MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Ron Hornaday Jr. took home his second straight Elvis trophy with an overpowering victory Saturday in the Camping World Truck Series race at Memphis Motorsports Park.
Hornaday led 175 of 201 laps on the .75-mile track. The driver of the Kevin Harvick Inc. Chevrolet had a commanding lead over Brian Scott’s Toyota before a late-race caution forced a green-white-checkered finish. Hornaday pulled away on the final restart and won by .653 seconds over Scott.
It was the second straight week Hornaday has led almost from start to finish. He led 180 of 200 laps at Milwaukee, where he took the points lead. Hornaday expanded it to 76 over Matt Crafton at Memphis with his third victory of the season and 42nd of his career, tops in the history of the series.
Top 10 leaders after 11 of 25: 1. Hornaday-1,713, 2. Crafton-1,637, 3. Skinner-1,579, 4. Bodine-1,564, 5. Starr-1,482, 6. Scott-1,468, 7. Malsam-1,418, 8. Cook-1,415, 9. Crawford-1,397, 10. Braun-1,381.