The last time the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series raced in Sonoma, its defending champion and current series points leader Ben Rhodes was barely a year old. Today’s poleman, 19-year-old Carson Hoover, in his second season in the NASCAR Truck Series, is on pole for the first time this season looking for his first career victory.
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Today is the second of four road races and the first road race since XPEL 225 at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas in March. Zane Smith, currently third in the Truck Series points standings, took both stage wins and took the checkered flag after qualifying second.
John Hunter Nemechek, who topped the points standings for most of last month, has won four poles this season and after a 35th-place finish last week at Gateway, can reclaim the lead with a strong performance today.
Christian Eckes, currently sixth in the points standings, had the fastest times in training this week. Eckes has finished in the top five in each of his last four starts and is still looking for his first win of the season.
The Chevrolets looked solid this week with Alex Bowman, Ross Chastain, Matt DiBenedetto and Parker Klingman with four of the best five practice laps this week.
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