Kyle Busch won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races 17th Annual Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway

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Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Cessna Toyota, celebrates after winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway on May 12, 2017 in Kansas City, Kansas.

Starting from 10th place Truck 51 Kyle Busch Cessna Toyota won the 17th Annual Toyota Tundra 250, his 47th win in 135 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races. This is his 1st win & 1st Top 10 finish in 2017. This is his 2nd win & 3rd Top 10 finish in 4 races at Kansas Speedway. 2nd Place Truck 21 Johnny Sauter Allegiant Travel Chevrolet, started from 3rd place posted his 6th Top 10
finish in 9 races at Kansas Speedway. It is his 3rd Top 10 finish in 2017. 3rd Place Truck 8 John H. Nemechek Fire Alarm Services Inc. Chevrolet, started from 14th place posted his 1st Top 10 finish in 2 races at Kansas Speedway.

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Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Cessna Toyota, takes the checkered flag during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway on May 12, 2017 in Kansas City, Kansas.

4th Place Truck 4 Christopher Bell SiriusXM Toyota, started from pole. 5th place Truck 29 Chase Briscoe Cooper Standard Ford, started from 11th place was the highest finishing rookie. 6th Place Truck 16 Ryan Truex SeaWatch Toyota, started from 5th place followed by 7th place Truck 7 Brett Moffitt Red Horse Racing Toyota, started from 7th place. 8th Place Truck 33 Kaz Grala Kiklos Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil Chevrolet, started from 6th place followed by 9th place Truck 24 Justin Haley Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet, started from 12th place. Lastly in the Top 10 was Truck 19 Austin Cindric PIRTEK Ford, in the 10th place, started from 16th place. Johnny Sauter leads the point standings by 2 points over Christopher Bell.

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Christopher Bell, driver of the #4 SiriusXM Toyota, and Matt Crafton, driver of the #88 Matador Jack Links/Menards Toyota, lead the field to green during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway on May 12, 2017 in Kansas City, Kansas

The race had 11 Cautions for 46 Laps: 1st Caution on lap 7 for Truck 49 Wendell Chavous Chevrolet Crash in turn 4. 2nd Caution on lap 12 for Truck 13 Cody Coughlin JEGS Toyota, Truck 29 Chase Briscoe Cooper Standard Ford, Truck 98 Grant Enfinger Ride TV Toyota Crash in turn 2. 3rd Caution on lap 17 for Truck 1 Jordan Anderson Fueled By Fans/SponsorJordan.com Chevrolet, Truck 52 Stewart Friesen # Halmar International Chevrolet Crash in turn 3. 4th Caution on lap 25 for 49 Wendell Chavous Chevrolet Crash in turn 4. 5th Caution on lap 32 for Truck 99 Travis Miller MDM Motorsports Chevrolet stall on frontstretch. 6th Caution on lap 42 for Stage 1 Conclusion. 7th Caution on lap 55 for debris in turn 4. 8th Caution on lap 82 for Stage 2 Conclusion. 9th Caution on lap 89 for
Truck 99 Travis Miller MDM Motorsports Chevrolet spin in turn 2. 10th Caution on lap 128 for Truck 66 Ross Chastain amecockDieCast.com Chevrolet Crash in turn 4. 11th Caution on lap 135 for Truck 88 Matt Crafton Matador Jack Links/Menards Toyota spin in turn 4.

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Christopher Bell, driver of the #4 SiriusXM Toyota, and Matt Crafton, driver of the #88 Matador Jack Links/Menards Toyota, lead the field to green during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway on May 12, 2017 in Kansas City, Kansas.

The race had 15 Lead Changes among 4 drivers: Lap Leaders: C. Bell 1-22; K. Busch(i) 23-42; C. Bell 43; G. Enfinger 44-57; C. Bell 58-70; K. Busch(i) 71-82; C. Bell 83; K. Busch(i) 84-87; B. Rhodes 88-90; K. Busch(i) 91-93; B. Rhodes 94; K. Busch(i) 95-125; B. Rhodes 126-128; K. Busch(i) 129-141; B. Rhodes 142-159; K. Busch(i) 160-167. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps Led):
K. Busch(i) 7 times for 91 laps; C. Bell 4 times for 37 laps; B. Rhodes 4 times for 25 laps; G. Enfinger 1 time for 14 laps.

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Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Cessna Toyota, leads Ben Rhodes, driver of the #27 Safelite Auto Glass Toyota, during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway on May 12, 2017 in Kansas City, Kansas.

