Post-Race Reactions: Lucas Oil 150
Bowyer, Hornaday, Sauter and Dillon comment on their finishes in Phoenix.
Full schedule for Phoenix tripleheader
Get the on-track times for the weekend's NASCAR action RELATED: Follow your picks in the Chase Battle Grid Presented by Toyota All times ET COMPLETE TV LISTINGS / BUY TICKETS FOR PHOENIX / WEEKEND TRACK EVENTS This week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series , NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series head to Phoenix International Raceway. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9: PRE-RACE SCHEDULE -- 1:00:00: NSCS Driver/Crew Chief Meeting -- 1:30:00: Drivers Introductions -- 3:02:00: Intro Presentation of Colors: Luke Air Force Base -- 3:02:20: Moment of Silence for Veterans & Invocation: Ken Bowers, PIR Chaplain -- 3:02:45: Intro National Anthem (Unfurl Large American Flag in Turn 2 by National Guard) -- 3:03:00: National Anthem: Hayley Orrantia -- 3:04:20: Fly-By TOT: (2) F-16s from Luke Air Force Base (Turn 4 to Turn 1) -- 3:09:30: Driver's, Start Your Engines: U.S. Army Veteran and Purple Heart Recipient, Andrew Lotts -- 3:17:00: Green Flag: Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 (312 laps, 312 miles) ON TRACK -- 3 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 (312 laps, 312 miles), ESPN ( Follow live ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 6:15 p.m.: NSCS Post Race Press Conference THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6: ON TRACK -- 3-3:55 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice ( Get results ) -- 5:30-7 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series final practice ( Get results ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 4:30 p.m.: Erik Jones and Kyle Busch Motorsports announcement ( Watch video ) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7: ON TRACK -- noon-1:20 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 1:30-3 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 3:10-4:20 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series final practice, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 4:45 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Keystone Light Pole Qualifying, FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) -- 6:45 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying, ESPN2 ( Get results ) -- 8:30 p.m.: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Lucas Oil 150 ( 150 laps, 150 miles), FOX Sports 1 ( Get results ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 11:15 a.m.: Kyle Larson -- 11:30 a.m.: Aric Almirola -- noon: Joey Logano -- 12:15 p.m.: Ryan Newman -- 12:30 p.m.: Matt Kenseth -- 12:45 p.m.: Jimmie Johnson -- 1 p.m.: Kevin Harvick -- 3:15 p.m.: Carl Edwards -- 4:30 p.m.: Jeff Gordon -- 7:45 p.m.: NSCS Post Qualifying Press Conference, plus Brad Keselowski (if not in top three) -- 10:45 p.m.: NCWTS Post Race Press Conference GARAGECAM PRESENTED BY MOBIL 1 ( Watch live ) -- 11:30 a.m.: Nationwide Series -- 1 p.m.: Sprint Cup Series SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8: ON TRACK -- 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, FOX Sports 2 ( Get results ) -- 12:45 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying, FOX Sports 2 ( Get results ) -- 2:30-3:20 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final practice, FOX Sports 2 ( Get results ) -- 4 p.m.: NASCAR Nationwide Series DAV 200 - Honoring America's Veterans (200 laps, 200 miles), ESPN ( Get results ) PRESS CONFERENCES ( Watch live ) -- 6:15 p.m.: NNS Post Race Press Conference MORE: READ: Latest Chase news PLAY: Monitor your Chase Grid Game picks WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView
Gallagher, Peters spin in Phoenix
Spencer Gallagher and Timothy Peters spin in Phoenix at Lap 26 during the Lucas Oil 150 .
Final Laps: Great Scott!
Brian Scott holds off Kyle Larson in the final laps to win the Lucas Oil 150 in Phoenix.
Hornish spin collects Allgaier
Sam Hornish Jr. spins off Turn 2, collecting Chase driver Justin Allgaier, who had nowhere to go at Kentucky Speedway.
