Camping World Truck Series Alpha Energy Solutions 250

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Race: Alpha Energy Solutions 250

Place: Martinsville Speedway

Date and Time: Saturday, April 2 at 2:30 p.m. ET

Tune-in: FS1, MRN, SiriusXM Ch. 90

Distance: 131.5 miles (250 laps)

What To Watch For: Current standings runner-up Daniel Hemric  said, “We legitimately feel like there’s a range from 12-15 trucks, that depending on the race track, could win the race.” … Kyle Busch Motorsports, ThorSport Racing and GMS Racing each have four trucks entered in Saturday’s Alpha Energy Solutions 250. Some of their notables include 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch, NSCS standout Kyle Larson and current NASCAR XFINITY Series standings leader Daniel Suárez … Sisters Paige and Claire Decker, along with their cousin Natalie Decker, are entered in Saturday’s race. Only one pair of sisters has competed in a NASCAR national series race – Amber and Angela Cope. … Kaz Grala, a standout for Ben Kennedy Racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, makes his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut. … After visiting Victory Lane at Martinsville last fall, Matt Crafton tries to earn his second straight grandfather clock.

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