- Richard Childress Racing teammates finished third (Joey Coulter), 15th (Ty Dillon) and 23rd (Brendan Gaughan).
- Dillon is third in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver championship point battle, 12 markers behind the leader; while Coulter ranks fourth in the standings.
- The No. 3 Chevrolet team is third in the Camping World Truck Series owner championship point standings, with the No. 22 team fourth in the standings and the No. 2 team 14th.
- Dillon leads the Sunoco Rookie of the Year point standings ahead of Cale Gale.
- According to NASCAR's Loop Data Statistics, Coulter scored a 101.1 Driver Rating, to rank him fifth best in the 36-truck field.
- Dillon ranked third in the Closers category, improving two positions in the last 10 percent (15 laps) of the event, while Coulter ranked fifth gaining one spot.
- RCR drivers made a total of 67 Green Flag Passes during the 153-lap event with Coulter and Dillon each earning 23, the second-most of all drivers, and Gaughan making 21 passes, the ninth-best amongst all competitors.
- Coulter ranked first in the Quality Passes category, making 19 while running in the top 15, with Gaughan ranking seventh (15) and Dillon ninth (14).
- Coulter scored the eighth-highest Average Running Position of 9.680, while Dillon ranked 10th with a 10.451 and Gaughan ranked 14th with a 14.026.
- Coulter was the fifth-Fastest Driver on Restarts, while Dillon ranked eighth-fastest and Gaughan ranked 10th in the Friday night affair.
- Combined, RCR drivers ran the Fastest Laps for 12 laps. Coulter scored six of those circuits, with Dillon earning five, and Gaughan adding one lap.
- Coulter maintained the fifth-fastest Speed in Traffic (127.244 mph).
- Coulter spent 93.5 percent of the event (143 laps) in the top 15 ranking him fifth amongst the rest of the field, while Dillon ranked 12th (101 laps) and Gaughan was scored in the top 15 for 77 laps, ranking him 15th in the category.
- Brian Scott won the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway followed to the line by Kyle Larson, Coulter, Timothy Peters and Ryan Blaney.
- The final Camping World Truck Series race is the Miami 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Friday, Nov. 16. The season finale race is scheduled to be televised live on SPEED beginning at 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time and broadcast live on Motor Racing Network beginning at 7:45 p.m.
Brendan Gaughan Relegated to a 23rd-Place Finish Following an On-Track Incident
Start - 19 Finish - 23 Laps Led - 0 Owner's Points - 10
BRENDAN GAUGHAN QUOTE:
"This was definitely not the way we wanted to end the night. The team gave me a great South Point Hotel & Casino Chevrolet tonight and to be taken out of the race while running in the top five was really disappointing. I have to thank everyone at Richard Childress Racing for giving me such great equipment each week and Richard (Childress, team owner) for the opportunity to run for his team."
Disappointing 15th-Place Finish for Dillon at Phoenix International Raceway
Start - 21 Finish - 15 Laps Led - 21 Points - 3
TY DILLON QUOTE:
"It's frustrating to have such a good truck and get caught up in a wreck like that. I'm proud of the No. 3 Bass Pro Shops team for working so hard this weekend and getting us back on track after the incident. We're not out of this championship hunt yet, we'll do our best next weekend in Miami."
Joey Coulter Scores Seventh Top-Five Finish of Season
at Phoenix International Raceway
Start - 17 Finish - 3 Laps Led - 0 Points - 4
JOEY COULTER QUOTE:
"Overall, it was a great job by everyone on the No. 22 American Eurocopter team tonight. I don't know what was going on with some of the drivers out there, but there seemed to be a lot of cautions throughout the night. I'm glad we stayed out of trouble and kept our hopes alive for a championship."