It’s the final race of the regular season for the Camping World Truck Series with the UNOH 200 from Bristol. Thirty seven teams have brought trucks to Thunder Valley to fill only 32 spots.

Todd Gilliland’s truck failed to make it through pre-qualifying inspection and will have to go through the process again before he can qualify.

An ailing Harrison Burton did not receive medical clearance to run the race, Christopher Bell will be driving in Burton’s place.

After three rounds of qualifying in a substitute role, Christopher Bell won the pole and will bring the field to green. This is the 10th pole of the 2018 season for Kyle Busch Motorsports.

The starting lineup for the UNOH 200:
Christopher Bell
Ben Rhodes
John Hunter Nemechek
Johnny Sauter
Grant Enfinger
Parker Kligerman
Noah Gragson
Todd Gilliland
Jesse Little
Ross Chastain
Justin Haley
Chad Finley
Stewart Friesen
Brett Moffitt
Cody Coughlin
Dalton Sargeant
Myatt Snider
Matt Crafton
Tanner Throson
Riley Herbst
Clay Greenfield
Scott Lagassee Jr
Austin Hill
Austin Wayne Self
Codie Rohrbaugh
Cory Roper
Korbin Firrister
Bayley Currey
Jordan Anderson
Stefan Parsons
Justin Fontaine
Wendell Chavous

Gray Gaulding, Timothy Peters BJ McLeod, Norm Benning, and Jennifer Jo Cobb failed to qualify for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 55 laps each with stage three lasting 90 laps around the world’s fastest half mile for a total of 200 laps and 100 miles.

Monster Energy Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick joins Vince Welch and Michael Waltrip in the broadcast booth for the race.

The 2017 Camping World Truck Series champion and substitute driver Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead.

The top five are Christopher Bell, Ben Rhodes, John Hunter Nemechek, Johny Sauter, and Grant Enfinger.

Lap five, Christopher Bell holds on to the lead with Ben Rhodes in second; John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

Lap eight, Christopher Bell has a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Ben Rhodes Johnny Sauter, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

The first caution flag comes out on lap 13 when Scott Lagassee Jr spins out and hits the wall; causing significant damage to his truck.

Bayley Currey also has some damage to his truck and is three laps down.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 19 and holds on to the lead when he jumps out in front of John Hunter Nemechek.

The top five are Christopher Bell, John Hunter Nemechek, Ben Rhodes, Grant Enfinger, and Johnny Sauter.

Lap 25 Christopher Bell has led every lap so far.

Cory Roper brings out the second caution flag of the race on lap 2 when he gets turned around.

A few of the drivers come down pit road during the caution for adjustments to their trucks.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart but gets passed by John Hunter Nemechek for the lead.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Christopher Bell, Grant Enfinger, Ben Rhodes, and Johnny Sauter.

Lap 36, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Grant Enfinger with Johnny Sauter in third, Christopher Bell in fourth, and Ben Rhodes in fifth.

Lap 40, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a second and a half lead on Grant Enfinger; Johnny Sauter, Christopher Bell, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

The Camping World Truck Series takes eight drivers into the first playoff round. Once the race began, Johnny Sauter cemented his spot as the regular season champion and Grant Enfinger guaranteed his spot in the playoffs.

Lap 48, John Hunter Nemechek leads Johnny Sauter by nearly two seconds; Grant Enfinger, Christopher Bell, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

John Hunter wins stage one for his fourth stage win of the season in a part time role.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
John Hunter Nemechek
Johnny Sauter
Grant Enfinger
Christopher Bell
Ben Rhodes
Parker Kligerman
Stewart Friesen
Ross Chastain
Noah Gragson
Justin Haley

Drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service and adjustments. Johnny Sauter wins the race off of pit road but there are drivers who stayed out on the track.

Wendell Chavous and Riley Herbst were penalized for uncontrolled tires on pit road. Clay Greenfield was caught speeding on pit road.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 67.

Todd Gilliland brings out the caution flag after spinning out on lap 68 after making contact on the track with Jesse Little.

Stewart Friesen has clinched his spot in the playoffs. Only one more spot remains open.

Todd Gilliland was charged with pitting outside of his pit box.

John Hunter Nemechek brings his field down for the green flag restart on lap 75 and gets out in front of the field.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Brett Moffitt, Dalton Sargeant, Parker Kligerman, and Johnny Sauter.

Jesse Little brings his truck down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop.

Lap 80, the top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Brett Moffitt, Parker Kligerman, Johnny Sauter, and Stewart Friesen.

