The 22-year-old Sanchez from Miami, Florida, led a race-high 26 of 101 over-scheduled laps and dodged a final-lap multi-truck wreck amid an overtime shootout to become the seventh different competitor to achieve a first Truck Series career win at Daytona.
The 2021 Truck Series champion from Louisville, Kentucky, withstood four overtime shootouts and avoided a series of late carnages to claim his second series' title with a top-five finish in the desert state, one spot ahead of title rival Grant Enfinger.
The 2018 Craftsman Truck Series champion from Grimes, Iowa, led 22 of 99 over-scheduled laps and regained the lead on the final lap amid an overtime shootout to notch his first Truck victory in three seasons and first driving for Front Row Motorsports.
The 21-year-old Heim from Marietta, Georgia, overtook Christian Eckes with six laps remaining to become the first Playoff competitor to transfer to this year's Championship 4 round by winning at Thunder Valley.
The 22-year-old Eckes from Greenville, New York, led the final two of 134-scheduled laps and capitalized through two late-race cautions to score his third Truck Series victory of the 2023 season in the Round of 10 finale amid a final lap overtake on Playoff rivals Corey Heim and Zane Smith.
Crew chief Joe Shear Jr. has been issued a four-race suspension along with a $25,000 fine while both Majeski and ThorSport's No. 98 entry have been docked 75 points and five Playoff points stemming for violations involving the tires, valve stems and wheel assembly per the NASCAR Rulebook.
The 37-year-old Enfinger from Fairhope, Alabama, led a race-high 95 of 175-scheduled laps and notched an emphatic and dominant Truck victory at Milwaukee four days after the announcement of GMS Racing's closure at season's end.
The 28-year-old Majeski from Seymour, Wisconsin, led a race-high 179 of 200 laps and became the first competitor to transfer to the Round of 8 after winning the 2023 Truck Series Playoff opener at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.
The 20-year-old Hocevar from Portage, Michigan, led 64 of 250-scheduled laps and executed on a late pit strategy to overtake Ty Majeski with four laps remaining and storm to his third Truck Series victory of his career and the season at Richmond.