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NASCAR Truck Mosport: Race result

Full results from the 14th round of the 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, the Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Ontario, Canada.
Blaney edges Quiroga at Mosport

Race results

1. Ryan Blaney Brad Keselowski Racing 1hrs 42mins 4secs after 64 laps
2. German Quiroga Jr Red Horse Racing + 0.049s
3. Erik Jones Kyle Busch Motorsports + 3.109s
4. Gray Gaulding NTS Motorsports + 3.558s
5. Andrew Ranger NDS Motorsports + 4.105s
6. Matt Crafton ThorSport Racing + 4.966s
7. Brennan Newberry NTS Motorsports + 5.159s
8. Johnny Sauter ThorSport Racing + 8.009s
9. Cole Custer Haas Racing Development + 8.624s
10. Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing + 10.086s
11. Cameron Hayley Turner Scott Motorsports + 11.420s
12. Darrell Wallace Jr Kyle Busch Motorsports + 12.165s
13. Joey Coulter GMS Racing + 12.894s
14. Mason Mingus RSS Racing + 21.415s
15. Ben Kennedy Turner Scott Motorsports + 61.168s
16. Alex Tagliani Brad Keselowski Racing + 1 lap
17. Jeb Burton ThorSport Racing + 1 lap
18. Tyler Young Youngs Motorsports + 1 lap
19. Bryan Silas T3R Racing + 1 lap
20. Ray Courtemanche Jr SS-Green Light Racing + 1 lap
21. T.J. Bell MAKE Motorsports + 2 laps
22. Norm Benning Norm Benning Racing + 6 laps
23. Jennifer Jo Cobb Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 10 laps
24. Scott Stenzel MB Motorsports + 19 laps
25. John Hunter Nemechek SWM-NEMCO Motorsports + 38 laps Transmission
26. Justin Jennings Justin Jennings Racing + 49 laps Transmission
27. B J McLeod SS-Green Light Racing + 56 laps Ignition
28. Caleb Roark Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing + 66 laps Clutch

Qualifying times

Qualifying Round 2

1. Alex Tagliani Ford 80.558s (Pole) 109.889mph (2 laps)
2. Gray Gaulding Chevrolet 80.991s (+ 0.433s) 109.301mph (2 laps)
3. Erik Jones Toyota 81.015s (+ 0.457s) 109.269mph (3 laps)
4. German Quiroga Toyota 81.057s (+ 0.499s) 109.212mph (2 laps)
5. Cole Custer Chevrolet 81.207s (+ 0.649s) 109.010mph (2 laps)
6. Andrew Ranger RAM 81.359s (+ 0.801s) 108.807mph (3 laps)
7. Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 81.405s (+ 0.847s) 108.745mph (2 laps)
8. Matt Crafton Toyota 81.418s (+ 0.860s) 108.728mph (3 laps)
9. Timothy Peters Toyota 81.576s (+ 1.018s) 108.517mph (2 laps)
10. Cameron Hayley Chevrolet 82.020s (+ 1.462s) 107.930mph (2 laps)
11. Johnny Sauter Toyota 82.169s (+ 1.611s) 107.734mph (4 laps)
12. Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 82.247s (+ 1.689s) 107.632mph (3 laps)

Qualifying Round 1

1. Alex Tagliani Ford 81.285s (Top) 108.906mph (1 laps)
2. Gray Gaulding Chevrolet 81.338s (+ 0.053s) 108.835mph (2 laps)
3. Erik Jones Toyota 81.410s (+ 0.125s) 108.738mph (1 laps)
4. Matt Crafton Toyota 81.452s (+ 0.167s) 108.682mph (3 laps)
5. German Quiroga Toyota 81.509s (+ 0.224s) 108.606mph (2 laps)
6. Johnny Sauter Toyota 81.556s (+ 0.271s) 108.544mph (3 laps)
7. Cole Custer Chevrolet 81.563s (+ 0.278s) 108.535mph (2 laps)
8. Andrew Ranger RAM 81.591s (+ 0.306s) 108.497mph (2 laps)
9. Timothy Peters Toyota 81.681s (+ 0.396s) 108.378mph (2 laps)
10. Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 81.723s (+ 0.438s) 108.322mph (2 laps)
11. Cameron Hayley Chevrolet 81.734s (+ 0.449s) 108.307mph (4 laps)
12. Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 81.818s (+ 0.533s) 108.196mph (5 laps)

13. Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 81.857s (+ 0.572s) 108.145mph (5 laps)
14. Ryan Blaney Ford 82.346s (+ 1.061s) 107.502mph (4 laps)
15. Joey Coulter Chevrolet 82.382s (+ 1.097s) 107.456mph (1 laps)
16. John H. Nemechek Toyota 82.841s (+ 1.556s) 106.860mph (5 laps)
17. Jeb Burton Toyota 82.897s (+ 1.612s) 106.788mph (1 laps)
18. Bryan Silas Chevrolet 83.079s (+ 1.794s) 106.554mph (2 laps)
19. Tyler Young Chevrolet 83.555s (+ 2.270s) 105.947mph (4 laps)
20. Mason Mingus Toyota 84.202s (+ 2.917s) 105.133mph (2 laps)
21. Ray Courtemanche Jr. Chevrolet 85.406s (+ 4.121s) 103.651mph (7 laps)
22. TJ Bell Chevrolet 85.737s (+ 4.452s) 103.251mph (3 laps)
23. Scott Stenzel Chevrolet 89.179s (+ 7.894s) 99.266mph (3 laps)
24. BJ McLeod Chevrolet 89.250s (+ 7.965s) 99.187mph (1 laps)
25. Justin Jennings Chevrolet 89.657s (+ 8.372s) 98.736mph (2 laps)
26. Norm Benning Chevrolet 90.687s (+ 9.402s) 97.615mph (3 laps)
27. Jennifer Jo Cobb RAM 94.980s (+ 13.695s) 93.203mph (2 laps)
28. Caleb Roark RAM 123.442s (+ 42.157s) 71.713mph (1 laps)

Practice 2 times

1. Andrew Ranger RAM 80.760s (Top) 109.614mph (13 laps)
2. German Quiroga Toyota 80.772s (-0.012s) 109.597mph (7 laps)
3. Cole Custer Chevrolet 80.825s (-0.065s) 109.526mph (17 laps)
4. Ryan Blaney Ford 80.832s (-0.072s) 109.516mph (14 laps)
5. Gray Gaulding Chevrolet 80.886s (-0.126s) 109.443mph (16 laps)
6. Alex Tagliani Ford 80.917s (-0.157s) 109.401mph (15 laps)
7. Matt Crafton Toyota 81.183s (-0.423s) 109.043mph (14 laps)
8. Erik Jones Toyota 81.216s (-0.456s) 108.998mph (19 laps)
9. Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 81.303s (-0.543s) 108.882mph (16 laps)
10. Johnny Sauter Toyota 81.352s (-0.592s) 108.816mph (19 laps)
11. Cameron Hayley Chevrolet 81.454s (-0.694s) 108.680mph (24 laps)
12. Jeb Burton Toyota 81.460s (-0.700s) 108.672mph (20 laps)
13. Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 81.576s (-0.816s) 108.517mph (9 laps)
14. Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 81.671s (-0.911s) 108.391mph (27 laps)
15. Timothy Peters Toyota 81.747s (-0.987s) 108.290mph (14 laps)
16. Joey Coulter Chevrolet 81.818s (-1.058s) 108.196mph (15 laps)
17. Bryan Silas Chevrolet 82.670s (-1.910s) 107.081mph (15 laps)
18. John H. Nemechek Toyota 82.902s (-2.142s) 106.782mph (17 laps)
19. Tyler Young Chevrolet 83.625s (-2.865s) 105.858mph (26 laps)
20. Mason Mingus Toyota 85.329s (-4.569s) 103.744mph (19 laps)
21. Ray Courtemanche Jr. Chevrolet 85.404s (-4.644s) 103.653mph (26 laps)
22. Scott Stenzel Chevrolet 87.565s (-6.805s) 101.095mph (14 laps)
23. TJ Bell Chevrolet 89.408s (-8.648s) 99.011mph (2 laps)
24. BJ McLeod Chevrolet 90.404s (-9.644s) 97.920mph (3 laps)
25. Justin Jennings Chevrolet 90.545s (-9.785s) 97.768mph (2 laps)
26. Norm Benning Chevrolet 90.690s (-9.930s) 97.612mph (3 laps)
27. C Roark RAM 96.917s (-16.157s) 91.340mph (4 laps)

