Category Archives: Truck Series

Kohan Takes New Hampshire Win

2017-09-19 22-30-02_0

Twitchy Race Reports

(LOUDON, NH) The Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series was in action for Race #1 of the 2017 Playoffs. 32 drivers made the trip to New Hampshire Speedway to do battle for 88 laps. The race would be a caution filled event seeing 10 caution flags for 40 laps nearly half the race. In qualifying it would be Jake Douglas sitting on the pole with Jonathan Holstein 2nd, Devin Serra 3rd, Mitchell Brown 4th, and Tom Giannini rounded out the top 5.

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Early in the race it sawJake Douglas drive from the pole to lead the first 30 laps of the event. However Douglas would encounter trouble as the race went on spinning out putting himself toward the back of the pack. This would open the door as Devin Serra would lead the race for 9 laps before giving way to Nicholas Kohan who would go on to lead the final 44 laps of the event.

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Kohan would cruise to the Win in the first playoff race meaning that it will still be the top 6 drivers in the standings going to round 2 after the 3rd race of the playoffs. This would be Kohan’s 12th Career ASRS Victory in what’s been a very dominant return to ASRS competition. The top 5 looked like this behind race winner Kohan it was Michael Chrobok who finished 2nd from his 20th starting spot, Devin Serra 3rd, Dominic Lee 4th, and Brad Cross 5th from his 12th starting spot. As for the playoff drivers they finished pretty solid for the most part. Devin Serra lead the playoff drivers finishing 3rd, Brad Cross 5th, Mitchell Brown 6th, Michael Atkins 7th, Allan Young 10th, Jason Stewart 12th, Jim Foose 19th, and Jonathan Holstein 28th.

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As for the point standings after Race #1 of the Playoffs and #20 of the season it’s Brad Cross atop the standings leading by 3 points over Devin Serra in 2nd, -4 points to Mitchell Brown in 3rd, -5 points to Michael Atkins Jr in 4th, -9 points to Jason Stewart in 5th, -11 points over Allan Young in 6th, -20 points over Jim Foose in 7th, and -28 points over Jonathan Holstein.

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Next week the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a 73 lap event for Race #2 of the 2017 Playoffs. Be sure to tune in next week and for the remainder of the playoffs at Off Camber TV to see who is crowned the 2017 Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series Champion.

Jake Douglas Wins Epic Duel with Dominic Lee, Chase Field Set

2017-09-12 22-09-31_0By Tom Giannini

(JOLIET, IL) The racers were out in Joliet, Illinois for the final race of the 2017 Sam Maxwell Customs regular season. For several drivers in the midst of the points battle for the Chase clinching 8th position, there was an added level of anxiety mounting before the drop of the green flag. After the shocking pre-race announcement that Sam Maxwell would step aside from Chase competition due to a conflict of interest, the Chase bubble seat got red hot with Tom Giannini and Kevin Mingus chasing Michael Atkins and Jonathan Holstein for the final two spots in the Chase.

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The race could not have started better for Atkins as the driver of the #44 put his Jim Foose Motorsports Chevrolet on the pole for the afternoon’s race. Jordan Ashelin would flank Atkins to the outside of row one followed by Mitch Brown, Devin Serra and Jake Douglas.
The race would prove to be a competitive one as 6 drivers would pace the field for at least one lap.

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Trouble would find three of the four bubble position competitors as Michael Atkins and Jonathan Holstein were both involved in wrecks throughout the event. Tom Giannini would be caught a lap down during a strategy move to short pit. Giannini would finish 12th, Mingus 13th, Atkins 17th and Holstein finished 26th. Combine Holstein and Atkins’ lead over Giannini and Mingus with Giannini and Mingus’ sub-par finish, the race for the final two transfer positions went to Holstein and Atkins.

