Johnny Sauter, Toyota, 141.598 mph
John King, Toyota, 119.169 mph
Michael Waltrip, Toyota, 130.025 mph
Timothy Peters, Toyota, 115.296 mph
Todd Bodine, Toyota, 122.766 mph
Todd Bodine, Toyota, 127.551 mph
Jack Sprague, Toyota, 117.739 mph
Mark Martin, Ford, 146.622 mph
Bobby Hamilton, Dodge, 124.931 mph
Carl Edwards, Ford, 112.570 mph
Rick Crawford, Ford, 127.642 mph
Robert Pressley, Dodge, 140.121 mph
Joe Ruttman, Dodge, 129.407 mph
Mike Wallace, Ford, 130.152 mph
Ford EcoBoost 200 (Nov. 15, 2013)
Homestead-Miami Speedway -- Homestead, Fla.
Finish line order:
Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, Jeb Burton, Brendan Gaughan, Ron Hornaday Jr.
Time of Race:
2 hrs., 1 min., 57 secs.
Margin of victory:
8 for 37 laps
13 among 6 drivers
Blaney 1-8, Sauter 9-10, Blaney 11-49, Crafton 50-61, Blaney
Blaney 1-8, Sauter 9-10, Blaney 11-49, Crafton 50-61, Blaney
62-65, K. Busch 66-77, Blaney 78-93, K. Busch 94-96, Chastain
97-98, K. Busch 99-112, Dillon 113-114, K. Busch 115, Dillon 116,
K. Busch 117-148.
#02 Tyler Young
(Midland, TX) Chevrolet/RandCo
#5 John Wes Townley
(Watkinsville, GA) Toyota/Zaxby's
#07 Michel Disdier
(Nice, France) Chevrolet/Lafayette Racing
#7 Brian Ickler
(San Diego, CA) Toyota/Bullet Liner
#08 Jimmy Weller III
(Hubbard, OH) Chevrolet/Geneva Liberty Steel
#8 Joe Nemechek
(Lakeland, FL) Toyota/pelletgrillusa.com/SVM
#10 Jennifer Jo Cobb
(Kansas City, KS) Chevrolet/Arlington Anniversary
#13 Jeb Burton
(Halifax, VA) Toyota/Vamp/Vapor Brands Int'l
#17 Timothy Peters
(Providence, NC) Toyota/Valvoline
#19 Tyler Reddick
(Corning, CA) Ford/Reese Towpower
#20 John King
(Kingsport, TN) Chevrolet/gunbroker.com
#21 Joey Coulter
(Miami Springs, FL) Chevrolet/Allegiant Travel
#24 Brennan Newberry
(Bakersfield, CA) Chevrolet/gunbroker.com
#28 Ryan Ellis
(Torrance, CA) Chevrolet/FDNY Racing
#29 Ryan Blaney
(High Point, NC) Ford/Cooper Standard
#30 Ron Hornaday Jr.
(Palmdale, CA) Chevrolet/Rheem
#31 Ben Kennedy
(Daytona Beach, FL) Chevrolet/Florida Lottery/Whelen
#32 Ryan Truex
(Mayetta, NJ) Chevrolet/Bass Pro Shops
#35 Mason Mingus
(Brentwood, TN) Toyota/Madvapes/811 Call Before You
#39 Ryan Sieg
(Tucker, GA) Chevrolet/RSS Racing
#40 Todd Peck
(Glenville, PA) Chevrolet/arthritis.org
#50 Travis Kvapil
(Janesville, WI) Chevrolet/MAKE Motorsports
#51 Kyle Busch
(Las Vegas, NV) Toyota/ToyotaCare
#54 Darrell Wallace Jr.
(Mobile, AL) Toyota/ToyotaCare`
#57 Norm Benning
(Level Green, PA) Chevrolet/Watt's Mack Truck Centers
#58 Parker Kligerman
(Westport, CT) Toyota/BRG Motorsports
#60 Charles Lewandoski
(Stafford Spr, CT Chevrolet/RandCo
#63 Justin Jennings
(LaGrange, MO) Chevrolet/Mittler Bros.
