After taking a weekend off, the Camping World Truck Series returns for a doubleheader Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway for the Fr8Auctions 200.

After winning the race in Las Vegas, John Hunter Nemechek will sit on the pole and bring the field to the green flag; Cup Series driver and Truck owner Kyle Busch will start alongside on the front row.

Brett Moffitt was originally scheduled to start the race from the 10th position, but after an engine change, Moffitt will have to start the race from the back of the field.

For the first time in many years, NASCAR pioneering race Bill Lester is in today’s race.

The starting lineup for the Fr8Auctions 200:
John Hunter Nemechek
Kyle Busch
Matt Crafton
Stewart Friesen
Ben Rhodes
Austin Hill
Zane Smith
Sheldon Creed
Todd Gilliland
Brett Moffitt – moved to the back of the field for an engine change
Chandler Smith
Austin Wayne Smith
Johnny Sauter
Tanner Gray
Parker Kligerman
Timothy Peters
Carson Hocevar
Josh Berry
Grant Enfinger
Codie Rohrbaugh
Danny Bohn
Tate Fogleman
Raphael Lessard
Jordan Anderson
Spencer Boyd
Chase Purdy
Dawson Cram
Hailie Deegan
Derek Kraus
Tyler Ankrum
Bill Lester
Ryan Truex
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Cory Roper
Bret Holmes
Ryan Ellis
Norm Benning
Akinori Ogata
Spencer Davis
Ross Chastain

Cup Series driver Ryan Blaney joins Adam Alexander 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 70 laps for a total of 130 laps around the mile and a half track.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of the race from the inside lane and jumps out in front of boss man Kyle Busch to take the lead.   

Lap two, Matt Crafton passes John Hunter Nemechek to take the lead.

Lap three, the top five are Matt Crafton, Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek, Austin Hill, and Ben Rhodes.

Lap four Kyle Busch passes Matt Crafton to take the lead of the race.

Lap five, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a half second lead on John Hunter Nemechek; Austin Hill, Matt Crafton, and Zane Smith round out the top five.

Lap eight, Chandler Smith makes an uscheduled trip down pit road with a possible tire issue

Lap nine, after starting the race from the back of the field, Brett Moffitt has entered the top 20 in 19th place.

Lap 13, Kyle Busch continues to lead the race with a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Austin Hill, Matt Crafton, and Zane Smith round out the top five.  There are 34 trucks on the lead lap.

NASCAR puts out the yellow flag for the competition caution at the end of lap 15.

A few drivers came down pit road for fresh tires but the leaders stayed out on the track.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 20 from the inside lane and jumps out in front for the lead.

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

John Hunter Nemechek and Austin Hill battle for second.

After not being in a truck since 2007, 60 year old Bill Lester is in 38th place, one lap down.

Lap 22, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 24, Ross Chastain started the race in the back of the field and is now in the top 10 in seventh place.

Five laps remain in stage one, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second and a half on John Hunter Nemechek; Austin Hill, Stewart Friesen, and Matt Crafton round out the top five.

Lap 28, Ross Chastain has entered the top five.

John Hunter Nemechek catches and passes leader Kyle Busch to take the lead and win stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
John Hunter Nemechek
Kyle Busch
Austin Hill
Stewart Friesen
Ross Chastain
Derek Kraus
Matt Crafton
Zane Smith
Sheldon Creed
Johnny Sauter

Drivers come down pit road for service with John Hunter Nemechek winning the race off of pit road.  After taking fuel only, Jordan Anderson advanced 30 spots to come out second.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two from the inside lane and jumps out in front for the lead with Kyle Busch in second on lap 38.

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

Lap 39, Kyle Busch passes Matt Crafton for second.

Lap 40 drivers are shuffling back and forth all through the field as they vie for position.

Lap 42, John Hunter Nemechek has pulled out to a half second lead on his truck owner Kyle Busch; Matt Crafton, Stewart Friesen, and Austin Hill round out the top five.

Jordan Anderson drivers the number three truck and part of the paint scheme for today’s race is the names of women business owners and women who work in NASCAR in celebration of women’s month.

Lap 45, Kyle Busch is on leader John Hunter Nemechek’s bumper and is challenging for the lead.

Lap 46, Kyle Busch is the new leader.

Lap 49, the top five are Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen, Austin Hill, and Ross Chastain.

Nine laps remain in stage two, Kyle Busch has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Stewart Friesen, Austin Hill, and Ross Chastain round out the top five with 33 trucks on the lead lap.

Five laps remain in stage two, Kyle Busch has a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek; Stewart Friesen, Austin Hill, and Ross Chastain round out the top five

Once again with just two laps remaining in stage two, John Hunter Nemechek has caught up to leader Kyle Busch to challenge for the lead.

