2010 Camping World Truck Series Champion Todd Bodine, driver of the #30 Germain Racing Toyota, poses with the Champions trophy prior to the NASCAR Nationwide/Camping World Truck Series Banquet at Loews Miami Beach Hotel on November 22, 2010 in Miami, Florida. (November 21, 2010 - Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images North America)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Ford 200 Preview

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Laps: 134
Miles: 201
Track: 1.5 mile Oval
Qualifying; Friday, 4:30 pm EST on SPEED
2010 polesitter: Austin Dillon
2010 winner: Kyle Busch
2010 champion: Todd Bodine

Last race of the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. On Friday night, the trucks take to the 1.5 mile oval of Homestead-Miami Speedway in the sunshine state for the Ford 200. The series only races here for the last race of the season. Sort of a treat to end the season in warmth.

Last year, Austin Dillon captured his first pole in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, while Kyle Busch ran away from Ron Hornaday after a restart with four laps to go. Busch would win the race by 0.577 seconds over the 2009 NASCAR Camping World Series champion.  The win would get Kyle Busch Motorsports their first owner’s championship, and they would become the first team to win it in their first year of being an organization. With Todd Bodine finishing fourth, he would capture his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship.

All eyes will be on the trucks racing on Friday night. There is a tight battle for the championship again this year. Austin Dillon currently leads Johnny Sauter by 20 points and James Buescher by 28.  Anyone could be crowned the champion after 201 miles.

Live coverage for the Ford 200 from Homestead-Miami Speedway will begin at 7:30pm EST with the NCWTS Setup on SPEED.  Who do you think will win the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championship? My pick is on Austin Dillon.

Entry List:

Veh # Driver Owner Crew Chief Veh Mfg Sponsor
1 2 Kevin Harvick(i) Delana Harvick Chris Carrier 11 Chevrolet Hunt Brothers Pizza
2 3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Danny Stockman Jr 11 Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
3 4 Ricky Carmichael Steve Turner Doug George 11 Chevrolet Monster Energy
4 5 Todd Bodine David Dollar Michael Hillman Jr 11 Toyota International Trucks - Monaco RV's
5 6 Justin Lofton Eddie Sharp Daniel Bormann 10 Chevrolet Collegecomplete.com
6 7 Miguel Paludo Tom Deloach Rick Gay Jr 11 Toyota Stop Diabetes
7 07 Butch Miller Ken Smith Troy Smith 11 Toyota ASI Limited
8 8 Nelson Piquet Jr Delana Harvick Chris Carrier 11 Chevrolet No. 8 Piquet Realty Chevrolet Silverado
9 9 Max Papis Bob Germain Randy Goss 11 Toyota No. 9 GEICO Toyota
10 109 Bryan Silas(i) Chris Baluch Cal Boprey 11 Ford Rockingham Speedway
11 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb(i) Jennifer Jo Cobb Steve Kuykendall 10 Dodge DrivenMale.com
12 13 Johnny Sauter Mike Curb Joe Shear 11 Chevrolet Safe Auto-Curb Records
13 214 Brennan Newberry Bob Newberry Dan Deeringhoff 11 Chevrolet TBD
14 15 Dusty Davis Billy Ballew Doug Howe 11 Toyota TBA
15 17 Timothy Peters Tom Deloach Butch Hylton 11 Toyota Tire Kingdom / Service Central
16 18 Denny Hamlin(i) Kyle Busch Eric Phillips 11 Toyota Dollar General / DIRECTV
17 121 Ty Dillon Delana Harvick Scott Naset 11 Chevrolet TBA
18 22 Joey Coulter Pete Raymer Harold Holly 11 Chevrolet RCR Graphics Center
19 23 Jason White Steve Urvan Chad Kendrick 11 Chevrolet Gunbroker.com
20 124 Elliott Sadler(i) Joe Denette Jeff Hensley 11 Chevrolet AM-FM Energy
21 127 Dennis Setzer(i) Susan Bates Timothy Brown 11 Chevrolet RSS Racing
22 29 Parker Kligerman Brad Keselowski Jeff Stankiewicz 11 Dodge Cooper Standard
23 31 James Buescher Steve Turner Michael Shelton 11 Chevrolet TBA
24 32 Blake Feese Steve Turner Mark Rette 11 Chevrolet TBA
25 33 Ron Hornaday Jr Delana Harvick Eddie Troconis Ortiz 11 Chevrolet OneMain Financial
26 138 Mike Garvey Pam Sieg Tony Wilson 11 Chevrolet RSS Racing
27 39 Ryan Sieg Susan Bates Rod Sieg 11 Chevrolet RSS RACING
28 45 Tim George Jr(i) Eddie Sharp Gere Kennon 11 Chevrolet Applebee's-Potomac Dining Group
29 151 German Quiroga Kyle Busch Rick Ren II 11 Toyota TELCEL Toyota
30 57 Norm Benning Norm Benning James Dugger 11 Chevrolet TBA
31 60 Cole Whitt Vickie Compton Marcus Richmond II 11 Chevrolet Fuel Doctor/Red Bull
32 62 Brendan Gaughan Rick Ware Bryan Berry 11 Toyota International Trucks/Monaco RV's
33 66 Max Gresham Stacy Compton Trip Bruce III 11 Chevrolet MattyBRaps.com / Gresham Motorsports Park
34 168 Clay Greenfield Bill Alger Tim Walter 10 Dodge Anave Weight Loss
35 170 Jeff Agnew Edward Asbury Doug Weddle 10 Chevrolet TBA
36 174 Mike Harmon(i) Mike Harmon Daniel Kolanda 11 Chevrolet Racing for Marissa
37 176 Derek White Ray Hackett Bobby Burrell 11 Ford Three Feathers Casino
38 81 David Starr Bobby Dotter Jason Miller 11 Toyota Zachry
39 88 Matt Crafton Rhonda Thorson Vance Haefele 11 Chevrolet Menards
40 93 Brent Raymer Pam Sieg Kris Nicholson 11 Chevrolet RSS RACING
41 98 Dakoda Armstrong Duke Thorson Daniel Stillman 11 Chevrolet Ferrellgas-Agrisure
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Tags: Austin Dillon Homestead-Miami Speedway James Buescher Johnny Sauter Kyle Busch NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Todd Bodine

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