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Chander Smith may have been the last to qualify for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series finale at Phoenix Raceway on Nov. 5, but he certainly was not the least. In his one lap, Smith put down a blistering pace of 136.576 mph, more than a quarter of a second faster than second-fastest Sheldon Creed.
During the second lap of his qualifying run, Tyler Ankrum got loose and spun off of turn 4. He was able to keep the car off the wall and had recorded the 14th-fastest time in the session on his previous lap.
Thirty-nine trucks took to the track in qualifying. Truck Series races with qualifying have a maximum of 36 trucks making the show, and Dawson Cram, Jennifer Jo Cobb, and Norm Benning were the three drivers that were unable to qualify for tonight’s race.
The Truck Series season finale will take place tonight at 7 p.m. ET, with coverage provided by FOX Sports 1.
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Stephen Stumpf joined Frontstretch in September 2021. He is a staff writer and the Friday news writer. Stephen also pens the weekly “4 Burning Questions” column and contributes to “Friday Faceoff” and “2-Headed Monster.” A Texas native, Stephen started following NASCAR at age 9.
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