In part Atlanta double header, the Camping world Truck Series runs the Active Pest Control 200.

After two rounds of qualifying, Kyle Busch wins the pole driving one of his own trucks.

The starting lineup for the Active Pest Control 200: Kyle Busch
Matt Crafton
Noah Gragson
Spencer Davis
Justin Haley
Dalton Sargeant
Stewart Friesen
Cody Coughlin
Johnny Sauter
Brett Moffitt
Joe Nemechek
Jesse Little
Austin Dillon
Ben Rhodes
Bo Lemastus
Grant Enfinger
Parker Kligerman
Austin Hill
Myatt Snider
Austin Wayne Self
Korbin Forrister
Justin Fontaine
Akinori Ogata
Josh Reaume
Jordan Anderson
Joey Gase
Robby Lyons
Norm Benning
Wendell Chavous
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Clay Greenfield
Scott Stenzel

Timothy Viens and Travis Kvapil did not qualify for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 40 laps each with stage three lasting 50 laps for a total of 130 trips around the mile and a half track.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and edges out Matt Crafton for the lead of the race but Noah Gragson jumps around his boss Kyle Busch for the lead.

The first caution flag comes out on lap two when Norm Benning gets loos and spins out flat spotting his tires.

Korbin Forrister and Wendell Chavous jumped ahead on the start of the race before the green flag waved; as a result, they will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap six with Gragson holding on to the lead of the race as the drivers get three wide across the track.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Matt Crafton, Kyle Busch, Cody Coughlin, and Spencer Davis.

Lap eight Kyle Busch passes Matt Crafton for second with Noah Gragson holding on to the lead by nearly half a second.

Lap 15 Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Kyle Busch.

Ben Rhodes is reporting a possible engine issue.

Lap 19 Noah Granson’s lead is now over two seconds on Matt Crafton with Kyle Busch in third, Ben Rhodes in fourth, and Brett Moffitt in fifth.

Lap 26 Noah Gragson continues to dominate the race with a lead of over a second on Matt Crafton. Ben Rhodes is in third, Kyle Busch is in fourth and Brett Moffitt is in fifth.

Lap 30 Noah Gragson has a lead of a second and a half on Matt Crafton.

Justin Haley has a flat tire and has to bring his truck down pit road for new tires. He is now two laps down.

Five laps remaining in the stage and Noah Gragson continues to dominate the stage with a lead of two seconds on Matt Crafton.

Noah Gragson wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Noah Gragson
Matt Crafton
Kyle Busch
Brett Moffitt
Jeffe Little
Ben Rhodes
Johnny Sauter
Grant Enfinger
Stewart Friesen
Spencer Davis

Matt Crafton wins the race off of pit road. Noah Gragson had some pit road issues and came off of pit road back in the field.

Stewart Friesen’s team was charged with the pit crew coming over the pit wall too soon.

Matt Crafton brings the field down for the green falg start of stage two on lap 48 but gets a challenge from Johnny Sauter for the lead with the two drivers swapping the lead back and forth for a few laps with Joohnny Sauter taking the lead on lap 52. Kyle Busch has moved into second place.

Lap 53 Kyle Busch passes Sauter for the lead of the race.

Ben Rhodes is still reporting engine issues. He was charged with having too many crew members over the pit wall during the pit stop.

Lap 57 Kyle Busch continues to lead the race with Johnny Sauter in second, Brett Moffitt in third, Matt Crafton in fourth, and Grant Enfinger in fifth.

The caution flag comes out on lap 60 for debris on the track.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 63 but gets challenged by Brett Moffitt for the lead of the race. Busch holds him off and holds on to the lead.

Lap 68 Kyle Busch has a lead of over half a second on Brett Moffitt with Johnny Sauter in third, Matt Craafton in fourth, and Noah Gragson in fifth.

Lap 71 Kyle Busch has increased his lead to over a second on Brett Moffitt.

Six to go in stage two, Kyle Busch’s lead is over a second and a half on Brett Moffitt. Drivers are getting three wide across the track vying for position…and stage points.

With three laps remaining in stage two Johnny Sauter passes Brett Moffitt for second place and sets the fastest time in the field. Kyle Busch continues to lead the race with a lead of over a second.

Kyle Busch wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kyle Busch
Johnny Sauter
Brett Moffitt
Matt Crafton
Noah Grafson
Grant Enfinger
Spencer Davis
Jesse Little
Parker Kligerman
Dalton Sargeant

Johnny Sauter wins the race off of pit road with Kyle Busch coming out second.

Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 87 with Johnny Sauter holding on to the lead of the race.

Matt Crafton challenges Johnny Sauter of the lead.

With 40 laps remaining in the race Johnny Sauter holds on to the lead by less than half a second on Matt Crafton.

Kyle Busch passes Matt Crafton for second.

With 37 laps remaining in the race Kyle Busch is one again in the lead of the race with Johnny Sauter in second, Ben Rhodes in third, and Matt Crafton in fourth. Jesse Little rounds out the top five.

With 33 laps remaining in the race Kyle Busch holds on to the lead over Johnny Sauter.

Thirty to go, Kyle Busch has a lead of over half a second on Johnny Sauter; Ben Rhodes, Matt Crafton, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Twenty six to go, Kyle Busch hold on to the lead by a second and a half over Johnny Sauter.

With 22 laps to go Kyle Busch holds on to his second and a half lead on Johnny Sauter with Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt, and Matt Crafton in the top five.

Twenty to go, Kyle Busch is still out front with the lead.

Only 15 laps remaining in the race and Kyle Busch is looking to win race number 50 in the CWTS as the trucks race under the lights.

Ten to go, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Johnny Sauter with Brett Moffitt in third, Ben Rhodes in fourth, and Jesse Little in fifth.

With only six laps remaining in the race Josh Reaume brings out the caution flag after he gets loose and hits the wall. He also get hit by Dalton Sargeant when Sargeant didn’t see him through the smoke.

In an attempt to get back out on the track quickly after the pit stop, Kyle Busch’s team did not get all of the lug nuts tightened properly and he lost a wheel.

With an overtime green/white/checker finish, Brett Moffitt jumped out in front of the field and took the checkered flag for his first win.

The unofficial results of the Active Pest Control 200:
Brett Mofitt
Noah Gragson
Johnny Sauter
Ben Rhodes
Matt Crafton
Stewart Friesen
Myatt Snider
Jesse Little
Grant Enfinger
Austin Dillon
Parker Kligerman
Joe Nemechek
Spencer Davis
Dalton Sargeant
Austin Wayne Self
Korbin Forrister
Bo Le Mastus
Austin Hill
Justin Fontaine
Cody Coughlin
Kyle Busch
Justin Haley
Wendell Chavous
Jordan Anderson
Robby Lyons
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Josh Reaume
Clay Greenfield
Norm Benning
Akinora Ogata
Joey Gase
Scott Stenzel

 

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