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News Noah Gragson wins NASCAR Truck race at Kansas

17:40  12 may  2018
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Coming off an unkind finish in last week’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) event at International Speedway, Noah Gragson hopes that this week’s 37 Kind Days 250 at Kansas Gragson started from the pole, won Stage One and regained the race lead with 12 laps remaining in

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– Blowing around two-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton after a restart with 10 laps left, 19-year-old Noah Gragson scored his first Crafton won the first 50-lap stage of the race and Sauter the second stage as both drivers chipped away at Bell’s series lead, which

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Noah Gragson won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Friday night at Kansas Speedway, starting from the pole and leading 128 of the 167 laps.

Driving Kyle Busch Motorsports' No. 18 Toyota, the 19-year-old Gregson took the lead when Myatt Snider ran out of fuel with five laps remaining.

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  Johnny Sauter scores Dover Truck victory in overtime Johnny Sauter holds off challengers Noah Gragson and Matt Crafton in the final laps to win.The victory also is Sauter’s second of the season and 19th of his career.

In their first race together in NASCAR , David Gilliland finished fourth and Todd placed 10th. Quote: “I’m just devastated,’’ Noah Gragson told FS1 after wrecking while battling Johnny Sauter for the win . Next: The series races at 8:30 p.m. ET, May 11 at Kansas Speedway.

Relive the NASCAR XFINITY Series Kansas Lottery 300 after Christopher Bell tangled with teammate Erik Jones on his way to earning his first career win . Johnny Sauter shares his thoughts on Noah Gragson 's tactics while racing for the win in the closing laps of the Truck Series race at Dover.

Gragson won for the first time this season and the second in the series. The Las Vegas driver swept the first two stages, winning a week after wrecking late after starting from the pole in Dover.

''This is such a relief for a driver who had a hard week last week battling for the win,'' Gragson said. ''We came back strong this weekend. Two consecutive poles. We led the most laps today.''

Car owner Kyle Busch overcame late contact with Stewart Friesen and a run through the infield grass to finish second, 1.558 seconds back.

''The truck felt good after about 15 laps, but it took too long to come in,'' Busch said. ''And there on that last run, we didn't make enough adjustments. We took two tires and we got way too tight.

''But awesome run by Noah and those guys. They deserve it. They're fast. They needed a boost and they got one. They're going to race for a championship, and hopefully this will help them get going.''

Sauter leads the standings, 35 points ahead of Gragson.

Gragson was the first of the leaders to pit with 33 laps to go and replaced all four tires. Friesen and Busch changed two tires and were unable to hold off Gragson.

Friesen was third, followed by John Hunter Nemechek, Johnny Sauter, Matt Crafton, Cody Coughlin, Grant Enfinger, Brandon Jones and Justin Haley. Nemechek started the race in the rear for an unapproved adjustment but moved into the 10 after the first 10 laps.

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