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The real story on the night would prove to be the epic race for the lead in the closing laps. Jake Douglas and Dominic Lee would have fans on their feet as they traded the lead (and some paint) in the closing laps. Douglas would come out on top with his first win of the 2017 season. Douglas, who is not in the Chase field, would play the role of party crasher as he celebrated in Sunoco Victory Lane.
We caught up with Douglas in Victory Lane:

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“Man, what a great truck. Obviously I learned a lot from last night in the Cup series race which led me to find a good line for sure. Great race guys!”
Finishing second to Douglas was Devin Serra, followed in third by Dominc Lee, 4th went to Jordan Ashelin and Allan Young rounded out the top 5.

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Without further adieu, here is your 2017 Sam Maxwell Customs Chase field:
Brad Cross: 2 wins, 3 top 5, 6 top 10
Michael Atkins Jr: 1 win, 4 top 5, 6 top 10
Mitch Brown: 1 win, 5 top 5, 8 top 10
Jason Stewart: 1 win, 3 top 5, 8 top 10
Jim Foose: 3 top 5, 8 top 10
Devin Serra: 7 top 5, 9 top 10
Allan Young: 8 top 5, 9 top 10

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We at ASRS would like to congratulate our field of 8 drivers as they duke it out for the Sam Maxwell Customs trophy. We will see the boys in action next week in New Hampshire. Tune into OCTV on Youtube to catch all the action!

Kohan Takes Win in Canada

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The Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series hit the road course of  Canadian Tire Motorsports Park for Race #17 of the 2017 season. With just two races left coming into the night it would be a wild card for drivers as they try to lock up a playoff spot. 32 drivers would make the trip to do some road racing. In qualifying it was Nick Kohan grabbing the pole with Dominic Lee 2nd, Tom Giannini 3rd, Sam Maxwell 4th, and Zack Calloway would round out the top 5.

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This race was a bit different than a normal oval race. There would only be one yellow flag and that was at the half way point as a competition yellow was thrown to bunch the field up. Prior to the lap 17 yellow flag it seen Devin Serra drive from his 7th place starting spot to take the lead and dominate the first half of the race. However under the yellow he would blow his motor downshifting for the yellow ending his race early. This opened the door for many other drivers. Off the only restart there was a pile up as someone spun the tires and this caused a chain reaction wreck.

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The last half of the race was dominated by Nicholas Kohan as he would cruise to yet another ASRS Victory. The top 5 saw Sam Maxwell finish 2nd, Allan Young drove from 18th starting spot to finish 3rd, Jeremy Banning drove from 23rd to finish 4th, and Alex Giese went from his 20th starting spot to round out the top 5.

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With just 1 race remaining before the 2017 SMC Truck Series Playoffs kick off it seen the points change yet again. Sam Maxwell still sits atop the standings and is your Point Leader, Allan Young 2nd, Jason Stewart moves to 3rd, Brad Cross falls to 4th, Mitchell Brown moves to 5th, while Devin Serra falls to 6th, Jim Foose 7th, and Jonathan Holstein who came in tied with Michael Atkins Jr. for the final playoff spot now sits 8th. On the outside looking in with just 1 race remaining are Michael Atkins Jr. 9th just 6 points out of the playoff spot, Jared Mogard sits 10th and he is 12 points out of the playoffs, and lastly Tom Giannin sits 28 points out in 11th.

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Next week ASRS is off as it is iRacing’s “Week 13” which as always sees NO racing action at ASRS. The SMC Truck Series is back in action in two weeks September 12th at the Chicagoland Speedway for the final race before the Playoffs start. Be sure to tune into Off Camber TV to see who does and who doesn’t make the 2017 SMC Truck Series Playoffs!!!

Maxwell Secures Chase Berth with Bristol Win

2017-08-15 21-55-49_0

Twitchy Race Reports

(BRISTOL, TN) Race #16 of the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series was back in action tonight. The “Night Time is the Right Time” as the Trucks went to the Bristol Motor Speedway for a 100 lap shootout short track style. Tonight 38 drivers showed up for a shot at the 36 spot starting field. Qualifying seen Jonathan Holstein grab the pole which was huge given his current point position as he tries to make the 2017 SMC Truck Series Playoffs. 2nd in qualifying was Alex Giese, 3rd Michael Cunic, 4th Allan Young, and 5th went to Travis Wright.

