NASCAR Camping World Truck Series -- Iowa Race Info, Links and News

THE RACE: American Ethanol 200

TRACK: Iowa Speedway

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race #9 of 22 for the 2013 season

Last Race: Kentucky Speedway


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Race / Track Info

  • Race Date: Saturday, July 13, 2013

  • Title Sponsor: American Ethanol 200
  • Start Time: 8:30pm/et
  • 2012 Winner: Timothy Peters
  • 2012 Pole: Timothy Peters
  • Track Layout: .875 Mile
  • Length: 200 Laps, 175 Miles
  • Degree of Banking on Turns: 12-14 degrees
  • Degree of Banking on Frontstretch: 10 degrees
  • Degree of Banking on Backstretch: 4 degrees
  • Length of Frontstretch: 1,075 feet
  • Length of Backstretch: 869 feet

Television Coverage/TV Team

  • TV: SPEEDtv

    Saturday, July 13, 2013
    Pre-race: 8:00pm/et
    Race: 8:30pm

    In the Booth: Rick Allen, Phil Parsons, Michael Waltrip
    Pit Reporters: Ray Dunlap, Hermie Sadler
    Pre-race Host: Krista Voda

Radio Coverage

Event Schedule

    Friday, July 12
    2:00 PM 3:55 PM NCWTS PRACTICE
    5:00 PM 7:00 PM NCWTS PRACTICE

    Saturday, July 13
    2:00 PM 4:30 PM NCWTS Minors Admitted into the NASCAR Garage Area*
    2:30 PM 3:15 PM NCWTS Autograph Session
    7:30 PM (8:30 PM) NCWTS RACE (200 LAPS, 175 MILES)

    Note: All times are listed in local / Central Time Zone unless otherwise indicated and are tentative, subject to change.

Race and links

  • Peters wins Iowa: #17-Timothy Peters won the American Ethanol 200 at Iowa Speedway on Saturday night. #51-Erik Jones was second. #31-James Buescher, #9-Ron Hornaday, #94-Chase Elliott, #88-Matt Crafton, #32-Miguel Paludo, #54-Darrell Wallace, Jr., #18-Joey Coulter, and #60-Dakoda Armstrong complete the top-10. There were five caution flags for 26 laps, and six lead changes among five drivers. Complete results are on the Iowa race results page (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • Iowa Race Fast Facts:
    Timothy Peters won the 5th Annual American Ethanol 200 presented by Enogen, his sixth victory in 149 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.
    This is his first victory and fifth top-10 finish in 2013.
    This is his second victory and third top-10 finish in six races at Iowa Speedway.
    Erik Jones (second) posted his first top-10 finish in his first race at Iowa Speedway. It is his third top-10 finish in 2013.
    James Buescher (third) posted his third top-10 finish in six races at Iowa Speedway.
    Darrell Wallace Jr. (eighth) was the highest finishing rookie.
    Matt Crafton leads the point standings by 38 points over Jeb Burton
    (NASCAR Integrated Marketing)(7-13-2013)

  • Driver standings following Iowa:
    1) #88-Matt Crafton, 357
    2) #4-Jeb Burton, 319, -38
    3), #31-James Buescher, 317, -40
    4) #3-Ty Dillon, 309, -48
    5) #98-Johnny Sauter, 305, -52
    6) #29-Ryan Blaney, 290, -67
    7) #32-Miguel Paludo, 285, -72
    8) #17-Timothy Peters, 281, -76
    9) #62-Brendan Gaughan, 280, -77
    10) #54-Darrell Wallace, Jr., 272, -85
    See complete standings on the driver standings page (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • Owner Standings following Iowa: are posted (pdf).(7-13-2013)

Qualifying Results, Practice Speeds, Entry and links

  • Pit Stall Selections (pdf)

  • Quiroga on pole for American Ethanol 200 at Iowa: #77-German Quiroga earned his first career pole by taking the top spot for Saturday night's race at Iowa Speedway. Quiroga set a new track record at 138.620 mph. #32-Miguel Paludo was second, followed by: #3-Ty Dillon, #62-Brendan Gaughan, #19-Ross Chastain, #29-Ryan Blaney, #51-Erik Jones, #98-Johnny Sauter, #18-Joey Coulter, and #17-Timothy Peters. Darrell Wallace, Jr. spun during his lap, but suffered only minor damage to his truck. See complete results on the Starting lineup (pdf) page.(7-13-2013)

