The Camping World Truck Series ids off the final weekend of the racing season with the Ford EcoBoost 200 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Justin Haley, Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, and Johnny Sauter will be competing for the championship title.

While the drivers will run the race in stages, there will be no stage points awarded this weekend. All that matters is the final four and the race for the championship.

For some drivers this will be their final race as a driver; for others it will be their final race as a CWTS driver because they will be moving on to the Xfinity Series; and for others it is just the beginning…

After two rounds of qualifying, with a time of 31.88 seconds, Grant Enfinger wins his second pole of the season and will bring the field to green. The Championship Four will start the race three through six.

The starting lineup for the Ford EcoBoost 200:
Grant Enfinger
Stewart Friesen
Noah Gragson
Justin Haley
Brett Moffitt
Johnny Sauter
Ross Chastain
John Hunter Nemechek
Jesse Little
Chris Windom
Ben Rhodes
Myatt Snider
Sheldon Creed
Harrison Burton
Todd Gilliland
Austin Hill
Tyler Dippel
Robby Lyons
Cory Roper
Joe Nemechek
Jeb Burton
Matt Crafton
Brennan Poole
Austin Wayne Self
Jordan Anderson
Tanner Thorson
D.J. Kennington
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Ray Ciccarelli
Reid Wilson
Justin Fontaine
Camden Murphy

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

Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead with Stewart Friesen in second.

Lap two, the top five are Grant Enfinger, Justin Haley, Stewart Friesen, John Hunter Nemechek, and Johnny Sauter.

Lap three Justin Haley challenges Grant Enfinger for the lead but Enfinger holds his off so far.

Lap five, the championship four are in second, fourth, fifth, and seventh.

Gran Enfinger leads the race by over half a second over Justin Haley; Stewart Friesen, Johnny Sauter, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap seven, Grant Enfinger has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Justin Haley.

Lap eight with a lead of over a second, Grant Enfinger continues to lead the race; Justin Haley, Stewart Friesen, Noah Gragson, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 10, Gran Enfinger continues to stretch his lead over Justin Haley with Noah Gragson over two seconds behind.

Lap 14, Gran t Enginger has pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Noah Gragson; Brett Moffitt, Justin Haley, and John Hunter Nemechek round out the top five.

There are 30 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 18, Noah Gragson has closed the gap on leader Grant Enfinger to under two seconds; Brett Moffitt is in third with Justin Haley and John Hunter Nemechek swapping back and forth for fourth and fifth.

Lap 20 Grant Enfinger’s lead over Noah Gragson is just over a second and a half with Brett Moffitt in third.

Lap 26, Grant Enfinger continues to lead the race but Noah Gragson has closed the gap to just over a second with Brett Moffitt over two seconds back; John Hunter Nemechek and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

With only two laps remaining in stage one, there are 21 trucks on the lead lap with two drivers off of the track.

Grant Enfinger wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Grant Enfinger
Noah Gragson
Brett Moffitt
John Hunter Nemechek
Matt Crafton
Justin Haley
Stewart Friesen
Jesse Little
Ben Rhodes
Sheldon Creed

Matt Crafton wins the race off of pit road.

While many of the drivers were complaining of loose conditions, Brett Moffitt was reporting a tight condition.

Matt Crafton brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two but it is Noah Gragson who gets out in front for the lead.

Lap 38, the top five are Noah Gragson, Matt Crafton, Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, and Justin Haley.

Lap 39, Matt Crafton retakes the lead after spinning his tires on the restart. Crafton began the race in 22nd spot and worked his way forward.

Brett Moffitt challenges Matt Crafton for the lead and on lap 41, Brett Moffitt takes the lead.

The top five are Brett Moffitt, Matt Crafton, Noah Gragson, Grant Enfinger, and Justin Haley.

Lap 43, Brett Moffitt leads the race with Matt Crafton and Noah Gragson battling for second. Noah Gragson takes over second place.

Lap 45, the top five are Brett Moffitt, Noah Gragson, Grant Enfinger, Matt Crafton, and Justin Haley.

Lap 48, Brett Moffitt leads the race; Noah Gragson, Grant Enfinger, Matt Crafton, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Lap 53, Brett Moffitt has pulled out to a lead of nearly two second on Noah Gragson; Grant Enfinger, Matt Crafton, and John Hunter Nemechek round out the top five.

There are 22 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 55, Brett Moffitt’s lead is now a second and a half on Noah Gragson.

