History is Made in Bristol Tennessee as Ben Kennedy Gains First Career Victory!

In one of the most exciting finishes at Bristol I have seen in a long time, Ben Kennedy was able to hold off a late charge by Brett Moffitt and land his first career victory along with basically locking himself into the chase! Brett Moffitt scored his best career finish finishing second, Daniel Hemric over came having to go to a back up car after a crash in practice to finish 3rd, William Byron and Johnny Sauter rounded out the Top 5. After almost an hour long rain delay, the race began and it was nothing but chaos with tons of aggressive racing as we were at the time racing for halfway. As time continued, we made it to halfway but with just 4 cautions before halfway. After that there were a total of 5 cautions leading up to the epic finish between Ben Kennedy and Brett Moffitt. With this win Ben Kennedy becomes the first member of the France family to score a victory in NASCAR. Earlier this week the King's Grandson Thad Moffitt won his first career victory which makes for a historical week still with 2 races to go. With the win Ben Kennedy will join William Byron, Matt Crafton, Christopher Bell, John H. Nemechek and Johnny Sauter as winners in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series!

Results from Bristol

  1. Ben Kennedy
  2. Brett Moffitt
  3. Daniel Hemric
  4. William Byron
  5. Johnny Sauter
  6. Cole Custer
  7. Christopher Bell
  8. John H. Nemechek
  9. Brandon Jones
  10. John Wes Townley
  11. Kaz Grala
  12. Spencer Gallagher
  13. Timothy Peters
  14. Tyler Reddick
  15. Caleb Holman
  16. Jordan Anderson
  17. Jesse Little
  18. Austin Cindric
  19. Austin Hill
  20. Parker Kligerman
  21. Austin Wayne Self
  22. Stewart Friesen
  23. Brandon Brown
  24. Cameron Hayley
  25. Travis Kvapil
  26. Rico Abreu
  27. Matt Mills
  28. Bryce Napier
  29. Daniel Suarez
  30. Ben Rhodes
  31. Tommy Joe Martins
  32. Matt Crafton

Next Race for The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads up north for a few weeks as they head to the Michigan International Speedway for the Careers for Veterans 200 presented by Cooper Standard Foundation & Brad Keselowski's Checkered Flag Foundation and drivers will look to gasp that one last push for a spot in the NCWTS Chase and drivers like Daniel Hemric, and Timothy Peters all will look for a victory to clinch their spots in the Chase before New Hampshire!


  1. I am grateful to have worked with Ben Kennedy when he started racing quarter midget back in '05 thru '07. It was a honor and pleasure. So happy to see him get his first NASCAR truck series win. Congratulations!


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