The Gander Outdoors Truck Series returns to the smallest track on the circuit with the NASCAR Hall of Fame 200 from the paperclip shaped track of Martinsvillle.

This is race two in the round of six with only two more races in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series in the 2019 racing season after Martinsville.

After single truck qualifying with a time of 19.84 seconds, Christian Eckes puts his Kyle Busch Motorsports number 51 turck on the pole for his third career pole with Brett Moffitt starting alongside on the front row.

Stages one and two of the race are 50 laps each with stage three lasting 100 laps for a total of 200 laps around the half mile track. With a fuel load of around 130 laps, the drivers can complete the race on only one pit stop.

Truck driver Sam Mayer is only 16 years old.

Christian Eckes brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and goes nose to nose with Brett Moffitt for the lead.

Lap three Brett Moffitt takes the lead.

Lap six, Brett Moffitt has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Christian Eckes.

At only half a mile around, the leaders will be encountering slower traffic quickly.

Various tracks on the NASCAR circuit off some unique trophies; Martinsville offers one of the most unique – a grand father clock.

Lap 10, Brett Moffitt has increased his lead to a second and a half on Christian Eckes.

Cody McMahon is off the track.

The first caution flag of the race comes out when Ray Ciccarelli spins out.

Lap 22, Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart and takes the lead with Christian Eckes in second and Ben Rhodes in third.

Lap 27, Brett Moffitt has a lead of over half a second on Christian Eckes. There are 27 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 30, Brett Moffitt continues to lead the race with a near second lead on Christian Eckes.

Lap 33, Brett Moffitt is in the lead; Christian Eckes, Ben Rhodes, Matt Crafton, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 40, Brett Moffitt has pulled out to a lead of nearly two seconds on Christian Eckes with Ben Rhodes, Matt Crafton, and Johnny Sauter rounding out the top five.

Lap 43, Brett Moffitt now has a lead of over two seconds on Christian Eckes.

Lap 46, Brett Moffitt has pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Christian Eckes with 25 trucks on the lead lap.

Brett Moffitt wins stage one for his fifth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Brett Moffitt
Christian Eckes
Ben Rhodes
Matt Crafton
Johnny Sauter
Harrison Burton
Tyler Ankrum
Stewart Friesen
Grant Enfinger
Ross Chastain

Some of the drivers come down pit road for service and adjustments. Johnny Sauter wins the race off of pit road.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 62 and holds on to the lead with Christian Eckes in second.

Lap 64, Brett Moffitt has already pulled out to a lead of nearly a second and a half on Christian Eckes.

Lap 66, Brett Moffitt’s lead is now nearly two seconds on Christian Eckes with Ben Rhodes, Matt Crafton, and Harrison Burton rounding out the top five.

Lap 70, Brett Moffitt has increased his lead to nearly two and a half seconds on Christian Eckes.

Lap 73, Brett Moffitt has a near three second lead on Christian Eckes with 25 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 77, Brett Moffitt has a three second lead on Christian Eckes.

Tanner Gray brings out the caution flag after spinning out and most of the drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service.

After being in the top five, Matt Crafton lost power on the track and had to be pushed down pit road. His crew has to make a battery change and putting Crafton laps down.

After staying out on the track, Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag restart with 13 laps remaining in stage two.

The 16 year old Sam Mayer takes the lead in only his second Truck Series start.

John Hunter Nemechek brings out the caution flag after spinning out. On the radio, Nemechek said that he was hit from behind by the 99 truck (Ben Rhodes).

Eight laps down, Matt Crafton returns to the track with eight laps remaining in stage two.

Sam Mayer brings the field down for the green flag restart with only five laps remaining in stage two. Mayer holds off Grant Enfinger to keep the lead.

In only his second Truck Series start, 16 year old Sam Mayer wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Sam Mayer
Grant Enfinger
Austin Hill
Ross Chastain
Christian Eckes
Tyler Dippel
Brett Moffitt
Johnny Sauter
Danny Bohn
Stewart Friesen

Sam Mayer brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 111 and gets out in front for the lead.

Lap 112, Sam Mayer has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Grant Enfinger with 25 drivers on the lead lap.

