Truck Series Recap: 2020 KDI Office Technology 200 (Dover International Speedway)

Zane Smith captured the win after starting in 7th position, achieving a net gain rating of 4.05 and an ARP of 3.15. While Brett Moffitt and Austin Hill led early laps, they finished 3rd and 8th, respectively.

Truck Series Recap: 2020 KDI Office Technology 200 (Dover International Speedway)

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The 200-lap race boasted a wild sequence of lead changes starting with Brett Moffitt leading the first 25 laps before giving way to Matt Crafton and Austin Hill. Hill later handed the lead to Chandler Smith, who dominated from Lap 48 to Lap 77. Derek Kraus took over briefly until Zane Smith captured and held the lead from Lap 88, with intermittent challenges, to the race's conclusion.

Zane Smith started in the 7th position and secured the win, achieving a net gain rating of 4.05 and an average running position (ARP) of 3.15. Brett Moffitt, although leading many laps, finished in 3rd position with an ARP of 4.08 and a net gain rating of 2.29. Moffitt’s consistency early on seemed spoiled by team strategy or pit stops because while fast, his final result wasn’t reflective of his initial dominance. In contrast, Austin Hill led the most laps during an early race segment but ended up in 8th with an ARP of 7.49. His mid-race bonanza showed that even a strong run can yield an average result.

Several drivers underscored their form despite late-race cautions. For instance, Chandler Smith’s run in the top five during a significant portion of the event resulted in a 20th finish, reflecting the disruptions from Lap 89's incident involving the cars of #2, #18, #51, and #99. Meanwhile, despite starting from the back, Johnny Sauter's solid ARP of 7.36 and net gain of 2.08 highlighted his performance, culminating in a 6th place finish. The race remained tumultuous with late positions shifts emphasizing the challenges drivers face in consistently maintaining their early placement.

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