2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

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2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
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The 2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series was the eleventh season of the Craftsman Truck Series, the third highest stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR in the United States. Ted Musgrave of Ultra Motorsports was crowned the season's champion.

A rule change affected the qualification process in 2005. The top 30 teams in the owners' standings at the end of the 2004 season saw their drivers qualify automatically for the first four races of the season, provided they attempted all races in the previous year. However, only 29 teams met the criteria, so at the start of the season, one additional spot was available for the remaining teams on the entry list. After the fourth race, current standings were used to determine the teams guaranteed to have their drivers in the field.

2005 teams and drivers[edit]

Full-time teams[edit]

Manufacturer Team No. Driver(s) Crew chief
Chevrolet Billy Ballew Motorsports 15 Kerry Earnhardt 2 Richie Wauters
Shane Hmiel 4
Kyle Busch 11
Johnny Sauter 1
Martin Truex, Jr. 1
John Andretti 4
Blake Feese 1
David Gilliland 1
Kevin Harvick Incorporated 6 Ron Hornaday, Jr. Wally Rogers
Morgan-Dollar Motorsports 46 Dennis Setzer Eric Phillips
Spears Motorsports 75 David Starr Dave McCarty
Sutton Motorsports 02 Kelly Sutton Jason Weissman 8
Franklin Hinson 3
Pete Hinson 3
Cal Boprey 11
ThorSport Racing 13 Tracy Hines 23 Lance Hooper 1
Kevin Cram 1
Shane Tesch 23
Chad Chaffin 1
Johnny Sauter 1
88 Matt Crafton Bud Haefele
Xpress Motorsports 16 Jack Sprague 20 Chris Showalter
Bobby Labonte 1
Mike Bliss 4
Dodge Bobby Hamilton Racing [N 1] 04 Bobby Hamilton Danny Rollins
4 Casey Atwood 3 Randy Seals 24
Sammy Sanders 1
Timothy Peters (R) 16
Chris Fontaine 3
Garrett Liberty 1
John Mickel 1
Erin Crocker 1
8 Deborah Renshaw Bob Bissinger 17
Shawn Parker 8
18 Chase Montgomery Kip McCord
HT Motorsports 59 Robert Pressley Fred Graves 24
Kevin Cram 1
Orleans Racing 62 Steve Park 20 Charlie Wilson 24
Tony Liberati 1
Scott Lynch 5
77 Brendan Gaughan Billy Wilburn 6
Tony Liberati 20
Ultra Motorsports 1 Ted Musgrave Gene Nead
2 Jimmy Spencer Buddy Barnes 9
John McQueen 1
Dan Glauz 15
Ford Circle Bar Racing 14 Rick Crawford 24 Kevin Starland
Boris Said 1
K Automotive Racing 29 Brad Keselowski (R) Bob Keselowski
ppc Racing 10 Terry Cook Rick Gay
Roush Racing 50 Todd Kluever (R) John Monsam 12
Mike Beam 13
99 Ricky Craven Mike Beam 12
John Monsam 3
John Quinn 10
Toyota Bill Davis Racing 5 Mike Skinner Jeff Hensley
22 Bill Lester Doug Wolcott
23 Johnny Benson Greg Ely 14
Rick Ren 11
Darrell Waltrip Motorsports 12 Robert Huffman 14 Glenn Funderburk 20
Johnny Allen 5
Mike Wallace 5
Joey Miller 5
Darrell Waltrip 1
17 David Reutimann Jason Overstreet
Fiddleback Racing 10
Wyler Racing 15
66
60
Todd Bodine 10 Tony Furr
Chad Chaffin 10
Jack Sprague 5
Germain Racing with
Arnold Motorsports
30 Chad Chaffin 10 Mike Hillman, Jr.
Todd Bodine 15
Red Horse Racing 38 Brandon Whitt Jamie Jones
Chevrolet
Dodge
Mighty Motorsports 24 Wayne Edwards 16 Lonnie Troxell 2
Cliff Button 23
Casey Kingsland 1
Brandon Bendele 2
Blake Mallory 2
Roland Isaacs 2
Robbie Ferguson 2
Robert Richardson Jr. 1
Chevrolet
Ford
Green Light Racing 07 Sean Murphy (R) 7 Doug Howe 23
Scott Neal 2
Butch Miller 1
Rich Bickle 2
Eric Norris 4
Chris Wimmer 4
Kevin Hamlin 1
Jack Bailey 4
Chase Pistone 1
José Luis Ramírez 1
08 Ken Weaver 3 Scott Neal
Bobby Dotter
Doug Howe 2
Tam Topham 2
Rich Bickle 3
Butch Miller 2
Kevin Lepage 1
Johnny Chapman 4
Chris Wimmer 2
Bill Manfull 1
José Luis Ramírez 1
Jack Bailey 2
Mark McFarland 1
Willie Allen 1
Jarit Johnson 2 Carl Hartman

