The NASCAR Truck Series Championship is officially over with Sheldon Creed as the champion. However, the way he won the race was truly spectacular.
With three more rounds, everything seemed possible anywhere. Brett Moffitt is in the lead, with Grant Enfinger chasing him, and Creed down in ninth and Zane Smith in 12th.
There was a large line of vehicles in the lead group, so when the race started again, chaos happened. Before that, there was a warning after Dawson Cram shot. Cars went at least 6 or 7-wide into turns.
Apparently, this upset the entire Top-10 and the lead changed hands in the penultimate round. Things changed, however, and Creed barely appeared to take the lead in the final lap.
Rookie driver Zane Smith tried to be dexterous and chose to run at the end of the track. However, Creed held his stance and made a distance, and rushed off to win the race. While Sheldon Creed held the checkerboard, Zane Smith finished in an impressive second place.
Sheldon Creed opened his heart to his feelings after winning the NASCAR Truck Series
Speaking after the race, he confessed that during the last reboot, the only thing on his mind was that his teammates could win. According to Creed, the truck has been a bit loose on a few occasions, but caution has emerged and he has nothing to lose.
CAREFUL. WAS. OUT. 😧
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He say, “I’m proud of the reboots, week after week, and just restarting right there. They raced really hard, I drove this thing very hard, I wanted it to be bad. I have to thank Josh Wise, he has helped me a lot.
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Sheldon Creed also admitted that he almost turned around and threw it away at the last pass. In the end, he simply said that he drove as much as he could and in his heart he knew he had a chance.
Next season, Creed is expected to stay in the Truck Series, and he will definitely do his best to defend the title. Meanwhile, Zane Smith, Brett Moffitt and Grant Enfinger will have to try again in 2021.