After a few weeks off, the Gander Outdoors Truck Series returns for some short track racing in Martinsville, Virginia for the TruNorth Global 250.

In group qualifying, 38 trucks are vying for 32 starting spots.

After three rounds of qualifying with a time of 19.63 seconds around the half mile track, Stewart Friesen wins the pole and will bring the field to the green flag.

Stages one and two of the race are 70 laps each with stage three lasting 110 laps. The drivers will not have to make a pit stop for fuel during any of the stages.

Stewart Friesen brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and holds on to the lead of the race with Kyle Busch on his bumper.

Lap five Stewart Friesen and Kyle Busch swap the lead back and forth for a few laps with Stewart Friesen holding on to the lead.

Lap 10, Kyle Busch takes over the lead of the race.

Lap 25, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of nearly two seconds on Stewart Friesen with 30 trucks on the lead lap.

Halfway through stage one and Kyle Busch has increased his lead to over two seconds on Johnny Sauter.

Lap 50, leader Kyle Busch has now pulled out to a lead of three seconds over second place driver Johnny Sauter as Busch encounters slower traffic. There are 19 trucks on the lead lap.

Johnny Sauter is reporting power issues.

Driving it “like he stole it”, Kyle Busch has a lead of nearly six seconds with 18 trucks on the lead lap.

Gus Dean brings out the caution flag on lap 62 with a flaming truck.

With stage one ending in a caution, Kyle Busch wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one
Kyle Busch
Stewart Friesen
Johnny Sauter
Todd Gilliland
Ross Chastain
Matt Crafton
Brett Moffitt
Austin Hill
Austin Dillon
Raphael Lessard

Kyle Busch wins the race off of pit road.

Matt Crafton, Austin Theiault, and Cory Roper were all charged with having an uncontrolled tire on pit road. Spencer Boyd was charged with having too many crew members over the pit wall.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 80 and jumps out in front to hold on to the lead.

Lap 90 Kyle Busch has only a half second lead on Ross Chastain.

Halfway through stage two, Kyle Busch continues to dominate the lead of the race.

Johnny Sauter’s power issues have been repaired – the crew tightened the loose plug wire.

Daniel Sasnet brings out the caution flag with 22 laps remaining in stage two when he spins out.

Kyle Busch wins the race off of pit road, but not all of the drivers made a pit stop.

Stewart Friesen brings the field down for the green flag restart with 17 laps remaining in stage two. Friesen holds on to the lead of the race.

With 10 laps remaining in the stage, Ross Chastain passes Stewart Friesen to take the lead of the race.

With a lead of over a second, Ross Chastain wins stage two for his first stage win.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Ross Chastain
Ben Rhodes
Kyle Busch
Stewart Friesen
Brett Moffitt
Harrison Burton
Johnny Sauter
Austin Hill
|Myatt Snider
Todd Gilliland

Ross Chastain brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 150 and holds on to the lead but has to fend off a challenge form Ben Rhodes.

After fixing a plug wire issue, Johnny Sauter is reporting some issues with his brakes.

With 69 laps remaining in the race Kyle Busch challenges Ross Chastain for the lead.

With 65 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Busch passes Ross Chastain for the lead.

Johnny Sauter blows a tire and spews debris across the track but the track stays green until Daniel Sasnett spins out and brings out the caution flag. Johnny Sauter was charged with a commitment cone violation.

With only 52 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart; Busch holds on to the lead as the drivers get three wide across the track as they battle for position.

Cory Roper brings out the caution flag with only 40 laps remaining in the race.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart of the race with only 35 laps remaining in the race. Busch holds on to his lead.

Twenty to go, Kyle Busch has a one second lead on Ben Rhodes with Ross Chastain in third.

Ten to go, Kyle Busch holds on to a lead of over a second on Ben Rhodes with 19 trucks on the lead lap.

Tyler Dippel brings out the caution flag with only eight laps remaining in the race when he spins out.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart with only three laps remaining in the race. Kyle Busch holds on to his lead.

Kyle Busch takes the white flag.

The caution flag comes out for a stopped truck on the truck but Kyle Busch wins Gander Outdoors Truck Series number 53 to extend his lead of all time Truck Series race winners. Busch now has 201 total NASCAR career wins.

TruNorth Global 250 results:
Kyle Busch
Ben Rhodes
Brett Moffitt
Ros Chastain
Stewart Friesen
Myatt Snider
Grant Enfinger
Matt Crafton
Johnny Sauter
Bubba Wallace
Harrison Burton
David Gilliland
Austin Dillon
Raphael Lessard
Todd Gilliland
Austin Hill
Sheldon Creed
Derek Kraus
Tyler Ankrum
Spencer Davis
Timmy Hill
Austin Theriault
Tyler Dippel
Reid Wilson
Korbin Forister
Jordan Anderson
Spencer Boyd
Travis Kvapil
Brennan Poole
Daniel Sasnett
Cory Roper
Gus Dean