Truck Series Recap: 2022 Kansas Lottery 200 (Kansas Speedway)

John Hunter Nemechek clinched victory leading 112 of 134 laps, with Carson Hocevar and Ryan Preece completing the top three. Grant Enfinger gained from 12th to finish fifth, while Zane Smith showcased consistent racing to finish fourth.

Truck Series Recap: 2022 Kansas Lottery 200 (Kansas Speedway)

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John Hunter Nemechek dominated with an ARP of 2.37 and claimed victory. He led the race for 112 laps out of 134, retaking the lead on the final lap from Carson Hocevar. Hocevar had a solid showing as well, with a net gain rating of 2.24 and leading for 33 laps, ultimately finishing second. Ryan Preece, with an ARP of 5.5 and a net gain rating of 2.78, rounded out the top three.

Grant Enfinger showcased a strong performance with a notable ARP of 10.75 and a finish in fifth place, representing a notable gain from his 12th starting position. Zane Smith's ARP was 4.45, finishing fourth with a net gain rating of 2.82, indicative of consistent racing. A wild performance was by Carson Hocevar, whose push for the lead in the final laps contributed to a bonanza of positional changes in the race's closing segment.

Mason Maggio and Jesse Little both found themselves significantly down the order, with negative net gain ratings indicating struggles during the race. Dean Thompson, despite starting 23rd, ended where he started due to challenges maintaining pace. Meanwhile, Brett Moffitt, who faced an incident causing a loss of fluid on track, finished 36th after an engine issue in the final laps. The DVP was not utilized, indicating limited major wrecks affecting terminal results.

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