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UNOH 175

TRACK: New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race #17 of 23 for the 2015 season

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Race:Saturday, September 26 2015 in Loudon, NH

Title Sponsor: UNOH

Scheduled Green Flag (approx): 1:19pm/et

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Times are local to the Track (Eastern Time)

Friday, September 25
10:00 AM 5:00 PM NCWTS REGISTRATION OPEN
10:30 AM 6:30 PM NCWTS GARAGE OPEN
12:30 PM NCWTS SPOTTER & MANDATORY DRIVER MEETINGS & RANDOM DRAWING
1:30 PM 2:30 PM NCWTS PRACTICE
3:00 PM 4:25 PM NCWTS FINAL PRACTICE

5:15 PM 6:00 PM NCWTS AUTOGRAPH SESSION

Saturday, September 26
6:30 AM 1:30 PM NCWTS REGISTRATIONS OPEN
6:30 AM NCWTS GARAGE OPENS
7:00 AM 11:30 AM NCWTS Minors Admitted in the NASCAR Garage Area*
10:10 AM NCWTS QUALIFYING
11:20 AM NCWTS DRIVERS / CREW CHIEFS MEETING (TENT)
12:30 PM NCWTS DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS-SECURITY -CLEAR PIT ROAD
1:00 PM NCWTS RACE (175 LAPS, 185.15 MILES)

NCWTS = NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
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RACE INFORMATION

  • Race results, point standings, lucky dogs, and official race report.

  • Austin Dillon wins New Hampshire #33-Austin Dillon won the UNOH 175 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon. He started on the pole and led 80 laps for his 7th career win. #88-Matt Crafton finished second followed by: #98-Johnny Sauter, #17-Timothy Peters, #8-John Hunter Nemechek, #14-Daniel Hemric, #4-Erik Jones, #29-Austin Theriault, #5-Dalton Sargeant, and #54-Gray Gaulding. There were 6 caution flags for 32 laps and 6 lead changes among 5 leaders.
    Complete results are on the New Hampshire race results page (pdf). (9-26-2015)

  • New Hampshire Race Fast Facts:
    Austin Dillon(i) won the 18th running of the UNOH 175, his seventh victory in 67 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.
    This is his first victory and fourth top-10 finish in 2015.
    This is his first victory and third top-10 finish in four races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    Matt Crafton (second) posted his eighth top-10 finish in 13 races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his 14th top-10 finish in 2015.
    Johnny Sauter (third) posted his fifth top-10 finish in five races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    John H. Nemechek (fifth) was the highest finishing rookie.
    Erik Jones # leads the point standings by 7 points over Matt Crafton.
    (NASCAR Statistics) (9-26-2015)

  • Driver standings following New Hampshire:
    1) #4-Erik Jones, 666
    2) #88-Matt Crafton, 659, -7
    3) #19-Tyler Reddick, 647, -19
    4) #98-Johnny Sauter, 617, -49
    5) #14-Daniel Hemric, 558, -108
    6) #17-Timothy Peters, 552, -114
    7) #13-Cameron Hayley, 549, -117
    8 #05-John Wes Townley, 518, -148
    9) #23-Spencer Gallagher, 504, -162
    10) #11-Ben Kennedy, 504, -162
    See complete standings on the driver standings page (pdf).(9-26-2015)

  • Owner Standings following New Hampshire are posted (pdf).(9-26-2015)

  • Lucky Dogs - Who got a lap back on each caution at New Hampshire: (and their finish)
    Caution 1: none
    Caution 2: #15-Mingus,
    Caution 3: #02-Young, 16th
    Caution 3: #5-Sargeant, 9th
    Caution 3: #02-Young (2), 16th
    Caution 3: #02-Young (3), 16th
    (9-26-2015)

QUALIFYING, PRACTICE, AND ENTRY INFORMATION

  • Dillon on pole at New Hampshire: #33-Austin Dillon will start from the Keystone pole for the 500th Truck Series race, the UNOH 175, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway setting a new track record with a fast lap at 133.296mph. #51-Kyle Busch will start second, followed by: #13-Cameron Hayley, #4-Erik Jones, #5-Dalton Sargeant, #17-Timothy Peters, #23-Spencer Gallagher, #54-Gray Gaulding, #29-Austin Theriault, and #88-Matt Crafton. Dillon was the fastest truck in all three rounds of qualifying. #6-Norm Benning and #44-Josh Reaume did not qualify. See complete lineup on the Starting lineup (pdf) page.(9-26-2015)

