Daytona Camping World Truck Series lineup

first_img2598Johnny SauterCarolina Nut Co./Curb Records Toyota51.793173.769 1562Brendan GaughanSouth Point Chevrolet51.293175.463 1018Joey CoulterGunbroker.com Toyota51.205175.764 2613Todd BodineThorsport Racing Toyota51.802173.738 930Ryan Truex #Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet51.196175.795 1619Ross ChastainNational Watermelon Association Ford51.406175.077 3481David StarrBYF/Chasco Contractors ToyotaOwner Points 651Kyle Busch(i)Toyota Care Toyota50.997176.481 74Jeb Burton #Arrowhead Chevrolet50.999176.474 3510Jennifer Jo CobbKoma Unwind Relaxation Drink ChevroletOwner PointsOwner Points 128Max GreshamAmWins Chevrolet51.214175.733 287John Wes TownleyZaxby’s Toyota51.915173.360 49Ron Hornaday Jr.Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet50.930176.713 331James BuescherRheem Chevrolet50.919176.751 1360Dakoda ArmstrongWinfield Chevrolet51.227175.689 26Justin LoftonMadVapes Chevrolet50.915176.765 1968Clay GreenfieldUS Pavement/1-800-Pavement RAM51.573174.510 PosTrkDriverTeamTimeSpeed 3027Jeff AgnewMike Hillman Racing Chevrolet52.234172.302 2284Chris FontaineGlenden Enterprises Toyota51.639174.287center_img 1454Darrell Wallace Jr. #DefyDiabetes.com Toyota51.292175.466 2317Timothy PetersParts Plus Toyota51.668174.189 2133John KingFlorida Lottery/Eastern Coal Council Chevrolet51.624174.338 1129Ryan Blaney #Cooper Standard Performance Ford51.210175.747 832Miguel PaludoDuroline Chevrolet51.151175.950 3139Ryan SiegPull-A-Part, LLC Chevrolet52.374171.841 114Brennan Newberry #Fight For Life Chevrolet50.797177.176 3257Norm BenningStone Mountain/Tactical Machining Chevrolet52.464171.546 2799Bryan SilasTroKar/Warriors4Warriors/WorldofBeer Ford51.872173.504 1892Scott RiggsFleetHQ.com/BTS Tire & Wheel Chevrolet51.571174.517 1788Matt CraftonSlim Jim/Menards Toyota51.548174.595 2077German Quiroga #Net 10 Wireless Toyota51.621174.348 3307Chris CockrumAccu-Tech/AdvancedCommunications ToyotaOwner Points 245Tim George Jr.GT Vodka/Applebee’s Ford51.724174.000 53Ty DillonBass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet50.952176.637 2993Jason White(i)Bubble Chevrolet52.178172.486 Sunoco Rookie of the Year Contender Brennan Newberry wins first career Keystone Light Pole 361Dusty DavisAccell Construction Chevrolet52.237172.292last_img read more

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Quick planting season one of the few positives for farmers

first_imgDES MOINES — The coronavirus pandemic has hit farmers hard this spring — but Iowa Ag Secretary Mike Naig says the one thing it hasn’t hurt is planting.“The crop side of things has truly been a bright spot for Iowa agriculture this year — especially after the last couple of years after very challenging springs — wet springs, flooding,” Naig says.The USDA crop report shows less than ten percent of corn and soybeans remained to be planted heading into last week. Naig says the weather conditions played out perfectly. “This year we had a really nice window open up at the end of April. Mother Nature cooperated just perfectly and we saw a record pace of getting corn and soybeans in the ground,” Naig says. “And it has just been a testament to all that it took to get that to happen in a very short time frame.”Naig says the turnaround has been a welcome boost. “I had to say last year all throughout the year we were several weeks behind average. This year we can say things like ‘we’re a month ahead of last year and several weeks ahead of the five-year average.’ So, really a bright spot for our farmers,” according to Naig.There have been a few weather issues since the planting got underway — but nothing major. “We’ve seen some abnormally dry conditions across really from southwest Iowa up into north-central Iowa. Now, over the last ten days to two weeks we’ve seen an ample amount of rain that has come through and the crops look good,” Naig says. “We do need some heat –we do need some sun — and that will really allow things to take off.”There were a few days where cold temperatures and frost hit after crops were starting to emerge, and that caused a little damage. “Not widespread damage to the crops, but we do know that there was some damage to the crops and some replant that occurred. But by and large — that occurred when the crop was well-protected,” Naig says.Last week’s crop report showed 97 percent of the corn had been planted and 92 percent of the soybeans. A new report released later today will update the planting progress.last_img read more

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