The 2023 NASCAR Truck Series wraps up on Friday with a champion crowned at the Craftsman 150. Corey Heim, Carson Hocevar, Ben Rhodes, and Grant Enfinger are the four finalists competing with the rest of the field at Phoenix Raceway.
The green flag drops for the race at 10 p.m. ET and it will air on FS1. A live stream will be accessible at Fox Sports Live and through the Fox Sports app. The race is 150 laps and should last a little under 1:45.
Heim and Hocevar head into Friday’s qualifying and race as +225 co-favorites at DraftKings Sportsbook. Fellow finalist Grant Enfinger is next at +600 and then non-playoff driver Zane Smith follows at +850. Rhodes is tied with non-playoff drivers Ty Majeski and Christian Eckes at +900 to win. It’s a sizable drop from there to Nick Sanchez at +3000. Two of the last three winners of this race claimed the season-ending title as well.
Hocevar enters the race with the season lead in total wins with four. Heim and Enfinger follow with three, which is tied with Eckes. Rhodes has one win. Heim leads the pack with 12 top five finishes and 19 top ten finishes. Enfinger is the only one of the four remaining playoff drivers who does not have a DNF on his resume this season.
How to watch the Craftsman 150
Live streaming the Craftsman 150 on FS1 will require a cable login. If you don’t have a cable login to access the Fox Sports app, you can try out YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the race.
2023 Craftsman 150 qualifying results