NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Review: Kansas Speedway

May 15 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Review: Kansas Speedway

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (May 15, 2017) – The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) raced under the lights at Kansas Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.) over the weekend. MDM Motorsports driver, Travis Miller, finished 25th after suffering mechanical issues that resulted in an early exit for the No. 99 team.


Miller, who made his Kansas Speedway debut, started the race from the 17th position. After gaining spots throughout the first 30 laps, the No. 99 MDM Motorsports Chevy Silverado stalled on lap 30 and was scored 27th at the end of Stage 1. Miller worked his way through the field in Stage 2, finishing 18th, but the bad luck would soon continue. In Stage 3, Miller spun in turn two bringing out the ninth caution in the Toyota Tundra 250. Ultimately, mechanical issues forced the team to the garage on lap 109 relegating the No. 99 machine to a 25th place finish.


”It was a tough day for the MDM Motorsports team today,” said Miller. “The guys brought a fast truck to the track today but things just didn’t go our way. It wasn’t the best weekend for us, but I’m looking forward to watching this team continue to grow and develop.”


MDM Motorsports has two top-10 finishes in NCWTS competition in three races this season and currently sits 17th in the Owner Points standings. The team will compete next weekend, May 19, at Charlotte Motor Speedway (N.C.) with driver, Brandon Jones.


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