LUCAS OIL 150 - GANDER OUTDOORS TRUCK SERIES
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Lucas Oil 150 - Gander Outdoors Truck Series Tickets
Location: Avondale, Ariz.
Venue: Phoenix Raceway
Sport: NASCAR Truck Racing
Series: Gander Outdoors Truck Series
Notable Past Winners: Erik Jones, Clint Bowyer, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch
Lucas Oil 150 TicketsThe Lucas Oil 150 is a 150-lap truck race held each fall since 1995 at Phoenix Raceway. This year, for the first time, Phoenix Raceway will host NASCAR's Championship Weekend. Races at Phoenix will determine champions for all three major NASCAR series, including the Gander Outdoor Trucks Series. The Lucas Oil 150 race is run in three stages. The first two stages are 45 laps each. Stage 3 is 60 laps and completes the race. Mike Skinner won the inaugural Lucas Oil 150 in 1995. Kevin Harvick, with four wins, is the all-time leader in Truck series race wins at Phoenix. Harvick's wins came in pairs, as he won back-to-back in 2002-03 and 2008-09. Erik Jones also owns two straight Phoenix wins in 2013-14. Chevrolet leads all manufacturers with 11 Lucas Oil 150 wins. Toyota has won this race eight times. Crowning a champion in Phoenix is a historic event true NASCAR fans will not want to miss. Grab your tickets at StubHub and come see the drama in the desert.
How big is Phoenix Raceway?Phoenix Raceway is a 1-mile track built in a tri-oval configuration. Its frontstretch has a pronounced "dogleg" bend that juts out toward the grandstand. It is progressively banked at 8-9 degrees in Turns 1 and 2. Turns 3 and 4 are banked at 10-11 degrees. The dogleg section is also banked at 10-11 degrees. Jimmie Johnson holds the track qualifying record 143.158 mph. At that pace, Johnson circled the 1-mile track in just 25.147 seconds. William Byron set the Lucas Oil 150 race qualifying record with a lap of 138.254 mph in 2016.
Who won the 2019 Lucas Oil 150?Stewart Friesen held off Brandon Jones by 0.860 seconds to win the 2019 Lucas Oil 150. He started second and led 44 of the event's 100 laps. Chandler Smith, Ben Rhodes and Grant Enfinger completed the top five finishers. The race saw nine lead changes among seven drivers. NASCAR scoring loops recorded 912 passes under green flag racing. 7.6 positions changed during each lap run under the green flag.
Who are the leading Lucas Oil 150 drivers?Over the past five years, Friesen, Brett Moffitt, Johnny Sauter, Daniel Suarez and Timothy Peters have won the Lucas Oil 150. Enfinger and Friesen finished fourth and fifth, respectively, in 2018. Friesen also finished sixth in 2017. Sauter finished just 0.510 seconds behind Suarez in 2016, while Peters came in fifth in that race. John Hunter Nemechek turned in top-10 finishes in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
How does the Lucas Oil 150 determine the Gander Outdoors Truck Series champion?As the culmination of the Truck Series Playoffs, four drivers will start the Lucas Oil 150 with a chance to win the season championship. The drivers will be determined by a series of elimination rounds. The Lucas Oil 150 is a winner-take-all race. The highest finishing driver among the four contenders wins the Gander Outdoors Truck Series Championship.
Have other Lucas Oil 150 winners gone on to win the Truck Series championship?Brett Moffitt won the Lucas Oil 150 on the way to his 2018 Truck Series championship.
Where can I get tickets to the Lucas Oil 150?The Lucas Oil 150 kicks off an unforgettable weekend of championship racing in Phoenix on Friday, November 6th. Along with the Gander Outdoors Truck Series, the NASCAR XFINITY Series and Cup Series will also crown their champions on succeeding days. The Desert Diamond West Valley Casino 200 will determine the XFINITY Series champion. The NASCAR Cup Series championship race will wrap up the weekend and the season on Sunday. StubHub is your best resource for tickets to the Lucas Oil 150 and the entire Championship Weekend in Phoenix.
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