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How the race order will be set for Saturday’s Baptist Health 200 Truck Series race

NASCAR’s Truck Series is back for its third race of the restarted season, on Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. We’ve got a look at how race order is being determined for the Baptist Health 200.

Austin Hill, driver of the #16 Chiba Toyopet Toyota, leads the field during a restart for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 15, 2019 in Homestead, Florida. Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images

The NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series will have its third race of the restarted season Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The Baptist Health 200 will air on FS1 and take place at Homestead-Miami Speedway following the NASCAR Xfinity Series Hooter’s 250. It will be the third and final race of the weekend at the track.

Grant Enfinger won the last race in the series last weekend. He finished first at the Vet Tix Camping World 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Despite being the only driver with multiple wins (2) this season, he ranks third in the standings.

NASCAR will not hold traditional qualifying runs through the Talladega races June 20th and 21st. To cut down on events and attempt to protect health and safety, the Cup, Xfinity, and Truck Series are using random draws connected to points standings. The Truck Series will use a similar process to the Cup Series, drawing randomly from three groups to figure out spots 1-10, 11-21, and 22-32. Here is how the starting grid was determined for Satruday.

  • Positions 1-10: Random draw of teams in those positions in owner points
  • Positions 11-21: Random draw of teams in those positions in owner points
  • Positions 22-32: Random draw of teams in those positions in owner points
  • Any vehicles that are eligible for the Event in position 33rd – 40th will be assigned starting positions based on their order of eligibility.

Austin Hill is the pole sitter and ranks first in the standings with 163 points. He finished second in the Vet Tix Camping World 200 and has the third best odds (+1200) to win this weekend on DraftKings Sportsbook. Kyle Busch is the favorite at -143 and will be starting in second. He has one win under his belt this season and has a good chance to get a second.

Here’s what the rest of the field looks like.

2020 Baptist Health 200 starting order

Pos Driver Car
Pos Driver Car
1 Austin Hill 16
2 Kyle Busch 51
3 Grant Enfinger 98
4 Christian Eckes 18
5 Ben Rhodes 99
6 Zane Smith 21
7 Derek Kraus 19
8 Sheldon Creed 2
9 Brett Moffitt 23
10 Johnny Sauter 13
11 Tyler Ankrum 26
12 Codie Rohrbaugh 9
13 Matt Crafton 88
14 Raphael Lessard 4
15 Ross Chastain 44
16 Chase Elliott 24
17 T.J. Bell 40
18 Todd Gilliland 38
19 Stewart Friesen 52
20 Tanner Gray 15
21 Ty Majeski 45
22 Gray Gaulding 33
23 Korbin Forrister 7
24 Cory Roper 4
25 Jordan Anderson 3
26 Brennan Poole 30
27 Tyler Hill 56
28 Spencer Boyd 20
29 Tate Fogleman 2
30 Angela Ruch 00
31 Austin Wayne Self 22
32 Spencer Davis 11
33 Clay Greenfield 68
34 Jennifer Jo Cobb 10
35 Bayley Currey 74
36 Norm Benning 6
37 Dawson Cram 55
38 Bryant Barnhill 34
39 Tim Viens 3