Starting off the playoffs, the Camping World Truck Series travels north of the border to the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park and some road racing

After a big rain storm, the teams went scrambling for some rain tires. Several of the drivers have never raced using the rain tires.

This marks the first time in the CWTS history that the series has used the wet weather tires.

Some of the teams have opted not to make a qualifying run. Those teams that do not make a qualifying run will have their starting position set by truck owner points.

After two rounds of qualifying Ben Rhodes wins his third pole of the season.

The starting lineup for the road race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park:
Ben Rhodes – in the playoffs
Noah Gragson – in the playoffs
Myatt Snider
Matt Crafton – in the playoffs
Timothy Peters
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Haley – in the playoffs
Austin Hill
Johnny Sauter – in the playoffs
Alex Tagliani
Grant Enfinger – in the playoffs – moved to the back of the field after repairing an electrical issue
Cody Coughlin
DJ Kennington
Harrison Burton
Todd Gilliland
Stewart Friesen – in the playoffs
Brett Moffitt – in the playoffs
Austin Wayne Self
Mat Tullman
Justin Fontaine
Bo LeMastus
Jordan Anderson
Wendell Chavous
Roger Reuse
Norm Benning
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Jason White
Ray Ciccarelli
Joe Nemechek
Mike Harmon
Justin Kunz
Jesse Iwuji

From Bo LeMastus on down, the teams did not make a qualifying run.

After a qualifying run in wet weather conditions, the drivers will run the race in dry conditions.

Stages one and two of the race are 20 laps each with stage three lasting 24 laps for a total of 64 laps around the track.

Ben Rhodes brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead.

The top five are Ben Rhodes, Noah Gragson, Matt Crafton, Myatt Snider, and John Hunter Nemechek.

Timothy Peters is sitting in for an injured Spencer Gallagher.

Lap two, Noah Gragson is only a quarter of second behind leader Ben Rhodes.

Lap two Ben Rhodes is in the lead with Noah Gragson, Matt Crafton, John Hunter Nemechek, and Myatt Snider rounding out the top five.

Lap three Stewart Friesen gets turned around and off the track but gets going again and the track stays green.

Noah Gragson is on leader Ben Rhodes bumper and challenging for the lead.

Lap four, Ben Rhodes holds on to the lead but Noah Gragson is on his bumper.

Jordan Anderson gets in the grass but gets the truck going again and the track stays green.

Lap five, leader Ben Rhodes and Noah Gragson are nose to tail with Matt Crafton, John Hunter Nemechek, and Justin Haley rounding out the top five.

After starting from the back of the field, Grant Enfinger has moved up to 16th place.

Lap six, the top five are Ben Rhodes, Noah Gragson, Matt Crafton, John Hunter Nemechek, and Justin Haley.

Lap seven, Noah Gragson finally gets around pole sitter Ben Rhodes to take the lead of the race.

Since passing Ben Rhodes, Noah Gragson has not been able to pull away.

Myatt Snider gets turned around but gets the truck going again and the track stays green.

Lap nine, the top five are Noah Gragson, Ben Rhodes, Matt Crafton, John Hunter Nemechek, and Justin Haley.

Lap 12, Noah Gragson has a near half second lead on Ben Rhodes with Justin Haley, John Hunter Nemechek, and Matt Crafton rounding out the top five.

Lap 14, Noah Gragson continues to lead the race with Ben Rhodes a second behind. Grant Enfinger has moved into the top 10.

Lap 14, the top five are Noah Gragson, Ben Rhodes, Justin Haley, John Hunter Nemechek, and Matt Crafton.

Five laps remain in stage one and leader Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of two and a half seconds n Ben Rhodes.

Lap 17, Noah Gragson has a two second lead on Ben Rhodes as some of the drivers short pit the end of the stage and make green flag pit stops.

Lap 18, Noah Gragson’s lead is down to a second and a half on Ben Rhodes; Justin Haley, John Hunter Nemechek, and Matt Crafton round out the to five.

Noah Gragson wins stage one for his eighth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Noah Gragson
Ben Rhodes
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Matt Crafton
Brett Moffitt
Johnny sauter
Timothy Peters
Grant Enfinger
D.J. Kennington.

Noah Gragson wins the race off of pit road.

FOX Sports pit reporters reveal that Noah Gragson said he was only running around 80% out on the track.

Staying out on the track, Timothy Peters will lead the field to the green flag for the green flag start of stage two.

The green flag for stage two is on lap 2 with Timothy Peters taking the lead.

The top five are Timothy Peters, Noah Gragson, Cody Coughlin, Justin Haley, and Todd Gilliland.

