2020 NASCAR Truck Series playoff grid is set
The ten-driver field is set for the 2020 NASCAR Truck Series playoffs.
|1||Sheldon Creed||GMS Racing||Chevrolet||3||2026||10th (2019)|
|2||Zane Smith||GMS Racing||Chevrolet||2||2022||--|
|3||Austin Hill||Hattori Racing Enterprises||Toyota||1||2022||5th (2019)|
|4||Grant Enfinger||ThorSport Racing||Ford||3||2019||5th (2018)|
|5||Brett Moffitt||GMS Racing||Chevrolet||0||2015||1st (2018)|
|6||Ben Rhodes||ThorSport Racing||Ford||1||2014||5th (2017)|
|7||Matt Crafton||ThorSport Racing||Ford||1||2009||1st (2013, 2014, 2019)|
|8||Christian Eckes||Kyle Busch Motorsports||Toyota||0||2005||20th (2019)|
|9||Todd Gilliland||Front Row Motorsports||Ford||0||2003||10th (2018)|
|10||Tyler Ankrum||GMS Racing||Chevrolet||0||2002||8th (2019)|
Ben Rhodes takes surprise Truck win at Darlington in OT
Grant Enfinger rallies to take Richmond Trucks win over Crafton
Matt DiBenedetto survived a wild last-lap crash and a NASCAR review but ultimately was declared the winner of Saturday’s Truck Series race at Talladega.
Ty Majeski not only got his first NASCAR Truck Series victory but the opportunity to compete for the season championship as well.
Sammy Smith got one ARCA win Thursday night at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway but came away with a pair of titles.
While of the biggest additions to the 2023 NASCAR national series schedules have already been revealed there were a few surprises announced on Wednesday.