Friday night's race at Michigan International Speedway marked the 11th race of the 2020 Truck Series season.
The victory wasn't easy but Zane Smith held off competitor Christian Eckes in the second overtime restart coming to the checkered flag at Michigan International Speedway.
The Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series will kick off the weekend’s events at Michigan International Speedway Friday evening while the NASCAR Cup Series participates in a doubleheader, competing both Saturday and Sunday.
In this week's interview, Speedway Media caught up with Travis Pastrana who recently made a Truck Series start at Kansas Speedway with Niece Motorsports.
At one point it looked as though Harrison Burton would come home with the checkered flag, but the win actually went to his teammate Brandon Jones who passed Cindric on a late race restart.
Kansas Speedway was the site of the first doubleheader in NASCAR Truck Series history and the first for the track itself, and featured some great racing action across the two races.
The Truck Series put on two great races this past Friday and Saturday in the heartland of the Midwest at Kansas Speedway. The track made some history by hosting two back-to-back Truck Series races, the first in its 19-year span.
Matt Crafton held off rookie Christian Eckes in the 20 laps to score his first victory of the season, thus snapping a three-year winless streak dating back to his last victory at the Eldora Dirt Derby.
In a historic doubleheader weekend at Kansas Speedway, Austin Hill and his No. 16 Hattori Racing Enterprises team grabbed the checkered flag after leading a race-high 65 laps. The Georgian led the last 39 laps en route to his first win of the 2020 Truck Series season.
For the first time this season, the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series will take on Kansas Speedway in a doubleheader. It's also the first time in event history that Kansas Speedway will hold two back-to-back Truck Series races.