After taking a weekend off, the Gander Outdoors and RV Truck Series returns to kick off a double header Saturday with the Vet Tix Camping World 200 from Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Continuing the practice of no qualifying runs or practice laps, NASCAR has set the field with truck owner points and a random draw with Christian Eckes starting from the pole in his first race at Atlanta.

Fourteen of the drivers in the 40 truck field have never turned a lap at Atlanta.  Oh, and Charlotte truck race winner Chase Elliott and the sport’s winningest driver Kyle Busch are in the field.

Stages one and two of the race are 30 laps each with stage three lasting 60 laps for a total of 130 laps around the mile and a half track.

NASCAR has called for a competition caution at lap 15.

Christian Eckes brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead with Brett Moffitt in second.

Lap two, the caution flag comes out for a spin involving Bryan Dauzat.

Christian Eckes brings the field down for the green flag restart from the inside lane on lap six and jumps out in front for the lead.

The top five are Christian Eckes, Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, Kyle Busch, and Sheldon Creed.

Lap seven, running the high lane, Kyle Busch has moved into second place.

Lap 10, Christian Eckes leads the race with Kyle Busch in second; Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

Lap eleven, Kyle Busch challenges team mate Christian Eckes for the lead and takes the top spot just as the caution flag comes out.

Lap 12, Bryan Dauzat brings out the caution flag for a second time when he spins out on the track after making contact with Jeb Burton.  NASCAR has announced that this is the competition caution.

Some of the drivers bring their cars down pit road for fresh tires and adjustments.

After staying out on the track, Christian Eckes brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 16 and takes the lead with Brett Moffitt in second; Kyle Busch, Sheldon Creed, and Austin Hill round out the top five.

Lap 19, Christian Eckes has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Brett Moffitt and Kyle Busch who are battling for second.

Lap 22, Kyle Busch has closed the gap on leader Christian Eckes to less than half a second.

Lap 23, Kyle Busch passes Christian Eckes for the lead; Brett Brett Moffitt, Sheldon Creed, and Chase Elliott round out the top five.

A fox funs across the track and gets out of the way before the drivers get back around.

Bryan Dauzat is the only driver out of the race with the remaining drivers all on the lead lap.

Many of the drivers are reporting some very loose conditions in their trucks.

Lap 28, Kyle Busch has a lead of over a second nad a half on Christian Eckes; Chase Elliott, Zane Smith, and Austin Hill round out the top five.

Kyle Busch wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Kyle Busch
Chase Elliott
Christian Eckes
Zane Smith
Austin Hill
Brett Moffitt
Sheldon Creed
Ross Chastain
Johnny Sauter
Grant Enfinger

Drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service.  Chase Elliott wins the race off of pit road with Kyle Busch in second.

Matt Crafton has some damage to his hood after making contact with John Hunter Nemechek on pit road and has a long pit stop making repairs.  Nemechek also has some damage to the back of his truck as a result of the contact.

Johnny Sauter and Ross Chastain were caught speeding on pit road.

After staying out on the track, Zane Smith brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 38 and edges out Chase Elliott for the lead, but Chase Elliott gets around Smith for the lead.

Lap 40, Chase Elliott leads the race with Kyle Busch in second, Sheldon Creed, Grant Enfinger, and Todd Gilliland round out the top five as drivers are getting three wide across the track.

Lap 44, Chase Elliott continues to lead the race with a third of a second on Kyle Busch; Grant Enfinger, Sheldon Creed, and Todd Gilliland round out the top five.

Lap 50, Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch battle for the lead with Busch taking the lead; Grant Enfinger, Sheldon Creed, and Todd Gilliland round out the top five.

Lap 52, Chase Elliott takes the lead from Kyle Busch.

Austin Wayne Self brings out the caution flag on lap 52 when he gets stopped in the middle of the track after spinning out.

Some of the drivers bring their trucks down pit road for fresh tires.

Sheldon Creed and Zane Smith were caught speeding on pit road.

After staying out on the track, Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart with just four laps remaining in the stage.  Kyle Busch takes the lead with Todd Gilliland in second with the trucks getting three and four wide across the track.

Three laps remain in stage two, the top five are Kyle Busch, Grant Enfinger, Derek Kraus, Todd Gilliland, and Ross Chastain.

Kyle Busch wins stage two for the sweep.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kyle Busch
Grant Enfinger
Derek Kraus
Ross Chastain
Todd Gilliland
Christian Eckes
Johnny Sauter
Raphael Lessard
Matt Crafton
Austin Hill

Kyle Busch wins the race off of pit road with Todd Gilliland in second.

After staying out on the track, Grant Enfinger brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 67 but it is Ross Chastain – the watermelon man – who gets out in front for the lead.

Lap 68, Christian Eckes passes Grant Enfinger for the lead.

Ross Chastain passes Christian Eckes for the lead.

