It’s the final weekend before the championship for all three NASCAR series. Getting the triple header weekend started is the Camping World Truck Series with the Lucas Oil 150 in Phoenix at ISM Raceway.

Justin Haley and Johnny Sauter have clinched their spots in the championship four with race wins over the past two races.

Derek Kraus barely got his qualifying lap started when he spun out but kept the truck off of the wall. With only 32 trucks at the track, Kraus is guaranteed of a starting spot in the race. NASCAR has determined that since Derek Kraus did not complete a lap before spinning out, Kraus may make another attempt to qualify.

Sheldon Creed announced that he will be driving full time in the Truck Series next season.

After three rounds of qualifying Noah Gragson puts his truck on the pole for the sixth time this season.

The starting lineup for the Lucas Oil 150:
Noah Gragson
Justin Haley
Harrison Burton
Stewart Friesen
Brett Moffitt
Ben Rhodes
John Hunter Nemechek
Derek Kraus
Matt Crafton
Todd Gillialnd
Christian Eckes
Grant Enfinger
Tyler Dippel
Johnny Sauter
Tyler Ankrum
Sheldon Creed
Myatt Snider
Riley Herbst
Chase Purdy
Austin Hill
Tanner Throson
Austin Wayne Self
Joe Nemechek
Stefan Parsons
Jordan Anderson
Landon Huffman
Justin Fontaine
Jason White
Davison Cram
D. J. Kennington
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Jesse Iwuji

Stages one and two of the race are 45 laps each with stage three lasting 60 laps for a total of 150 laps around the one mile track.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green lfag start of the race with Gragson getting out in front as the drivers spread out across the track.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Justin Haley, Harrison Burton, Stewart Friesen, and Brett Moffitt.

Lap five, Noah Gragson holds on to the lead of the race with Justin Haley in second Harrison Burton, Stewart Friesen, and Derek Kraus round out the top five.

Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of nearly three seconds on Justin Haley.

Lap eight, Noah Gragson has a three second lead on Justin Haley; Harrison Burton, Stewart Friesen and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap eleven, Noah Gragson continues to lead the race by three seconds over Justin Haley.

Lap 17, Noah Gragson continues to dominate the race with a led of three seconds on Harrison Burton as he encounters slower traffic. Brett Moffitt, Brett Moffitt, Justin Haley, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Lap 21 Noah Gragson’s lead is down to less than two and a half seconds over Harrison Burton with Jennifer Jo Cobb in the pits and Joe Nemechek off the track.

Lap 25, Noah Gragson’s lead is back up to over three nd a half seconds over Harrison Burton.

The caution flag comes out when Tyler Ankurm makes contact with Todd Gilliland on lap 29.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 27 with Brett Moffitt getting out in front for the lead.

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

Lap 36, Brett Moffitt has a lead of less than half a second on Noah Gragson; Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Lap 40, Brett Moffitt holds on to his lead over Noah Gragson with 21 trucks on the lead lap.

Sheldon Creed and Grant Enfinger trade a little paint but the track stays green.

Lap 42, Brett Moffitt has pulled out to a half second lead on Noah Gragson with Stewart Friesen, Harrison Burton, John Hunter Nemechek rounding out the top five.

Brett Moffitt wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Brett Moffitt
Noah Gragson
Stewart Friesen
Harrison Burton
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Haley
Matt Crafton
Johnny Sauter
Ben Rhodes
Christian Eckes

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

Noah Gragson overshot his pit box and then stopped very close to the wal causing a slow pit stop.

Brett Moffitt was caught speeding on pit road.

Harrison Burton brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two as the drivers gets four and five wide.

The top five are Harrison Burton, Matt Crafton, Justin Haley, Ben Rhodes, and Johnny Sauter.

