MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Ron Hornaday dominated his second race consecutive race and won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the Memphis Motorsports Park.

Hornaday, who won last week at Milwaukee by leading 180 of 200 laps, had a similar performance in the 200 on Saturday night.

He started on the pole after a qualifying lap of 117.7 mph and led 176 of 200 laps on the ¾-mile oval.

A caution with five laps to go, caused when Dennis Setzer and Tayler Malsam got together, cut Hornaday’s commanding lead with a restart and a green-white-checker finish.

Brian Scott, who was running second, stayed with Hornaday through much of the first extra period lap, but Hornaday pulled away on the final sweep.

Scott, who was racing for the second week with a broken right wrist, finished second, 0.65 seconds behind Hornaday. David Starr finished third and Aric Almirola was fourth.

Hornaday, who turned 51 last week when he won at Milwaukee, took the Chevrolet truck to the lead immediately and held it for the first 57 laps. He relinquished the lead at that point when T.J. Bell opted not to take tires during a yellow flag pit stop.

Once the field got back up to speed, Hornaday regained the top spot, passing Bell within a half lap. Scott would take the lead after pit stops on Lap115, and would hold that advantage until Hornaday passed him on lap 135 and stayed ahead the rest of the way.

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