Part-time teams[edit]

Note: If under "team", the owner's name is listed and in italics, that means the name of the race team that fielded the truck is unknown.

Manufacturer Team No. Driver(s) Crew chief Rounds
Chevrolet Alex Yontz Racing 61 Alex Yontz Ed Berrier 4
Billy Ballew Motorsports 32 Bill Manfull Gary Crooks 1
Curb Agajanian Racing 43 Johnny Sauter Phil Edgar 1
Joe Shear, Jr. 1
2
FDNY Racing 28 David Ragan Dick Rahilly 2
Jeff Milburn Racing 76 Blake Mallory Jeff Milburn 2
Ken Schrader Racing 52 Mike Wallace Donnie Richeson 1
Ken Schrader 9
Mark McFarland 1
Kevin Harvick Incorporated 92 Kevin Harvick Butch Hylton 1
Lance Dieters 3
2
Burney Lamar 2
Tony Stewart Mark Tutor 1
Key Motorsports 40 Andy Houston Lance Hooper 2
KW Racing 20 Ken Weaver Doug George 1
Lafferty Motorsports 89 Tom Powers Tommy Owens 1
Morgan-Dollar Motorsports 47 Bobby Labonte Randy Goss 4
Tony Stewart 2
Aric Almirola 4
Kevin Harvick 1
Willie Allen 1
MRD Motorsports 06 Jimmy Kite Bryan Berry 5
Mike Bliss 2
Regan Smith (R) 3
Oostlander Racing 21 Mike Harmon Steve Kuykendall 5
Blake Mallory 1
Shane Wallace Darren Shaw 1
Prime Development Group Racing 64 Sam Beam Richard Broome 2
Richardson Racing 35 Robert Richardson Jr. Joey Cudmore 1
Stellar Quest Racing 91 J. C. Stout Steve Mollnow 4
Tam Topham 70 Tam Topham Mark Prater 3
Xpress Motorsports 19 Regan Smith (R) Doug George 3
Wilson Motorsports 27 Frank Wilson, Jr. Larry Harris 5
David Hackathorn 1
6
31 Kevin Cram 1
Randy Nelson 2
Ted Kennedy 3
Ernie Cope 1
Terry Shirley 2
Joe Slonkasky 1
1
Dodge Brevak Racing Jason Rudd 2
Steve Grissom 1
Nick Tucker 6
Bobby Hamilton Racing 05 John Mickel Sammy Sanders 1
Erin Crocker Randy Seals 1
Glynn Motorsports 65 Regan Smith (R) Lance Hooper 7
Charles Wright 7
Steve Plattenberger 6
4
Clay Rogers (R) 5
T. J. Bell 1
Brad Rogers 1
Tim Fedewa 9
Jeff Vaughn 00 Eric King Jeff Vaughn 2
MB3 Motorsports 53 Michael Faulk Mario Gosselin 1
Ron Rhodes Racing 48 Derrike Cope James Hylton 3
Joey McCarthy 1
Eric Norris 1
Mike Osgar 1
TommyRaz Motorsports 91 Casey Kingsland Steve Kuykendall 2
Welz Racing 68 Kelly Thacker Paul Carman 1
Wayne Edwards 1
Ford Craig Wood 73 Craig Wood Tony Oscar 1
East Coast Motorsports 44 Clay Rogers (R) Bill Boder 2
David Hinson 1
3
MB Motorsports 63 J. R. Patton Mike Mittler 1
Justin Allgaier 9
Roush Racing 33 Bobby East Jeff Campey 3
Mark Martin 1
Stephen Smith 74 Jim Walker Freddy Fryar 1
Steve Kuykendall 1
2
Wood Brothers/JTG Racing 21 Bobby East Dan Deeringhoff 1
Toyota Bill Davis Racing 67 Steve Park Dwayne Krieger 2
Darrell Waltrip Motorsports 11 Darrell Waltrip Todd Holbert 1
Ken Schrader 1
Germain Racing with
Arnold Motorsports
9 Shigeaki Hattori (R) Tom Ackerman 12
Justin Hobgood 5

