It was a long and wild race that included three red flag race stoppages that lasted over a combined 37 minutes.
It also saw one driver who was in a must-win situation if he wanted to advance to next week’s championship race come up one spot short of doing so.
And it also marked a first win ever in the Valley of the Sun for the victor.
Those were some of the highlights of Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix Raceway.
Defending Truck Series champ Johnny Sauter won his second race in a week, and his first ever at Phoenix. John Hunter Nemechek, who came up short of advancing to Miami, was second, followed by Cody Coughlin, Chase Briscoe and Kaz Grala.