The Camping World Truck Series kicks off a triple header weekend with the World of Westgate 200 for race two in round one of the playoffs.

Noah Gragson won the pole and will bring the field to green.

The starting lineup for the World of Westgate 200:
Noah Gragson – in the playoffs
Stewart Friesen – in the playoffs
Grant Enfinger – in the playoffs
Chris Eggleston
Riley Herbst
Johnny Sauter – in the playoffs
Brandon Jones
John Hunter Nemechek
Brett Moffitt – in the playoffs
Todd Gilliland
Tanner Thorson
Justin Haley – in the playoffs
Myatt Snider
Timothy Peters
Cody Coughlin
Austin Hill
Bo LeMastus
Ben Rhodes – in the playoffs – moved to the back of the field for unapproved adjustments
Cory Roper
Korbin Forrister
Austin Theriault
Joe Nemechek
T. J. Bell
Ross Chastain
Austin Wayne Self
Jesse Little
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Bayley Currey
Matt Crafton – in the playoffs
Justin Fontaine
Wendell Chavous
Jordan Anderson

Stages one and two of the race are 30 laps each with stage three lasting 74 laps for a total of 134 laps around the mile and a half track.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and jumps out for the lead as drivers get three wide across the track.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Stewart Friesen, Grant Enfinger, Brandon Jones, and Chris Eggleston.

Tanner Throson hits the wall but the track stays green as Thorson tries to get to pit road with a smoking track and a flat tire.

The caution flag comes out on lap four for fluid from Thorson’s truck which is now on fire.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 12 with Gragson getting out in front.

After starting the race at the back of the field, Matt Crafton has moved himself into sixth place.

Lap 13, the top five are Noah Gragson, Todd Gilliland, Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, and Brandon Jones.

Lap 17, Noah Gragson continues to led the race with John Hunter Nemechek in second; Todd Gilliland Stewart Friesen, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

Lap 20, Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Todd Gilliland, Stewart Friesen, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

Lap 23, Noah Gragson now has a lead of a second on John Hunter Nemechek with Todd Gilliland, Stewart Friesen, and Brandon Jones rounding out the top five.

Lap 27, Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of nearly four seconds on John Hunter Nemechek; Stewart Friesen, Todd Gilliland, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

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

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Noah Gragson
John Hunter Nemechek
Stewart Friesen
Todd Gilliland
Brandon Jones
Johnny Sauter
Grant Enfinger
Matt Crafton
Justin Haley
Ben Rhodes

Taking only two tires Stewart Friesen wins the race off of pit road with Noah Gragson out second, also on two tires.

As the sun sets displaying a beautifully coloured sunset, Stewart Friesen brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two and holds on to his lead.

Stewart Friesen brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 48 and holds on to his lead.

Lap 49, the top five are Grant Enfinger, Stewart Friesen, Matt Cratfon, Noah Gragson, and Brandon Jones.

Drivers are getting three nd four wide across the track.

Lap 4, Grant Enfinger has a third of a second lead on Matt Crafton with Noah Gragson, Stewart Friesen, and John Hunter Nemechek rounding out the top five.

Riley Herbst hits the wall and blows a tire. He gets down to pit road and the track stays green.

Lap 57, Grant Enfinger has a half second lead on Matt Crafton.

Grant Enfinger wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Grant Enfinger
Matt Crafton
Noah Gragson
Joh n Hunter Nemechek
Stewart Friesen
Jesse Little
Ben Rhodes
Brandon Jones
Jony Sauter
Brett Moffitt

Taking only two tires, Cody Coughlin wins the race off of pit road.

Todd Gilliland brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 66 with Gilliland holding on to the lead.

Lap 67 the top five are Todd Gilliland, Noah Gragson John Hunter Nemechek, Grant Enfinger, and Johnny Sauter.

Lap 68 Grant Enfinger gets out in front for the lead.

Wendell Chaous spins out but gets the truck refired and the track stays green.

Lap 69, the top five are Grant Enfinger, John Hunter Nemechek, Noah Gragson, Todd Gilliland, and Stewart Friesen.

Lap 72, Grant Eninger is slowly increasing his lead on second place driver John Hunter Nemechek. Noah Gragson passes Nemechk to take second.

Sixty laps remaining in the race and the track is cooling off now that the sun has set. The top five are Grant Enfinger, Noah Gragson, John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, and Johnny Sauter.

Lap 81, Grant Enfinger holds on to a narrow lead over Noah Gragson with Johnny Sauter in third, John Hunter Nemechek and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Todd Gilliland brings out the caution flag on lap 83 when he makes contact with Jesse Little.

With 50 laps remaining in the race, the drivers are within their pit window to make it to the end of the race.

Taking only fuel, Grant Enfinger wins the race off of pit road.

