Truck Series Recap: 2023 250 (Texas Motor Speedway)

Carson Hocevar clinched the win after passing Nick Sanchez on lap 172. Despite leading most of the race, Sanchez crashed and ended up 16th. Notable mentions include Chase Purdy second and Stewart Friesen third.

Truck Series Recap: 2023 250 (Texas Motor Speedway)

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Nick Sanchez led nearly the entire race until lap 172, where Carson Hocevar made a pass for the win. Sanchez, who started in the pole position, dominated the bonanza with an ARP of 1.01, but an accident in the final lap dropped him to a 16th place finish. Christian Eckes, who also briefly led, concluded in 15th with an ARP of 2.91. Both drivers had high positions before suffering late-race incidents.

Chase Purdy, starting from 14th, finished second with an ARP of 9.29 and a GR-LR of 1.58. Stewart Friesen, showing consistent performance, finished third with an ARP of 7.62 and a net gain of 1.29. Ty Majeski, who began in third, fell to fourth, recording an ARP of 9.95 and a GR-LR of 1.22. Notably, Ben Rhodes maintained an ARP of 3.18, finishing tenth despite his involvement in multiple incidents, showing a wild level of resiliency.

Late-race cautions affected several drivers. Lawless Alan and Rajah Caruth, who had higher expectations, ended 18th and 19th, respectively. They both experienced a decline in their final positions, indicated by negative GR-LR values. Dean Thompson, starting fifth, also suffered from a late-race caution and finished 28th following an accident.

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