Tyler Ankrum extended his lead in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) points standings at Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS). His No. 18 LiUNA Chevrolet RST led 46 of the 135 laps and finished his weekend with a seventh-place finish. With two impressive stage finishes Ankrum accumulated 48 points retaining his
Daniel Dye had an impressive career-best weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) with a ninth-place finish and earned his first career NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) pole award. Dye’s best finish at AMS and first top-10 of the season vaulted him into playoff contention and into 10th position in the NCTS points standings
Jack Wood’s third start at Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) resulted in a 31st-place finish after being involved in an incident just shy of the halfway point. The driver of the No. 91 Klotz Synthetics / Cometic Gasket Chevrolet remains 18th in the NASCAR Craftsman (NCTS) standings after two events. Wood
Corey Heim added another strong run at his home track of Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday afternoon, bringing his Toyota Tundra TRD Pro home in third position to lead Toyota in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series event. With his runner-up finish at Daytona, Heim has begun the season with back-to-back top-fives.