  • Iowa Qualifying Notes:
    German Quiroga won the Keystone Light Pole Award for the 5th Annual American Ethanol 200 presented by Enogen with a lap of 22.724 seconds, 138.620 mph (a new track record).
    This is his first pole in 15 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.
    This is his first pole and fifth top-10 start in 2013.
    This is his first pole in his first race at Iowa Speedway.
    Miguel Paludo (second) posted his sixth top-10 start of 2013 and his third in four races at Iowa Speedway.
    Ty Dillon (third) posted his second top-10 start at Iowa Speedway. It is his seventh in nine races this season.
    German Quiroga (first) was the fastest qualifying rookie.
    (NASCAR Statistics)(7-13-2013)

  • Qualifying Order (pdf)

  • Paludo fastest in final practice: #32-Miguel Paludo led the way in final practice on Saturday at Iowa Speedway. Paludo ran a fast lap at 137.333 mph. #19-Ross Chastain was second. He was followed by: #18-Joey Coulter, #77-German Quiroga, #3-Ty Dillon, #31-James Buescher, #98-Johnny Sauter, #29-Ryan Blaney, #62-Brendan Gaughan, and #94-Chase Elliott. #99-Bryan Silas wrecked during practice, causing heavy damage to the rear of his truck. All 35 of the entered trucks participated in the session. See complete results on the Iowa practice 3 speeds page (pdf).(7-13-2013)

  • Gaughan fastest in second practice: #62-Brendan Gaughan was fastest in second practice at Iowa Speedway on Friday. Gaughan had the fastest lap at 136.464 mph. #19-Ross Chastain was second quick. #77-German Quiroga, #32-Miguel Paludo, #4-Jeb Burton, #98-Johnny Sauter, #3-Ty Dillon, #54-Darrell Wallace, Jr., #51-Erik Jones, and #9-Ron Hornaday, Jr. close out the top-10. 32 teams participated in the session. See complete results on the Iowa practice 2 speeds page (pdf).(7-12-2013)

  • Jones fastest in first practice: #51-Erik Jones was fastest during opening practice at Iowa Speedway on Friday. During what is being considered a test day for all of the teams, Jones led the way with a speed of 134.979 mph. #29-Ryan Blaney was second, followed by #19-Ross Chastain, #17-Timothy Peters, #9-Ron Hornaday, #5-Tim George, Jr., #4-Jeb Burton, #32-Miguel Paludo, #54-Darrell Wallace, Jr., and #62-Brendan Gaughan. 30 of the entered 35 teams participated in the session. See complete results on the Iowa practice 1 speeds page (pdf).(7-12-2013)

  • Entry list: There are 35 trucks on the preliminary entry list for Saturday's American Ethanol 200 at Iowa Speedway. Some notes include:
    Todd Bodine is back in the #13;
    Erik Jones returns to the #51;
    The #81 and #84 are TBD - Jimmy Weller is expected in the 81;
    Chase Elliott is in the #94;
    Steve Wallace is in the #97; (7-8-2013)
    UPDATE: ThorSport says Bodine will NOT be in the 13, despite his initial entry. (7-9-2013)
    UPDATE 2: Frank Kimmel will drive the #13 in Iowa. (7-9-2013)
    UPDATE 3: Josh Reaume will be in the #07. (7-10-2013)
    UPDATE 4: Danny Efland is in the #84. (7-12-3013)
    See the complete list on the Iowa Speedway entry list page

Goodyear Tire Notes

    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race No. 9 American Ethanol 200 Iowa Speedway (0.875-mile oval) Newton, Iowa Fast Facts for July 12-13, 2013

    Tire: Goodyear Wrangler Intermediate Radials

    Set limit: 3 sets for Friday practice and 4 sets for Saturday

    Number of Tires: Left-side  510; Right-side -- 510

    Tire Codes: Left-side -- D-4546; Right-side -- D-4562

    Tire Circumference: Left-side -- 87.5 in. (2,222 mm); Right-side -- 88.3 in. (2,242 mm)

    Technical Inspection Inflation: Left Front -- 26 psi; Left Rear -- 26 psi; Right Front -- 40 psi; Right Rear -- 38 psi

    Minimum Recommended Inflation: Left Front -- 18 psi; Left Rear -- 18 psi; Right Front 36 psi; Right Rear -- 34 psi

    Notes: This is the same combination of left- and right-side tires that NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams ran twice at Iowa last season . . . this is the only track at which Truck Series teams will run either of these two tire codes . . . this is also the same tire set-up that NASCAR Nationwide teams ran at Iowa last month . . . as on most NASCAR ovals one mile or less in length, teams will not run inner liners in their tires at Iowa.

