It’s a triple header weekend for NASCAR at Chicagoland Speedway in Joilet, Illinois and the Camping World Truck Series getting things started with the Overton’s 225.

After two rounds of qualifying Noah Gragson gets his third pole this season – career sixth – and will bring the field to the green flag.

The starting lineup for the Overton’s 225:
Noah Gragson
Dalton Sargeant
John Hunter Nemechek
Todd Gilliland
Stewart Friesen
Brett Moffitt
Johnny Sauter
Matt Crafton
Ben Rhodes
Justin Haley
Myatt Snider
Cody Coughlin
Grant Enfinger
Austin Hill
Austin Wayne Self
brandon Jones
Ross Chastain
Bo Lemastus
Justin Fontaine
Korbin Forrister
Max Tullman
Josh Reaume
Joe Nemechek
Camdon Murphy
Bayley Currey
Jordan Anderson
J.J. Yeley
Mike Harmon
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Brian Kaltreider
Norm Benning
Wendell Chavous

Stages one and two of the race are 35 laps each with stage three lasting 80 laps for a total of 150 laps around the mile and a half track.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start of the race with Noah Gragson and Dalton Sargeant going nose to nose around the track.

Lap two Dalton Sargeant has takent the lead of the race; Noah Gragson, Todd Gilliland, John Hunter Nemechek, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Lap three, Dalton Sargeant has a half second lead on Noah Gragson with Todd Gililand one second back.

Lap four Dalton Sargeant is in the lead; Noah Gragson, John Hunter Nemechek, Todd Gilliland, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Lap six, Dalton Sargeant has a lead of just over half a second on Noah Gragsn; over a second back John Hunter Nemechek, Todd Gilliland, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Lap eight, Dalton Sargeant has increased his lead to nearly a second on Noah Gragson. Norm Benning is eight laps down.

Lap 15 Dalton Sargeant maintains his one second lead on Noah Gragson with John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, and Stewart Friesen rounding out the top five. There are 24 trucks on the lead lap with Norm Benning and Mike Harmon off the track.

Lap 18 Dalton Sargeant is holding on to his one second lead on pole sitter Noah Gragson; John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Bo LaMastus brings out the first caution flag of the race on lap 20 when he gets loose and makes an off road excursion through the grass trailing smoke behind him.

Dalton Sargeant brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 25 but gets passed by Noah Gragson after spinning his tires on the restart.

Lap 26 Noah Gragson leads the race with John Hunter Nemechek in second, Dalton Sargeant, Stewart Friesen, and Todd Gilliland round out the top five.

Lap 28 Noah Gragson is in the lead but John Hunter Nemechek is on his bumper in second; Stewart Friesen, Dalton Sargeant, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap 30 Noah Gragson edges out to a half second lead on John Hunter Nemechek.

Justin Haley reports a very loose condition in his truck.

Lap 32 Noah Gragson leads John Hunter Nemechek; Stewart Friesen, Dalton Sargeant, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

John Hunter Nemechek passes Noah Gragson for the lead and the stage one win.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
John Hunter Nemechek
Noah Gragson
Stewart Friesen
Dalton Sargeant
Brett Moffitt
Ben Rhodes
Johnny Sauter
Todd Gilliland
Justin Haley
Cody Coughlin

Noah Gragson wins the race off of pit road; edging out John Hunter Nemechek for the lead.

Korbin Forrister was on old tires for the restart and quickly fell through the field on the green flag start of stage two.

Lap 43, Noah Gragson is in the lead with Stewart in Second, John Hunter Nemechek, Matt Crafton, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap 45, Noah Gragson holds on to the lead but gets a challenge from Stewart Friesen for the lead. Gragson holds him off and Friesen gets passed by John Hunter Nemechek for second.

Lap 50 Noah Gragson is in the lead; John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, Matt Crafton, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap 53, Noah Gragson holds on to the lead with John Hunter Nemechek in second; Stewart Friesen, Brett Moffitt, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

The caution flag comes out on lap 54 when Ross Chastain Blows a tire and hits the wall.

With 15 laps remaining in stage two, the drivers bring their trucks down pit road for fuel and adjustments.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 57 and holds on to the lead over Brett Moffitt in second less than a quarter of a second behind.

Lap 58 Noah Gragson is in the lead; Brett Moffitt, John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen and Dalton Sargeant rounding out the top five.

Breet Moffit challenges lead Noah Gragson as Dalton Sargeant gets loos and spins out but avoids hitting the wall. Just before the caution flag came out, Sargeant was reporting a very loose condition.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart with only six laps remaining in stage two.

Lap 69 Noah Gragson is in the lead with John Hunter Nemechek in second; Brett Moffitt, Stewart Friesen, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

Lap 71, Noah Gragson holds on to his lead over Brett Moffitt; John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

Noah Gragson wins stage two for his sixth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Noah Gragson
Brett Moffitt
John Hunter Nemechek
Stewart Friesen
Johnny Sauter
Matt Crafton
Justin Haley
Todd Gilliland
Cody Coughlin
Grant Enfinger

In a near collision and a run through the grass, John Hunter Nemechek wins the race off of pit road.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 77 and edges out in front as drivers get three wide . Brett Moffitt and Noah Gragson keep swapping second place.

