SPARTA, KY. - World renown “master of the restart” Ron Hornaday, Jr., struck in the “Built Ford Tough 225 Presented by the Greater Cincinnati Ford Dealers” earned his third straight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory and second at Kentucky Speedway tonight by 0.136 of a second over Mike Skinner.
Hornaday, Jr., becomes the first repeat NCWTS race winner in track history and maintains control of the lead in the championship standings. He has taken four wins and a total of seven top-five and 10th top-10 finishes in his No. 33 Longhorn Chevrolet this season.
Skinner nailed down his fifth top-five and ninth top-10 finish of the season. He has earned a 2007 win and a total of three top-five and four top-10 finishes in seven Kentucky Speedway NCWTS starts.
Matt Crafton claimed third-place in the No. 88 Menards Chevrolet, Timothy Peters was fourth in the No. 17 Strutmasters Toyota and Aric Almirola took fifth in the No. 15 Red Top Auto Auction Toyota.