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Renshaw's No. 8 truck was run by this team under the name BHR2.

Races[edit]

Florida Dodge Dealers 250[edit]

The Florida Dodge Dealers 250 was held February 18 at Daytona International Speedway. Kerry Earnhardt won the pole.

Top ten results[1]

  1. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  2. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  3. 66-Todd Bodine
  4. 99-Ricky Craven
  5. 1-Ted Musgrave
  6. 08-Ken Weaver
  7. 29-Brad Keselowski
  8. 75-David Starr
  9. 24-Wayne Edwards
  10. 23-Johnny Benson

Failed to qualify: J. R. Patton (No. 63), Rick Markle (No. 45), David Ragan (No. 28), Jason Rudd (No. 39), Derrike Cope (No. 48)

American Racing Wheels 200[edit]

The American Racing Wheels 200 was held February 25 at California Speedway. Mike Skinner won the pole.

Top ten results[2]

  1. 62-Steve Park
  2. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  3. 99-Ricky Craven
  4. 50-Todd Kluever
  5. 1-Ted Musgrave
  6. 88-Matt Crafton
  7. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  8. 6-Ron Hornaday
  9. 12-Robert Huffman
  10. 46-Dennis Setzer

Failed to qualify: Derrike Cope (No. 48), Jason Rudd (No. 31)

Park's victory made him the second driver in 2005 to complete the NASCAR Triple Threat, as he had yet to win in the Truck Series.

World Financial Group 200[edit]

The World Financial Group 200 was held March 18 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Rick Crawford won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 6-Ron Hornaday
  2. 47-Bobby Labonte
  3. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  4. 46-Dennis Setzer
  5. 75-David Starr
  6. 1-Ted Musgrave
  7. 30-Chad Chaffin
  8. 16-Jack Sprague
  9. 10-Terry Cook
  10. 12-Robert Huffman

Failed to qualify: Regan Smith (No. 19), Derrike Cope (No. 48), Brendan Gaughan (No. 77), Steve Grissom (No. 31)

Kroger 250[edit]

The Kroger 250 was held April 9 at Martinsville Speedway. Bobby Hamilton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 47-Bobby Labonte
  2. 99-Ricky Craven
  3. 6-Ron Hornaday
  4. 66-Todd Bodine
  5. 30-Chad Chaffin
  6. 15-Shane Hmiel
  7. 1-Ted Musgrave
  8. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  9. 5-Mike Skinner
  10. 10-Terry Cook

Failed to qualify: Brendan Gaughan (No. 77), Darrell Waltrip (No. 11), Shigeaki Hattori (No. 9), Eric King (No. 00), Nick Tucker (No. 31), Justin Allgaier (No. 63), Joey McCarthy (No. 48), Bill Manfull (No. 32)

Labonte's victory made him the fourth driver in 2005 to become a winner in all three of NASCAR's top series.

