Found June 01, 2012 on
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Kevin Harvick won the pole for Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 from Dover with a time of 22.751 seconds. Joey Coulter, Ron Hornaday, Jr., Johnny Sauter, and Cale Gale round out the top five starting positions. Other notable qualifying positions include Parker Kligerman in 11th, Todd Bodine in 13th, James Buescher in 15th, and Brian Scott in 17th. No drivers missed the race. The event will be live on SPEED at 4:50 PM.
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Todd Bodine took advantage of being in the lead when the rain came, winning the shortened Trucks Series race at Dover International Speedway on Friday.
Bodine celebrated in a makeshift Victory Lane after the race was called with 147 of 200 laps completed on the 1-mile track.
Parker Kligerman was second and Kevin Harvick was third. Nelson Piquet Jr. and Cale Gale round out the top...
Richard Childress Racing teammates finished third (Kevin Harvick), sixth (Ty Dillon) and 11th (Joey Coulter).
Harvick earned his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole award of the season, setting a new track record of 158.235 mph.
According to NASCAR's Loop Data Statistics, each of the RCR entries spent the entire race running in the top...
Let it rain!
At a racetrack where a casino is an integral part of the complex, Todd Bodine gambled and won big.
Despite spinning early in Friday's rain-shortened Lucas Oil 200, Bodine remained on the lead leap, and with a contrarian pit strategy, he worked his way into the lead. When rain forced NASCAR to call the race after 147 laps, Bodine was the winner, breaking a drought...
Todd Bodine overcame an early race spin to win the rain-shortened Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Raceway. This victory is Bodine’s first of the season and his first win since Kentucky in 2010. The race was interrupted by rain twice – first with 80 laps to go and the again with 53 laps to go, the second time for good.
The rain began to fall for the first time just past...
Kevin Harvick led the way with a lap of 23.269 seconds in the final practice for the Lucas Oil 200 from Dover. Rounding out the top five was Justin Lofton, Ty Dillon, Brian Scott, and Parker Kligerman.
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