Truck Series quick facts at Homestead-Miami Speedway

Homestead-Miami Speedway

There have been 24 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series races at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

There have been 19 different pole winners and 22 different race winners. Four races have been won from the pole. Chase Briscoe is the most recent, winning the race from the pole in 2017. Briscoe also holds the race record at 135.556 mph in the same year.

Last year’s margin of victory was the shortest in the last five races (1.569).

The 1.5-mile track in South Florida has a 1,760-foot frontstretch and backstretch with four degrees on banking on straights and 18-20 degrees of banking in corners.

Todd Bodine and Kyle Busch have the most wins at the track with two. David Reutimann, Joe Ruttman, Mike Skinner hold the record for the most poles with two, also.

Matt Crafton is tied with Ron Hornaday Jr. with the most top 10s at the track (11), and Jack Sprague has the record for most top fives (eight).

The most lead changes at the track is 17, three separate times but most recently in 2010. The fewest lead changes is five in 2002.

The most caution laps at the track was 52 in 1997 and the fewest was four in 2002.

Toyota has the most wins by a manufacturer at the track with 10.

The inaugural race Gander Trucks race at Homestead was in 1996, the Florida Dodge Dealers 400, where Dave Rezendes won in a Ford for Geoff Bodine.

Sharing is caring!