Preece will wait for the repeated victory of the Truck Series in Nashville

LEBANON, Tennessee (AP) – Ryan Preece won the Nashville Superspeedway for the second year in a row and gave David Gilliland Racing his second victory in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Friday night.

Preece fired forward in the last reboot, leaving nine laps to the end, holding back Ford colleague Zane Smith. Preece has only eight starts with the truck, winning both events of the series at the 1.33 mile oval. He also won the Xfinity series twice.

“I never like it’s that close, but hats off in front of DGR and this Ford F-150 Hunt Brothers,” Preece said. “I’m really happy. Scott Hunt and the Hunt Brothers and all of them are here tonight for this. We have a second (trophy) guitar. I may have to start a band.”

Cup driver Todd Gilliland won for his father’s team last week in Iowa at the Knoxville Raceway.

31-year-old Preece from Berlin, Connecticut is the reserve driver of the Stewart-Haas Racing team. He races in a limited time in the top three NASCAR series.

“I’m hunting for trophies,” Preece said. “That’s all I’m going to show.” But in my position, I think we all know that many partners are needed to create such opportunities. “

Preece received a $ 50,000 bonus in the Triple Truck Challenge. Nashville recorded the second of three races with a stimulus supported by Camping World. The program continues at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on July 9.

Third was Carson Hocevar, followed by Ty Majeski, Stewart Friesen, Christian Eckes, Tyler Ankrum, Max Gutierrez, John Hunter Nemechek and Matt Crafton. Gutierrez from Mexico recorded his second start in his career.

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