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Tracking the Trucks : American Commercial Lines 200

*In a Nutshell:* Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 1.116 seconds ahead of Ron Hornaday, Jr. Friday night in Atlanta to win the American Commercial Lines 200. Busch restarted in the lead with just four laps remaining after a short rain delay and ran away from the field, scoring his second consecutive win in the truck series. Mike Skinner, Matt Crafton and Chad McCumbee rounded out the Top 5. *Who Should Have Won:* Ron Hornaday, Jr. The defending truck series champion started from the pole Friday night and led 81 laps on the night. Hornaday, Jr. clearly had the fastest truck on the track, but rain hampered his run for the win. After pitting with just 16 laps remaining, the driver of the No. 33 Camping World Chevy found himself stuck in traffic that allowed Kyle Busch to take a nearly two-second lead. A four lap sprint to the finish turned out to be too much for Hornaday, Jr. whose truck was best on long runs.

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Tearing Apart the Trucks : Joey Clanton Replaced

Just a few days after finishing 32nd in the season opener at Daytona International Speedway, it was announced that Joey Clanton and Roush Fenway Racing had parted ways. Clanton just made the move with his truck number and sponsor, Zaxby's, from Wood Brothers / JTG Racing to Roush Fenway during the offseason after sharing the truck with Stacy Compton for the 2007 season.

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Tracking the Trucks : San Bernardino County 200

*In a Nutshell:* Kyle "Rowdy" Busch took the checkered flag 1.415 seconds ahead of Todd Bodine to win the San Bernardino County 200 at the Auto Club Speedway Saturday afternoon. Busch took the lead for the final time when the field cycled through green flag pit stops inside 20 laps to go. Johnny Benson, Terry Cook and 2007 champion Ron Hornaday, Jr. rounded out the Top 5. *Who Should Have Won:* Kyle Busch. Busch had the truck to beat all weekend, running in the Top 5 in both practice sessions. With the field set by 2007 owner's points, the 22-year old found himself with a 20th starting position. It didn't take long for "Rowdy" to work his way to the front, and he first took the lead on lap 25. The driver of the No. 51 Toyota Tundra went on to lead 51 laps on his way to his seventh career truck series win. *Questions You Should Be Asking After the Race:* 1. How are the 2007 points leaders faring so far this season?

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Tracking the Trucks : Chevy Silverado 250

*In a Nutshell:* Todd Bodine took the checkered flag ahead of Kyle Busch to win the Craftsman Truck Series' season opener at Daytona International Speedway Friday night. Bodine held off a late-race charge by Kyle Busch and Johnny Benson and crossed the finish line just 0.077 seconds ahead of Busch in the Chevy Silverado 250 to score his first win at the superspeedway. David Starr and Rick Crawford rounded out the Top 5.

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