Kyle Larson and his No. 42 team were hoping to break through for a win at Kentucky Speedway after finishing second at Chicago two weeks ago and a disappointing 20th last week at Daytona.
Niece Motorsports driver and recent Xfinity Series winner, Ross Chastain came into Saturday night's race just 10 points out of the top 20. Chastain needed to earn at least 10 more points in order to be playoff eligible and compete for the championship.
After a week off for the Fourth of July holiday, the real fireworks get back on track Thursday night for the Buckle Up Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
In hopes of getting some extra track time in preparation of Chevrolet Silverado 250 Truck Series race in August, ThorSport Racing drivers took to the track by competing in an IMSA IMPC Race this past weekend at Bowmanville.
Austin Hill and his NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series No. 16 Hattori Racing team were hoping to come out of Chicagoland Speedway Friday night with a win.
After missing a couple of races due to splitting the schedule with Corey Heim, Ty Majeski returned to the Chad Bryant Racing No. 22 Ford Friday night and to no ones' surprise, returned to victory lane for the third time this season when Majeski made a gutsy call at the end to stay out on a late race pit stop.