The race was slightly caution filled as there were 6 yellows for 30 laps. Most of the night’s cautions would be for small wrecks involving just a couple of trucks. However a big wreck just shy of the halfway point shook up the race as it started around the 5th place running spot and took out multiple competitors including some key drivers who were close to the playoff bubble. The race went back green and would have a long run to the end which provided for some good racing action. Holstein dominated the race and held the late until late in the race fending off Young, Maxwell, and Mogard as the top 4 drivers had one hell of a race for the lead and eventual win.

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Allan Young would make a run at Holstein with roughly 25 laps to go and it would cost him 2 spots as Maxwell and Mogard would get by him. Holstein would have to fend off Maxwell and Mogard for the final 20 laps while having to dodge through lap traffic. With roughly 15 to go a pair of lap trucks were running side by side which slowed the leader down and allowed the top 4 drivers to tighten up even more than they already were.

Once they navigated through that it would again see the running order shake up for the final time with 10 laps to go as Sam Maxwell would race to the lead with Mogard following him to 2nd. Mogard threw everything he had at Maxwell but was unable to get the lead. In the end Sam Maxwell would cruise to his 4th Career ASRS Victory and his first of the 2017 SMC Truck Series. The rest of the top five looked like this, Jared Mogard 2nd, Allan Young 3rd, Jonathan Holstein 4th, and Tom Giannini rounded out the top 5.

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With just TWO races left before the 2017 SMC Truck Series Playoff Grid is set the point standings got shook up. Sam Maxwell still sits atop the standings as the point leader, Allan Young jumps up one spot to 2nd in the standings, Brad Cross falls a spot to 3rd after being involved in that big wreck, Jason Stewart jumped up a spot to 4th, Devin Serra falls a spot to 5th, Mitchell Brown jumps to 6th with a solid top 10 finish tonight, Jim Foose falls another spot to 7th after being in a wreck early on, the 8th and final playoff spot currently is in a tie between Michael Atkins Jr. who was in a wreck early and had a bad finish and Jonathan Holstein who is now tied with Atkins after dominating the race and gaining 2 bonus points for leading a lap and the most laps sits tied for the final playoff spot with just 2 races left. Jared Mogard who needed to have a good run only sits 3 points out of the playoff spot in 10th and Tom Giannini is 12 points out of the final playoff spot in 11th.

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Tune in to Off Camber TV for Race #17 in two weeks August 29th as the drivers will be tackling the Road Coarse to see who will have to make a last ditch effort to try and get into a playoff spot and who will lock their spot in the playoffs up and get ready to race for a Championship.

Mingus Takes Checkers as Big One Ensues at Michigan

2017-08-08 22-11-21_0

Twitchy Race Reports

(BROOKLYN, MI) Race 15 for the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series took them to the Michigan International Speedway. Tonight there were 42 drivers showing up trying for a spot in the 36 truck starting field. After qualifying was done it seen Michael Atkins Jr. on the pole with Lee Staples to his outside. 3rd was Tim Knott, Mitchell Brown 4th, and Jake Douglas 5th.

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There were five yellows with four lead changes in tonight’s action. The race went green for the first five-teen laps before seeing the first yellow. The race would go green to lap thirty providing some great pit strategy to start to pay itself out. On the one to go lap roughly ten drivers would come down pit road to top off with fuel. The race went green to lap 41 as drivers who stayed out were starting to pit which was playing into the hands of the guys who pitted on one to go during the prior yellow. The race went back green with just 4 laps to go and off the final restart is when the big one happened which sent the race to a yellow finish.

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When the checkers flew it was Kevin Mingus getting the Win, Michael Chrobok 2nd, Lee Staples 3rd, Pete Baskins 4th, and Sam Maxwell 5th. This would be Mingus’s FIRST Career ASRS Victory in his #94 Truck. The points and playoff picture with 3 races remaining are still under review.