Dodge Ram Tough 200[edit]

The Dodge Ram Tough 200 was held April 30 at Gateway International Raceway. Ted Musgrave won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 1-Ted Musgrave
  2. 46-Dennis Setzer
  3. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  4. 5-Mike Skinner
  5. 14-Rick Crawford
  6. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  7. 66-Todd Bodine
  8. 59-Robert Pressley
  9. 30-Chad Chaffin
  10. 99-Ricky Craven

Failed to qualify: Shane Wallace (No. 21), Brandon Bendele (No. 24), Justin Allgaier (No. 63), Eric Norris (No. 48), J.C. Stout (No. 91)

UAW-GM Ohio 250[edit]

The UAW-GM Ohio 250 was held May 15 at Mansfield Motorsports Speedway. Ron Hornaday won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  2. 16-Jack Sprague
  3. 15-Shane Hmiel
  4. 50-Todd Kluever
  5. 08-Rich Bickle
  6. 14-Rick Crawford
  7. 46-Dennis Setzer
  8. 99-Ricky Craven
  9. 75-David Starr
  10. 07-Butch Miller

Failed to qualify: Mike Osgar (No. 48), Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 31), Sam Beam (No. 64), Blake Mallory (No. 21), Jim Walker (No. 74), Kelly Thacker (No. 68)

  • This was Hamilton's last career NASCAR victory.

Quaker Steak & Lube 200[edit]

The Quaker Steak & Lube 200 presented by Click It or Ticket was held May 20 at Lowe's Motor Speedway. Mike Skinner won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 15-Kyle Busch
  2. 10-Terry Cook
  3. 1-Ted Musgrave
  4. 23-Johnny Benson
  5. 62-Steve Park
  6. 22-Bill Lester
  7. 46-Dennis Setzer
  8. 77-Brendan Gaughan
  9. 88-Matt Crafton
  10. 99-Ricky Craven

Failed to qualify: Jimmy Kite (No. 06), Deborah Renshaw (No. 8), Nick Tucker (No. 31), David Ragan (No. 28), Wayne Edwards (No. 24), Mike Harmon (No. 21)

  • This was Busch's first career Craftsman Truck Series victory.

MBNA RacePoints 200[edit]

The MBNA RacePoints 200 was held June 4 at Dover International Speedway. David Starr won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 15-Kyle Busch
  2. 47-Tony Stewart
  3. 10-Terry Cook
  4. 6-Ron Hornaday
  5. 17-David Reutimann
  6. 4-Timothy Peters
  7. 99-Ricky Craven
  8. 75-David Starr
  9. 88-Matt Crafton
  10. 5-Mike Skinner

Failed to qualify: none

Chex 400k[edit]

The Chex 400k was held June 10 at Texas Motor Speedway. Mike Skinner won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 16-Jack Sprague
  2. 23-Johnny Benson
  3. 46-Dennis Setzer
  4. 5-Mike Skinner
  5. 88-Matt Crafton
  6. 6-Ron Hornaday
  7. 10-Terry Cook
  8. 65-Clay Rogers
  9. 75-David Starr
  10. 17-David Reutimann

Failed to qualify: none

Paramount Health Insurance 200[edit]

The Paramount Health Insurance 200 was held June 18 at Michigan International Speedway. Kyle Busch won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 15-Kyle Busch
  3. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  4. 92-Kevin Harvick
  5. 5-Mike Skinner
  6. 14-Rick Crawford
  7. 30-Chad Chaffin
  8. 17-David Reutimann
  9. 66-Todd Bodine
  10. 16-Jack Sprague

Failed to qualify: Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Blake Mallory (No. 24)

Toyota Tundra Milwaukee 200[edit]

The Toyota Tundra Milwaukee 200 was held June 24 at The Milwaukee Mile. Jack Sprague won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 16-Jack Sprague
  3. 1-Ted Musgrave
  4. 6-Ron Hornaday
  5. 77-Brendan Gaughan
  6. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  7. 62-Steve Park
  8. 14-Rick Crawford
  9. 50-Todd Kluever
  10. 10-Terry Cook

Failed to qualify: Brandon Bendele (No. 24), Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Shigeaki Hattori (No. 9)

O'Reilly Auto Parts 250[edit]

The O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 was held July 2 at Kansas Speedway. Bill Lester won the pole. During the race, Kelly Sutton flipped.