Practice 1 times

1. German Quiroga Toyota 81.239s (Top) 108.967mph (10 laps)
2. Brennan Newberry Chevrolet 81.595s (-0.356s) 108.492mph (10 laps)
3. Alex Tagliani Ford 81.660s (-0.421s) 108.406mph (13 laps)
4. Gray Gaulding Chevrolet 81.852s (-0.613s) 108.151mph (16 laps)
5. Jeb Burton Toyota 81.852s (-0.613s) 108.151mph (11 laps)
6. Ryan Blaney Ford 81.880s (-0.641s) 108.114mph (7 laps)
7. Timothy Peters Toyota 82.030s (-0.791s) 107.917mph (10 laps)
8. Andrew Ranger RAM 82.064s (-0.825s) 107.872mph (8 laps)
9. Ben Kennedy Chevrolet 82.147s (-0.908s) 107.763mph (18 laps)
10. Joey Coulter Chevrolet 82.159s (-0.920s) 107.747mph (11 laps)
11. Matt Crafton Toyota 82.160s (-0.921s) 107.746mph (8 laps)
12. Cole Custer Chevrolet 82.267s (-1.028s) 107.606mph (15 laps)
13. Johnny Sauter Toyota 82.314s (-1.075s) 107.544mph (15 laps)
14. Cameron Hayley Chevrolet 82.517s (-1.278s) 107.280mph (23 laps)
15. Erik Jones Toyota 82.591s (-1.352s) 107.184mph (15 laps)
16. Darrell Wallace Jr. Toyota 82.639s (-1.400s) 107.121mph (11 laps)
17. John H. Nemechek Toyota 82.946s (-1.707s) 106.725mph (9 laps)
18. Bryan Silas Chevrolet 84.058s (-2.819s) 105.313mph (9 laps)
19. Mason Mingus Toyota 85.067s (-3.828s) 104.064mph (14 laps)
20. Tyler Young Chevrolet 85.300s (-4.061s) 103.780mph (16 laps)
21. Ray Courtemanche Jr. Chevrolet 85.483s (-4.244s) 103.557mph (14 laps)
22. Scott Stenzel Chevrolet 87.788s (-6.549s) 100.838mph (11 laps)
23. BJ McLeod Chevrolet 91.928s (-10.689s) 96.297mph (1 laps)
24. Justin Jennings Chevrolet 92.005s (-10.766s) 96.217mph (2 laps)
25. Norm Benning Chevrolet 96.527s (-15.288s) 91.709mph (2 laps)
26. Jennifer Jo Jo Cobb RAM 101.579s (-20.340s) 87.148mph (1 laps)

