Date: Friday, Nov. 1
Start Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Site: Texas Motor Speedway -- Fort Worth, Texas
Track: 1.5-mile oval
Miles: 220.5 (350 kilometers)
Capacity: 122,377 (grandstand seating)
On TV: FOX Sports 1 (formerly Speed)
On Radio: Motor Racing Network (MRN)/SIRIUS NASCAR Radio
Race record: Johnny Sauter, 2012 (154.737 mph)
Qualifying record: Clint Bowyer, 2006 (184.464 mph)
Defending champion: Johnny Sauter
Runner up: Parker Kligerman
Pole winner: Nelson Piquet Jr. (180.246 mph)
1. Johnny Sauter (Start: 13)
2. Parker Kligerman (10)
3. Nelson Piquet Jr (1)
4. Kyle Busch (3)
5. Ty Dillon (9)
6. Matt Crafton (11)
7. Joey Coulter (5)
8. Todd Bodine (19)
9. Aric Almirola (7)
10. Timothy Peters (14)
Average speed: 154.737 mph
Time of race: 1 hr., 25 mins., 30 secs.
Margin of victory: 2.199 secs.
Caution flags: 2 for 8 laps
Lead changes: 10 among 9 drivers
2012 Johnny Sauter, Toyota, 154.737 mph
2011 Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 121.275 mph
2010 Kyle Busch, Toyota, 132.366 mph
2009 Kyle Busch, Toyota, 146.296 mph
2008 Ron Hornaday Jr, Chevrolet, 126.220 mph
2007 Ted Musgrave, Toyota, 131.363 mph
2006 Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 124.895 mph
2005 Todd Bodine, Toyota, 128.239 mph
2004 Todd Bodine, Toyota, 115.169 mph
2003 Brendan Gaughan, Dodge, 122.727 mph
2002 Brendan Gaughan, Dodge, 137.736 mph
2001 Travis Kvapil, Chevrolet, 112.020 mph
2000 Bryan Reffner, Chevrolet, 112.933 mph
1999 Jay Sauter, Chevrolet, 123.430 mph
Race: Kroger 200 (Oct. 26)
Site: Martinsville Speedway -- Martinsville, Va.
Finish line order: Darrell Wallace Jr., Brendan Gaughan, Jeb Burton, Ben Kennedy, Ryan Blaney
Time of Race: 1 hr., 34 mins., 47 secs.
Average speed: 66.594 mph
Margin of victory: 1.673 secs.
Caution flags: 10 for 52 laps
Lead changes: 7 among 5 drivers
Lap leaders: D. Hamlin - pole; J. Sauter 1-9; D. Wallace Jr 10-40; D. Hamlin D. Hamlin - pole; J. Sauter 1-9; D. Wallace Jr 10-40; D. Hamlin 41-105; D. Wallace Jr 106-120; R. Chastain 121-134; T. Dillon 135-150; D. Wallace Jr 151-200.
#0 Chris Lafferty (Concord, NC) RAM/Koma Unwind Drink
#02 Tyler Young (Midland, TX) Chevrolet/Randco
#3 Ty Dillon (Welcome, NC) Chevrolet/Bass Pro Shops
#4 Jeb Burton (Halifax, VA) Chevrolet/Arrowhead
#6 Justin Lofton (Westmoreland, CA) Chevrolet/Lofton Cattle
#07 Chris Cockrum (Conyers, GA) Toyota/TBA
#7 John Wes Townley (Watkinsville, GA) Toyota/Zaxby's
#8 Max Gresham ((Griffin, GA) Chevrolet/Made in the USA
#9 Ron Hornaday Jr. (Palmdale, CA) Chevrolet/Smokey Mountain
#10 Jennifer Jo Cobb (Kansas City, KS) Ford/VG Pride Group
#17 Timothy Peters (Providence, NC) Toyota/Parts Plus
#18 Joey Coulter (Miami Springs, FL) Toyota/Darrell Gwynn Foundation
#19 Brad Keselowski (Rochester Hills, MI Ford/Draw Tite
#21 Spencer Gallagher (Las Vegas, NV) Chevrolet/Allegiant Travel
#24 Brennan Newberry (Bakersfield, CA) Chevrolet/Qore-24
#27 Jeff Agnew (Copper Hill, VA) Chevrolet/W. VA Coal Association
#29 Ryan Blaney (High Point, NC) Ford/Cooper Standard
#31 James Buescher (Plano, TX) Chevrolet/Rheem
#32 Miguel Paludo (Nova Prata, Brazil) Chevrolet/Anderson's Maple Syrup
#39 Ryan Lynch (New Boston, TX) Chevrolet/blankhood.com
#51 Kyle Busch (Las Vegas, NV) Toyota/Kyle Busch Motorsports
#54 Darrell Wallace Jr. (Mobile, AL) Toyota/Camping World/Good Sam
#57 Norm Benning (Level Green, PA) Chevrolet/Boedeker Construction
#60 Dakoda Armstrong (New Castle, IN) Chevrolet/Winfield
#62 Brendan Gaughan (Las Vegas, NV) Chevrolet/South Point
#63 Justin Jennings (LaGrange, MO) Chevrolet/TBA
#77 German Quiroga (Mexico City, Mexico) Toyota/Otter Box/NET 10 Wireless
#81 David Starr (Houston, TX) Toyota/Chasco Contractors
#84 Mike Harmon (Birmingport, AL) Chevrolet/TBA
#88 Matt Crafton (Tulare, CA) Toyota/Menard's/Fisher Nuts
#92 Scott Riggs (Bahama, NC) Chevrolet/Carquest World Pac
#93 Ryan Sieg (Tucker, GA) Chevrolet/RSS Racing
#98 * Johnny Sauter (Necedah, WI) Toyota/Carolina Nut Co/Curb Records
#99 Bryan Silas (Stuart, FL) Ford/Bell Trucks America
|Ron Hornaday Jr.||7||5||18||Won||3||32||34||20|
|Darrell Wallace Jr.|
There have been 31 truck races held at Texas. The series competed there once each season from 1997-98 and then twice each year since.
Kenny Irwin Jr. won the inaugural truck race at Texas, the Pronto Auto Parts 400, on June 6, 1997.
Todd Bodine holds the record for most truck victories at Texas with six. Bodine's most recent win at this track came in June 2010. He is not entered in this race.
Brendan Gaughan won both truck races at Texas during the 2002 and '03 seasons. Gaughan became the first driver in the series to win four consecutive races at the same track. He is driving the No. 62 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing this year.
Texas-native David Starr has the most truck starts at this track with 30. Starr did not compete in the first race there in '97.
Mike Skinner holds the record for most poles at Texas with five.
The winner of the truck race at Texas has started from the pole five times. Bodine most recently did it in June 2007.
Four active drivers scored their first career truck wins at Texas: Travis Kvapil (Oct. 10, 2001), Brendan Gaughan (June 7, 2002), Clint Bowyer (Nov. 3, 2006) and Jeb Burton (June 7, 2013).
The next-to-last race of the season is the Nov. 8 Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway. Brian Scott won last year's race there.