After a triple header weekend battle with Miles the Monster the Camping World Truck Series travels to Kansas Speedway for the 37 Kind Days 250.

Lightening, rain, and hail cut practice times short for the CWTS drivers; but the cries have dried up and the racers were ready to roll.

After two rounds of qualifying 19 year old Noah Gragson earns his second pole this season and his fifth pole overall.

The starting lineup for the 37 Kind Days 250:
Noah Gragson
Cody Coughlin
Matt Crafton
Grant Enfinger
Johnny Sauter
Kyle Busch
Ben Rhodes
Stewart Friesen
Austin Hill
Brett Moffitt
Dalton Sargeant
Justin Haley
Brandon Jones
John Hunter Nemechek – moved to the back of the field for unapproved adjustments
Darrel Walace Jr
Bo Lemastus
Justin Fontaine
Wendell Chavous
Austin Wayne Self
Kevin Donahue
Jordan Anderson
Joe Nemechek
Joey Gase
Bayley Currey
Josh Reaume
Jamie Mosley
Robby Lyons – moved to the back of the field for unapproved adjustments
Norm Benning
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Mike Harmon – moved to the back of the field for unapproved adjustments
Kyle Donahue
Myatt Snider – moved to the back of the field for unapproved adjustments

Camden Murphy did not qualify for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 40 laps each with stage three lasting 87 laps for a total of 167 laps around the mile and a half track for the 250 mile race.

For the first time in the CWTS there are four drivers in the race who have won a truck race in their last CWTS start – Bubba Wallace, Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek, and Johnny Sauter.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start of the race from the outside lane but it is Matt Crafton who leads lap one after the drivers get three wide across the track.

Lap four top five is Matt Crafton, Noah Gragson, Cody Coughlin, Kyle Busch, and Brett Moffitt.

Lap five Noah Gragson passes Matt Crafton for the lead of the race.

Matt Crafton is the only driver in the race who has run al 17 of the races in Kansas.

Lap seven Noah Gragson is in the lead with Matt Crafton a half second behind; Cody Coughlin, Kyle Busch, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap 13 Noah Gragson holds on to the lead of the race with Kyle Busch in second, Brett Moffitt in third, Matt Crafton in fourth, and Cody Coughlin in fifth.

Lap 16 John Hunter Nemechek is in tenth place after having to start the race at the back of the field for unapproved adjustments.

Lap 17 Noah Gragson has a half second lead on Kyle Busch; Brett Moffitt, Matt Crafton, and Cody Coughlin round out the top five.

Lap 20 – halfway through stage one – Noah Gragson leads the race with Kyle Busch a half second behind in second with Brett Moffitt in third, Matt Crafton in fourth, and Ben Rhodes in fifth; Grant Enfinger, Cody Coughlin, Johnny Sauter, John Hunter Nemechek, and Stewart Friesen round out the top 10.

Lap 23 Noah Gragson continues to lead the field with boss Kyle Busch in second place; Brett Moffitt, Ben Rhodes, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

Lap 28 Noah Gragson holds on to the lead of the race with Kyle Busch slowly closing the gap; Brett Moffitt, Ben Rhodes, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

Lap 32 Noah Gragson leads the race with Kyle Busch in second; Brett Moffitt, Ben Rhodes, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five but John Hunter Nemechek is coming on hard in sixith.

Only three laps remain in stage one, Noah Gragson continues to dominate the stage with Kyle Busch in second; Brett Moffitt, Ben Rhodes, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five..

Noah Gragson wins stage one by nearly two seconds over Kyle Busch for his fourth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Noah Gragson
Kyle Busch
Brett Moffitt
Ben Rhodes
Grant Enfinger
John Hunter Nemechek
Brandon Jones
Matt Crafton
Johnny Sauter
Stewart Friesen

Noah Gragson wins the race off of pit road. Kyle Busch lost four spots with a slow pit stop with tire issues.

Bubba Wallace’s crew was charged with a penalty for an uncontrolled tire.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start of the stage two on lap 50 and goes nose to nose with Ben Rhodes before getting out in front of the field to hold on to the lead.

Lap 52 the top five are Noah Gragson, Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt, Brandon Jones, and Kyle Busch.

Jordan Anderson makes an unscheduled trip down pit road with a smoking truck.

Lap 55 Noah Gragson holds on to the lead of the race with Ben Rhodes in second, and Brett Moffitt in third.

There are 16 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 58 the top five are Noah Gragson, Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt, Kyle Busch, and Brandon Jones.

Lap 70 Noah Gragson continues to lead and dominate the race having led 55 of the 61 laps that have been run.

Ben Rhodes is reporting engine or fuel pump issues and has to come down pit road.

Lap 67 Noah Gragson leads the race with Brett Moffitt in second, Kyle Busch in third, Brandon Jones in fourth, and Stewart Friesen in fifth.

Robby Lyons has his truck pushed to the garage.

