"Leading at the white flag and not bringing home the trophy is never satisfying"
With just enough fuel in his Toyota, Kyle Busch made it to the finish line to take the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory
Joye Logano took a hard-fought fourth place finish and Ryan Blaney was 32th at Michigan.
Ross Chastain is top-five in his seventh start for Brad Keselowski Racing.
Earning points per race is a good thing but for many drivers and teams, like Bowyer and his crew chief Brian Pattie, would prefer to have some trips to Victory Lane.
Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet driver in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series raced hard to take the victory tonight on the Kentucky Speedway ahead of two NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers: Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch.
The roof failed to meet the minimum height requirement during post-race inspection.
Brad Keselowski Racing teammates finished 16th (Ross Chastain) and 3rd (Brian Scott).
Ross Chastain, driver of the Brad Keselowski Racing, finished in 9th position and teammate Ryan Blaney in 25th.
After third place finish Ryan Blaney and the No. 29 Cooper Standard team now sits 4th in NCWTS driver point standings, Joey Logano is slated to run three additional NCWTS races for BKR later this season.
While Matt Crafton earned his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career win, ThorSport now has three victories in the new season – and it’s only the fourth race!
This Saturday will be Ross Chastain's third career NCWTS start at Martinsville Speedway and Ryan Blaney will make his 11th career start in the NCWTS.
"It was a pretty solid night for our No. 29 BKR Cooper Standard team," said Ryan Blaney.