Heim Wins Rain-Shortened Truck Series Race

Corey Heim won a rain-shortened NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway Friday night. The race was called on lap 124 after a third dousing of rain hit the .526-mile short track. The win marked Heim’s first victory of the year and his third career win in the Truck Series. It is a rain-shortened race, but that clock is going to tick the same in my living room,” Heim said. For the first time in NASCAR national series history, the first 25 laps of the race were run using the wet-weather package. Kyle Busch, seeking the 100th win for his Truck Series team, outpaced the field in the opening laps but once normal conditions resumed, Heim took the lead and maintained it the rest of the way.

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