Larson earns Truck pole for season finale

Kyle Larson will lead the field to the green flag in tonight's CWTS race.

Kyle Larson is making his third Camping World Truck Series (CWTS) start of the season and making his presence known. The young gun will lead the field to the green flag, alongisde Ryan Blaney in tonight's season finale.

Title combatants all up front

His lap time of 31.988 seconds (168.813mph) eclipsed title contender Ryan Blaney by just 17 1/100ths of a second. Crafton must place lower than 21st in this race in order for Blaney to have any shot at the crown.

Ross Chastain will start from third, sharing the second row with Tyler Reddick. The always lethal Kyle 'Rowdy' Busch was fifth as he hopes to lock up KBM's second owner's championship.

Points leader Matt Crafton will start the race from sixth on the grid in his pursuit of back-to-back CWTS titles, a feat never accomplished before. 

Ty Dillon, Darrell Wallace Jr., Jeb Burton, and a surprise in Bryan Silas round out the top ten.

Looking back at 2013

Kyle Busch is the defending winner of this race, beating Ryan Blaney to the stripe when the checkered flag flew. Crafton only managed to reach 21st due to a plethora of issues, which shows that anything can happen as long as there's a chance.

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Series NASCAR Truck
Event Homestead
Track Homestead-Miami Speedway
Drivers Matt Crafton , Bryan Silas , Kyle Busch , Ty Dillon , Kyle Larson , Ross Chastain , Ryan Blaney , Darrell Wallace Jr. , Jeb Burton , Tyler Reddick
Article type Qualifying report