Camping World Truck Series championship standings

1. (--) Johnny Sauter 524pts
2. (--) Matt Crafton 517pts (-7pts)
3. (--) Ryan Blaney 511pts (-13pts)
4. (+1) Darrell Wallace Jr. 486pts (-38pts)
5. (+1) German Quiroga 476pts (-48pts)
6. (-2) Ron Hornaday Jr. 460pts (-64pts)
7. (--) Joey Coulter 456pts (-68pts)
8. (--) Timothy Peters 448pts (-76pts)
9. (--) Ben Kennedy # 441pts (-83pts)
10. (--) Jeb Burton 420pts (-104pts)
11. (+1) Mason Mingus # 346pts (-178pts)
12. (+1) Bryan Silas 330pts (-194pts)
13. (+1) Tyler Young # 323pts (-201pts)
14. (-3) John Wes Townley 319pts (-205pts)
15. (--) Norm Benning 293pts (-231pts)
16. (+1) Jennifer Jo Cobb 280pts (-244pts)
17. (-1) Justin Jennings 279pts (-245pts)
18. (--) Tj Bell 268pts (-256pts)
19. (--) Joe Nemechek 244pts (-280pts)
20. (--) Tyler Reddick 241pts (-283pts)
21. (+1) John H. Nemechek 230pts (-294pts)
22. (-1) Tayler Malsam 215pts (-309pts)
23. (+1) Erik Jones 214pts (-310pts)
24. (+1) Cole Custer 198pts (-326pts)
25. (-2) Jimmy Weller 193pts (-331pts)
26. (+3) Gray Gaulding # 158pts (-366pts)
27. (+3) Brennan Newberry 148pts (-376pts)
28. (-2) Chase Pistone 141pts (-383pts)
29. (-2) Justin Lofton 135pts (-389pts)
30. (-2) Spencer Gallagher 119pts (-405pts)
31. (--) Brandon Jones 94pts (-430pts)
32. (--) Ben Rhodes 93pts (-431pts)
33. (--) Caleb Holman 89pts (-435pts)
34. (--) Brian Ickler 83pts (-441pts)
35. (--) Max Gresham 78pts (-446pts)
36. (--) Korbin Forrister 72pts (-452pts)
37. (+4) Caleb Roark 66pts (-458pts)
38. (-1) Charles Lewandoski 64pts (-460pts)
39. (-1) Corey Lajoie 61pts (-463pts)
40. (+5) Bj McLeod 60pts (-464pts)
41. (-2) Ray Black Jr. 56pts (-468pts)
42. (-2) Scott Riggs 51pts (-473pts)
43. (-1) Jake Crum 49pts (-475pts)
44. (-1) Todd Peck 47pts (-477pts)
45. (-1) Ross Chastain 44pts (-480pts)
46. (--) Ken Schrader 40pts (-484pts)
47. (N/A) Andrew Ranger 40pts (-484pts)
48. (-1) Jeff Choquette 37pts (-487pts)
49. (+11) Scott Stenzel 36pts (-488pts)
50. (-2) Raymond Terczak Jr. 34pts (-490pts)
51. (N/A) Cameron Hayley 33pts (-491pts)
52. (-3) Jody Knowles 29pts (-495pts)
53. (-3) Jr Heffner 26pts (-498pts)
54. (-3) Chris Eggleston 26pts (-498pts)
55. (-3) Chris Fontaine 25pts (-499pts)
56. (N/A) Ray Courtemanche Jr. 24pts (-500pts)
57. (-4) John King 21pts (-503pts)
58. (-4) Michel Disdier 20pts (-504pts)
59. (-4) Ted Minor 19pts (-505pts)
60. (-4) Brandon Brown 19pts (-505pts)
61. (-4) Todd Shafer 18pts (-506pts)
62. (-4) Dustin Hapka 17pts (-507pts)
63. (-4) Kyle Martel 17pts (-507pts)
64. (-3) Eric Caudell 16pts (-508pts)
65. (-3) Clay Greenfield 14pts (-510pts)
66. (-3) Justin Boston 14pts (-510pts)
67. (-3) Sean Corr 13pts (-511pts)
68. (-3) Josh Williams 10pts (-514pts)
69. (-3) Chris Cockrum 9pts (-515pts)
70. (-3) Alex Guenette 8pts (-516pts)
71. (-3) Tommy Regan 8pts (-516pts)
72. (-3) Bryan Dauzat 8pts (-516pts)

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