And once again John Hunter Nemechek wins the stage with Kyle Busch coming in second.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
John Hunter Nemechek
Kyle Busch
Stewart Friesen
Austin Hill
Ross Chastain
Sheldon Creed
Zane Smith
Brett Moffitt
Matt Crafton
Derek Kraus

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

Stewart Friesen was charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road and will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

Derek Kraus was charged with a crew member coming over the pit wall too soon.

Austin Wayne Self and Tyler Ankrum were charged with speeding on pit road.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three from the inside lane on lap 68  with John Hunter Nemechek on the outside lane.  Kyle Busch gets ut in front for the lead as drivers are getting three wide across the track in a battle for position.

Lap 68, the top five are Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek, Austin Hill, Zane Smith, and Sheldon Creed.

Lap 70, there are 29 trucks on the lead lap with Kyle Busch leading the race.

Lap 73, the top five are Kyle Busch, John Hunter Nemechek, Austin Hill, Zane Smith, and Sheldon Creed.

Lap 75, Kyle Busch has a lead of nearly a second on John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 77, Kyle Busch has increased his lead over John Hunter Nemechek to 1.32 seconds.

Lap 79, Kyle Busch continues to increase his lead and is now nearly two seconds in front of John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 80, Kyle Busch is two seconds in front of John Hunter Nemechek; Austin Hill, Sheldon Creed, and Johnny Sauter round out the top five.

Lap 85, Chandler Smith makes an uscheduled trip down pit road with another possible tire issue.

With 45 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Busch has led 61 laps so far; he is now nearly a second and a half in front of John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 90, with 25 trucks on the lead lap, Kyle Busch has increased his lead on John Hunter Nemechek to nearly two and a half seconds; Austin Hill, Johnny Sauter, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

Norm Benning is on pit road.

Thirty five laps to go, Kyle Busch continues to lead the race by over two seconds; John Hunter Nemechek, Austin Hill, Johnny Sauter, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

With 33 laps remaining in the race, drivers begin making green flag pit stops.

Lap 100, leader Kyle Busch comes down pit road for his green flag pit stop and gives the lead over to John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 101, Josh Berry is the new leader after John Hunter Nemechek makes his pit stop.

Lap 102, Chase Purdy passes Josh Berry for the lead.

Lap 103, Chase Purdy and Hailie Deegan have yet to make their green flag pit stops.

Lap 105, Chase Purdy is the only driver who has yet to make a green flag pit stop.

Kyle Busch passes Chase Purdy to take the lead; Austin Hill, John Hunter Nemechek ,and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

Lap 107, Kyle Busch has a lead of over three seconds on Austin Hill; Chase Purdy, John Hunter Nemechek, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.  Norm Benning is off the track with 19 trucks on the lead lap.

Lap 110, Norm Benning is the first driver out of the race.

Austin Hill has closed the gap on leader Kyle Busch to under three seconds.

With 18 laps remaining in the race, there are 18 trucks on the lead lap as Kyle Busch has a lead of over two seconds on Austin Hill.

Drivers get three and four wide across the track battling for position.

Lap 113, the top five are Kyle Busch, Austin Hill, John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, and Sheldon Creed.

There are 15 laps remaining in the race with Kyle Busch leading by over three seconds on Austin Hill; John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five with just 15 trucks on the lead lap.

Twelve to go, Kyle Busch as increased his lead to nearly three and a half seconds on Austin Hill.

Nine laps to go, Kyle Busch continues to lead the race in commanding fashion with a lead of over three seconds on Austin Hill with just 14 trucks on the lead lap.

Seven laps to go, Kyle Busch continues to lap trucks; there are only 13 trucks on the lead lap.  Kyle Busch holds on to his three second lead on Austin Hill; John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

With five lap remaining in the race, Kyle Busch has led 97 of the 125 laps run in the race.

Raphael Lessard is on pit road.

Lap 126, there are 12 trucks on the lead lap.

Three laps remain in the race; Kyle Busch has increased his lead to over four seconds on Austin Hill.

Kyle Busch takes the white flag with a lead of over four seconds on Austin Hill.

Kyle Busch wins the race for his sxith truck series win at Atlanta and Truck Series win number 60.

The unofficial results of the Fr8Auctions 200:
Kyle Busch
Austin Hill
John Hunter Nemechek
Johnny Sauter
Sheldon Creed
Zane Smith
Ross Chastain
Matt Crafton
Brett Moffitt
Stewart Friesen
Grant Enfinger
Carson Hocevar
Derek Kraus
Parker Kligerman
Ryan Truex
Ben Rhodes
Todd Gilliland
Tyler Ankrum
Tanner Gray
Spencer Davis
Hailie Deegan
Josh Berry
Austin Wayne Self
Chase Purdy
Jordan Anderson
Tate Fogleman
Cory Roper
Danny Bohn
Codie Rohrbaugh
Timothy Peters
Dawson Cram
Bret Holmes
Spencer Boyd
Ryan Ellis
Chandler Smith
Bill Lester
Akimori Ogata
Jennifer Jo Cobb
Raphael Lessard
Norm Benning