What it's like to be a NASCAR pace car driver
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Lucas Oil 225 postponed until Saturday night
Chicagoland Truck Series race will be run at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 2 JOLIET, Ill. -- Friday night's Lucas Oil 225 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race was postponed by rain. The race, stop No. 15 of 22 for the series, was moved to Saturday evening at 7 p.m. ET, broadcast on FOX Sports 2. Showers which hit the Joliet area earlier in the day washed out Truck Series qualifying, as well as qualifying for Sprint Cup teams and practice for the Nationwide Series. Sprint Cup teams were able to complete their one scheduled practice without interruption. Truck Series teams completed two practices sessions Thursday, allowing NASCAR officials to determine Saturday night's starting lineup based on combined speeds. Points leader Johnny Sauter will start on the pole, with Brennan Newberry in the No. 2 spot. Jeb Burton, former series champion Austin Dillon and Ryan Blaney round out the top five. Earlier this year, two Truck Series events (at Martinsville, Va., and Bristol, Tenn.) were run a day later than originally scheduled due to inclement weather. MORE: READ: Latest NASCAR news WATCH: Latest NASCAR video PLAY: NASCAR Fantasy Live FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Cameron Hayley tops Truck practice at Phoenix
RELATED: Practice 1 results The No. 13 of Cameron Hayley topped practice on Thursday at Phoenix International Raceway , posting a fastest lap of 137.447 mph. Next was the No. 4 of Erik Jones , the current NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points leader who had a quickest lap of 137.007 mph. Rounding out the top three was Brandon Jones, who circled the 1-mile track in his No. 33 Chevrolet with a quick lap of 136.214 mph. William Byron, who is making his series debut this weekend at Phoenix, finished fourth-fastest (136.065 mph) in his No. 9 Toyota. The No. 88 Toyota of two-time series champ Matt Crafton (136.039 mph) and the No. 51 Toyota of Daniel Suarez (135.967 mph) were fifth and sixth, respectively. On-track action picks back up for the series on Friday for the Keystone Light Qualifying at 12:45 p.m. ET. (FS1).
Final Laps: Lucas Oil 200
Kyle Busch holds off Matt Crafton to win the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.
2013 champ Hudson snags first win of season
Tyler Hudson made his first visit to Victory Lane in the 2016 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series at Darlington Raceway Tuesday night, holding-off Taylor Hurst ( Aero Precision Chassiswerks ) and Brad Davies on the race's final run. Hudson, the 2013 series champion, had found limited success by his standards in 2016 with only a single top five to his name through the first 13 races. Hudson took the lead for the final time on Lap 150 after completing of the final pit cycle of the race. He then ran steady, consistent lap times over the final 33 laps to earn his first trip to the winner’s circle in three years, pulling away from the rest of the field -- including PJ Stergios ( ineX Racing ) who looked dominant early in the race. Stergios seemed to lack long-run speed and fell to fourth on the final run. He was followed across the finish line by brother Jake Stergios in fifth. Championship contenders Ray Alfalla ( Slip Angle Motorsports ) and PJ Stergios shared the front row with Alfalla getting the jump from pole position at the green flag. Alfalla and Stergios quickly built a gap on the field only for a caution flag to wave on Lap 13 for a crash near the back of the field. The caution drew the leaders to pit road for tires and fuel where Alfalla made an uncharacteristic mistake by stopping too short in his pit box. The error cost him seven positions, allowing Stergios through to the lead; Alfalla would not lead another lap in the race. Stergios made the most of the situation by leading 83 of 183 laps, but Hurst also looked strong and reeled-in the ineX Ford Fusion before pitting on Lap 51. Stergios made his stop on Lap 57 which gave Hurst, thanks to his fresh tires, a 12-second gap on the former race leader once the two returned to the track. Even with the tire disadvantage and a quickly closing Stergios, Hurst was able to hold the lead until his next pit stop on Lap 84. Stergios once again inherited the lead and before he could hit pit road again, a caution waved on Lap 94 for a crash involving Robin Williams and Bryan Blackford. The biggest loser among the leaders was Alfalla, who pitted early in the cycle and was trapped a lap down when the caution flew. He took the wave around to regain the lap lost, albeit on older tires. When the race went green again, Stergios led from Hudson and looked to capitalize on Alfalla's misfortune while Hurst was trying to regain the track position he lost as the result of pitting under green. As the run wore on, Stergios was unable to get away from the field as he had earlier in the race. Initially, Hudson and Hurst matched his lap times but, as the laps added up and the tires wore down, they began closing on the leader with Hudson's iAnalyze Racing Fusion passing Stergios for the lead on Lap 125. Then, Hudson made the winning move in the pits, gaining valuable time on Stergios while also enjoying the advantage of clean air. Stergios could never find the speed he had earlier in the race and faded as Hudson asserted himself when it mattered most. Not all was lost for Stergios, however. Alfalla’s troubles caused him to finish a disappointing fourteenth, all but erasing his points lead with two races remaining. Alfalla now leads Stergios by only four points, setting the stage for a thrilling battle in the weeks to come. Jake Stergios is third in the standings ahead of Chris Overland and Dylan Duval ( The TEAM ), who holds fifth by a single point over teammate Kenny Humpe. With the championship picture tightening once again the series heads to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the penultimate race of 2016. The NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series has not visited New Hampshire since 2014, but both Stergios and Alfalla have had success on the Magic Mile in the past. Stergios finished fifth in 2014 while Alfalla finished second in 2012 and third in 2013. Who can avoid trouble on the slow, flat corners of NHMS? Who will enter Homestead in the best position to win the 2016 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series title? Find out in two weeks on iRacingLive !