  • New Hampshire Qualifying Notes:
    Austin Dillon(i) won the Keystone Light Pole Award for the 18th Running UNOH 175 with a lap of 28.574 seconds, 133.296 mph (new track record).
    This is his 13th pole in 67 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.
    This is his first pole and fourth top-10 start in 2015.
    This is his first pole in four races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    Kyle Busch(i) (second) posted his fourth top-10 start of 2015 and his sixth in eight races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
    Cameron Hayley (third) posted his second top-10 start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It is his 13th in 17 races this season.
    Cameron Hayley (third) was the fastest qualifying rookie. (NASCAR Statistics)(9-26-2015)

  • Qualifying Results (pdf)

  • Qualifying Rules

  • Qualifying Order (pdf)

  • Dillon fastest in final practice: #33-Austin Dillon was fastest in final practice for the UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a speed of 133.166mph. He was followed by #23-Spencer Gallagher, #13-Cameron Hayley, #88-Matt Crafton, #51-Kyle Busch, #98-Johnny Sauter, #4-Erik Jones, #17-Timothy Peters, #00-Cole Custer, and #5-Dalton Sargeant. 32 drivers practiced during the session. See complete results on the New Hampshire practice 2 speeds page (pdf).(9-26-2015)

  • Dillon fastest in first practice: #33-Austin Dillon was fastest during opening practice at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a speed of 131.311mph. #4-Erik Jones was second, followed by #17-Timothy Peters, #88-Matt Crafton, #51-Kyle Busch, #5-Dalton Sargeant, #98-Johnny Sauter, #13-Cameron Hayley, #54-Gray Gaulding, and #29-Austin Theriault. 32 drivers practiced during the session. See complete results on the New Hampshire practice 1 speeds page (pdf).(9-26-2015)

  • Entry list: There are 31 trucks on the preliminary entry list for Saturday's UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. A few notes:
    Dalton Sargeant in the #5;
    Austin Dillon in the #33;
    Josh Reaume in the #44;
    Kyle Busch in the #51;
    Gray Gaulding in the #54;
    Akinori Ogata in the #63;
    Brandon Brown in the #86;
    TJ Bell in the #94;
    (9-21-2015)
    UPDATE: Clay Greenfield has been added in the 68;
    (9-22-2015)
    UPDATE 2: Timmy Hill is now listed as the driver of the 94;
    (9-23-2015)
    UPDATE 3: The 1 of Kvapil and the 50 of Tanner have been added; Ruben Pardo is now listed in the 45;
    (9-25-2015)
    See the complete list on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway entry list page.

GOODYEAR TIRE NOTES

    NASCAR Camping World Truck Series -- Race No. 17 - UNOH 175 New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1.058-mile oval) - Loudon, N.H. Fast Facts for September 25-27, 2015

    Tire: Goodyear Eagle Intermediate Radials

    Set limits: Camping World Truck: 5 sets for the event

    Tire Codes: Left-side -- D-4564; Right-side -- D-4566

    Tire Circumference: Left-side -- 87.64 in. (2,226 mm); Right-side -- 88.35 in. (2,244 mm)

    Minimum Recommended Inflation: Left Front -- 12 psi; Left Rear -- 12 psi; Right Front -- 30 psi; Right Rear -- 27 psi

    Notes: Teams in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck Series will run the same tire codes at New Hampshire this weekend . . . Sprint Cup teams have run this same combination of left- and right-side tires at New Hampshire since 2012 . . . Camping World Truck Series teams first ran this tire set-up at this track last September . . . this is the only track at which either of these two tire codes will be run in 2015 . . . as on most NASCAR ovals one mile or less in length, teams will not run inner liners in their tires at New Hampshire.

NASCAR NEWS & NOTES

    Truck Series Set To Run 500th Race

    The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will run its 500th race this weekend - Saturday's UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1 p.m. ET on FS1). The NCWTS began in 1995 and is in its 21st season of operation. Ron Hornaday Jr. has won the most NCWTS championships (4) and races (51). Mike Skinner earned the first series title driving for legendary owner Richard Childress. Throughout its existence, many NASCAR stars have matriculated in the NCWTS, including Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Challengers Kevin Harvick, Carl Edwards, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Jamie McMurray and Brad Keselowski.

