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</center> The 2006 Ford 200 was a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race held November 17, 2006, the final race of the season. Mark Martin won the race for his sixth win of the season, and Todd Bodine clinched his first NASCAR championship despite finishing 21st.
|2006 Ford 200|
The Germain Racing crew celebrating their championship win
|Series||Craftsman Truck Series|
|Date||November 17, 2006|
|Pole Sitter||Mike Skinner|
|Pole Speed||171.865 mph|
|Margin of Victory||2.613 seconds|
|Average Speed||126.019 mph|
|Cautions||5 for 17 laps|
|Points Leader||Todd Bodine (+127)|
Qualifying notes Edit
Mike Skinner broke his record for most poles in a season by winning the top spot at this race. It was his eighth pole of the season. Bill Lester had his best qualifaction of the year by starting on the outside pole. Points leader Todd Bodine started twelfth.
Robert Richardson was the only driver who failed to qualify for this race.
Additional race data Edit
- Leaders: 8
- Time of race: 1:35:42
- Cautions: 5 for 17 laps
- Margin of Victory: 2.613 seconds
- Most Spots Improved: Terry Cook (+24)
- This race brought a streak of consecutive years with at least one win in the Truck series held by both Ted Musgrave and Dennis Setzer.
- R-Denotes rookie driver
- Todd Bodine +127
- Johnny Benson -127
- David Reutimann -136
- David Starr -311
- Jack Sprague -338
- Ted Musgrave -352
- Ron Hornaday -353
- Terry Cook -398
- Rick Crawford -414
- Mike Skinner -447