Lap 80 John Hunter Nemechek is in the lead by half a second over Brett Moffitt; Noah Gragson, Johnny Sauter, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

NASCAR has charged Myatt Snider for a restart violation and he must make a pass through penalty

Lap 85, John Hunter Nemechek continues to lead the race with Brett Moffitt only a tenth of a second behind in second; Noah Gragson, Johnny Sauter, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Lap 86 Brett Moffitt challenges John Hunter Nemechek for the lead but Nemechek hods him off…so far.

Lap 88 Brett Moffitt makes a run and passes John Hunter Nemechek for the lead; Noah Gragson, Johnny Sautr, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Lap 90 the top five are Brett Moffitt, John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, Noah Gragson, and Ben Rhodes.

Lap 97 Brett Moffitt holds on to the lead with John Hunter Nemechek only a tenth of a second behind.; Johnny Sauter, Noah Gragson, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Lap 98 John Hunter Nemechek passes Brett Moffitt to retake the lead of the race.

Lap 100 – 50 to go – John Hunter Nemechek leads the race with Brett Moffitt in second; Johnny Sauter, Noah Gragson, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five. There are 18 trucks on the lead lap.

The drivers cannot finish the race on their current fuel load and will have to make at least one more pit stop.

Lap 105, John Hunter Nemechek has a lead of nearly a second on Brett Moffitt; Johnny Sauter, Ben Rhodes, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap 109, John Hunter Nemechek continues to lead the race; Brett Moffitt, Johnny Sauter, Ben Rhodes, and Noah Gragson round out toe top five.

Lap 113, John Hunter Nemechek has a lead of over half a second on Brett Moffitt; Johnny Sauter, Noah Gragson, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five. Sixth place driver Stewart Freisen is rim riding.

Lap 115 Brett Moffitt has closed the gap to leader John Hunter Nemechek with only 14 trucks on the lead lap as the gap between spots one and two and the ret of the field continues to grow.

Lap 117, Matt Crafton is the first driver to make a green flag pit stop. After John Hunter Nemechek passed Grant Enfinger, there are only 13 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 119, John Hunter Nemechek leads the race by over half a second with Johnny Sauter over three seconds back in third; Ben Rhodes and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Stewart Friesen and Jordan Anderson make contact and bring out the caution flag. The confrontation results is a lot of damage on Stewart Friesen’s truck.

Drivers bring their trucks down pit road for their final set of tires, a load of fuel, and adjustments.

Brett Moffitt wins the race off of pit road. Johnny Sauter dropped six positions on the track after some jack issues during his pit stop. He has to make a second trip down pit road.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 125 but it is John Hunter Nemechek who gets the lead of the race.

Lap 127, John Hunter Nemechek leads the race; Brett Moffitt, Todd Gilliland, Ben Rhodes, and Noah Gragson wound out to top five. There are only eleven trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 130, John Hunter Nemechek has a quarter of a second lead on Brett Moffitt; Todd Gilliland, Ben Rhodes, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap 131, John Hunter Nemechek has a third of a second lead on Brett Moffitt with the rest of the field seconds behind.

Lap 135, John Hunter Nemechek leads Brett Moffitt by less than half a second; Ben Rhodes, Todd Gilliland, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five. There are 10 trucks on the lead lap.

Todd Gilliland has a flat tire and brings his truck down pit road; the track stays green.

Ten to go, John Hunter Nemechek is in the lead with Brett Moffitt only a quarter of a second behind; Ben Rhodes, Johnny Sauter, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap 142, John Hunter Nemechek continues to lead the race with Brett Moffitt a half second behind.

Lap 144, John Hunter Nemechek’s lead has increased to over half a second on Brett Moffitt. There are only nine trucks on the lead lap.

Five to go, John Hunter Nemechek continues to keep his number eight truck out in front of the field; Brett Moffitt, Ben Rhodes, Johnny Sauter, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

With Ben Rhodes nearly five seconds behind, the race comes down to leader John Hunter Nemechek and Brett Moffitt only a quarter of a second behind.

John Hunter Nemechek takes the white flag.

Brett Moffitt goes to the bottom of the track and passes John Hunter Nemechek to win the race as Nemechek’s truck blows up.

Last week the 16 team was unsure whether or not they would be able to continue racing in the CWTS due to sponsorship issues; but on Tuesday a new sponsor stepped in and on Friday night, Brett Moffitt wins the race.

The unofficial results of the Overton’s 225:
Brett Moffitt
Ben Rhodes
Johnny Sauter
Noah Gragson
Brandon Jones
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Grang Enfinger
Austin Hill
Myatt Snider
Matt Crafton
Cody Coughlin
Austin Wayne Self
Justin Fontaine
Bo LaMastus
Todd Gilliland
Jordan Anderson
Korbin Forrister
Stewart Friesen
Dalton Sargeant
Josh Reaume
Wendell Chavous
Max Tullman
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Brian Kaltreider
Ross Chastain
Bayley Currey
Joe Nemechek
J.J. Yeley
Camden Murphy
Norm Benning
Mike Harmon

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