Kicking off a triple header weekend, the Camping World Truck Series joins the Monster Energy Cup Series at Michigan International Speedway for the Corrigan Oil 200.

Thirty three teams brought trucks to the track for 32 starting spots.

After two rounds of single truck qualifying on a foggy morning, John Hunter Nemechek wins both rounds of qualifying to win the pole with a tie of 39,121 seconds around the two mile track. Nemechek beat out Todd Gilliland by one one-thousandth of a second.

The starting lineup for the Corrigan Oil 200:
John Hunter Nemechek
Todd Gilliland
Noah Gragson
Matt Mills
Stewart Friesen
Grant Enfinger
Johnny Sauter
Myatt Snider
Cody Coughlin
Austin Hill
Matt Crafton – moved to the back of the field for a tire change
Spencer Davis – moved to the back of the field for a tire change
Bo LeMastus
Tate Fogleman – moved to the back of the field for an engine change
Joe Nemechek
Dalton Sargeant
Ben Rhodes
Jordan Anderson
Justin Fontaine
Austin Wayne Self
Brett Moffitt
Justin Haley – moved to the back of the field for an engine change
Wendell Chavous
Korbin Forrister
Timmy Hill
Jennifer Jo Cobb
BJ McLeod
Reed Sorenson
Todd Peck
Josh Reaume
Norm Benning
Bayley Currey

Camden Murphy failed to qualify for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 20 laps each with stage three lasting 60 laps for a total of 100 laps around the two mile track.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and jumps out in front for the lead from the inside lane.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Todd Gilliland, Noah Gragson, Grant Enfinger, and Stewart Friesen.

Lap two Todd Gillialnd challenges John Hunter Nemechk for the lead but Nemechek holds on to the top spot with Noah Gragson taking second and Todd Gilliland in third.

Lap three, Matt Crafton has moved up to 21st after starting in the back of the field.

Lap four Noah Gragson passes John Hunter Nemechek for the lead with Todd Gilliland in second and John Hunter Nemechek in third.

Lap five the top five are Noah Gragson, Todd Gilliland, John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, and Grant Enfnger.

Lap six Todd Gilliand passes Noah Gragson to take the lead with John Hunter Nemechek in third, Stewart Friesen in fourth, and Grant Enfinger in fifth.

Bayley Currey brings his truck down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop.

Lap 12 John Hunter Nemechek has retaken the lead with Todd Gilliland in second; Stewart Friesen, Noah Gragson, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

Lap 13, Stewart Friesen takes the lead with John Hunter Nemechek in second. Matt Crafton has moved up to 17th place.

Lap 15 the top five are Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, Todd Gilliland, Noah Gragson, and Grant Enfinger.

Lap 16 the top three drivers – Friesen, Nemechek, and Gilliland – are separated by less than half a second.

Lap 17 Todd Gilliland challenges Stewart Friesen for the lead but Friesen holds him off s John Hunter Nemechek moves into second place.

Stewart Friesen wins stage one for his fifth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Stewart Friesen
John Hunter Nemechek
Todd Gilliland
Noah Gragson
Grant Enfinger
Ben Rhodes
Matt Snider
JohnnySauter
Austin Hill
Cody Coughlin

Taking fuel only, Todd Gilliland wins the race off of pit road.

Dalton Sargeant was char charged with having crew members over the wall too soon and Tate Fogleman was caught speeding on pit road.

Matt Crafton made a second trip down pit road with reports of possible engine issues.

After staying out on the track, Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two and gets out in front for the lead on lap 26.

Grant Enfinger takes the lead on lap 26.

The top five are Grant Enfinger, Brett Moffitt, Ben Rhodes, Myatt Snider, and Austin Hill.

Lap 27 Matt Mills brings out the caution flag after spinning out and hitting the wall hard with the rear of the truck.

Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 33 and runs side by side with Brett Moffitt before finally taking the lead of the race.

The top five are Grant Enfinger, Myatt Snider, Justin Haley Brett Moffitt, and Austin Hill.

Justin Fontaine brings out the caution flag after spinning out and backs into the wall on lap 35.

Several of the drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service.

Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 39 and gets out in front for the lead.

