In a race plagued with late race cautions, it was Ryan Truex behind the wheel of his No. 00 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota who raced his way to the checkered flag in the New Hampshire 125 sweeping both series races at “The Magic Mile.”
Truex lost the lead with 15 laps to go but when the No. 38 of Allen Tardiff and No. 07 of Corey LaJoie got into each other he took the lead and found his way to victory lane for the second straight time this season.
“I think we definitely had the best car here today, and the best car won,” said Truex. “I really do have to give all the credit to my guys. They’re at the shop everyday working on both the East and Nationwide rides.”
Pole sitter Brett Moffitt piloted his No. 20 Game Plan for Life Toyota to a second place finish.
The No. 30 of Jeff Anton finished third behind the wheel of his East Coast Surfacing Chevrolet.
Ryan Truex leaves NHMS as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East point’s leader going into the last race of the season next weekend in Dover.
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