Lap 88, John Hunter Nemechek has a lead of voer three seconds on Brett Moffitt.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Brett Moffitt, Parker Kligerman, Johnny Sauter, and Stewart Friesen.

Lap 97, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a lead of over six seconds on Johnny Sauter; Brett Moffitt Parker Kligerman, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

There are 19 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 106, There are only 15 trucks on the lead lap as John Hunter Nemechek continues to mow down the field with a lead of over six seconds on Johnny Sauter.

John Hunter Nemechek wins stage two to sweep the stages as Myatt Snider gets loose and hits the wall.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
John Hunter Nemechek
Johnny Sauter
Brett Moffitt
Stewart Friesen
Christopher Bell
Parker Kligerman
Ben Rhodes
Grant Enfinger
Justin Haley
Dalton Sargeant

Drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service including leader John Hunter Nemechek who is making his first pit stop.

Johnny Sauter wins the race off of pit road.

Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 124 and goes nose to nose with Noag Gragson for the lead.

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

Lap 129, Noah Gragson holds on to a narrow lead on Johnny Sauter with John Hunter Nemechek, Christopher Bell, and Stewart Friesen rounding out the top five.

Lap 130, Johnny Sauter passes Noah Gragson for the lead.

Lap 132, the top five are Johnny Sauter, John Hunter Nemechek, Christopher Bell, Noah Gragson ,and Stewart Friesen.

Lap 135, Johnny Sauter has pulled out to a lead of a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Christopher Bell, Stewart Friesen, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap 142, Johnny Sauter has a lead of just under half a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Christopher Bell, Stewart Friesen, and Parker Kligerman round out the top five.

Lap 150, Johnny Sauter has pulled out to a lead of over a second on John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 155 Johnny Sauter has a lead of nearly a second and a half on John Hunter Nemechek; Christopher Bell, Stewart Friesen, and Parker Kligerman round out the top five.

Lap 159, leader Johnny Sauter is encountering slower traffic.

Christopher Bell’s truck is falling back in the field and brings his truck down pit road reporting a power steering issue.

Lap 164, Johnny Sauter’s lead over John Hunter Nemechek is down to under half a second; Stewart Friesen, Parker Kligerman, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap 171, Johnny Sauter’s lead is down to just two tenths of a second over John Hunter Nemechek as he encounters heavy traffic.

Lap 176, John Hunter Nemechek passes Johnny Sauter to retake the lead.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, Stewart Friesen, Parker Kligerman, and Justin Haley.

Twenty to go, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a lead of nearly half a second on Johnny Sauter.

Brett Moffitt brings his truck down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop with a flat tire.

Fifteen to go, John Hunter Nemechek has a half second lead on Johnny Sauter with Stewart Friesen, Parker Kligerman, and Justin Haley rounding out the top five.

Twelve to go and the leaders encounter more traffic.

Stewart Friesen challenges Johnny Sauter for second place as the two battle for position.

Lap 192, John Hunter Nemechek has a two second lead on Johnny Sauter; Stewart Friesen, Parker Kligerman, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

John Hunter Nemechek slows down; Johnny Sauter takes the lead with Stewart Friesen in second.

Johnny Sauter takes the white flag.

Johnny Sauter wins at Bristol after losing the race in the last lap last week in Michigan. Brett Moffitt beat him by only 25 thousandths of a second; but Sauter gets his redemption this week.  This was Sauter’s first win at Bristol and his fifth win of the season

Matt Crafton takes the final playoff spot.

The eight playoff drivers for the CWTS are:
Johnny Sauter
Brett Moffitt
Noah Gragson
Ben Rhodes
Stewart Friesen
Grant Enfinger
Justin Haley
Matt Crafton

The unofficial results of the UHOH 200:
Johnny Sauter
Stewart Friesen
John Hunter Nemechek
Parker Kligerman
Todd Gilliland
Justin Haley
Ben Rhodes
Matt Crafton

Noah Gragson
Gran Enfinger
Dalton Sargeant
Ross Chastain

Austin Wayne Self
Tanner Thorson
Riley Herbst
Codie Rohrbaugh
Stefan Parsons
Brett Moffitt
Cody Coughlin
Clay Greenfield
Austin Hill
Jordan Anderson
Wendell Chavous

Justin Fontaine
Cory Roper
Jesse Little
Korbin Forrister
Christopher Bell
Myatt Snider
Chad Finley
Scott Lagasse Jr
Bayley Currey