William Byron put the cap on an incredible rookie season in the Camping World Truck Series Friday night, winning the EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
It was Byron's series-high seventh win of the year, although he was not one of the four drivers eligible to compete for the 2016 series championship in the race.
That battle was won by Johnny Sauter, who finished third in the race but four spots ahead of his nearest Chase playoff competitor, Matt Crafton, who faded to seventh by the finish. The other two Championship 4 drivers, Christopher Bell and Timothy Peters, finished right behind Crafton in seventh and eighth, respectively.
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Byron led 31 laps en route to the victory in his No. 9 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota. It was an important win because it clinched the owners' championship for KBM, the company owned and led by defending Sprint Cup driving champion Kyle Busch. It was KBM's fifth such title.
Tyler Reddick finished second, with Sauter, Kyle Larson and Daniel Hemric rounding out the top five. Larson led a race-high 76 laps.