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Matt Crafton wins fuel mileage race at Kansas

The Toyota Tundra 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway near Kansas City, Kan., on Friday night turned into a fuel-mileage race at the end after the fourth and final yellow flag waved with just under 60 laps to go. Reigning Truck Series champion Matt Crafton won out in the fuel endurance race as trucks previously in front of him ran out of fuel in the closing laps.

“I’d rather be lucky than good some days, and we were lucky today,” Crafton said.

Ryan Newman, the lone NASCAR Sprint Cup Series star in the race, finished second. Crafton’s ThorSport Racing teammate Johnny Sauter was third. Timothy Peters fourth and Cameron Hayley rounded out the top-five.

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