The 10th race of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series took place this past weekend at Gateway Motorsports Park. While there were a couple of surprises in the top-10, the same team that has been dominant for most of the season, wound up in victory lane, but this time with a different driver.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series visited Gateway Motorsports Park this past weekend for race number 10 of 22 for the series. Just like last week's finish at Iowa, the Truck Series regulars once again didn't disappoint in the Eaton 200.
This week at Gateway, after qualifying in the 14th position, Snider stayed in the top 15 for both stages, finishing 15th and 13th, respectively. After benefiting from some late race cautions and staying out under one caution, the No. 13 Thorsport Racing team found themselves inside the top five and challenging for the win.
Having competed here since 2009, Sauter has never won at the 1.250-mile racetrack. While he has four victories this season, Sauter was looking to cross Gateway off the list of tracks he has never won at and score win number five of 2018.
After a dramatic finish in Saturday night's running of the Eaton 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park, Justin Haley captured his first win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in just the 36th start of his career.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Sonoma Raceway, while the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will compete at Gateway Motorsports Park. Check out the full schedule below, subject to change.
The NASCAR Camping Truck Series headed to Gateway Motorsports Park on Saturday night. It was the fourth race for the track since its return in 2014. The race was action packed and featured different pit strategies. Chase Briscoe won his first career pole in the series, alongside him was race winner John Hunter Nemechek.