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The last restart which saw the big one happened is under review so points and official results are still pending. Be sure to check out the website in the next couple of days to see what the top 8 point guys are.

Kohan Returns to Pocono with a Win

2017-07-25 21-48-22_0

Twitchy Race Reports

(LONG POND, PA)  Race #14 on the 2017 SMC Truck Series was at the Pocono Raceway for the Fastlane 75 a 30 lap sprint for the Trucks. There were 38 drivers who showed up for a shot at one of the 36 starting spots. It would see Nick Kohan make his 2017 debut and grab the pole with Michael Atkins Jr. 2nd, Devin Serra 3rd, Jake Douglas 4th, and Sam Maxwell rounded out the top 5 drivers. The race went green for most of the race which made for a fast paced event. The top 4 drivers of Kohan, Douglas, Atkins, and Serra drove away from the field by over 4 seconds while Maxwell, Mogard, and Chad Finley battled for 5th-7th grabbing the rest of the field by 5 second.

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The green flag run provided a very spread out event for everyone. It also provided for green flag pit stops which came about half way through as drivers made their stops. After it cycled through it seen no change in the top 5. Chad Finley who was running 6th had problems and it ended up ending his night after contending for a top 5 finish. Also notable point leader going into the event Brad Cross also had a pit road penalty which cost him a shot at a solid finish as well.

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The race appeared to be going caution free until with 4 to go when Dominic Lee had issues in which brought the yellow out. The race ended under yellow and it was Kohan making the most of his ASRS debut grabbing his 10th career ASRS Victory. Rounding out the top 5 was Jake Douglas 2nd, Michael Atkins, Jr. 3rd who needed a good run as he was in the final playoff spot coming into the nights action, Devin Serra 4th, and Sam Maxwell finished 5th.

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The series point standings with just 4 races remaining before the 2017 Playoffs start look like this. Devin Serra took the point lead with Brad Cross falling to 2nd after his pit road issues, Sam Maxwell 3rd, Allan Young 4th, Jason Stewart 5th, Jim Foose 6th, Mitchell Brown 7th, and Michael Atkins Jr. sits in the 8th and final playoff spot. Just a couple drivers outside the top 8 have a shot at it and they are Jonathan Holstein who is 9th (-20 points), Jared Mogard 10th (-28 points), and Tom Giannini is also trying to make a very late push as he sits 11th in the standings (-44 points).

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Next week the SMC Truck Series is off but the Xfinity Series kicks off their Playoffs with a road coarse event which will be a 35 lap event. Tune in two weeks from now to see who gets a step closer to the 2017 SMC Truck Series Playoffs as the Trucks will be in action from the Michigan International Speedway.

ASRS Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series Slings Mud for First Time, Cross Wins

2017-07-18 21-52-45_0

By Tom Giannini

(ROSSBURG, OH)  When the schedule for the 2017 Sam Maxwell Truck Series was released last year, a lot of drivers circled July 11th. Some circled the date because they knew their dirt experience would pay off. Others circled it because they knew it would be an uphill struggle for them to compete on dirt for the first time. Eldora played host to the Fastlane Racing Dirt Derby at Eldora and it did not disappoint.

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Bradley Cross was the favorite entering the event as the driver of the #30 has excelled in other ASRS sanctioned dirt events. Things got off to a fast start for him when he rocketed his truck to the pole. Danny Rodgers started on the outside pole followed by Devin Serra, Kris Titus and Richard Stallings.

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Drivers and fans alike did not know what to expect coming into the 75 lap event. Was there going to be a lot of wrecks? How tight would the racing be? Would tempers be flaring or would everyone give a lot of room to their fellow competitors? The answers did not disappoint. The racing was very good, at times the drivers would enter a turn 4-wide and exit the turn cleanly. There were a few wrecks on the night and several trucks that made a lot of contact but for the most part the night was pretty clean by Eldora standards.