NASCAR News & Notes

    Elliott Could Be A Factor At Iowa

    Although Chase Elliott has only made three NCWTS so far in his young career, the Dawsonville, Ga., native has made an immediate impact finishing in the top 10 in each start. Elliott's average finish in his first three series starts is 5.0, tying him with 2000 rookie of the year Kurt Busch for the best three-race debut for a true NASCAR national series rookie in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series history.

    Elliott has finished sixth, fifth and fourth in starts at Martinsville, Rockingham and Dover, respectively.

    Elliott has shown his learning curve in the NCWTS has been smooth as the 17-year-old driver has adapted quickly to the national series machines, which could mean more history this weekend. This weekend at Iowa could be another record-setting one for the series if Elliott can return to Victory Lane at Iowa. Elliott picked up his first NASCAR Touring Series victory at Iowa Speedway winning the NASCAR K&N Pro Series race in 2012 and if he is able to pilot his No. 94 Chevrolet to the checkered flag he would break Ryan Blaney's record as the youngest winner in the history of the series. Blaney won the most recent NCWTS race held at Iowa Speedway last September.

    Elliott, along with veteran crew chief Lance McGrew, will enter the next two truck series events as they will also compete at Eldora after the trip to America's heartland this weekend.

    Can Blaney Make It Two In A Row And A First For Ford?

    Ryan Blaney enjoyed a record-setting night the last time the trucks raced at Iowa Speedway becoming the youngest winner in series history in just his third career start. Last year he won the event in a Brad Keselowski Racing RAM. On Saturday night, Blaney will go for two in a row and possibly give Ford its first NCWTS win at Iowa.

    Blaney has raised his performance in the series up a notch recently coming off of his second top-five finish in the past three races and also scoring his first national series pole during qualifying in Kentucky.

    Blaney surprised the NASCAR world when he scored the win driving for Keselowski, and while a win this weekend wouldn't catch anyone off guard, another win could be just as important for his team.

    "This date couldn't have come sooner, I've been waiting to get back to Iowa in the Truck Series ever since I left there last September victorious. Our team has really buckled down over the past month and my confidence is at an all-time high."

    BKR is the only team competing full-time in a Ford and Blaney's boss Brad Keselowski finished second at Kentucky while Blaney finished fifth. While those are impressive finishes, the last time Ford visited Victory Lane in a NCWTS race was on June 13, 2009 when Colin Braun won driving a Roush Racing Ford.

    Points Battle Remains Tight

    Although he had to finish strong at Kentucky to keep his season-long streak of top-10 finishes alive, Matt Crafton has used his consistency to remain atop the points standings since picking up his win at Kansas Speedway back in April. Crafton enjoys a 22-point lead over Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender Jeb Burton, while Ty Dillon used his win at Kentucky to move up to third in the standings just 40 points out of first place.

    Three of the top-10 drivers in the current points standings heading into the weekend have won at Iowa Speedway. Crafton won in 2011, with Ryan Blaney (6th) winning in 2012 and Timothy Peters (10th) the defending winner of this weekend's event.

    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Etc.

    Johnny Sauter has finished among the top five in all five NASCAR Camping World Truck races at Iowa Speedway with a best performance of second to Austin Dillon in 2010. ThorSport teammate and 2011 winner Matt Crafton is five-for-five in top 10s. &Two-time series champion Todd Bodine returns to the No. 13 ThorSport Toyota this week. & Steve Wallace makes his first NCWTS appearance since running four races in 2010 which included a 30th-place Iowa finish. & Last summer's race featured Iowa's largest margin of victory (1.586 seconds) with the smallest margin of victory (0.168 seconds) recorded in September.

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