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Tyler Ankrum took a lead when Brett Moffitt ran out of fuel with reduction than dual laps to go and cruised to his initial NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series feat Thursday night during Kentucky Speedway.
The 18-year-old Ankrum finished 7.373 seconds forward of Stewart Friesen on a 1.5-mile tri-oval to acquire a mark in a eight-man array playoffs. Ankrum led a race-high 40 of a 150 laps in a No. 17 Toyota and gave DGR Crosley a initial group victory.
“I consider we was holding my exhale for a final 3 laps there,” pronounced Ankrum, a California motorist creation his 12th array start. “Holy cow, that was awesome. … we only don’t know what to say. we can't trust we only did this.”
He won a NASCAR KN Pro Series East Championship final deteriorate as a rookie.
“I can’t trust it. This is a dream come true,” Ankrum said. “One of my biggest faults is I’ve always doubted myself. Tonight, we kind of felt all that rinse away.”
Moffitt, a fortifying array champion and a two-time leader this year, finished adult seventh — a final lorry on a lead lap.
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“All in all, we called a good race. We were only a path short,” Moffitt said. “It’s tough. We had a good-sized lead there and a good doing truck.”
Friesen started final in a 32-truck margin NASCAR confiscated his primary No. 52 Chevrolet since of an emanate with a back firewall.
Harrison Burton was third, followed by Ross Chastain, Dylan Lupton and Austin Wayne Self.