Lap 69, the top five are Ross Chastain, Christian Eckes, Raphael Lessard, Grant Enfinger, and Matt Crafton.  Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch are over two seconds back in eighth and ninth.

Lap 72, Ross Chastain leads the racy by over half a second on Christian Eckes; Raphael Lessard, Grant Enfinger, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

Lap 75, Ross Chastain has his watermelon truck out in front of Kyle Busch by over a second; Christian Eckes, Raphael Lessard, and Chase Elliott round out the top five.

Lap 77, Kyle Busch ahs pulled to within half a second of leader Ross Chastain; Christian Eckes, Chase Elliott, and Raphael Lessard round out the top five.

Fifty to go, Ross Chastain leads the race with Kyle Busch in second; Chase Elliott, Christian Eckes, and Raphael Lessard round out the top five.

With 48 laps to go, Kyle Busch has caught up to leader Ross Chastain and is battling for the lead with Kyle Busch taking the lead with 46 laps to go in the race; Chase Elliott, Christian Eckes, and Austin Hill round out the top five.

With 43 laps to go, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a half second lead on Ross Chastain with Chase Elliott over three seconds back in third; Austin Hill and Todd Gilliland round out the top five.  There are 27 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 90, Kyle Busch has increased his lead to over a second and a half on Ross Chastain.

With 37 laps to go, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of over two and a half seconds on Chase Elliott.  Ross Chastain makes his green flag pit stop to beging the cycle of green flag pit stops.

Lap 96, leader Kyle Busch brings his truck down pit road for his green flag pit stop; Chase Elliott is the new leader.

Lap 97, Chase Elliott brings his truck down pit road for service.

Ty Majeski was charged with having an uncontrolled tire on pit road.

Kyle Busch has hit the wall and is off the pace after making contact with Jordan Anderson, but the track stays green.  Kyle Busch was also caught speeding on pit road.

Austin Hill is the new leader with Ross Chastain over a second back.

Coming down pit road to serve his pass through penalty, Kyle Busch was caught speeding for a second time and puts his string of top two finishes in jeopardy.

With 28 laps remaining in the race, Austin Hill has a lead of nearly two second on Ross Chastain.

Lap 108, Austin Hill has pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Ross Chastain; Todd Gilliland, Chase Elliott, and Christian Eckes round out the top five.  There are only 19 trucks on the lead lap with TJ Bell and Bryan Dauzat out of the race.

Twenty to go, Austin Hill has increased his lead on Ross Chastain to nearly three seconds.

Lap 112, Austin Hill is running away with the lead; he is now over three and a half seconds in front of Ross Chastain; Chase Elliott, Todd Gilliland, and Christian Eckes round out the top five.  Kyle Busch is in 29th place two laps down.

Lap 115, Austin Hill has a three second lead on Ross Chastain; Chase Elliott, Todd Gilliland, and Christian Eckes round out the top five.

Lap 119, Austin Hill has a lead of nearly four seconds on Ross Chastain; Chase Elliott, Todd Gilliland, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

Ten to go, Austin Hill holds on to his lead of over three and a half seconds on Ross Chastain with 14 trucks on the lead lap.

Six to go, Austin Hill has pulled out to a four second lead on Ross Chastain; Chase Elliott, Todd Gilliland, and Grant Enfinger round out the top five.

Five to go, Austin Hill now has a lead of five seconds on Ross Chastain.

With only three laps remaining in the race, Chase Elliott brings out the caution flag after spinning out with a flag tire and erasing a lead of over five seconds for Austin Hill.

The race is going into overtime.

Ross Chastain has to make a second trip down pit road.

Austin Hill brings the field down for the green flag overtime shootout and edges out for the lead with Grant Enfinger battling for the lead.

Grant Enfinger takes the white flag but Austin Hill comes back to take the lead.  Grant Enfinger passes Hill to take the lead and gives Ford their first truck win at Atlanta.  Finishing in 22nd place, Kyle Busch ends his streak of eleven races of finishing in the top two.

The unofficial results of the Vet Tix Camping World 200:
Grant Enfinger

Austin Hill
Christian Eckes
Todd Gilliland
Zane Smith
Ross Chastain
Derek Kraus
Brett Moffitt
Ben Rhodes
Stewart Friesen
Tanner Gray
Matt Crafton
Ryan Truex
Sheldon Creed
Tyler Ankrum
Jeb Burton
Johnny Sauter
Brennan Poole
Raphael Lessard
Ty Majeski
Chase Elliott
Kyle Busch
Timmy Hill
Cory Roper
John Hunter Nemechek
Spencer Davis
Clay Greenfield
Spencer Boyd
Angela Ruch
Korbin Forrister
Austin Wayne Self
Tate Fogleman
Bayley Currey
Codie Rohrbaugh
Gray Gaulding
Jessie Little
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Jordan Anderson
T.J. Bell
Bryan Dauzat