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NASCAR starting lineup: Ty Majeski earns pole position in qualifying for Worldwide Express 250

We’ve got updates as qualifying settles the starting lineup for Saturday’s Worldwide Express 250 at the Richmond Raceway.

Erik Jones, driver of the #20 Craftsman Toyota, leads a pack of cars during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway on September 21, 2019 in Richmond, Virginia. Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

Lineup update: The full starting lineup is listed at the bottom of the page.

Pole update: Ty Majeski claimed pole position for Saturday’s race. Corey Heim finished second in qualifying to join him on the front row. The first ten in the starting lineup is listed below. We’ll have the full starting lineup shortly.

Update: Qualifying is not on television and NASCAR.com is not providing updates as they usually do. We’ll update the full starting lineup as soon as we have more information.


NASCAR’s Truck Series closes out its regular season this weekend when the field races in the Worldwide Express 250 at Richmond Raceway. The green flag drops at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, but it is preceded with single-truck, two-lap qualifying on Friday. Qualifying gets started at 5:35 p.m. ET and will not air on TV. The race on Saturday will air on FS1.

Qualifying for the Truck Series will see the field of 38 drivers each run two laps on the track with no other trucks running. The fastest driver earns pole position, the second fastest joins the fastest on the front row, and it works through the rest of the field, with the slowest in the final position of the starting lineup.

Corey Heim heads into qualifying as the favorite to win the race at DraftKings Sportsbook with +275 odds. He leads the series points race and his two wins are tied with five other drivers for the series lead. He hasn’t mathematically clinched the regular season title, but with a 42 point lead on Zane Smith, he’s all but assured of winning the regular season title. Smith follows him on the odds list with +450 odds to win on Saturday.

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

2023 Worldwide Express 250 starting lineup

Pos. Driver Truck #
Pos. Driver Truck #
1 Ty Majeski 98
2 Corey Heim 11
3 William Sawalich 1
4 Ben Rhodes 99
5 Matt Mills 51
6 Christian Eckes 19
7 Tanner Gray 15
8 Matt Crafton 88
9 Chase Purdy 4
10 Matt DiBenedetto 25
11 Bayley Currey 41
12 Jake Garcia 35
13 Grant Enfinger 23
14 Nick Sanchez 2
15 Zane Smith 38
16 Rajah Caruth 24
17 Daniel Dye 43
18 Carson Hocevar 42
19 Taylor Gray 17
20 Dean Thompson 5
21 Tyler Ankrum 16
22 Lawless Alan 45
23 Stewart Friesen 52
24 Conner Jones 66
25 Hailie Deegan 13
26 Bret Holmes 32
27 Colby Howard 9
28 Ryan Vargas 30
29 Will Rodgers 02
30 Timmy Hill 56
31 Derek Lemke 33
32 Spencer Boyd 12
33 Mason Massey 20
34 Christian Rose 22
35 Josh Reaume 34
36 Jerry Bohlman 46
DNQ Justin S. Carroll 90
DNQ Trey Hutchens 14