Lap 40 (Green Flag): Dakota Caudill takes us back to green, he gets a good run into one and two as the lapped trucks all appear to be staying on the bottom and out of the way. We're going to have a lead change heading into turn three, new leader Joey Kraus! Man I can't help but remember him running straight into the tire barrier at the Daytona Short Track at the beginning of the season anytime I look at that 69 truck.
Lap 42: Lead group about ten trucks, they keep swapping the lead back and forth. Cary Rogers just got by Ryan Wayne. Alex Scheidly has gained a few spots on this retart up to 11th now chasing down Ben Thomas for tenth.
Lap 44: We started this weekend with it looking like the RAMs were about to be the class of the field but as we get to the end of this one it looks like Joey Kraus is really their only shot at it now. Everyone else has run into some sort of issue.
Lap 45: We're looking at the 39 of Ryan Wayne right there in second, he already has a win this season. For most guys that's enough to kind of ride it out and coast your way into the Playoffs, not for Ryan. He missed the first two races of 2019 so he needs to play a game of catch up and make his way into the top 20 in the points standings before his win becomes eligible for the Playoffs. If he drives the way he has today he may really have a shot to make it.
Lap 51 (Green Flag): Green flag back in the air, Ryan Wayne looks like he's launched out of a cannon. He'll fly past Harris and Thomas to retake the lead. Look at those guys behind him, Althen, Peterson. They haven't been racing for the lead too much today but they've kept their trucks clean and now look to follow Ryan Wayne into second and third place.
Lap 55: Inside 20 to go we've got some guys showing their faces that we haven't really talked about like Reza Maulana and Sebastian Ruiz, instead of trying to fight through the pack they hung back and let a number of guys weed each other out. Now coming to 15 laps remaining they're ready to battle.
We've got a number of rookies and guys who haven't won in this series currently running top ten, will this be their day or will Ryan Wayne or Everett Lintz steal the show and score their second of the season?
Lap 61: Here we go for the Timmy Hill Ten to Go Presented by the Color Blue! Mahoney, Scheidly, Ruiz our top three. A second and a half back to Kraus, two to Kurz. The pack is so split it up it looks like the draft will play little effect in this finish, this one will go to whoever wants it the most. Whoever is willing to push their truck that much further.