Starting ninth, Crafton worked his way into the top-five by the race's second caution at lap 26, and took over the race lead from teammate, Cameron Hayley at lap 95, leading the 32-truck field for 33 laps. Crew chief Carl "Junior" Joiner brought the No. 88 machine to pit road for scheduled stops, under caution, at laps 42, 122 and 152, respectively, for four tires, and fuel.
Crafton, who maintained the top spot through the second round of pit stops, lost the lead on a lap 127 restart to eventual race winner, Erik Jones. The Menards driver would maintain a second-place position until coming down pit road for the final stop of the night at lap 152 for four tires and fuel. With a myriad of strategies playing out on pit road, Crafton would take four tires, while others opted for two, forcing the two-time NCWTS champion to restart fifth with less than 50 laps remaining in the 200-lap event.
Battling a loose Toyota Tundra in the closing laps, Crafton would fall back to seventh before crossing the stripe in the fourth position, his seventh top-five finish in nine races this season.
"We just didn't have enough momentum up top, and it was so aggravating when you got stuck on the bottom. I think if we could have cleared him (Tyler Reddick), we would have been fast, but I just couldn't clear him. All in all not a terrible day."