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BRISTOL, TENNESSEE - APRIL 16: Matt Crafton, driver of the #88 Great Lakes Flooring/Menards Toyota, Austin Dillon, driver of the #20 K&L Ready Mix Chevrolet, Derek Kraus, driver of the #19 NAPA AutoCare Chevrolet, Matt Dibenedetto, driver of the #25 TW Frierson/Rackley Roofing Chevrolet, Grant Enfinger, driver of the #23 Champion Power Equipment Chevrolet, and Colby Howard, driver of the #91 Gates Hydraulics Chevrolet, race during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Pinty's Truck Race on Dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway on April 16, 2022 in Bristol, Tennessee. (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images) | Getty Images
BRISTOL, TENNESSEE - APRIL 16: Matt Crafton, driver of the #88 Great Lakes Flooring/Menards Toyota, Austin Dillon, driver of the #20 K&L Ready Mix Chevrolet, Derek Kraus, driver of the #19 NAPA AutoCare Chevrolet, Matt Dibenedetto, driver of the #25 TW Frierson/Rackley Roofing Chevrolet, Grant Enfinger, driver of the #23 Champion Power Equipment Chevrolet, and Colby Howard, driver of the #91 Gates Hydraulics Chevrolet, race during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Pinty's Truck Race on Dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway on April 16, 2022 in Bristol, Tennessee. (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Bristol Truck Series TV Ratings

Truck Series viewership from Bristol Dirt on FS1 was up +87% over the 2021 race, averaging 1,167,000 viewers and good for the seventh-most-watched Truck Series race ever on FS1.

It was the most-watched Truck race since March of 2017 (Atlanta race).