Top ten results

  1. 30-Todd Bodine
  2. 50-Todd Kluever
  3. 17-David Reutimann
  4. 5-Mike Skinner
  5. 22-Bill Lester
  6. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  7. 10-Terry Cook
  8. 77-Brendan Gaughan
  9. 15-John Andretti
  10. 14-Rick Crawford

Failed to qualify: none

Built Ford Tough 225[edit]

The Built Ford Tough 225 pres. by Greater Cincinnati Ford Dealers was held July 9 at Kentucky Speedway. Bill Lester won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 30-Todd Bodine
  3. 17-David Reutimann
  4. 5-Mike Skinner
  5. 1-Ted Musgrave
  6. 38-Brandon Whitt
  7. 88-Matt Crafton
  8. 62-Steve Park
  9. 23-Johnny Benson
  10. 75-David Starr

Failed to qualify: Justin Allgaier (No. 63), Blake Mallory (No. 76)

O'Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline[edit]

The O'Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline was held July 23 at Memphis Motorsports Park. Brandon Whitt won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 38-Brandon Whitt
  2. 17-David Reutimann
  3. 77-Brendan Gaughan
  4. 46-Dennis Setzer
  5. 75-David Starr
  6. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  7. 88-Matt Crafton
  8. 15-John Andretti
  9. 23-Johnny Benson
  10. 50-Todd Kluever
  • Ron Hornaday led coming off through the final two corners, but a wreck had occurred leaving smoke on the track. Hornaday slowed down and Whitt got into the back of Hornaday, spinning Hornaday's No. 6 truck around. Hornaday finished 21st.

Failed to qualify: Justin Allgaier (No. 63), Jim Walker (No. 74), Sam Beam (No. 64), Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 27)

Power Stroke Diesel 200[edit]

The Power Stroke Diesel 200 was held on August 5 at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Dennis Setzer won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 46-Dennis Setzer
  2. 50-Todd Kluever
  3. 6-Ron Hornaday
  4. 88-Matt Crafton
  5. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  6. 14-Rick Crawford
  7. 59-Robert Pressley
  8. 77-Brendan Gaughan
  9. 16-Jack Sprague
  10. 47-Aric Almirola

Failed to qualify: Clay Rogers (No. 44), Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 27), Bobby East (No. 33), Johnny Sauter (No. 43), Michael Faulk (No. 53), Casey Kingsland (No. 91)

Matt Crafton suffered a 25-point penalty for an unapproved adjustment to his truck.

Toyota Tundra 200[edit]

The Toyota Tundra 200 was held on August 13 at Nashville Superspeedway. Mike Skinner won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 17-David Reutimann
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 30-Todd Bodine
  4. 5-Mike Skinner
  5. 50-Todd Kluever
  6. 77-Brendan Gaughan
  7. 22-Bill Lester
  8. 23-Johnny Benson
  9. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  10. 14-Rick Crawford

Failed to qualify: Roland Isaacs (No. 24), Wayne Edwards (No. 68)

O'Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline[edit]

The O'Reilly 200 presented by Valvoline Maxlife was held on August 24 at Bristol Motor Speedway. David Reutimann won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 5-Mike Skinner
  2. 30-Todd Bodine
  3. 16-Jack Sprague
  4. 23-Johnny Benson
  5. 15-Kyle Busch
  6. 1-Ted Musgrave
  7. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  8. 75-David Starr
  9. 12-Mike Wallace
  10. 52-Ken Schrader

Failed to qualify: Wayne Edwards (No. 68), Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Tam Topham (No. 70), Casey Kingsland (No. 91), Eric King (No. 00), Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 27)

Cheerios Betty Crocker 200[edit]

The Cheerios Betty Crocker 200 was held on September 8 at Richmond International Raceway. David Starr won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 5-Mike Skinner
  2. 30-Todd Bodine
  3. 92-Kevin Harvick
  4. 1-Ted Musgrave
  5. 13-Tracy Hines
  6. 12-Mike Wallace
  7. 88-Matt Crafton
  8. 59-Robert Pressley
  9. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  10. 6-Ron Hornaday

