After a few weeks in the Florida sun, NASCAR travels west to the land of slot machines and sand. The Camping World Truck Series kicks off a triple header weekend with the Bucked Up 200 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Continuing the practice of no practice or qualifying runs in order to continue keeping everyone safe amid the Covid-19 virus, the field was set with a formula involving points and race results. After winning the first two races of the season, Ben Rhodes sits on the pole and will bring the field down for the green flag.

Cup Series regular, truck owner, and Las Vegas native Kyle Busch makes his 2021 debut in the Truck Series tonight. Busch has won eight of the last 10 Truck Series races he has run; including three in a row at Las Vegas.

The starting lineup for the Bucked Up 200:
Ben Rhodes
Sheldon Creed
John Hunter Nemechek
Matt Crafton
Christian Eckes
Todd Gilliland
Chandler Smith
Derek Kraus
Stewart Friesen
Carson Hocevar
Johnny Sauter
Austin Wayne Self
Raphael Lessard
David Gilliland
Kris Wright
Tyler Ankrum
Brett Moffitt
Grant Enfinger
Timothy Peters
Tate Fogleman
Chase Purdy
Tanner Gray
Dawson Cram
Ryan Truex
Tyler Hill
Danny Bohn
Cory Roper
Jordan Anderson
Kyle Busch
Hailie Deegan
Austin Hill
Zane Smith
Spencer Boyd
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Norm Benning
Conor Daly
Jesse Iwuji
Bret Holmes
BJ McLeod
Parker Kligerman

NASCAR driver Austin Dillon joins Vince Welch and Michael Waltrip in the FOX Sports broadcast booth for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 30 laps each with stage three lasting 74 laps for a total of 134 laps around the mile and a half track.

There are 10 trucks in the race that have been sponsored by Camping World.

Ben Rhodes brings the field down for the green flag start of the race from the outside lane but it is Sheldon Creed on the inside lane that gets out in front for the lead.

Lap two, the top five are Sheldon Creed, John Hunter Nemechek, Matt Crafton, Ben Rhodes, and Christian Eckes. Kyle Busch started the race in 29th place.

Lap three Cory Roper brings out the first caution flag of the race when he spins out with a smoking truck.

Tate Fogleman also got into the wall.

Sheldon Creed brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap seven from the outside lane. John Hunter Nemechek takes the lead as drivers get three wide across the track. Kyle Busch restarts the race in 17th place.

Lap eight, John Hunter Nemechek leads the race; Sheldon Creed, Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, and Christian Eckes round out the top five. Kyle Busch enters the top 10.

Carson Hocevar has an issue and works his way to pit road on lap 10; the track stays green.

Lap eleven, John Hunter Nemechek has a third of a second lead on Sheldon Creed; Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, and Christian Eckes round out the top five. Kyle Busch is now in seventh place.

Cory Roper and Carson Hocevar are the only drivers one lap down.

Lap 15, John Hunter Nemechek has a half second lead on Sheldon Creed; Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, and Kyl Busch round out the top five.

Lap 22, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Sheldon Creed; Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

Derek Kraus is on pit road with engine issues.

With six laps remaining in stage one, John Hunter Nemechek ahs pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Sheldon Creed.

Four laps remain in stage one, John Hunter Nemechek has increased his lead to over two and a half seconds on Sheldon Creed; Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

There are 38 trucks on the lead lap.

With a lead of nearly three seconds, John Hunter Nemechek wins stage one. He has won at least one stage in each of the three races run so far.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
John Hunter Nemechek
Sheldon Creed
Matt Crafton
Kyle Busch
Stewart Friesen
Christian Eckes
David Gilliland
Ben Rhodes
Chandler Smith
Grant Enfinger

Drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service with John Hunter Nemechek winning the race off of pit road.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 37 from the inside lane and holds on to the lead with Kyle Busch in second.

Lpa 38, the top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Sheldon Creed, Kyle Busch, Stewart Friesen, and Matt Crafton.

During his pit stop, Kyle Busch spoke of possible drive trane issues.

Lap 40, John Hunter Nemechek has led all but the first seven laps of the race.

Lap 42, drivers are getting three wide across the track as they battle for position with John Hunter Nemechek a half second out in front.

There are 29 cars on the lead lap with all 40 drivers still in the race.

Sheldon Creed is reporting some possible engine issues.

Lap 46, Zane Smith makes an unscheduled trip down pit road with a flat tire.

Lap 45, John Hunter Nemechek has a near half second lead on Kyle Busch; Stewart Friesen, Matt Crafton, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five. But Creed is falling through the field.

Lap 47, Kyle Busch battles John Hunter Nemechek for the lead and takes the top spot.

Zane Smith was caught speeding on pit road when he made his unscheduled pit stop.

With 10 laps remaining in stage two Kyle Busch has the lead; John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, Matt Crafton, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Five laps remain in stage two, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead for over a second and a half on John Hunter Nemechek; Stewart Friesen, Matt Crafton, and Ben Rhodes round out the top five.

Leader Kyle Busch has no more reports about issues with the drive trane.

