Kyle Busch was the big favorite and confirmed the expectation of everyone at the stage of the World Camping Nascar Truck Series in Charlotte. He won all three of the events and won with confidence. He led 90 of the 134 laps of the race to receive the checkered flag at the front.

Johnny Sauter was the best driver of the category with second place. Christopher Bell, who started on pole, struggled early in the race, set off for recovery and finished third.

Here is the report of the race:

The top 5 finishers of the Nascar Truck Series in Charlotte were:

  • 1- 51 Kyle Busch (Toyota) Leader 134
  • 2- 21 Johnny Sauter (Chevrolet) 0.986 134
  • 3- 4 Christopher Bell (Toyota) 1.327 134
  • 4- 16 Ryan Truex (Toyota) 2.039 134
  • 5- 17 Timothy Peters (Toyota) 2.622 134

At the start, Christopher Bell kept the lead, and Kyle Busch jumped well from room to second.

On the fourth lap, however, Bell had a flat tire, was slow on the track and had to crawl to the pits. The yellow was not triggered.

A few turns later Austin Hill rolled onto the track, and the safety car was on track. Grant Enfinger, with problems in the car, went to the pits to make repairs. Green flag again at 14 and Kyle Busch held the lead with Chase Briscoe in second and Johnny Sauter in third.With eight turns to the end of the first segment, Austin Cindric turned and caused another yellow. The riders returned to action with four to the end, and Kyle Busch remained ahead, and Matt Crafton jumped up to Briscoe to fight for second place.

On the penultimate lap, he made the overtaking, and Johnny Sauter went along.

Kyle Busch won the segment. The halls stopped in the pits, and Brendon Jones returned in front. Rebound at 47 and Jones continued first with Parker Kligerman second.At 49 Kligerman left Jones behind, and Ross Chastain went jumping together for the second. A few turns later, however, all of them were surpassed by Johnny Sauter who jumped into the lead.

At 59 Kaz Grala and Brandon Jones beat on the wall and caused another yellow.

The race resumed with 16 laps to the end of the stage and Sauter continued in control followed by Chastain and Crafton. Four laps later the test was again paralyzed and again with problems with Grala.

The safety car left the track with six for the end, and Sauter held the front hard enough for Crafton.

But Kyle Busch passed the two and also won the second segment. The drivers stopped in the pits, and Parker Kligerman returned in front.

Matt Crafton was punished for speeding. The race was resumed at 88 with Austin Cindric at the end followed by Rhodes. In the next spin, however, they were outclassed by Kyle Busch. Norm Benning caused a yellow five laps later with a flat tire.

And the end of the race was confirmed with:

Green flag again with 37 to the end and Kyle Busch held the lead followed by Christopher Bell. Three laps later, however, Regan Smith was touched by Austin Self and hit the wall. The riders for the race with 28 to the end, and Kyle Busch remained ahead with Bell in second and Sauter in third.

With seven to the end, Matt Mills turned and caused another yellow. Reported with three to the end and Kyle Busch continued first and confirmed the victory followed by Johnny Sauter.