Failed to qualify: Tony Stewart (No. 92), Bobby East (No. 33), Ron Hornaday III (No. 7), Mike Bliss (No. 06), Andy Houston (No. 40), Tam Topham (No. 70), Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Robbie Ferguson (No. 24), Craig Wood (No. 73)

Sylvania 200 presented by Lowe's[edit]

The Sylvania 200 presented by Lowe's was held on September 17 at New Hampshire International Speedway. Matt Crafton won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 14-Rick Crawford
  2. 46-Dennis Setzer
  3. 1-Ted Musgrave
  4. 65-Clay Rogers
  5. 6-Ron Hornaday
  6. 2-Jimmy Spencer
  7. 15-Kyle Busch
  8. 47-Aric Almirola
  9. 60-Chad Chaffin
  10. 77-Brendan Gaughan

Failed to qualify: Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 27), J.C. Stout (No. 91)

Las Vegas 350[edit]

The Las Vegas 350 was held September 24 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mike Skinner

Top ten results

  1. 30-Todd Bodine
  2. 1-Ted Musgrave
  3. 75-David Starr
  4. 16-Jack Sprague
  5. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  6. 5-Mike Skinner
  7. 14-Rick Crawford
  8. 50-Todd Kluever
  9. 38-Brandon Whitt
  10. 65-Tim Fedewa

Failed to qualify: none

Kroger 200[edit]

The Kroger 200 was held October 22 at Martinsville Speedway. Rick Crawford won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 99-Ricky Craven
  2. 50-Todd Kluever
  3. 38-Brandon Whitt
  4. 1-Ted Musgrave
  5. 15-Kyle Busch
  6. 47-Willie Allen
  7. 10-Terry Cook
  8. 4-Timothy Peters
  9. 6-Ron Hornaday
  10. 30-Todd Bodine

Failed to qualify: Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 27)

By recording the victory, Craven became the seventh and final driver in 2005 to have won a race in all three of NASCAR's top series in his career, needing only a Truck Series victory to complete the trifecta.

EasyCare Vehicle Service Contracts 200[edit]

The EasyCare Vehicle Service Contracts 200 was held October 29 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Mike Skinner won the pole,

Top ten results

  1. 15-Kyle Busch
  2. 30-Todd Bodine
  3. 23-Johnny Benson
  4. 60-Jack Sprague
  5. 47-Bobby Labonte
  6. 50-Todd Kluever
  7. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  8. 38-Brandon Whitt
  9. 99-Ricky Craven
  10. 12-Joey Miller

Failed to qualify: John Mickel (No. 05), Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Justin Hobgood (No. 9), Clay Rogers (No. 44), Mark McFarland (No. 52), Wayne Edwards (No. 24)

Silverado 350K[edit]

The Silverado 350K was held November 4 at Texas Motor Speedway. Mike Skinner won the pole.

Top ten results

  1. 30-Todd Bodine
  2. 5-Mike Skinner
  3. 15-Kyle Busch
  4. 75-David Starr
  5. 17-David Reutimann
  6. 16-Jack Sprague
  7. 6-Ron Hornaday
  8. 04-Bobby Hamilton
  9. 50-Todd Kluever

Failed to qualify: Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Tim Fedewa (No. 65), Justin Hobgood (No. 9), Blake Mallory (No. 76), Wayne Edwards (No. 24)

Chevy Silverado 150[edit]

The Chevy Silverado 150 was held November 11 at Phoenix International Raceway. Brandon Whitt won the pole.

Top ten results[3]

  1. 30-Todd Bodine
  2. 6-Ron Hornaday
  3. 23-Johnny Benson
  4. 14-Rick Crawford
  5. 46-Dennis Setzer
  6. 1-Ted Musgrave
  7. 17-David Reutimann
  8. 88-Matt Crafton
  9. 5-Mike Skinner
  10. 16-Mike Bliss

Failed to qualify: Frank Wilson, Jr. (No. 27), Kelly Sutton (No. 02)

Ford 200[edit]

The Ford 200 was held November 19 at Homestead-Miami Speedway due to rain. David Reutimann won the pole.

