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NASCAR starting lineup: Carson Hocevar secures pole position for DoorDash 250 Truck race at Sonoma

We’ve got the full racing order for Saturday’s DoorDash 250 truck race as qualifying wraps.

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UPDATE: Carson Hocevar claimed the pole position for Saturday’s truck race. The full starting lineup will be listed below.

Update: We have our 10 drivers who have advanced to the final round of qualifying. John Hunter Nemechek, Ty Majeski, Tyler Ankrum, Hailie Deegan, and Stewart Friesen all qualified from Group A while Carson Hocevar, Kyle Busch, Alex Bowman, Ross Chastain, and Grant Enfinger qualified from Group B.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads to Sonoma, California for the first time in two decades. The DoorDash 250 will run on Saturday, June 11th at 7:30 p.m. ET. Ahead of the race, qualifying will start at 1 p.m. ET and will air on FS1. TV coverage for qualifying won’t begin until 2 p.m. ET.

The DoorDash 250 will be a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Saturday, June 11th. A truck race hasn’t been held at the Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California since 1998. Some of the participants in this weekend’s race weren’t even born when the Truck Series last ran in Sonoma. Ahead of the race starting at 7:30 p.m. ET, qualifying will take place at 1 p.m. ET. Qualifying will air on FS1, but TV coverage won’t start until 2 p.m. ET.

The DoorDash 250 at the Sonoma Raceway will be a road course and will utilize road course qualifying. There will be a 20-minute warm-up and practice session and the drivers will then be split into two groups. The drivers in Group A will then run a 15-minute qualifying round with the top-five drivers advancing to the final round of qualifying.

The drivers in Group B will then have their 15-minute qualifying round to establish their fastest lap. The five fastest drivers from this group will advance to the final round of qualifying. The 10 remaining drivers will have another 10-minute qualifying session to establish their fastest lap time. The fastest driver will win pole position as the rest of the field is set.

At DraftKings Sportsbook, Kyle Busch has +200 odds to win the DoorDash 250 on Saturday. He is followed by Ross Chastain (+500), John Hunter Nemechek (+800), Alex Bowman (+800) and Zane Smith (+800) for the drivers with the best odds to take the checkered flag. Corey Heim won last week’s Toyota 200 but isn’t currently expected to race this weekend due to his part-time status.

Here is the full field for Saturday’s DoorDash 250 truck race. We’ll update this with results until the pole position and full starting lineup are determined.

2022 DoorDash 250 Starting Lineup

Pos. Driver Car #
Pos. Driver Car #
1 Carson Hocevar 42
2 Ross Chastain 41
3 Kyle Busch 51
4 Ty Majeski 66
5 Tyler Ankrum 16
6 Alex Bowman 7
7 John Hunter Nemechek 4
8 Grant Enfinger 23
9 Hailie Deegan 1
10 Stewart Friesen 52
11 Parker Kligerman 75
12 Matt DiBenedetto 25
13 Zane Smith 38
14 Chandler Smith 18
15 Derek Kraus 19
16 Austin Dillon 20
17 Ben Rhodes 99
18 Christian Eckes 98
19 Lawless Alan 45
20 Kaz Grala 2
21 Timmy Hill 56
22 Colby Howard 91
23 Harrison Burton 17
24 Matt Crafton 88
25 Chase Purdy 61
26 Josh Bilicki 30
27 Tanner Gray 15
28 Jack Wood 24
29 Blaine Perkins 9
30 Kris Wright 44
31 Todd Bodine 62
32 Brad Perez 43
33 Dean Thompson 40
34 Jade Buford 33
35 Stefan Parsons 46
36 Spencer Boyd 12