#74 Chris Cockrum
(Conyers, GA) Chevrolet/Accu-Tech
#75 Caleb Holman
(Abingdon, VA) Chevrolet/Food Country USA
#77 German Quiroga
(Mexico City, Mexico) Toyota/OtterBox
#82 Sean Corr
(Goshen, NY) Ford/radon.com/Nesco
#84 Chris Fontaine
(Lakeland, FL) Chevrolet/Glenden Enterprises
#88 Matt Crafton
(Tulare, CA) Toyota/Menard's/Fisher Nuts
#92 Ross Chastain
(Alva, FL) Chevrolet/BTS Tire and Wheel
#93 Jason White
(Richmond, VA) Chevrolet/RSS Racing
#98 * Johnny Sauter
(Necedah, WI) Toyota/Nextant Aerospace
#99 Bryan Silas
(Stuart, FL) Chevrolet/Bell Trucks America Inc.
The 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season begins with the NextEra
Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway. This will be the 20th
season in the series' history.
The series has competed at Daytona once each season since 2000. Todd Bodine is
the only driver who has multiple truck victories at Daytona. Bodine, a two-
time series champion, won at this 2.5-mile racetrack in 2008 and '09. He is
not entered in this year's race.
Other truck race winners at Daytona include: Mike Wallace (2000), Joe Ruttman
(2001), Robert Pressley (2002), Rick Crawford (2003), Carl Edwards (2004),
Bobby Hamilton (2005), Mark Martin (2006), Jack Sprague (2007), Timothy Peters
(2010), Michael Waltrip (2011), John King (2012) and Johnny Sauter (2013).
Peters, King and Sauter are on the entry list for this event.
Pressley, Waltrip and King are those drivers who scored their first career
truck wins at Daytona.
A Toyota driver has won the truck race at Daytona the past seven years. The
last time a Ford went to Daytona's Victory Lane for a truck event was in 2006
with Martin. Chevrolet has yet to win a race in the series at this track.
The truck event at Daytona has been won from the pole three times: Ruttman
(2001), Martin (2006) and Sprague (2007). Hamilton won the 2005 race from the
36th starting position, which is the furthest back a driver has started and
won a truck event there.
This race has featured a green-white-checkered finish five times (2001, '03,
'06, '11 and '12).
The closest margin of victory for a truck race at Daytona occurred in 2003
when Crawford edged Travis Kvapil by only 0.027 seconds. The greatest margin
of victory for this event happened in 2001 when Ruttman beat Ricky Hendrick by
just 0.318 seconds.
David Starr is the only driver who has competed in all of the 14 previous
truck races at Daytona. Starr is not entered in this year's event.
Those drivers entered in this race that made their first career starts in the
Truck Series at Daytona include: Travis Kvapil (2001), Joey Coulter (2011) and
Darrell Wallace Jr. (2013).
Brennan Newberry is the only driver on the entry list that claimed his maiden
pole in the series at Daytona. Newberry won the pole there last year.
This race marks the first one in the series where NASCAR is using its new
qualifying format. Qualifying will consist of three rounds at Daytona, since
this is a 2.5-mile racetrack.
The first round is 25 minutes in duration and includes all entries. The 24
cars that post the fastest single lap from this segment advance to the second
round, which lasts 10 minutes. The remaining cars are sorted from their times
in descending order posted during the opening round.
The 12 cars that record the quickest single lap during the second round move
on the final segment, which is five minutes in length. Positions 13 through 24
are based on lap times during the second round.
Positions 1 through 12 are determined during the last segment, with the driver
posting the fastest lap winning the pole position.
There will be a five-minute break between each of the three rounds.
The Camping World Truck Series is off for the next four weeks before returning
to action with the March 29 Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway. Johnny Sauter
is the defending race winner.