Making his debut with Joe Denette Motorsports, Elliott Sadler won the pole for Wednesday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series O’Reilly 200 with a lap of 122.607 MPH.
A caution on the last lap would seal the deal for Johnny Sauter as he would take the checkered flag to win the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway. This marks the seventh victory of Sauter's career in his 109th truck race. It also marks his first top 10 finish ever at Daytona after crashing last year while leading.
The win was Dillon’s first of the 2011 season and the third of his 39 starts in the series. Johnny Sauter leads the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points following the race, 18 points ahead of Dillon.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and the Camping World Truck Series travel to Talladega Superspeedway this weekend while the XFINITY Series is off. All of the on-track action for the Sprint Cup Series will be broadcast on NBC Sports Live Extra. The Camping World Truck Series events can be seen on FOX and FOX Sports 1. Please see the full schedule below.
Erik Jones took the lead from teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. with 14 laps to go in his No. 51 ToyotaCare Tundra scoring his second victory of the season in the Rhino Linings 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Ryan Blaney did everything that he could in the final stretch to the checkered to get by, however it wouldn't be enough as Erik Jones would hold him off to score the victory in the American Ethanol 200 at Iowa Speedway. It marks Jones' first victory of the 2014 season and the second victory of his career in nine career starts.
With 46 laps to go, Kahne passed Matt Crafton for the lead and didn’t look back as he led the field off pit road with 26 laps to go after a caution for debris.
At the end of Camping World Truck Series qualifying, it'd be Jeb Burton scoring his first career pole in his seventh career truck start. The 20-year-old lapped the track in 19.589 seconds, 96.666 mph.
This was Burton's second consecutive pole and also set a new track record with a speed of 146.909 mph in the No. 4 Arrowhead Chevrolet.
"It was definitely wild, that's for sure," Enfinger said. "We didn't lead too many laps, but we led the ones that counted.