Ben Rhodes was caught speeding on pit road.

Lap 70 the top five are Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, Kyle Busch, Brandon Jones, and Stewart Friesen.

Lap 77 Noah Gragson is in the lead with Kyle Busch and Brett Moffitt swapping places for second.

Noah Gragson continues to dominate the race and wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Noah Gragson
Brett Moffitt
Kyle Busch
Brandon Jones
Stewart Friesen
John Hunter Nemechek
Grant Enfinger
Johnny Sauter
Matt Crafton
Cody Coughlin

Justin Haley wins the race off of pit roag after taking only two tires, Noah Gragson comes out in second.

Justin Haley brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 88 but Noah Gragson edges out Haley for the lead with Justin Haley falling through the field after taking only two tires.

Lap 89 the top five is Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, and Kyle Busch.

With 75 laps remaining in the race, Noah Gragson leads the race with Stewart Friesen in second. Brett Moffitt’s engine issues continue with a voltage issue and has to bring his truck down pit road with 73 laps to go. The crew is changing the battery.

There are 14 trucks on the lead lap.

Leading 86 laps to far, Noah Gragson has led the most laps in his racing career.

Lap 97 Noah Gragson in sin the lead with Stewart Friesen in second; John Hunter Nemechek, Cody Coughlin, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

The caution flag comes out on lap 98 for debris on the track. There are still too many laps for the drivers to make it to the end of the race on fuel even if they make a pit stop.

Johnny Sauter’s team was charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 103 and holds off Stewart Friesen for the lead.

Lap 104 the top five is Noah Gragson, Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, Kyle Busch, and Cody Coughlin.

Stewart Friesen passes Noah Gragson for the lead on lap 104.

The caution flag comes out when Bo LeMastus spins out.

Stewart Friesen reports that the shifter knob on his truck broke off and is rolling around on the floor of the truck. He lost the lead to Noah Gragson when the engine shut off briefly.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start on lap 109 and battle John Hunter Nemechek for the lead with the two swapping back and forth.

In only one lap Stewart Friesen moves from seventh to second oven with a broken shifter knob.

Noah Gragson is out in front with Stewart Friesen in second; John Hunter Nemechek, Cody Coughlin, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

Bubba Wallace gets sideways but recovers and the the track stays green.

Lap 113 Noah Gragson has a narrow lead on Stewart Friesen with 15 trucks on the lead lap.

Only 50 laps to go and Noah Gragson continues to dominate the race.

With 44 laps remaining in the race, Noah Gragson has led off but four green flag laps.

Noah Gragson is in the lead with Stewart Friesen in second; John Hunter Nemechek, Kyle Busch, and Cody Coughlin round out the top five.

Lap 128 Noah Gragson leds with Stewart Friesen in second; Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 132 Noah Gragson has a one second lead on Stewart Friesen with Noah’s boss Kyle Busch in third.

Drivers begin making their final green flag pit stops. Stewart Friesen and Kyle Busch take only two tires.

Stewart Friesen and Kyle Busch make contact sending Busch through the grass, but the track stays green.

With 19 laps to go, leader Johnny Sauter, Myatt Snider, Austin Hill, Justin Haley, and Bubba Wallace have yet to make their pit stops.

Lap 150 there are only eight trucks on the lead lap with drivers yet to have completed green flag pit stops.

Only 13 laps to go and Myatt Snider is in the lead after taking fuel only on his pit stop.

Lap 156 the top five are Myatt Snider, Austin Hill, Bubba Wallace, Noah Gragson and Stewart Friesen. The first three drivers have yet to make a pit stop.

Lap 158 the top five are Myatt Snider, Noah Gragson, Bubba Wallace, Kyle Busch, and Austin Hill.

Lap 160 Myatt Snider leads with Noah Gragson in second; Kyle Busch, Bubba Wallace, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Only five laps remain in the race; Myatt Snider suns out of fuel giving the lead over to Noah Gragson with Kyle Busch in second.

Austin Hill and Bubba Wallace are also out of fuel but all three drivers are on the apron and moving so the track has stayed green.

Noah Gragson takes the white flag.

Noah Gragson beats out boss man Kyle Busch for the win after earning the pole and winning stages one and two.

The unofficial results of the 37 Kind Days 250:
Noah Gragson
Kyle Busch
Stewart Friesen
John Hunter Nemechek
Johny Sauter
Matt Crafton
Cody Coughlin
Grant Enfinger
Brandon Jones
Justin Haley
Dalton Sargeant
Austin Hill
Austin Wayne Self
Darrell Wallace Jr
Myatt Snider
Brett Moffitt
Justin Fontaine
Ben Rhodes
Bo LeMastus
Kyle Donahue
Josh Reaume
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Norm Benning
Mike Harmon
Jordan Anderson
Robby Lyons
Wendell Chavous
Jamie Mosley
Bayley Currey
Joe Nemechek
Joey Gase
Kevin Donahue

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