The 2004 Line-X Spray-On Truck Bedliners 200 was a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series held July 31 at Michigan International Speedway. Travis Kvapil won the race, the first win for Bang! Racing, and the first for Toyota since it had entered the sport that season.
|2004 Line-X Spray-On Truck Bedliners 200|
|Series||Craftsman Truck Series|
|Location||Michigan International Speedway|
|Date||July 31, 2004|
|Pole Sitter||Mother Nature|
|Pole Speed||no time trials|
|Margin of Victory||under caution|
|Average Speed||125.479 mph|
|Cautions||7 for 22 laps|
|Points Leader||Dennis Setzer (+9)|
Qualifying notes Edit
Since qualifying had been rained out, the field was set by owner's points, thus Dennis Setzer started up front, then Bobby Hamilton, then Carl Edwards, and so on. The field was short by two entries of the standard 36-truck field, so no drivers failed to qualify.
Additional race data Edit
- Leaders: 7
- Time of race: 1:35:38
- Average Speed: 125.479 mph
- Margin of Victory: under caution
- Most Spots Improved: Johnny Benson (+27)
- This race was Phil Bonifield's last start. He had fielded trucks for Team Racing since 1999, often suffering mechanical faliures.
- Johnny Benson, recently released from his Phoenix Racing ride in the Busch Series, made his debut with Bill Davis Racing in this race, taking over for struggling rookie Shelby Howard. Benson has been with BDR ever since.
- J.J. Yeley made the only Truck Series start of his career in this racing, driving for Morgan-Dollar Motorsports.
- R - Denotes rookie