With his win Saturday at Martinsville Speedway, Johnny Sauter clinched the first spot in the Championship Four in the Camping World Truck Series finale at Homestead Miami Speedway.
Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt and Grant Enfinger hold the other provisional points spots to race for the championship in the Nov. 16 finale. Justin Haley (fifth in points) and Matt Crafton (sixth) are outside the cut line with races remaining at Texas Motor Speedway and ISM Raceway.
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Sauter, who scored his sixth victory and 16th top 10 this season, finished ahead of Moffitt and Myatt Snider.
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Christopher Bell continues to lead the Camping World Truck Series points standings after finishing seventh in the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Bell has a 42-point lead over Johnny Sauter.
Completing the top five are Matt Crafton (-53), Chase Briscoe (-81) and Ben Rhodes (-146).
Grant Enfinger is seventh (-172) in the points after he finished fourth. Enfinger had been penalized 10 points prior to Wednesday’s race after his truck failed post-inspection last week at Michigan.
If not for the penalty, Enfinger would be sixth in the standings, one point up on Ryan Truex.
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ROSSBURG, Ohio — Johnny Sauter hung on to the Camping World Truck Series points lead despite a rough Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway.
Sauter finished a season-worst 23rd at Eldora, snapping a streak of nine consecutive top-10 finishes.
He has a seven-point lead on Christopher Bell, who rebounded to finish ninth after sustaining heavy damage in an early wreck.
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With his Stage 2 win and his second-place finish in the M&M’s 200, Johnny Sauter retains his lead in the Camping World Truck Series standings leaving Iowa Speedway.
Sauter has a 42-point lead over Christopher Bell.
Completing the top five is: Chase Briscoe (-76), Matt Crafton (-95) and Ben Rhodes (-123).
With his second win in two weeks, John Hunter Nemechek moved from ninth to eighth in the standings, 153 points back from Sauter.
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Johnny Sauter continues to lead the Camping World Truck Series standings after finishing third in Saturday’s race at Gateway Motorsports Park
Sauter has a 38-point lead over Christopher Bell through eight races.
Completing the top five is Matt Crafton (-62), Chase Briscoe (-69) and Ben Rhodes (-99).
With his win, John Hunter Nemechek qualified for the playoffs. He is now ninth in the standings and has six playoff points after he also won Stage 1.
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