Brian Scott got the caution he wanted, racing off to his first NASCAR trucks win in three years.
James Buescher got a bad break he didn't need, sending the series championship into what could be a wild finish next weekend.
Scott used a late pass on a restart with two laps left after Buescher hit the wall, winning win a wreck-filled race at Phoenix International Raceway Friday night that tightened up the season championship.
''Had it not been for the caution at the end, I don't think we could have done it,'' Scott said.
Buescher could have done without it.
He came into the race with a 15-point lead and appeared to be in position to pad it after Ty Dillon suffered damage from a wreck with about 40 laps left.
All Buescher had to do was hold on. His truck wouldn't let him.
Working his way back from a pit mishap with about 100 laps left - he slid into the wall in his stall - Buescher was running seventh when his right front tire went down, sending his No. 31 truck into the wall. H...