    Custer Back At Site Of First Stand

    Last September, Cole Custer made the first of what looks to be many stands in his racing career when he became the youngest NASCAR national series winner at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (16 years, 7 months, 28 days). Just one year later, the JR Motorsports driver returns to the site of his first win, celebrating his own milestone on a day that also marks the landmark 500th race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

    Since capturing his first win at NHMS, Custer has gone on to visit Victory Lane at Gateway Motorsports Park in 2015. In seven starts this season, he claims one top five and three top 10s. Custer has an average start of 7.9 and an average finish of 13.4.

    Nemechek It Out: Second-Generation Driver Captures First Win

    NASCAR Next driver John Hunter Nemechek captured his first NASCAR win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway, 16 years to the day that his father, "Front Row" Joe Nemechek, won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

    John Hunter moves on to NHMS this weekend where he has quite the family history. Not only was New Hampshire the first NSCS win for his father Joe, it was also the track where Joe logged his first premier series start in 1992. With Joe carrying a NSCS and NASCAR XFINITY Series win at NHMS, John Hunter can complete the family trifecta with a truck win there this weekend.

    In 11 starts this season, Nemechek claims one win, three top fives (27.3%) and five top 10s (45.5%). He has an average start of 9.7 and an average finish of 12.2. With his victory at Chicagoland, Nemechek became the fourth-youngest winner in NCWTS history (18 years, 3 months and 8 days).

    Teenage Dream: Youngsters Jones and Reddick Lead The Championship Points Standings

    Erik Jones maintained the top spot in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship points standings, increasing his lead to 10 points over fellow 19-year-old Tyler Reddick after finishing sixth on Saturday at Chicagoland. Two-time defending series champion Matt Crafton, who entered the race trailing Jones by three points in second, finished 14th and now ranks third in the standings - 11 points behind Jones. Reddick passed Crafton by placing runner-up.

    Jones enters Saturday's UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway riding a streak of eight consecutive top 10s. He made his first and only start at NHMS last year, finishing seventh.

    Reddick made his lone New Hampshire start last season as well, placing sixth.

    In 12 career starts at The Magic Mile, Crafton boasts three top fives and seven top 10s. He finished third in last season's race.

    Hemric To Sport Throwback Paint Scheme From Inaugural Truck Race

    This weekend at New Hampshire, Daniel Hemric will run the same paint scheme that NTS Motorsports general manager and spotter Rick Carelli drove in the inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix International Raceway in 1995. Carelli made 134 starts in the Truck Series, tallying four wins, 22 top fives and 60 top-10 finishes in his tenure. Dubbed early in his career as the "High Plains Drifter," the Colorado native was inducted into the NASCAR West Coast Racing Hall of Fame in 2009. Carelli also won the very first NCWTS exhibition race at Tucson Raceway Park in 1994.

    Hemric, a Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate, ranks fifth in the NCWTS standings on the strength of four top-five and 10 top-10 finishes in 16 starts.

    KBM's Showalter Competing In 500th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race

    Calling Kyle Busch Motorsports No. 51 truck chief Chris Showalter a veteran of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race is an understatement. He has competed as a crew member in all 499 NCWTS races and will try to help field the fastest truck for a 500th time in Saturday's UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. In order to make it to every race, he has survived a couple of near misses. During the 2004 season, he had ACL surgery on Tuesday and was at the track on Thursday. In 2013, he passed a kidney stone the morning of the race at Bristol Motor Speedway and still was able to make it to the track that day.

    Jones Attempts To Join Owner Kyle Busch As Same Day Double-Duty Winner

    Similar to Ernie Banks, Erik Jones will "play two" on Saturday.

    The No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports driver will pull double-duty this weekend, hopping on a plane to Kentucky for the Saturday night NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Kentucky following his afternoon NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition at New Hampshire. Jones' owner, Kyle Busch, is the only driver to win races in two different NASCAR national series races on the same day. He visited Victory Lane in both the Camping World Truck Series and the XFINITY Series on Feb. 21, 2009 at Auto Club.

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Qualifying:
4:30 pm/et, Friday, February 24 - TV: Fox Sports 1
Practices:
2:00 pm/et, Thursday, February 23 - TV: Fox Sports 1
4:00 pm/et, Thursday, February 23 - TV: Fox Sports 1

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