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The incident counter would reveal only one driver that finished the night without having made contact and that driver was Brad Cross. He did not have to make contact as he was in clean air all night. Cross dominated the event leading all 75 laps en route to victory. Devin Serra had a strong run and ended up in 2nd. Richard Stallings, Kris Titus and Danny Rodgers all rounded out the top 5.

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Points leader Sam Maxwell was involved in a wreck and was relegated to a 25th place finish. The new points leader is now race winner Brad Cross. Devin Serra now trails him by 11 points followed by Allan Young (-20), Sam Maxwell (-23) and Jim Foose (-24). The battle for the bubble is heating up. With only five races before the start of the Chase, drivers looking to break into the top 8 are running out of time.

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The series will roll into Pocono next week. Make sure to tune into OCTV on Youtube and don’t miss any of the action!

Pete Baskins Gets Lucky in Kentucky for First ASRS Win

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(SPARTA, KY) The ASRS Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series hit the rough and bumpy asphalt of Kentucky Speedway for the twelfth race of the 2017 season .  39 drivers attempted to qualify for the 36 truck starting field; Scott Haller, Zack Calloway and Josh Walker failed to qualify for the race.  Michael Atkins, Jr. led the speed chart in qualifying, winning the pole for the 113 mile main event.

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Atkins jumped to the lead but a series of early cautions slowed the pace dramatically and a mix of pit strategies stacked the field with fast trucks running throughout.  The early dominator was Tom Giannini who played pit strategy and took the lead for 19 laps.

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As the race neared the half-way point, green flag pit stops began for the leaders as the race took a green flag look midway.  The green flag pit stops allowed many drivers to take turns leading the way, with nine drivers swapping the lead 11 times.

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Late in the going, a caution flew that brought many front runners to pit road, but when the caution flew for the Dominic Lee turning then leader Jamie Moore in turns 3 and 4, it was Pete Baskins leading in the #3.  Baskins had to fend off hard chargers on fresher tires and with faster trucks to maintain his track position in the laps leading up to the caution.  At the checkered flag it was Pete Baskins scoring his first ASRS victory, Sam Maxwell finishing second, Atkins and Giannini third and fourth with Devin Serra rounding out the top five.

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Fresh off his second place finish, Sam Maxwell took the championship lead after former leader Brad Cross and second place driver Jim Foose suffered early damage and were unable to compete for the win.  Next up for the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series, the series heads to Eldora Speedway for the first race on dirt in series history.

Mogard Takes Iowa Victory

2017-06-20 22-16-14_0

Twitchy Race Reports

The Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series headed to the Iowa Speedway for the 11th race on the 2017 Season as drivers continue to set their sights on making the 2017 Playoffs for the Championship.

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It would see 38 drivers make the trip to try and qualify for the 36 Truck 100 lap event tonight. After qualifying was done it was Travis McQuistion sitting on the pole with Devin Serra 2nd, Jared Mogard 3rd, Dominic Lee 4th and Alex Giese rounding out the top 5. The event saw 6 yellow flag periods for 29 laps and saw 4 different race leaders.

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The race saw Travis McQuistion take his #93 to the race lead for the early parts of the event. But once the leaders made their first pit stops around lap 23 it would shake up the leaders. McQuistion and Mogard who had pressured the #93 for the first 20 some laps would restart 7th and 8th respectively after some drivers chose to stay out or take only two tires on pit stops. Mogard would be successful in getting back to the front as Travis McQuistion would find trouble that sent his truck into the inside wall off turn 2 ending his event early. Lee Staples would take over the lead from them pit stops and would hang on to it for a few laps before Jake Douglas would take his #49 to the top spot off a restart. Douglas would stay out front for the next 62 laps of the event.

