Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 9/16/14
Johnny Sauter won the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway. It was his second win of the season. Sauter won the season opening race at Daytona prior to the off weeks. Matt Crafton finished second ahead of Jeb BUrton in a race that featured a series of single truck spins at the shortest track on the NASCAR circuit. The race started with youngster Burton on the pole. On lap 105 he would get into the rear of Ron Hornaday spinning the No. 9 truck and retaking the lead. Results for the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway Apr 6, 2013 | Martinsville Speedway – Ridgeway, Virginia | 131.5 mi (250 of 250 Laps) Pos Driver Car # Make Started 1 Johnny Sauter 98 Toyota 4 2 Matt Crafton 88 Toyota 7 3 Jeb Burton 4 Chevrolet 1 4 Timothy Peters 17 Toyota 3 5 Darrell Wallace Jr. 54 Toyota 2 6 Chase Elliott 94 Chevrolet 8 7 Dakoda Armstrong 60 Chevrolet 28 8 Ryan Sieg 39 Chevrolet 29 9 Erik Jones 51 Toyota 19 10 Ron Hornaday Jr. 9 Chevrolet 9 11 Todd Bodine 13 Toyota 23 12 B...
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