Necedah's Sauter finishes 12th in truck race in AtlantaWisconsin Sports
-- Pole-sitter Ty Dillon picked up his first Camping World Truck Series victory Friday night at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
ATLANTA - Pole-sitter Ty Dillon picked up his first Camping World Truck Series victory Friday night at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Dillon is the rookie brother of Austin Dillon. Kyle Busch scraped the wall near the end of the Grit Chips 200 and finished second.
Necedah’s Johnny Sauter was the only Wisconsin driver in the field and he finished twelfth. Sauter is also twelfth in the truck series standings.
Tony Stewart says he and Matt Kenseth have cleared the air after last week’s helmet-tossing incident. Stewart fired his helmet at the Wisconsin driver’s car after they had an on-track run-in. Stewart says the two talked it out yesterday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. It was a good day for Stewart, because he also claimed the pole position for tomorrow AdvoCare 500. Points leader Greg Biffle starts second. Kenseth, who is fourth in the standings, will start fourth in tomorrow night’s race. Eau Claire driver Paul Menard starts 18th and Janesville’s Travis Kvapil starts 41st.