With just enough fuel in his Toyota, Kyle Busch made it to the finish line to take the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory
Erik Jones fourth consecutive top-10 finish in four career starts behind the Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) No. 51 Toyota Tundra.
Late race accident relegating the Kyle Busch Motorsports driver to a 25th-place finish at Iowa Speedway - his first DNF of the 2013 season.
Carl Edwards on Sprint Cup, Brad Keselowski on Nationwide and Ross Chastain on Camping World Truck.
For the first time in its 18-year history the Truck Series went abroad to Canada - marking their first appearance on a road course in 13 years.
The historic event marked the third start in the Truck Series for Hackenbracht and the first race for the series north of the border.
The first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series outside of the U.S.A. was one with a final lap battle on the road course in Bowmanville, Canada
Starting 34th, the Toyota Racing driver advanced more positions than any other driver in the field - gaining 24 spots - to finish 11th.
Brennan Newberry and the No. 24 Qore-24 team continued their strong run with a solid 12th-place finish in the National Guard 200.
Ron Hornaday and the No. 9 Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet Silverado team earning their ninth top-15 finish of the 2013 season.
Finishes in runner-up spot for fourth time in seven Truck Series starts at MIS
Joye Logano took a hard-fought fourth place finish and Ryan Blaney was 32th at Michigan.
Turner Scott Motorsports’ James Buescher grabbed his first win of 2013 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Kyle Busch remains winless at Michigan as he ended second.
Ross Chastain is top-five in his seventh start for Brad Keselowski Racing.
The 23-year-old is top-finishing Truck Series regular in historic race
The last time NASCAR held a race on a dirt track was in 1970. Tonight in Ohio, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series ran on the Eldora Speedway in the Mudsummer Classic.
"The entire Kyle Busch Motorsports organization put a lot of effort into this race tonight and I just hate the way our night ended up," Coulter said.
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.
Chad Hackenbracht completed all the laps on the Texas 400 race.
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished second (Ty Dillon) and fifth (Brendan Gaughan).
Brad Keselowski Racing teammates finished 16th (Ross Chastain) and 3rd (Brian Scott).
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished fifth (Brendan Gaughan) and 31st (Ty Dillon).