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The race would see a green flag run to the end that would provide for an excellent finish to decide the winner between Jake Douglas and Jared Mogard. They have had their fair share of run-ins in prior events so it was shaping up to be a good finish for sure. That would be the case as Mogard would pressure Douglas causing Douglas to get into the wall coming off of turn 4. Mogard would briefly take the lead until they to go turn 1 where Douglas would get back by to the lead after Mogard would over drive turn 1. The end result would be with roughly 15 laps to go Mogard would have to re-rundown Douglas and try and get by Douglas again. Mogard would do both of them as once he caught Douglas coming to 6 laps to go Douglas again would get into the wall off turn 4 giving Mogard the opening he would be looking for. Mogard would lead only 6 laps and cruise on to his 18th Career ASRS victory and his 2nd on the 2017 Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series season.

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We caught up with Mogard who had this to say “It feels great to get the win. Had a great race with Douglas there and were able to come out on top. Just got to thank all my sponsors Captain Morgan, Mountain Dew, Twitchy Race Reports, and lastly my team Maxxed Out Motorsports. We’ve been rolling the last 3 weeks with now the 2nd win and Brad Cross becoming the new point leader. Just got to keep it rolling to the end of the season.”

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The point’s battle with just 7 races remaining before the Playoffs start got a bit tighter again. Brad Cross is the NEW point leader as Jim Foose had some troubles this week. Foose would fall to 2nd in the standings, Jason Stewart gained a spot to 3rd, Allan Young also gained a spot to 4th, while Sam Maxwell who also had trouble this week fell to 5th, Devin Serra gained a spot to go to 6th, Robby Baskins also gained a spot to 7th, and in the 8th and final playoff spot is Mitchell Brown who gained 1 spot.

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Notable who fell out of the top 8 was Jonathan Holstein who didn’t make the race due to connection issues which now has him on the outside looking in. Join us next Tuesday as the SMC Truck Series heads to the Kentucky Speedway for the Driven Disignz Kentucky 113 a 75 lap event. Be sure to tune into Off Camber TV for the live broadcast to see who will be closer to the playoffs as every position and spot are starting to mean just that much more with only 7 race left till the playoffs.

McQuistion Strikes Gateway Gold

2017-06-13 22-12-22_0

Twitchy Race Reports

(MADISON, IL) After a week off the Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series was ready to get back in action from the Gateway Motorsports Park for an 80 lap event which seen 39 drivers show up for the 36 Truck starting field. Following Qualifying it would see Jake Douglas sit on the pole with Ty Hester 2nd, Sam Maxwell 3rd, Michael Atkins Jr. 4th, and Jonathan Holstein 5th. There would only be 2 yellow flag periods for 8 laps with 7 different leaders throughout the event.

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The first yellow flew on the opening lap when a truck got into the wall and after it appeared they got going there would be another wreck halfway down the back stretch. The race would go back green and would stay green all the way to lap 63 before the yellow flew again.

2017-06-13 22-28-35_0During the long green run it would see Jake Douglas lose control of his truck while leading spinning into the infield causing him to go multiple laps down. That would give Michael Atkins the lead for 18 laps before Mogard would cruise from his 11th starting spot to take the lead for the next 30 laps before the yellow came out.

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The final 15 laps went green with no yellow and at the end it would see Travis McQuistion pick up his first career ASRS Win followed by Devin Serra 2nd, Mitchell Brown 3rd, Allan Young 4th, and Sam Maxwell 5th.

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The Point Standings after Race #10 with just 8 races remaining before the top 8 in points are locked into the playoffs look like this Jim Foose holds the top spot still with Brad Cross 2nd, Sam Maxwell 3rd, Jason Stewart 4th, Allan Young 5th, Jonathan Holstein 6th, Devin Serra went from 9th to 7th to move into a playoff spot, and Mitchell Brown also gained 2 spots to go from 10th to the 8th and final playoff spot.

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Next week the Truck Series heads to the Iowa Speedway for the Sam Maxwell Customs 100 a 100 lap event which like every SMC Truck Series event will be broadcasted live on Off Camber TV. Who will get a step closer to the 2017 Sam Maxwell Customs Truck Series Playoffs when the checkers fly next week with only 7 races left after next week’s event? Be sure to tune in and find out!!!!