200s) 179.176mph (9 laps)
12. #29 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.139s (-0.201s) 179.170mph (5 laps)
13. #8 Max Gresham Chevrolet 30.161s (-0.223s) 179.039mph (9 laps)
14. #9 Ron Hornaday Jr. Chevrolet 30.172s (-0.234s) 178.974mph (14 laps)
15. #19 Brad Keselowski Ford 30.214s (-0.276s) 178.725mph (2 laps)
16. #62 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 30.253s (-0.315s) 178.495mph (3 laps)
17. #54 Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 30.254s (-0.316s) 178.489mph (7 laps)
18. #93 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet 30.259s (-0.321s) 178.459mph (2 laps)
19. #60 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.260s (-0.322s) 178.453mph (10 laps)
20. #17 Timothy Peters Toyota 30.308s (-0.370s) 178.171mph (13 laps)
21. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.314s (-0.376s) 178.136mph (10 laps)
22. #02 Tyler Young Chevrolet 30.452s (-0.514s) 177.328mph (7 laps)
23. #63 Justin Jennings Chevrolet 30.511s (-0.573s) 176.985mph (12 laps)
24. #21 Spencer Gallagher Chevrolet 30.617s (-0.679s) 176.373mph (8 laps)
25. #99 Bryan Silas Ford 30.628s (-0.690s) 176.309mph (3 laps)
26. #81 David Starr Toyota 30.666s (-0.728s) 176.091mph (6 laps)
27. #39 Ryan Lynch Chev 31.856s (-1.918s) 169.513mph (23 laps)
28. #92 Scott Riggs Chev 32.153s (-2.215s) 167.947mph (1 laps)
29. #84 Mike Harmon Chevrolet 33.123s (-3.185s) 163.029mph (1 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Matt Crafton 741pts
2. (--) James Buescher 695pts (-46pts)
3. (--) Ty Dillon 694pts (-47pts)
4. (+1) Johnny Sauter 667pts (-74pts)
5. (-1) Jeb Burton # 657pts (-84pts)
6. (+2) Darrell Wallace Jr. # 651pts (-90pts)
7. (--) Miguel Paludo 651pts (-90pts)
8. (-2) Ryan Blaney # 645pts (-96pts)
9. (--) Brendan Gaughan 635pts (-106pts)
10. (--) Timothy Peters 620pts (-121pts)
11. (--) Ron Hornaday Jr. 596pts (-145pts)
12. (+1) John Wes Townley 586pts (-155pts)
13. (-1) Dakoda Armstrong 582pts (-159pts)
14. (--) Joey Coulter 570pts (-171pts)
15. (--) German Quiroga # 556pts (-185pts)
16. (--) Max Gresham 528pts (-213pts)
17. (--) Ryan Sieg 441pts (-300pts)
18. (+1) Brennan Newberry # 411pts (-330pts)
19. (-1) Ross Chastain 404pts (-337pts)
20. (--) Bryan Silas 343pts (-398pts)
21. (--) Norm Benning 334pts (-407pts)
22. (--) Jeff Agnew 288pts (-453pts)
23. (--) Chase Elliott 281pts (-460pts)
24. (+1) David Starr 263pts (-478pts)
25. (-1) Tim George Jr. 252pts (-489pts)
26. (+2) Justin Lofton 250pts (-491pts)
27. (-1) Jennifer Jo Cobb 243pts (-498pts)
28. (-1) Todd Bodine 215pts (-526pts)
29. (+3) Justin Jennings 157pts (-584pts)
30. (-1) Chris Jones 156pts (-585pts)
31. (-1) Erik Jones 147pts (-594pts)
32. (+2) Tyler Young 139pts (-602pts)
33. (-2) Caleb Holman 135pts (-606pts)
34. (+2) Chris Lafferty 124pts (-617pts)
35. (-2) Benjamin Kennedy 121pts (-620pts)
36. (-1) Chad Hackenbracht 116pts (-625pts)
37. (--) Clay Greenfield 87pts (-654pts)
38. (--) Chris Cockrum 77pts (-664pts)
39. (--) Brandon Jones 67pts (-674pts)
40. (--) Brett Moffitt 57pts (-684pts)
41. (--) Jimmy Weller III 55pts (-686pts)
42. (--) Jake Crum 54pts (-687pts)
43. (+14) Spencer Gallagher 46pts (-695pts)
44. (-1) Chris Fontaine 40pts (-701pts)
45. (-1) Kyle Martel 40pts (-701pts)
46. (-1) Cj Faison 39pts (-702pts)
47. (+13) Ryan Lynch 39pts (-702pts)
48. (-2) Matthew Kurzejewski 37pts (-704pts)
49. (-2) Jared Landers 32pts (-709pts)
50. (-2) Todd Peck 32pts (-709pts)
51. (-2) Cale Gale 31pts (-710pts)
52. (-2) Tracy Hines 31pts (-710pts)
53. (-2) Mike Skeen 31pts (-710pts)
54. (-2) Sean Corr 29pts (-712pts)
55. (-2) John Hunter 28pts (-713pts)
56. (-2) John King 26pts (-715pts)
57. (-2) Dusty Davis 24pts (-717pts)
58. (-2) Frank Kimmel 23pts (-718pts)
59. (-1) Matt McCall 22pts (-719pts)
60. (-1) Devin Jones 20pts (-721pts)
61. (--) Scott Stenzel 19pts (-722pts)
62. (--) Clay Rogers 19pts (-722pts)
63. (--) Josh Reaume 19pts (-722pts)
64. (--) Scott Bloomquist 19pts (-722pts)
65. (--) Alex Guenette 19pts (-722pts)
66. (--) Grant Galloway 17pts (-724pts)
67. (--) Johnny Chapman 16pts (-725pts)
68. (--) Ryan Truex 16pts (-725pts)
69. (--) Robert Bruce 16pts (-725pts)
70. (--) Caleb Roark 16pts (-725pts)
71. (--) Dominick Casola 15pts (-726pts)
72. (--) Steve Smith 15pts (-726pts)
73. (--) Tyler Reddick 14pts (-727pts)
74. (--) Jeff Babcock 14pts (-727pts)
75. (--) Daniel Hemric 12pts (-729pts)
76. (+1) Nate Monteith 9pts (-732pts)
77. (+1) Scott Saunders 8pts (-733pts)
78. (+1) Richard Ehrgott 8pts (-733pts)
79. (+1) Mason Mingus 8pts (-733pts)

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