Date: Friday, June 6
Start Time: 9 p.m. ET
Site: Texas Motor Speedway -- Fort Worth, Texas
Track: 1.5-mile oval
Miles: 250.5 (400 kilometers)
Capacity: 112,552 (Grandstand Seating)
On TV: FOX Sports 1
On Radio: Motor Racing Network (MRN)/SIRIUS NASCAR Radio
Qualifying record: Clint Bowyer, 2006 (184.464 mph)
Defending champion: Jeb Burton
Runner up: Ty Dillon
Pole winner: Johnny Sauter (180.222 mph)
1. Jeb Burton (Start: 3)
2. Ty Dillon (2)
3. German Quiroga (13)
4. Matt Crafton (8)
5. Brendan Gaughan (4)
6. Darrell Wallace Jr (16)
7. Johnny Sauter (1)
8. Ryan Blaney (6)
9. James Buescher (18)
10. Miguel Paludo (5)
Average speed: 142.984 mph
Time of race: 1 hr., 45 mins., 7 secs.
Margin of victory: 0.139 secs.
Caution flags: 3 for 16 laps
Lead changes: 12 among 8 drivers
2013 Jeb Burton, Chevrolet, 142.984 mph
2012 Johnny Sauter, Toyota, 123.925 mph
2011 Ron Hornaday Jr, Chevrolet, 111.752 mph
2010 Todd Bodine, Toyota, 127.227 mph
2009 Todd Bodine, Toyota, 153.133 mph
2008 Ron Hornaday Jr, Chevrolet, 109.988 mph
2007 Todd Bodine, Toyota, 118.060 mph
2006 Todd Bodine, Toyota, 132.129 mph
2005 Jack Sprague, Chevrolet, 144.844 mph
2004 Dennis Setzer, Chevrolet, 148.959 mph
2003 Brendan Gaughan, Dodge, 140.621 mph
2002 Brendan Gaughan, Dodge, 129.569 mph
2001 Jack Sprague, Chevrolet, 133.620 mph
2000 Greg Biffle, Ford, 126.932 mph
1999 Dennis Setzer, Dodge, 122.805 mph
1998 Tony Raines, Ford, 111.018 mph
1997 Kenny Irwin, Ford, 131.823 mph
Race: Lucas Oil 200 (May 30)
Site: Dover International Speedway -- Dover, Delaware
Finish line order: Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, Johnny Sauter, Brandon Jones, Joey Coulter
Time of Race: 1 hr., 57 mins., 12 secs.
Average speed: 102.389 mph
Margin of victory: 2.123 secs.
Caution flags: 7 for 38 laps
Lead changes: 6 among 4 drivers
Lap leaders: K. Busch 1-73; M. Crafton 74-80; R. Blaney 81; M. Crafton 82-120; K. Busch 1-73; M. Crafton 74-80; R. Blaney 81; M. Crafton 82-120; K. Busch 121-159; B. Jones 160-162; K. Busch 163-200.
#0 Ryan Ellis (Torrance, CA) Chevrolet/Driven2Honor.org
#02 Tyler Young (Midland, TX) Chevrolet/Randco/Young's Building
#5 John Wes Townley (Watkinsville, GA) Toyota/Zaxby's
#07 B.J. McLeod ((Wauchula, FL) Chevrolet/TBA
#08 Jimmy Weller III (Hubbard, OH) Chevrolet/Geneva Liberty Steel
#8 Joe Nemechek (Lakeland, FL) Toyota/MD Anderson Cancer Center
#9 Brennan Newberry (Bakersfield, CA) Chevrolet/NTS Motorsports
#10 Jennifer Jo Cobb (Kansas City, KS) Chevrolet/Driven2Honor.org
#13 * Jeb Burton (Halifax, VA) Toyota/Estes Toyota
#17 Timothy Peters (Providence, NC) Toyota/Red Horse Racing
#19 Tyler Reddick (Corning, CA) Ford/Draw Tite
#20 Justin Lofton (Westmorland, CA) Chevrolet/NTS Motorsports
#21 Joey Coulter (Miami Springs, FL) Chevrolet/TBA
#29 Ryan Blaney (High Point, NC) Ford/Cooper Standard
#30 Ron Hornaday Jr. (Palmdale, CA) Chevrolet/Ruud
#31 Ben Kennedy (Daytona Beach, FL) Chevrolet/TBA
#32 Tayler Malsam (Seattle, WA) Chevrolet/Outerwall
#35 Mason Mingus (Brentwood, TN) Toyota/Call 811
#50 T.J. Bell (Reno, NV) Chevrolet/Electrical Linemen
#51 Erik Jones (Byron, MI) Toyota/Hiring Our Heroes
#54 Darrell Wallace Jr. (Mobile, AL) Toyota/Kyle Busch Motorsports
#57 Norm Benning (Level Green, PA) Chevrolet/TBA
#63 Justin Jennings (LaGrange, MO) Chevrolet/MB M&T
#77 German Quiroga (Mexico City, Mexico) Toyota/NET 10 Wireless
#88 Matt Crafton (Tulare, CA) Toyota/Menards/Slim Jim
#98 Johnny Sauter (Necedah, WI) Toyota/Nextant/Curb Records
#99 Bryan Silas (Stuart, FL) Chevrolet/TBA
|Darrell Wallace Jr.||6|
|Ron Hornaday Jr||6||15||4||Won||19||9||Won||12||12|
This 1.5-mile racetrack has 24 degrees of banking in all four turns and five degrees of banking on both the front and back straightaways. The length of the front straight is 2,250 feet, and the back straight measures 1,330 feet.
There have been 32 truck races held at Texas. The series competed there once each season from 1997-98 and then twice each year since then. The second truck event at Texas this season is scheduled for Oct. 31.
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.
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 now a full-time competitor in the Nationwide Series.
Texas-native David Starr has the most truck starts at this track with 31. 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.
One year ago, Jeb Burton scored his first career win in the Truck Series at Texas. Burton was a rookie in the series at the time.
The next race is the June 14 Drivin' For Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park just outside of St. Louis. It will be the first time the series competes at this track since 2010.