Hornaday picks up 50th career Trucks Series win Print
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Saturday, 01 October 2011 17:39
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 SPARTA, Ky. (AP) - Ron Hornaday picked up his 50th victory in the Trucks Series with a Saturday night win at Kentucky Speedway.
Hornaday held off Austin Dillon over the final 10 laps to take Kevin Harvick Inc. to Victory Lane for the third time this season. He beat Dillon by .438-seconds to the finish line.
Hornaday is the winningest driver in Trucks Series history.
Dillon finished second and retained his lead in the points standings over James Buescher, who finished third.
Nelson Piquet Jr. was fourth to give KHI two trucks in the top four.
Brian Ickler finished fifth and was followed by Ricky Carmichael, Todd Bodine, Cole Whitt, Dakoda Armstrong and David Starr.
Dillon's younger brother, Ty, made his series debut and finished 18th after running out of fuel during the race.
 

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