The drivers are beating and banging all through the field for positon.

Lap 115, Sam Mayer has a lead of over a second on Grant Enfinger.

Jeb Burton brings out the caution flag on lap 116 when he spins out after being hit by Natalie Decker and catches up a number of other drivers including Brett Moffitt.

Sam Mayer brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 122 but it is Ross Chastain who gets out in front for the lead.

Lap 123, the caution flag comes out after a crash involving several drivers including Austin Hill, Tyler Dippel, Tyler Ankrum, Grant Enfinger, Todd Gilliland, Sam Mayer, and Danny Bohn were all involved in a wreck that started when drivers tried to get four wide across the track. NASCAR has red flagged the race to get the track cleaned up.

After a 15 minute red flag delay, NASCAR has displayed the caution flag and the trucks are again moving.

Ross Chastain brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 130 and edges out Sheldon Creed to take the lead.

Lap 133, Ross Chastain has a near half second lead on Christian Eckes. Austin Hill takes his car to the garage. Tyler Ankrum is running slow and is in danger of not making the minimum speed.

Driving the Kyle Busch Motorsports truck number 51 that won the race with boss Kyle Busch behind the wheel is Christian Eckes; Eckes is giving Ross Chastain a challenge for the lead.

Tyler Ankrum was told by NASCAR to bring his truck down pit road for failure to make the minimum speed.

Ray Ciccarelli brings out the caution flag for the second tie on lap 141 when he spins out.

Playoff drivers Tyler Ankrum, Austin Hill, and Brett Moffitt are all out of the race.

Ross Chastain brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 146 and holds on to the lead with Christian Eckes in second.

Johnny Sauter gets into the back of Stewart Friesen sending him around on lap 149 and brings out the caution flag.

Ross Chastain brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 156 but it is Sheldon Creed who edges out in front for the lead.

Christian Eckes comes from third place to take the lead on lap 148.

NASCAR has ruled that Sheldon Creed jumped the restart and will have to serve a pass through penalty. Ross Chastain retakes the lead with Harrison Burton in second; Todd Gilliland, Johnny Sauter, and Timmy Hill round out the top five.

Norm Benning spins out and brings out the caution flag with just 38 laps remaining in the race.

Ross Chastain brings the field down for the green flag restart with just 32 laps remaining in the race and holds on to the lead after defending a challenge from Harrison Burton.

Twenty eight to go, Ross Chastain has pulled out to a half second lead on Harrison Burton. There are 19 trucks on the lead lap and seven trucks out of the race.

Ross Chastain holds on to a half second lead on Harrison Burton.

Jennifer Jo Cobb brings out the caution flag after losing an axle with 21 laps remaining in the race.

Ross Chastain brings the field down for the green flag restart with just 10 laps remaining in the race. Chastain jumps out in front for the lead.

Todd Gilliland comes from third to take the lead.

While Harrison Burton challenges Ross Chastain for the second spot, Todd Gilliland has pulled out to over a second lead with six laps to go.

The caution flag comes out when Natalie Decker, Jordan Anderson, and Gus Dean get into a wreck with only six laps to go.

The race goes into overtime.

Todd Gilliland brings the field down for the green/white/checker overtime finish.

Todd Gilliland takes the white flag. Harrison Burton gets turned around but the track stays green.

Nineteen year old Todd Gilliland gets his first Truck Series win after holding off Ross Chastain.

Unofficial results of the NASCAR Hall of Fame 200:
Todd Gilliland
Ross Chastain
Johnny Sauter
Grant Enfinger
Timmy Hill
Stewart Friesen
John Hunter Nemechek
Danny Bohn
Jeb Burton
Codie Rohrbaugh
Sheldon Creed
Jordan Anderson
Dawson Cram
Gus Dean
Spencer Boyd
Ben Rhodes
Christian Eckes
Harrison Burton
Austin Wayne Self
Tanner Gray
Ray Ciccarelli
Natalie Decker
Matt Crafton
Norm Benning
Tyler Ankrum
Austin Hill
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Sam Mayer
Brett Moffitt
Tyler Dippel
Josh Reaume
Cody McMahan