Grant Enfinger won the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race Saturday night at Kansas Speedway, dominating the final miles.
Winning on Saturday was about speed as well as survival. The race was ruined, and several contenders were injured in the garage before the checkered flag.
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The 38-year-old Enfinger won the title for the first time this season. He led 65 laps – almost half the race.
Enfinger overtakes second place corey heim from three seconds. the following were in the top five Zane Smith, stewart frisson And Ross Chastain,
Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Busch
Stage 2 Winners: Ty Majeski
Who had a good run: Grant Enfinger pulled away from the competition in the closing laps of the race, capping off a good night with a win. … Corey Heim ran near most of the night, holding the second position after 13 laps. , Tony Bredinger Finished 15th in her series debut.
Who had a bad run: king karuth Ran well but was out of the race after a blocked attempt which resulted in a crash. … pole champ Christian Aces He was thrown out of the race after a crash in 30th place.
next: The Truck Series kicks off May 12 at 7:30PM ET at Darlington Raceway.
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