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Ryan Blaney found victory lane on Saturday for his second career win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Blaney, son of Sprint Cup driver Dave Blaney, guided his No. 29 Ford F-150 to the win in the Pocono Mountains 125. The pass for the lead came on lap 53 of a 50 lap race around the 2.5 mile triangle track in Long Pond, PA. Blaney would withstand a second green white checkered to beat pole sitter Miguel Paludo to the checkered flag by .271 seconds. Blaney’s win marked the first time that Ford has won a race in the truck series since 2009 with Colin Braun. Ford had no teams competing in the series until Penske Racing switched to the manufacturer at the beginning of the 2013 season. This move facilitated a move of Brad Keselowski Racing to Ford in the truck series. NCWTS Results for the Pocono Mountains 125 POS DRIVER CAR MANUFACTURER LAPS MONEY START LED 1 Ryan Blaney 29 Ford 54 6 20 2 Miguel Paludo 32 Chevrolet 54 1 2 3 German Quiroga Jr. 77 Toyota 54 4 3 4 Joey...

Blaney rules tricky trucks at triangle

Ryan Blaney survived two green-white-checkered finishes before making a last-lap pass of German Quiroga to win a wild Pocono Mountains 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway. Blaney outfoxed the field on the final restart to win his second career Truck Series race in 20 starts, bringing home his Brad Keselowski Racing Ford F-150 ahead of Miguel Paludo's...

Blaney Wins In Pocono

LONG POND, Pa. — Ryan Blaney and his father, NASCAR veteran Dave Blaney, discussed one particular point of emphasis before Saturday’s Pocono Mountains 125 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Pocono Raceway. “We actually talked about restarts and choosing the right line,” said 19-year-old Ryan, who grabbed the lead from rookie German Quiroga on a restart that began...
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