The Gander Outdoors Truck Series kicks off a triple header weekend at Dover International Speedway for the JEGS 200 after taking a month off.
So far this season, Monster Energy Cup Series driver and Gander Outdoors Truck Series owner Kyle Busch has dominated the wins in the Truck Series, but this weekend Kyle Busch is not in the race where a Truck Series regular hopes to earn his spot in the playoffs. To date Austin Hill is the only Truck Series regular who has earned himself a spot in the playoffs.
Stages one and two of the race are 45 laps each with stage three lasting 110 laps for a total of 200 laps around the one mile track.
Matt Crafton will have to start from the back of the field due to an engine change. Spencer Boyd is also starting from the back of the field in a backup truck.
After breaking the track record in qualifying, pole sitter Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag and jumps out in front for the lead.
Lap three Stewart Friesen takes the lead of the race.
Lap four, Matt Crafton has already moved up to 20th after starting from the back of the field.
Lap six Brett Moffitt retakes the lead with Matt Crafton in 15th.
After hitting the wall, Brennan Poole makes an unscheduled trip down pit road.
Lap 20, Brett Moffitt continues to lead the race with Matt Crafton in 13th.
With only nine laps remaining in stage one, Brett Moffitt has pulled out to a one second lead on Johnny Sauter.
After dominating the stage, Brett Moffitt wins stage one by a second and a half for his first stage win of the season.
The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Brett Moffitt wins the race off of pit road.
There were several penalties during the pit stops with Todd Gilliland getting caught speeding on pit road, Tyler Ankrum and Derek Kraus were charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road, and Ross Chastain was charged with having too many crew members over the wall.
Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 55 and holds on to the lead with Sheldon Creed in second.
Matt Crafton is reporting some possible engine issues.
Stewart Friesen is reporting a very loose condition and is dropping back in the field.
Josh Reaume has been posted for not making the minimum speed.
After a suspension for violating the substance abuse policy, Austin Wayne Self has returned to the track.
With nine laps remaining in stage two, Johnny Sauter gets around Brett Moffitt for the lead.
Johnny Sauter wins stage two for his second stage win of the season.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Matt Crafton had a loose plug wire, which has been repaired.
Cheldon Creed wins the race off of pit road with Johnny Sauter coming out in second.
Sheldon Creed brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 99 and holds on to the lead as drivers are getting three wide across the track.
Lap 102, Jesse Little hits the wall but makes his way down pit road and the track stays green.
Korbin Forrister brings out the caution flag when he hits the wall.
Sheldon Creed brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 117 and Brett Moffitt takes the lead as the drivers get three wide across the track.
Lap 118, Harrison Burton takes the lead.
Lap 119, Sheldon Creed retakes the lead.
Jesse Little makes another unscheduled trip down pit road with continued problems after hitting the wall.
Seventy five to go and Sheldon Creed holds on to the lead of the race.
Lap 135, rookie Sheldon Creed has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Harrison Burton.
Reid Wilson wrecks entering pit road but the track stays green with 54 laps remaining in the race.
Todd Gilliland and Austin Wayne Self make contact and bring out the caution flag with 46 laps remaining in the race.
Taking only two tires, Ben Rhodes wins the race off of pit road.
Ben Rhodes brings the field down for the green flag restar with 41 laps remaining in the race.
Sheldon Creed gets turned around and brings out the caution flag with a crashed truck. Todd Gilliland was also caught up in the crash.
Ben Rhodes brings the field down for the green flag restart with 35 laps remaining in the race and holds on to the lead.
With 30 laps to go, Johnny Sauter passes Ben Rhodes for the lead with Brett Moffitt in second.
With 21 laps to go, the top four trucks are separated by on four hundredths of a second.
Ross Chastain gets loose twice but saves his truck both times but the track stays green.
Thirteen to go, Johnny Sauter has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Brett Moffitt.
The caution flag comes out with only 10 to go when Brennan Poole gets into the wall.
Johnny Sauter brings the field down for the green flag restart with just five laps remaining in the race. Johnny Sauter holds off Brett Moffit to hold on to the lead.
Johnny Sauter takes the white flag.
Johnny Sauter wins the race to make it three consecutive wins at Dover and beating Miles the Monster.
The results of the JEGS 200:
Austen Wayne Self
Jennifer Jo Cobb