Lap 56, Harrison Burton has pulled out to a lead of three quarters of second on Matt Crafton; Justin Haley Ben Rhodes, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 59, Harrison Burton has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Matt Crafton; Justin Haley, Ben Rhodes, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

Lap 60, Harrison Burton’s lead is approaching a second ad a half over Matt Crafton; Justin Haley, Ben Rhodes, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

There are 21 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 71, Harrison Burton holds on to his lead but Matt Crafton is only half a second behind; Stewart Friesen, Justin Haley, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Lap 75, Matt Crafton has pulled to within less than half a second on leader Harrison Burton.

Lap 78 Harrison Burton holds off a challenge from Matt Crafton with 21 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 81 Harrison Burton has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Matt Crafton; Stewart Friesen Justin Haley and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Lap 84, Harrison Burton leads the race; Matt Crafton Stewart Friesen Justin Haley, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Lap 87, there are now 19 trucks on the lead lap with Harrison Burton in the lead by half a second over Matt Crafton.

Harrison Burton wins stage two for his first stage win.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Harrison Burton
Matt Crafton
Stewart Friesen
Justin Haley
Ben Rhodes
Grant Enfinger
Brett Moffitt
Noah Gragson
John Hunter Nemechek
Derek Kraus.

Myatt Snider is having some mechanical issues with his truck.

Taking only two tires, John Hunter Nemechek wins the race off of pit road.

Stewart Friesen was caught speeding on pit road.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 100 and holds on to the lead.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek Grant Enfinger Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, and Justin Haley.

Lap 104, John Hunter Nemechek holds on to the lead with Grant Enfinger in second; Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, and Justin round out the top five.

Lap 108, John Hunter Nemechek continues to lead the race with Grant Enfinger in second giving challenge for the lead.

Lap 112, John Hunter Nemechek has a lead of under two tenths of a second on Grant Enfinger.

Lap 115, the top five are John Hunter Nemechek Grant Enfinger Noah Gragson Harrison Burton, and Justin Haley.

Lap 120, John Hunter Nemechek has a lead of a tenth of a second on Grant Enfinger; Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, and Brett Moffitt round out the top five.

Lap 122, so far John Hunter Nemechek has been able to hold off Grant Enfinger who is only two tenths of a second behind.

Lap 125, Grant Enfinger continues to challenge John Hunter Nemechek for the lead.

The caution flag comes out on lap 127when John Hunter Nemechek gets loose. Grant Enfinger is the new leader.

NASCAR has red flagged the race while they clean up fluid on the track.

Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 136 with Noah Gragson and Grant Enfinger going nose to nose before Noah Gragson takes the lead.

The top five are Noah Gragson Grant Enfinger, Brett Moffitt, Tyler Ankrum, and Harrison Burton.

Only 12 laps remain in the race with Noah Gragson out in front by nearly a second and a half over Grant Enfinger; Brett Moffitt, Harrison Burton, and Tyler Ankrum.

Only nine laps remain in the race and Noah Gragson has a lead of nearly two seconds on Grant Enfinger.

The caution flag comes out with eight laps remaining in the race when Riley Herbst spins out.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart with just three laps remaining in the race and Brett Moffitt makes it three wide on the restart. Brett Moffitt takes the lead from the inside lane and begins to pull out in front.

With two laps remaining in the race Brett Moffit has a half second lead on Noah Gragson.

Brett Moffitt takes the white flag.

Brett Moffitt wins the race and secures his spot in the championship four in Homestead.

Second place driver Noah Gragson is the final driver in the final four that will race for the championship title next weekend.

The unofficial results of the Lucas Oil 150:
Bett Moffitt
Noah Gragson
Harrison Burton
Grant Enfinger
Stewart Friesen
Tyler Ankrum
Johnny Sauter
Derek Kraus
Christian Eckes
Sheldon Creed
Matt Crafton
Ben Rhodes
Chase Purdy
Tyler Dippel
Riley Herbst
Dawson Cram
Todd Gilliland
Tanner Thorson
Austin Wayne Self
Stefan Parsons
D.J. Kennington
Myatt Snider
Jordan Anderson
Justin Fontaine
Landon Huffman
Jason White
Jesse Iwuji
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Austin Hill
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Joe Nemechek

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