Noah Gragson passes Timothy Peters to retake the lead.

Lap 26, Noah Gragson leads with Justin Haley in second one second behind; Timothy Peters, Cody Coughlin, and Todd Gilliland round out the top five.

Lap 27 Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of two seconds on Justin Haley; Todd Gilliland, Cody Coughin, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap 28, Roger Reuse hits the wall and has some heavy damage. He gets the truck moving again and the track stays green.

Noah Gragson’s lead is now a second and a half over Justin Haley; Todd Gilliland, Cody Coughlin, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Max Tullman gets off the track and brings out the first on track caution flag of the race.

Grant Enfinger leaves pit road with the gas can attached and later falls onto the track. He will have to serve a stop and go penalty and restart the race from the back of the field.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 34 but it is Justin Haley who gets out in front first before Noah Gragson passes him to retake the lead.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Justin Haley, Todd Gilliland, Brett offitt, and John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 35, Noah Gragson has a half second lead on Justin Haley with Todd Gillialnd challenging for second.

Lap 36, Noah Gragson has a third of a second lead on Todd Gilliland with Justin Haley, Brett Moffitt, and John Hunter Nemechek rounding out the top five.

Ben Rhodes is the first driver to short pit the end of stage two with three laps remaining in the stage.

Lap 37, Noah Gragson has a two second lead on Brett Moffitt as Todd Gillialnd makes a pit stop.

Noah Gragson wins stage two; adding to his most stage wins of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Noah Gragson
Brett Moffitt
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Matt Crafton
Stewart Friesen
Johnny Sauter
Timothy Peters
Grant Enfinger
Myatt Snider

Some fluid was spilled on pit road and NASCAR has delayed opening the pits while the mess is cleaned up.

The pits are finally opened on lap 44.

Noah Gragson wins the race off of pit road, but will not lead the field to green since there are drivers who stayed out on the track.

Track cleanup continues with an extended caution.

Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 49.

Austin Wayne Self brings out the caution flag when he wrecks after a four wide race for position. Self has some significant damage to his truck.

Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 51 and holds on to the lead.

The top five are Johnny Sauter, rant Enfinger, Todd Gilliland, Cody Coughlin, and Timothy Peters.

With only 13 laps remaining in the race, the drivers are doing a lot of beating and banging for position…and points.

Lap 52, the top five are Johnny Sauter, Todd Gilliland, Grant Enfinger, Timothy Peters, and Noah Gragson.

Lap 53, Todd Gilliland gets around Johnny Sauter to take the lead.

The top five are Todd Gilliland, Johnny Sauter, Grant Enfinger, Noah Gragson, and Ben Rhodes.

Ten to go, Todd Gilliand lead Johnny Sauter by a second with a great deal of aggressive driving from the drivers around the course.

Alex Tagliani gets turned around but the track stays green.

Todd Gilliland has pulled out to a lead of over a second and a half.

Todd Gilliland leads with Johnny Sauter in second; Noah Gragson, Ben Rhodes, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Eight to go, Todd Gilliland is in the lead by over three seconds; Noah Gragson, Justin Haley, Ben Rhodes, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 57, Todd Gilliland’s lead over Noah Gragson is over three and a half seconds; Justin Haley, Ben Rhodes, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 58, Todd Gilliland has pulled out to a lead of four seconds on Noah Gragson; Justin Haley, Ben Rhodes, and Johnny Saute round out the top five.

Austin Wayne Self brought out the caution flag with a wreck.

After having a four second lead erased, Todd Gillialnd brings the field down for the green flag restart in overtime racing. Todd Gilliland holds on to his lead.

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

Ben Rhodes gets turned around but the track stays green.

Todd Gilliland takes the white flag.

Noah Gragson is closing in on team mate Todd Gilliland.

In the final turn Todd Gilliland and Noah Gragson make contact and get turned around allowing Justin Haley to win the race.

With the win, Justin Haley is the first driver in the playoffs to ensure his spot in the next round of the playoffs.

The unofficial results of the Chevrolet Silverado 250:
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Brett Moffitt
Timothy Peters
Matt Crafton
Johny Sauter
Stewart Friesen
Austin Hill
Noah Gragson
Alex Tagliani
Todd Gilliland
D.J. Kennington
Harrison Burton
Ben Rhodes
Cody Coughlin
Jordan Anderson
Grant Enfinger
Justin Fontaine
Myatt Snider
Norm Benning
Austin Wayne Self
Bo LeMastus
Jason White
Wendell Chavous
Jesse Iwuji
Justin Kunz
Roger Reuse
Ray Ciccarelli
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Max Tullman
Mike Harmon
Joe Nemechek

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