Lap 57, Brett Moffitt continues to lead the race with a second and a half lead on Noah Gragson.

Brett Moffitt wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Brett Moffitt
Noah Gragson
Grant Enfinger
Matt Crafton
John Hunter Nemechek
Stewart Friesen
Jesse Little
Justin Haley
Sheldon Creed
Johnny Sauter

Brett Moffitt wins the race off of pit road. Drivers were still reporting loose conditions.

With 74 laps in stage three, the drivers cannot complete the stage on one load of fuel and will have to make a green flag pit stop.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 68 but it is Noah Gragson who gets out in front for the lead.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, Sheldon Creed, Grant Enfinger, and Justin Haley.

Lap 70, Noag Gragson has a quarter second lead on Brett Moffitt; Grant Enfinger, Stewart Friesen, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Lap 72, Brett Moffitt challenges Noah Gragson for the lead but so far Gragson has held him off.

Lap 74, Noah Gragson has pulled out to a half second lead on Brett Moffitt; over a second back, Grant Enfinger, Stewart Friesen, and Justin Haley round out the top five

Lap 77, Brett Moffitt again challenges leader Noah Gragson for the lead.

Robby Lyons slaps the wall but gets down to pit road and the track stays green.

Lap 80, Noah Gragson leads the race with Brett Moffitt in second and challenging for the lead; Grant Enfinger, Stewart Friesen, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Lap 85, the top five are Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, Stewart Friesen, and Sheldon Creed.

Lap 90, Brett Moffitt continues to challenge leader Noah Gragson grant Enfinger, Stewart Friesen, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

Lap 94, Grant Enfinger gets around Brett Moffitt for second but Brett Moffitt gets it back as Noah Gragson increases his lead to over half a second.

Lap 98, the battle continues as the drivers get side by side but Brett Moffitt has not been able to get out in front. Lapped traffic has also played a role.

After battling side by side for several laps, Brett Moffitt finally gets around Noah Gragson to take over the lead of the race on lap 100.

Lap 101, Brett Moffitt gives up a hard fought lead to make his green flag pit stop as the cycle of green flag stops begins.

Once the green flag pit stops have cycled through, Brett Moffit rtetakes the lead of the race and has a lead of over two seconds on Grant Enfinger.

Lap 107, the top five are Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, Noah Gragson, Stewart Friesen, and Sheldon Creed with only 15 trucks on the lead lap.

Only 20 laps remaining in the race, Brett Moffitt has a lead of over a second and a half on Grant Enfinger and a lead of four and a half seconds on Noah Gragson; Stewart Friesen and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

Only 16 laps remain in the race, Brett Moffitt has a lead of nearly two seconds on Grant Enfinger and just under four seconds on Noah Gragson.

Thirteen to go, Brett Moffitt’s lead is now two seconds on Grant Enfinger with Noah Gragson over four seconds back; Stewart Friesen and Sheldon Creed round out the top five with 13 trucks on the lead lap.

Ten to go, it took a while for Brett Moffitt to get the lead of the race, but he has made the best of it with a two second lead on Grant Enfinger and a five second lead over Noah Gragson.

Six to go Brett Moffitt continues to lead the race with a lead of nearly two seconds on Grant Enfinger and over five seconds on Noah Gragson. There are 12 trucks on the lead lap.

Four to go, Grant Enfinger has closed the gap on leader Brett Moffitt to a second and a half with Noah Gragson nearly six seconds back.

Chris Windom hits the wall with a flat tire but the track stays green.

Brett Moffitt takes the white flag.

Brett Moffitt wins the race and his first championship in dominating fashion. There were several times throughout the season that there was some question as to whether Brett Moffitt’s team would be able to field a truck; but somehow they persevered and triumphed to win the championship in an on track caution free race.

The unofficial results for the Ford EcoBoost 200:
Brett Moffitt
Grant Enfinger
Noah Gragson
Stewart Friesen
Sheldon Creed
Matt Crafton
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Haley
Jesse Little
Ben Rhodes
Harrison Burton
Johnny Sauter
Todd Gilliland
Myatt Snider
Tyler Dippel
Ross Chastain
Cory Roper
Jeb Burton
Brennan Poole
Jordan Anderson
Austin Hill
Justin Fontaine
Austin Wayne Self
Chris Windom
Ray Ciccarelli
D.J. Kennington
Robby Lyons
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Tanner Throson
Reid Wilson
Joe Nemechek
Camden Murphy

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