NEWTON, Iowa (AP) - Matt Crafton held off a charging Austin Dillon to win the NASCAR Trucks Series race at Iowa on Saturday night, snapping a 79-race winless streak.
Dillon led for most of the race, but fell behind after a late pit stop. He quickly moved back into second and went side-by-side down the stretch with Crafton, who was able to hang on for his second career win.
Dillon won at Iowa for his first career win in 2010 and led for 127 laps Saturday night. He nearly pulled off a Saturday sweep for the Dillons in Iowa, as younger brother Ty took the ARCA race hours earlier.
Pole sitter David Mayhew was third, followed by Johnny Sauter and Joey Coulter.

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