2018 Schedule

Week Venue P10 Winner
1 Daytona International Speedway Lavalight (559)
2 Atlanta Motor Speedway Captainbert (718)
3 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
4 Martinsville Speedway
5 Dover International Speedway
6 Kansas Speedway
7 Charlotte Motor Speedway
8 Texas Motor Speedway
9 Iowa Speedway
10 Gateway Motorsports Park
11 Chicagoland Speedway
12 Kentucky Speedway
13 Eldora Speedway
14 Pocono Raceway
15 Michigan International Speedway
16 Bristol Motor Speedway
17 Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
18 Las Vegas Motor Speedway
19 Talladega Superspeedway
20 Martinsville Speedway
21 Texas Motor Speedway
22 Phoenix International Raceway
23 Homestead-Miami Speedway

P10 Trucks

Pos Name Points
1 captainbert 1142
2 heavy metal racing 1141
3 Mwsteinf 1137
4 phenomenon323 1136
5 1 mikes40 1135
6 lavalight 1134
7 lowmac300 1098
8 CHUCK L. HEAD 1088
9 okiewoman 1076
10 SPEEDBUMP57 1067
Complete Standings

P10 Select Camping World Trucks Series

2016 Champion: Heavy Metal Racing
2017 Champion: Kurtiskraft

Wk2 Atlanta - Active Pest Control 200: In a wild finish that saw Kyle Busch lose a wheel due to a botched pit stop, #16 Brett Moffitt got his second career Camping World Trucks win this week.
In P10 Trucks action it was Captainbert bringing home the gold in the top spot with a top score of 718 points for his first career win in just his second race ever in the series. With the win he vaults into the top spot in the standings to lead after 2 weeks. Second place finisher CHUCK L. HEADlowmac300 in third with 672 points.

Wk1 Daytona - NextEra Energy Resources 250: #21 Johnny Sauter was a popular pick in week 1 and he didn't disapoint capturing his second consecutive opening week race.
Lavalight captured her fifth career Trucks series race with a top score of 559 points. She has won a race in each of the last 4 seasons. Runner-Up spot goes to Heavy Metal Racing with 530 points followed by Mwsteinf in third with 524 points.

Welcome to the 2018 season of P10 Select Trucks Series. Kurtiskraft looks to defend her 1st P10 Trucks Series Championship but if history has much to say about it........well let's just say that in the eight year history of the series there has never been a repeat champion. Can she do it? Don't rule it out!!! The season's first race is Feb 16th.

1st-#16-Brett Moffitt
2nd-#18-Noah Gragson
3rd-#21-Johnny Sauter
4th-#41-Ben Rhodes
5th-#88-Matt Crafton
6th-#52-Stewart Friesen
7th-#13-Myatt Snider
8th-#97-Jesse Little
9th-#98-Grant Enfinger
10th-#20-Austin Dillon
11th-#75-Parker Kligerman
12th-#8-Joe Nemechek
13th-#51-Spencer Davis
14th-#25-Dalton Sargeant
15th-#22-Austin Wayne Self
16th-#7-Korbin Forrister
17th-#54-Bo LeMastus
18th-#02-Austin Hill
19th-#45-Justin Fontaine
20th-#2-Cody Coughlin
21st-#4-Kyle Busch
22nd-#24-Justin Haley
23rd-#49-Wendell Chavous
24th-#3-Jordan Anderson
25th-#15-Robby Lyons
26th-#10-Jennifer Jo Cobb
27th-#33-Josh Reaume
28th-#1-Clay Greenfield
29th-#6-Norm Benning
30th-#63-Akinori Ogata
31st-#0-Joey Gase
32nd-#83-Scott Stenzel
MLL-#4-Kyle Busch