Top ten results[4]

  1. 30-Todd Bodine
  2. 60-Jack Sprague
  3. 23-Johnny Benson
  4. 26-Mike Bliss
  5. 22-Bill Lester
  6. 15-Kyle Busch
  7. 50-Todd Kluever
  8. 33-Mark Martin
  9. 6-Ron Hornaday
  10. 88-Matt Crafton

Failed to qualify: Tim Fedewa (No. 65), Justin Allgaier (No. 63), Kelly Sutton (No. 02), Wayne Edwards (No. 24), Bobby East (No. 21)

Ted Musgrave officially clinched the championship in this race. It was the final race for his team, Ultra Motorsports.

Final points standings[edit]

  1. Ted Musgrave – 3585
  2. Dennis Setzer – 3480
  3. Todd Bodine – 3462
  4. Ron Hornaday – 3369
  5. Mike Skinner – 3273
  6. Bobby Hamilton – 3164
  7. David Starr – 3148
  8. Jack Sprague – 3137
  9. Matt Crafton – 3095
  10. Johnny Benson – 3076
  11. Todd Kluever – 3074
  12. Jimmy Spencer – 3050
  13. David Reutimann – 2979
  14. Ricky Craven – 2976
  15. Terry Cook – 2936
  16. Rick Crawford – 2917
  17. Bill Lester – 2672
  18. Brandon Whitt – 2602
  19. Brendan Gaughan – 2564
  20. Robert Pressley – 2493
  21. Brad Keselowski – 2367
  22. Steve Park – 2275
  23. Chase Montgomery – 2230
  24. Deborah Renshaw – 2123
  25. Tracy Hines – 2108
  26. Chad Chaffin – 2068
  27. Kyle Busch – 1734
  28. Timothy Peters – 1568
  29. Kelly Sutton – 1315
  30. Robert Huffman – 1271
  31. Ken Schrader – 1013
  32. Tim Fedewa – 749
  33. Wayne Edwards – 789
  34. Clay Rogers – 723
  35. Shigeaki Hattori – 703
  36. Bobby Labonte – 679
  37. Sean Murphy – 657
  38. Regan Smith – 640
  39. Mike Wallace – 604
  40. Joey Miller – 587
  41. Mike Bliss – 581
  42. Shane Hmiel – 513
  43. Chris Wimmer – 504
  44. Jack Bailey – 477
  45. Scott Lynch – 476
  46. John Andretti – 465
  47. Rich Bickle – 458
  48. Aric Almirola – 410
  49. Jimmy Kite – 403
  50. Eric Norris – 360

Rookie of the Year[edit]

The 2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Rookie of the Year battle was virtually one-sided, as Todd Kluever of Roush Racing was the only candidate to attempt a full schedule, and he posted twelve top-tens, and three second-place finishes. Timothy Peters and Shigeaki Hattori were the only other drivers to fulfill the Rookie of the Year Award's requirement that drivers compete in at least eight of the first 20 races to be eligible. Peters had two top-tens, while Hattori struggled and was released from Germain Racing. Regan Smith was the only other rookie to run more than ten races, as Clay Rogers, Nick Tucker, Jimmy Kite, and Kerry Earnhardt saw their seasons end early.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2005 Florida Dodge Dealers 250 - Racing-Reference.info". www.racing-reference.info. Retrieved 2015-12-17.
  2. ^ "2005 American Racing Wheels 200 - Racing-Reference.info". www.racing-reference.info. Retrieved 2015-12-17.
  3. ^ "2005 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Phoenix Results". ESPN.com. ESPN Internet Ventures. Retrieved 2015-12-17.
  4. ^ "2005 Camping World Truck Series Race Results | Ford 200". www.foxsports.com. Fox Sports Interactive Media. Retrieved 2015-12-17.