Truck Series Race Results SpeedyCash.com 220 at Texas

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UPDATED: #45 Truck DQ
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Number 11
Race Results for the 23rd Annual SpeedyCash.com 220 – Saturday, June 12, 2021
Texas Motor Speedway – Fort Worth, TX – 1.5 – Mile Paved
Total Race Length – 147 Laps – 220.5 Miles

Fin Str Trk Driver Team Laps Stage 1 Pos Stage 2 Pos Pts Status Tms Laps Playoff Pts
1 1 4 John Hunter Nemechek ROMCO Toyota 147 1 8 53 Running 4 64 6
2 22 24 Chase Elliott(i) Adrenaline Shoc Chevrolet 147 6 0 Running 2 45
3 18 98 Grant Enfinger Champion/Curb Records Toyota 147 9 36 Running
4 5 16 Austin Hill AISIN Toyota 147 2 10 43 Running
5 8 18 Chandler Smith # Safelite AutoGlass Toyota 147 4 7 43 Running
6 7 21 Zane Smith MRC Construction Chevrolet 147 1 41 Running 3 12 1
7 4 38 Todd Gilliland Speedy Cash Ford 147 9 32 Running 1 8
8 11 26 Tyler Ankrum LiUNA! Chevrolet 147 29 Running
9 20 15 Tanner Gray Ford Performance Ford 147 2 37 Running 2 7
10 33 25 Josh Berry(i) Rackley Roofing Chevrolet 147 10 5 0 Running
11 3 42 Carson Hocevar # Sparco/PlainsCapital Bank Chevrolet 147 26 Running
12 17 13 Johnny Sauter AHI Facility Services Toyota 147 25 Running
13 9 19 Derek Kraus HunterNation Toyota 146 8 3 35 Running
14 27 30 Brennan Poole On Point Motorsports Toyota 146 6 4 35 Running
15 13 22 Austin Wayne Self GOTEXAN/AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet 146 7 26 Running
16 14 40 Ryan Truex Marquis Spas Chevrolet 146 21 Running
17 28 23 Chase Purdy # BamaBuggies.com Chevrolet 145 20 Running
18 21 04 Cory Roper CarQuest Auto Parts Ford 145 19 Running
19 25 56 Tyler Hill Mountain Fork Brewery Chevrolet 145 18 Running
20 15 88 Matt Crafton ChiChis/Menards Toyota 144 17 Running
21 23 41 Dawson Cram Camping World Chevrolet 144 16 Running
22 19 02 Kris Wright # America’s Auto Auction Chevrolet 144 15 Running
23 30 3 Howie Disavino III Good Sam Chevrolet 143 14 Running
24 12 1 Hailie Deegan # Toter Ford 142 13 Running
25 31 12 Tate Fogleman Da-Quick Clip/RANDCO Chevrolet 142 12 Running
26 2 99 Ben Rhodes Bombardier LearJet 75 Toyota 141 3 19 Running 2 6
27 26 20 Spencer Boyd Record Rack Chevrolet 141 10 Running
28 29 34 Jesse Iwuji eRacing Association/Gap Em Toyota 141 9 Running
29 34 33 Keith Mcgee The Mullet that Changed Chevrolet 140 8 Running
30 35 6 Norm Benning Camping World Chevrolet 134 7 Running
31 32 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb Fastener Supply Company Ford 131 6 Running
32 36 49 Ray Ciccarelli Sam’s Dock Toyota 89 5 Brakes
33 10 51 Drew Dollar Sunbelt Rentals Toyota 68 4 Accident
34 6 52 Stewart Friesen Halmar International Toyota 52 5 9 Accident
35 16 2 Sheldon Creed Liftkits4less.com Chevrolet 18 2 Accident
36 24 45 Ross Chastain(i) Circle B Diecast Chevrolet 147 0 Running 1 5
Time of Race: 1 Hrs, 55 Mins, 17 Secs. Average Speed: 114.761 MPH Margin of Victory: 3.361 Seconds
Stage 1 Top 10: 4, 16, 99, 18, 52, 30, 22, 19, 38, 25
Stage 2 Top 10: 21, 15, 19, 30, 25, 24, 18, 4, 98, 16
Race Comments: John Hunter Nemechek won the Speedycash.com 220 at Texas Motor Speedway, his 10th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory. Prior to the start of the race the following truck dropped to the rear of the field under penalty for the reason indicated: #3 (driver change).
Failed to Qualify: None.
Caution Flags: 6 for 38 laps; Laps: 8-12 (#2 Incident Turn 2 [None]); 22-29 (#2 Incident Turn 2 [88]); 34-40 (#49 Spin Turn 2 / Stage 1 Conclusion [None]); 53-58 (#52, 42 Incident Turn 3 [34]); 62-65 (#10 Stopped on track [49]); 70-77 (#51 Incident Turn 2 / Stage 2 Conclusion [88]).
Lead Changes: 15 among 7 drivers; B. Rhodes 1; J. Nemechek 2-7; B. Rhodes 8-12; J. Nemechek 13-36; T. Gilliland 37-44; C. Elliott(i) 45-58; T. Gray 59-64; Z. Smith 65; T. Gray 66; Z. Smith 67-72; R. Chastain(i) 73-77; C. Elliott(i) 78-108; J. Nemechek 109-120; Z. Smith 121-125; J. Nemechek 126-147.
Cometic Gasket : John H. Nemechek, #4 Mobil 1 Driver of the Race : John H. Nemechek, #4
Sunoco Rookie of the Race : Chandler Smith, #18
(i) Ineligible for driver points in this series
Next Race: June 18, 2021 – Nashville Superspeedway