Cook victorious in Milwaukee

West Allis, WI--Veteran driver Terry Cook drove his Keselowski owned No. 29 Chevy past leader Jason Leffler with less than 2 to go after a late race caution to take the lead and the checkers in the Craftsman Truck Series event at Milwaukee. With...

West Allis, WI--Veteran driver Terry Cook drove his Keselowski owned No. 29 Chevy past leader Jason Leffler with less than 2 to go after a late race caution to take the lead and the checkers in the Craftsman Truck Series event at Milwaukee.

With the CTS' mandatory green, white to checkered flag rule, Cook was able to pass Leffler on the restart. The No. No. truck driven by Brian Rose brought out the third and final caution after he spun his truck against the outside retaining wall.

Cook started on the pole and grabbed a $10,000 leader bonus for winning the race.

Second place finisher, Leffler, missed yet again on a victory lane visit, but ran a very impressive race after starting 31st after an engine change in his No.2 Dodge. He originally qualified third.

Leffler's Ultra Motorsports teammate Ted Musgrave finished the race fifth and took over the points lead from David Starr. Starr trails Musgrave by a mere four points.

Joe Gibbs Racing driver Coy Gibbs drove his No. 20 Chevy to a third place run. Texas winner Brendan Gaughan in the No. 62 was once again the highest finishing rookie and came home with a fourth place finish.

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Jason Leffler , David Starr , Ted Musgrave , Coy Gibbs , Brian Rose , Terry Cook , Brendan Gaughan
Teams Joe Gibbs Racing