NCWTS: Johnny Sauter Wins Texas Roadhouse 200 at Martinsville

NCWTS: Johnny Sauter Wins Texas Roadhouse 200 at Martinsville Getty Images for NASCAR

Johnny Sauter whipped the field at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday afternoon by winning both stages of the Texas Roadhouse 200. Sauter, a NASCAR Playoff driver from Wisconsin, punched his ticket to Homestead-Miami Speedway after leading 148 of the 200 laps to earn his sixth Camping World Truck Series win of the year.

 

Brett Moffitt, also a NASCAR Playoff driver looking to get into the final four at Homestead, came home in the runner-up spot. Moffitt started 17th on the leaderboard and sat 14th in stage one and ninth in stage two.

 

The driver from Iowa holds four victories along with 10 top five and top 10 finishes in 2018.

 

As for Sauter, he’ll leave Martinsville with 14 top five and 16 top 10 finishes through 20 completed events.

 

Myatt Snider will round out the top three finishers at Martinsville. The young racer from Charlotte will leave the half-mile oval scoring his second consecutive top-three finish in the series after scoring a runner-up finish two weekends ago ar Talladega Supersdpeedway.

 

The third-place finish in the Texas Roadhouse 200 on Saturday will mark his fourth career top-five finish in the Camping World Truck Series.

 

Ben Rhodes and Kyle Benjamin will round out the top five finishers.

 

Rest of the top 10 included Justin Haley, Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, Christian Eckes and Timothy Peters.

 

Grant Enfinger had a top 10 run going until lap 159. The sixth-place finisher in stage one and two was involved in an accident with the No. 99 Chevrolet of Chase Purdy in turn one. The incident forced the No. 98 Ford further back in the field for the restart.

 

The Alabama native went on to a 14th-place finish.

 

The next race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be at Texas Motor Speedway for the JAG Metals 200 on November 2. The event will take place at 8:30 p.m. ET. on FS1 and MRN.

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