Stages:
Stage #1 Top Ten: 51,4,21,8,88,16,27,29,98,7
Stage #2 Top Ten: 51,4,27,29,21,98,8,7,16,88

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Kyle Busch, driver of the #51 Cessna Toyota, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway on May 12, 2017 in Kansas City, Kansas

This was Ben Rhodes race to win but his engine blew with 8 laps left. Kyle Busch won the race with a Margin of Victory: 2.622 Seconds over Johnny Sauter. Kyle Busch said “That’s one of the worst ones to swallow right there, for sure, I didn’t do a burnout or nothing like that. I just got the checkered flag for our group of guys at Kyle Busch Motorsports. Ben Rhodes had that race won. That
one was his. I tried everything I could to try to chase him back down. I just didn’t have enough speed in our Tundra tonight—it was fast, but his was a little bit faster than ours.”

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Number 4
Unofficial Race Results for the 17Th Annual Toyota Tundra 250 – Friday, May 12, 2017
Kansas Speedway – Kansas City, KS – 1.5 Mile Paved
Total Race Length – 167 Laps – 250.5 Miles

Finish Start Truck Driver Team Laps Status
1. 10. Truck 51 Kyle Busch(i) Cessna Toyota 167 Running
2. 3. Truck 21 Johnny Sauter Allegiant Travel Chevrolet 167 Running
3. 14. Truck 8 John H. Nemechek Fire Alarm Services Inc. Chevrolet 167 Running
4. 1. Truck 4 Christopher Bell SiriusXM Toyota 167 Running
5. 11. Truck 29 Chase Briscoe # Cooper Standard Ford 167 Running
6. 5. Truck 16 Ryan Truex SeaWatch Toyota 167 Running
7. 7. Truck 7 Brett Moffitt Red Horse Racing Toyota 167 Running
8. 6. Truck 33 Kaz Grala # Kiklos Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil Chevrolet 167 Running
9. 12. Truck 24 Justin Haley # Fraternal Order of Eagles Chevrolet 167 Running
10. 16. Truck 19 Austin Cindric # PIRTEK Ford 167 Running
11. 15. Truck 98 Grant Enfinger Ride TV Toyota 167 Running
12. 18. Truck 92 Regan Smith BTS Tire & Wheel/Commercial Tire & Service Ford 167 Running
13. 9. Truck 17 Timothy Peters Red Horse Racing Toyota 167 Running
14. 19. Truck 02 Tyler Young Randco/Young’s Building Systems Chevrolet 167 Running
15. 21. Truck 45 Austin Self Niece Equipment Chevrolet 166 Running
16. 2. Truck 88 Matt Crafton Matador Jack Links/Menards Toyota 166 Running
17. 25. Truck 44 Matt Mills(i) SparrowRanch.org Chevrolet 165 Running
18. 20. Truck 66 Ross Chastain(i) GamecockDieCast.com Chevrolet 164 Running
19. 24. Truck 1 Jordan Anderson Fueled By Fans/SponsorJordan.com Chevrolet 163 Running
20. 30. Truck 12 Spencer Boyd GruntStyle.com Chevrolet 163 Running
21. 23. Truck 63 Kevin Donahue Blue Lives Matter/Kansas City Brewery Chevrolet 163 Running
22. 32. Truck 50 Cody Ware(i) Motorsport Safety Group Chevrolet 162 Running
23. 8. Truck 27 Ben Rhodes Safelite Auto Glass Toyota 160 Engine
24. 27. Truck 6 Norm Benning Chevrolet 160 Running
25. 17. Truck 99 Travis Miller MDM Motorsports Chevrolet 109 Vibration
26. 13. Truck 13 Cody Coughlin # JEGS Toyota 84 Transmission
27. 28. Truck 10 Jennifer Cobb Mark One Electric Chevrolet 82 Brakes
28. 4. Truck 18 Noah Gragson # Switch Toyota 68 Clutch
29. 31. Truck 83 Todd Peck TDS Wraps Chevrolet 29 Brakes
30. 26. Truck 36 Camden Murphy Chevrolet 27 Electrical
31. 29. Truck 49 Wendell Chavous Chevrolet 21 Accident
32. 22. Truck 52 Stewart Friesen # Halmar International Chevrolet 16 Accident

Race Comments: Prior to the start of the race, the following trucks dropped to the rear of the field for the reasons indicated: No. 12 (unapproved adjustments), No. 83 (unapproved adjustments). Failed to Qualify: N/A. Caution Flags: 11 for 46 laps. Lead Changes: 15 among 4 drivers.

Keystone Light Pole Award: Christopher Bell, #4 177.848 mph. Mahle Clevite Engine Builder of the Race: Joe Gibbs Racing Engines (JGE), #51. Mobil 1 Driver of the Race: Kyle Busch, #51.Sunoco Rookie of the Race: Chase Briscoe, #29.

(i) Ineligible for driver points in this series

Next Race: May. 19, 2017 – Charlotte Motor Speedway

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