"It was definitely wild, that's for sure," Enfinger said. "We didn't lead too many laps, but we led the ones that counted.
After 95-days, the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series were back in action Tuesday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Not only did the Truck Series return...
Friday night saw the opening season for the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series. It was no ordinary season opener as the series is celebrating its 25th anniversary dating back to 1995.
After an overtime restart, Grant Enfinger narrowly won in a photo-finish against Jordan Anderson coming to the line. The two drivers beat and banged off one another until the checkered flag flew at Daytona International Speedway.
Austin Hill took the lead from Matt Crafton with 22 laps to go to secure his fourth win of the season.
Stewart Friesen is victorious, and the Championship 4 are officially set after Friday's Truck race at ISM Raceway.
For those focused on the Playoff drivers in the Truck Series at Martinsville, it became a matter of who would be struck down next.
Todd Gilliland survived an unpredictable race filled with twists and turns to claim his first NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series victory in 46 starts. It is his sixth top five and 13th top-10 finish this season.
Spencer Boyd and the No. 20 Youngs Motorsports provided the ultimate upset after NASCAR ruled that Sauter forced Riley Herbst below the yellow line. Sauter was penalized after the finish and Boyd was declared as the ultimate victor.