Myatt Snider takes the lead but Grant Enfinger gets the lead back just in time to win the stage by 26 thousandths of a second.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Grant Enfinger
Myatt Snider
Brett Moffitt
Noah Gragson
Austin Wayne Self
Matt Crafton
Justin Haley
Todd Gilliland
Stewart Friesen
Dalton Sargeant

With stage three lasting 60 laps, the drivers cannot complete the race without making a pit stop.

Austin Wayne Self wins the race of of pit road after taking only fuel, Tate Fogelman and Bo LeMastus also took only fuel.

Noah Gragson and Matt Crafton bring the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 47 with Matt Crafton getting out in front for the lead.

Lap 47 the top five are Matt Crafton, Noah Gragson, Justin Haley, Todd Gilliland, and Stewart Friesen.

Lap 49, Matt Crafton holds on to the lead with Noah Gragson in second; Justin Haley, Todd Gilliland, and Dalton Sargeant round out the top five.

Lap 50, halfway, Matt Crafton leads the race after having to start the race fro the back of the field.

Lap 52, Matt Crafton holds on to the lead of the race with Noah Gragson less than two tenths of a second behind.

Lap 54, Matt Crafton holds on to his narrow lead over Noah Gragson as Crafton tries to hold on to his spot in the playoffs.

Lap Lap 61, Matt Crafton continues to lead the race with Noah Grgson in second, Stewart Friesen, Todd Gilliland, and John Hunter Nemechek round out the top five.

Noah Gragson passes Matt Crafton to take over the lead of the race on lap 74.

Lap 65 the top five are Noah Gragson, Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, and Todd Gililand.

Lap 68, Noah Gragson is in the lead with Matt Crafton challenging for the lead; Stewart Friesen, Brett Moffitt, and Todd Gillialnd rounding out the top five.

Lap 70, Matt Crafton is the first drivers to come down pit road for his green flag pit stop.

Lap 72, leader Noah Gragson comes down pit road and gives the lead to Stewart Friesen.

There are 19 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 75, Johnny Sauter challengers Stewart Friesen for the lead of the race with Stewart Friesen holding of Sauter so far.

Lap 76, Johnny Sauter finally gets around Stewart Friesen to take the lead of the race; Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, and Myatt Snider round out the top five.

The caution flag comes out on lap 78 when Myatt Snider spins out trying to get down pit road.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 83 and gets out in front for the lead with a little push from Brett Moffittt.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, Todd Gilliland, Johnny Sauter, and Austin Wayne Self.

Lap 84, Todd Gilliland and Noah Gragson battle for the lead with Todd Gilliland getting out for the lead with the youngest driver to ever lead at MIS.

Lap 87 Brett Moffitt gets the lead, followed by Johnny Sauter taking the top spot.

The top five are Johnny Sauter, Brett Moffitt, Todd Gilliland, Noah Gragson, and John Hunter Nemechek.

Only 10 laps reaining in the race, Johnny Sauter has the lead with Brett Moffitt in second; Todd Gilliland, John Hunter Nemechek, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap 93, Johnny Sauter holds on to the lead with Brett Moffitt only a tenth of a second behind; John Hunter Nemechek, Noah Gragson, and Todd Gilliland round out the top five.

Korbin Forrister slows on the track but gets off the track and the track stays green.

Three to go, Johnny Sauter continues to lead with Brett Moffitt on his bumper.

Johnny Sauter takes the white flag.

Brett Moffitt edges out Johnny Sauter at the line to win the race by 25 one thousandths of a second. This is Moffitt’s fourth win of the season.

The unofficial results of the Corrigan Oil 200:
Brett Moffitt
Johnny Sauter
John Hunter Nemechek
Noah Gragson
Todd Gilliland
Ben Rhodes
Grant Enfinger
Stewart Friesen
Justin Haley
Matt Crafton
Austin Wayne Self
Dalton Sargeant
Jordan Anderson
Cody Coughlin
Tate Fogleman
Wendell Chavous
Bo LeMastus
Myatt Snider
Austin Hill
Josh Reaume
Norm Benning
Spencer Daivs
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Korbin Forrister
Justin Fontaine
Todd Peck
Bayley Currey
Reed Sorenson
BJ McLeod
Joe Nemechek
Matt Mills
Timmy Hill

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