The High Line – Craftsman Truck Series – Baptist Health Cancer Care 200 – Homestead-Miami Speedway – October 21, 2023

Top Drivers

Nick Sanchez ($9,300), Starting on the Pole

Nick Sanchez Is Determined To Learn Championship Ways From Kyle Busch

Starting on the pole, Sanchez could have history on his side despite never running at this track before. Last year the two trucks that started on the front row of this race (Ben Rhodes, Ryan Preece) combined to lead 39 laps with Rhodes leading 37 of them. The year before Kyle Busch (82 laps led) and Austin Hill (29) led the majority of the laps from the front row. Sanchez is in a good spot to dominate early.

Carson Hocevar ($10,300), Starting 2nd

Hocevar will start alongside Sanchez on the front row and will be looking for his fourth win of the season. Carson has led 32 or more laps on five seperate occasions this season. Hocevar finished 12th after starting 22nd in his only race here at Homestead. Look for him to challenge Sanchez early.

Ben Rhodes ($9,600), Starting 21st

Rhodes, a driver who has dominated here in the past will be on the opposite side of the coin here as he’ll have to work himself up from 21st to do so again. Rhodes has an average finish of 14th here in six races with two top-10’s. He should be a trendy P.D. play.

Also Consider:

Trevor Bayne ($8,500), Starting 32nd

  • Very popular place differential play but also very “safe”.

Matt Crafton ($8,300), Starting 22nd

  • Crafton has always been good here with an average finish of 10th in 21 career races with a win and 13 top-10’s as well as four top-five’s.

Grant Enfinger ($9,800), Starting 3rd

Tyler Ankrum ($7,100), Starting 16th

Lawless Alan ($5,800), Starting 23rd

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