There’s something about tracks with the initials “DIS”This seems. toGet the best in Camping World Truck Series driver Tyler Reddick.
The 19-year-An old man from Corning (Calif.) won his first ever career truck race toStart this season atDaytona International Speedway
He won No. 2 Friday afternoon inThe Lucas Oil 200 at DoverInternational Speedway
ReddickErik Jones had led the 50 laps before Erik Jones took the lead on Lap 193. Erik Jones held on to the position. forThe remaining seven laps toEarn the win
“We just bid our time and were very patient,” Reddick said. “We played it smart, kept her in one piece and went to Victory Lane.”
Daniel Suarez came in second place, and Jones was third. It was a 2-3 Finish for Kyle Busch Motorsports.
“My Toyota was pretty strong,” Suarez said. “Something very important here was traffic, track position. It was difficult to pass.”
Jones added, “We got so free and I just couldn’t hang on to it. I did all I could. We had a good Toyota Tundra and it was still a good points day.”
Daniel Hemric came in fourth place, followed by Matt Crafton (defending series champion). in fifth.
From sixth to 10th, Ben Kennedy, Ryan Blaney and Brandon Jones were ranked 6th through 10th. Tyler Young.
How Reddick won: ReddickHe was punctual and saved as much fuel following his example. inErik Jones track prints from Lap. 143 toLap 192. Jones’ truck started toRiddick is ready to pounce! atYou have the chance to drive underneath you. to victory.
Anyone else had a great day? Daniel Suarez once againSo close toYou are the winner forThis was the first time he had done so. Although he didn’t lead a lap, Suarez stuck around the top 10 much of the raceThen, it was time to go strong inThe final laps toOvertake Jones for second. … Kannapolis, N.C., native Daniel Hemric recorded a career-Best fourth-Place finish. … Even though he fell back, pole-Ryan Blaney, sitter, had a strong day. He led 33 laps and finished seventh.
Who had a bad day?He was hoping forA good day inJesse Little made a costly error 32 laps into his NCWTS debut. raceHe lost his truck and collected three trucks with him (Mason Mingus Justin Jennings, John Wes Townley). “This is exactly what I was trying not to do, it’s something that kind of sets us back, but I learned, that’s what it’s all about and we’ll get ‘em next time,” said Little, son of former NASCAR racer Chad Little, who is now NASCAR Managing Director, Technical Inspection/Officiating.
Notable: Jennifer Jo Cobb could be in trouble with NASCAR for her actions following a wreck on Lap 13. After wrecking, she got out of her truck and walked up on the racetrack, gesturing at Riddick, who she apparently believed tapped her. Cobb was called to the NASCAR hauler.
MORE: Jennifer Jo Cobb wrecks in Truck race at Dover, is called to NASCAR hauler for her actions
Quote of the day: “I just forced an issue that I shouldn’I didn’t know it was possible. I was driving up under the 15 and I knew the truck was real sensitive aero, but I didn’t know it was that much. It just let me loose and moved me. There’s not much you can do after that.” – Jesse Little, who admitted the wreck on Lap 32 of his NCWTS debut was solely his fault.
What’s next:Winstar World Casino, 400, June 5, Texas Motor Speedway. Fort Worth, Texas.