Kyle Busch wins stage two by over a second and a half on John Hunter Nemechek.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kyle Busch
John Hunter Nemechek
Stewart Friesen
Matt Crafton
Ben Rhodes
Austin Hill
Grant Enfinger
David Gilliland
Christian Eckes
Tyler Ankrum

Sheldon Creed is on pit road with the hood up with the team working to find out what is wrong with the truck.

Drivers come down pit road for service with Stewart Friesen winning the race off of pit road; followed by John Hunter Nemechek and Kyle Busch.

Stewart Friesen brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 68 from the outside lane with John Hunter Nemechek alongside. Nemchek takes the lead form the inside lane.

Lap 69, Conor Daly slams into the wall and has a flaming truck. He climbs out of the truck unaided. He becomes the first driver out of the race.

A spark plug was loose on Sheldon Creed’s truck.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag restart from the inside lane on lap 76. Nemechek gets out in front for the lead after a push form Kyle Busch. Drivers spread out across the track three and four wide.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, Austin Hill, Kyle Busch, and Christian Eckes.

The caution flag comes out on lap 79 after Chandler Smith spins out and hits the wall.

Drivers come down pit road for service; hoping to fill up with enough fuel to make it to the end of the race.

Making only his second Truck Series start, Conor Daly said that while the wreck was less than comfortable, he is fine. He attributes the wreck to lack of experience in a truck. Daly is an IndyCar regular.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag restart from the inside lane on lap 84 with Kyle Busch on the outside lane. Nemechek gets out in front for the lead as drivers get three and four wide across the track.

The top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Kyle Busch, Stewart Friesen, Matt Crafton, and Tanner Gray.

Chandler Smith gets into the wall but the track stays green.

With 46 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Busch makes an unscheduled trip down pit road with a flat tire. The truck gets loose on the apron and brings out the caution flag. Many years of experience in racing enabled Busch to save the truck and keep it off of the wall.

Drivers bring their trucks down pit road for service with Timothy Peters winning the race off of pit road after taking only two tires.

Kyle Busch is now one lap down and will restart the race in 29th place.

After staying out on the track, Brett Moffitt is the new leader and will bring the field down for the green flag restart with 40 laps remaining in the race. Drivers get four wide in a battle for the lead with Brett Moffitt getting out in front.

The caution flag comes out for a big crash that include Sheldon Creed, Raphael Lessard, David Gilliland, Bret Holmes, Ryan Truex, and Hailie Deegan.

Kyle Busch is the “lucky dog” and is back on the lead lap.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart with 31 with John Hunter Nemechek alongside on the inside lane. Drivers get three wide in a battle for the lead with John Hunter Nemechek taking the lead.

Thirty to go, the top five are John Hunter Nemechek, Brett Moffitt, Austin Hill, Matt Crafton, and Ben Rhodes.

Todd Gilliland gets into the wall bu the track stays green.

Kyle Busch restarts the race in 25th place; two laps later he is in 17th place.

Lap 108, John Hunter Nemechek has a lead of nearly half a second on Austin Hill; Matt Crafton, Ben Rhodes, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five. Kyle Busch is now in 14th place.

Lap 110, John Hunter Nemechek has increased his lead to over half a second on Austin Hill. Kyle Busch has moved up to 12th place.

Lap 112, John Hunter Nemechek has increased his lead to over a second on Austin Hill. Kyle Busch has entered the top 10.

Twenty to go, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second and a half.

Cory Roper and Tyler Hill bring out the caution flag after a wreck on lap 114. Both drivers exit their trucks unaided.

Drivers come down pit road for service. FOX Sports reporters say that Parker Kligerman is the only driver with a fresh set of tires remaining.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag restart with just 14 laps remaining in the race. John Hunter Nemechek has led 80 of the laps so far.

Nemechek gets out in front for the lead as drivers are getting three and four wide across the track vying for position.

Kyle Busch goes from eighth to third in a single lap.

The caution flag comes out when Jordan Anderson and Tyler Ankrum make contact and get into the wall.

With just seven laps remaining in the race, John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag restart from the inside lane with boss man and truck owner Kyle Busch right behind. After a big push from Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek takes the lead of the race.

Five to go, John Hunter Nemechek leads the way; Kyle Busch, Austin Hill, Christian Eckes, and Stewart Friesen round out the top five.

With a third of a second lead, John Hunter Nemechek takes the white flag for one final lap.

John Hunter Nemechek edges out his boss Kyle Busch to win the Bucked Up 200 in Las Vegas!

The unofficial results of the Bucked Up 200:
John Hunter Nemechek
Kyle Busch
Austin Hill
Stewart Friesen
Matt Crafton
Zane Smith
Grant Enfinger
Parker Kligerman
Christian Eckes
Ben Rhodes
Brett Moffitt
Tanner Gray
Todd Gilliland
Austin Wayne Self

Johnny Sauter
Timothy Peters
Danny Bohn
Sheldon Creed
Chandler Smith
Tate Fogleman
Dawson Cram
Spencer Boyd
Chase Purdy
Carson Hocevar
Kris Wright
BJ McLeod
Jordan Anderson
Hailie Deegan
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Raphael Lessard
Jesse Iwuji
Derek Kraus
Norm Benning
Tyler Ankrum
Tyler Hill
Cory Roper
Bret Holmes
Ryan Truex
David Gilliland
Conor Daly