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Hornaday Wins Second Straight In Vegas

Jim Pedley | Managing Editor, RacinToday.com Saturday, October 15 2011

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Kevin Harvick Ind. driver Ron Hornaday Jr. held off  Matt Crafton on Saturday and earned his second Camping World Truck Series victory in a row and the 51st of his career in the Smith’s 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Hornaday, 53, led 107 of the 146 laps and notched his first victory in 11 starts at Las Vegas. Crafton was second, Timothy Peters third, Johnny Sauter fourth and Todd Bodine fifth.

Points leader Austin Dillon and James Buescher, who were separated by three points in the standings going into the race, were involved in incidents and finished 17th and 21st, respectively. Dillon now has a five-point lead over Sauter. Buescher fell to third, seven points behind Dillon.

Jim Pedley | Managing Editor, RacinToday.com Saturday, October 15 2011
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