Found October 26, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
PLAYERS: Matt Crafton
Sandusky, OH – Matt Crafton and the No. 88 Zecol/Menards Toyota Tundra head to Martinsville Speedway for the Kroger 200 on Saturday, October 27th. Crafton has been racing trucks at this speedway since 2001 with his best finish of 2nd in 2008. Crafton also earned the pole in the 2011 fall race. Saturdays race marks Crafton’s 22nd start at Martinsville Speedway. “Martinsville is a race where track position means everything,” said Crafton. “It is important to qualify in the front, and it is key to maintain that position. Everyone likes to run on the bottom, everyone wants to be there and that makes it difficult to make moves and pass.” Crafton currently stands in the sixth spot in the 2012 Camping World Truck Series driver championship point standings, six points out of fifth.

Hamlin pushes past Crafton for win

Denny Hamlin showed just why he is a master of Martinsville Speedway Saturday. Making a rare appearance in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Hamlin started from the rear after missing the drivers' meeting because of a conflict with Sprint Cup practice, then immediately began to work his way through traffic. He bumped and banged his way to the front, finally taking the lead...

Kroger 200 from Martinsville First Practice Times

Matt Crafton led the way with a lap of 19.780 seconds in the first practice for the Kroger 200 from Martinsville. Rounding out the top five was Timothy Peters, Nelson Piquet, Jr., Johnny Sauter, and Ty Dillon. Pos # Driver Team Time Behind 1 88 Matt Crafton ZECOL / Menards Toyota 19.780 Leader 2 17 Timothy Peters TOYOTA / Toyota 19.827 -0.047 3 30...
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