The Gander Outdoors Truck Series kicks off a triple header weekend with the Vankor 350 at Texas Motor Speedway from Fort Worth, Texas.
Thirty-three teams brought trucks to Texasbut only 32 of them will make the race.
Norm Benning failed to qualify for the race.
Due to making an engine change on Thurs, Stewart Friesen will have to move to the back of the field to start the race.l
After two rounds of single truck qualifying Grant Enfinger puts his number 98 truck on the pole with Brett Moffitt starting alongside on the front row.
Stages one and two of the race are only 35 aps each with stage three lasting 77 laps as the diers race under the lights.
Pole sitter Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and edges out Brett Moffit to take the lead of the race.
With a push from Kyle Busch, Brett Moffitt passes Grant Enfinger for the lead on lap three.
Kyle Busch passes Brett Moffitt for the lead on lap four asthe first caution flag comes for Todd Gilliland who got into the wall and spun out.
Bret Mofftt brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap nine and holds on to the lead.
Kyle Busch and Brett Moffitt battle for the top spotThe caution flag comes out on lap 12 when Harrison Burton pins out and hits the wall after getting loose on the track.
Due to truck damage, Harrison Burton is out of the race.
Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 18 and with a little help from Sheldon Creed, Brett Moffitt holds on to thelead.
The third caution flag of the race comes out on lap 18 when Angela Ruch spins out and backs into the wall after making contact with Gus Dean.
Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 24 and holds on to his lead but has to battle with Kyle Busch to hold on to the spot.
On lap 25, Kyle Busch takes over the lead of the race.
Lap 27 the fourth caution flag of the race comes out when Gus Dean spins out with a flat tire.
After leader Kyle Busch made a pit stop during the caution flag, Brett Moffitt beings the field down for the green flag restart with only four laps remaining in stage one. Grant Enfinger passes Moffitt for the lead.
With three laps remaining in the stage, Sheldon Creed and Grant Enfinger swap the lead back and forth.Grant Enfinger wins his first stage of the season.
The top 1o at the end of stage one:
Taking only fuel, Grant Enfinger wins the race off of pit road; coming out second, Ben Rhodes also took fuel only.
Grant Enfinger was charged with having a crew member over the wall too soon and will have to serve a drive through penalty.
Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 43 and gets out in front of the field for the lead.
The sixth caution flag comes out on lap 49 when Anthony Alfredo gets turned around, hits the wall, and catches fire. He quickly exits the truck and is unharmed.
NASCAR has red flagged the race on lap 53 to get the track cleaned up from Anthony Alfredo’s wreck.
After a red flag condition of over 10 minutes, NASCAR displays the cuation flag and the trucks begin moving again.
Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 58 and gets out in front for the lead with Matt Crafton in second.
Austin Hill brings his truck down pit road with power and overheating issues.
After the longest green flag run of the night, Kyle busch wins stage two for his sixth stage win in four races.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Taking fuel only, Johnny Sauter wins the race off of pit road with Kyle Busch right behind on four fresh tires.
Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three with 71 laps remaining in the race and holds on to the lead.
With 65 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Busch reclaims the lead of the race.
With 49 laps remaining in the race, Brett Moffitt gets aroundKyle Busch to take the lead.
The eighth caution flag comes out with 45 laps to go when Korbin Forrister spins out.
Kyle Busch wins the race off of pit road after taking only two tires; Matt Crafton, Ross Chastain, and Brennan poole also took only two tires. Tyler Ankrum and Jesse Little took fuel only during their pit stops.
Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart with 38 laps remaining in the race. Busch holds on to his lead as Matt Crafton and Ros Chastain battle for the second spot.
With only 31 laps remaining in the race, codie Rohrbaugh brings out the caution flag after he spins out and hits the wall.
Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 25 laps remaining in the race. Busch umps out in front to hold on to his lead with the reigning Truck Series champion Brett Moffitt in second.
With 24 laps to go, Brett Moffitt gets around Kyle Busch to take the lead but Kyle Busch takes it right back.
With 21 laps to go, Stewart Friesen challenges Kyle Busch for the lead but Busch hangs on to the top spot.
Brett Moffitt had to bring his truck down pit road with a flat tire.
Ten to go, Kyle Busch has a narrow lead on Stewart Friesen.
Five to go Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Stewart Friesen.
Kyle Busch takes the white flag.
Kyle Busch wins his fourth Truck Series race of the season in four starts. Number 55 in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series and number 202 over all three Series.
For the fifth time, Stewart Friesen finishes in second place behind Kyle Busch.
Vankor 350 results;
Jennifer Jo Cobb