Lap 89, Grant Eninger brings the field down for the green flag restart but it is Stewart Friesen who takes the lead.

Lap 90 Grant Enfinger passes Stewart Friesen to retake the lead but Friesen is not ready to give up the lead.

Lap 93, Grant Enfinger gets out in front for the lead of the race; Stewart Friesen, Ben Rhodes, John Hunter Nemechek, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Grant Enfinger and Stewart Friesen make contact but both drivers save their trucks and the track stays green.

Lap 96, Ben Rhodes takes over the lead of the race with Grant Enginger in second.

Lap 100 Ben Rhodes has the lead of the race.

Stewart Friesen brings out the caution flag when he spins out and collects John Hunter Nemechek in the process.

Johnny Sauter and Ben Rhodes bring the field down for the green flag restart on lap 101. Sauter is in the lead but Ben Rhodes nad Matt Crafton make it three wide with Sauter taking the lead of the race.

The top five are Johnny Sauter, Matt Crafton, Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt, and Brandon Jones.

Matt Crafton takes the lead of the race with 29 laps remaining.

Brett Moffitt and Noah Gragson make contact but the track stays green.

Johnny Sauter and Matt Crafton battle for the lead with Johnny Sauter taking the lead.

Noah Gragson has a tire rub and a smoking truck and blows the tire before he can et to pit road; but the track stays green.

Only 25 laps remaining in the race with Johnny Sauter leading the race; Matt Crafton, Ben Rhodes, Grant Enfinger, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

Noah Gragson was charged with a commitment cone violation when entering pit road.

Stewart Friesen makes an off road excursion through the grass on his way to pit road.

Twenty to go, Johnny Sauter leads the race with Matt Crafton, Grant Enfinger, Ben Rhodes, and Brandon Jones rounding out the top five.

Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag restart with 18 laps remaining in the race. Matt Crafton takes the lead briefly but then Sauter retakes the top spot.

Seventeen to go; the top five are Johnny Sauter, Ben Rhodes, Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, and John Hunter Nemechek.

Noah Gragsn brings his truck down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop with a flat tire.

Cory Roper makes an off road excursion through the grass bringing out the caution flag. Brandon Jones truck was also involved with significant damage to his truck.

Johnny Sauter and Ben Rhodes are on the front row and bring the field down for the green flag restart with only 10 laps remaining in the race. In a three wide battle, Johnny Sauter gets the lead with Ben Rhodes in second

Lap 124, Brett Moffitt takes the lead of the race with Ben Rhodes in second and Matt Crafton in third.

Lap 125, Brett Moffitt has a narrow lead on Ben Rhodes with Johnny Sauter, Matt Crafton, and Justin Haley rounding out the top five.

Lap 128, Brett Moffit is in the lead with Johnny Sauter on his bumper; Ben Rhodes, Matt Crafton, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

Stewart Friesen brings out the caution flag when he gets loose and hits the wall.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart in overtime racing. Brett Moffitt gets out in front for the lead.

Cody Coughlin spins out and brings out the caution flag. Brett Moffit and Matt Crafton make contact. Johnny Sauter and Grant Enfinger make contact but all four drivers see little damage.

In overtime try number two, Brett Moffitt and Matt Crafton are on the fron row and bring the field to the green flag restart.

Brett Moffitt gets out in front with Grant Enfinger and Matt Crafton battling for second.

Justin Haley spins out and catches up several drivers to bring out the caution flag. Timothy Peters, Austin Hill, John Hunter Nemechek, T. J. Bell, and Jesse Little were all involved in the wreck. NASCAR puts out the red flag to get the track cleaned up.

In the third overtime attempt, Brett Moffitt and Grant Enfinger are on the front row and will bring the field to the green flag restart. Brett Moffitt is off the pace with possible fuel issues. Grant Enfinger takes the lead with Johnny Sauter in second.

Grant Enfinger takes the white flag.

Grant Enfinger holds off challengers and wins the Wold of Westgate 200 for his second career win. Grant Eninger has secured his spot in the next round of the playoffs.

The unofficial results of the World of Westgate 200:
Grant Enfinger
Johnny Sauter
Jusitn Haley
Ben Rhodes
Matt Crafton
Myatt Snider
Ross Chastain
Austin Theriault
Austin Wayne Self
Chris Eggleston
Brett Moffitt
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Korbin Forrister
Justin Fontaine
Jesse Little
Bayley Currey
Stewart Friesen
Noah Gragson
Timothy Peters
Jordan Anderson
T. J. Bell
John Hunter Nemechek
Austin Hill
Cody Coughlin
Cory Roper
Brandon Jones
Todd Gilliland
Wendell Chavous
Riley Herbst
Bo LeMastus
Joe Nemechek
Tanner Thorson

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