|SOURCE: Rubbin's Racin'|
The finish was Setzer’s second in a row and his series-leading third of 2012. With seven races to go, Setzer now leads second-place Johnny Chapman by one finish.
Setzer qualified 29th at an average speed of 129.683 mph, ranking him seventh among the eleven "go-or-go-homers" who all made the 36-truck field.
*Setzer is the first driver to score back-to-back Truck Series last-place finishes since last fall, when defending LASTCAR Truck Series champion Mike Garvey finished last at Martinsville and Texas. Garvey’s finishes also came with the Shane Sieg-owned team for whom Setzer now drives.
*This was the first last-place finish in a Truck Series race at Iowa for both Setzer and the #38.
THE BOTTOM FIVE
36) #38-Dennis Setzer / 2 laps / overheating
35) #0-Chris Lafferty / 3 laps / transmission
34) #93-Chris Jones / 5 laps / brakes
33) #9-Ron Hornaday, Jr. / 68 laps / crash
32) #07-Caleb Roark / 94 laps / crash
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES DRIVER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Dennis Setzer (3)
2nd) Johnny Chapman (2)
3rd) T.J. Bell, Jeb Burton, Rick Crawford, Grant Enfinger, Clay Greenfield, Jennifer Jo Cobb, Brandon Knupp, Jason Leffler, Brennan Newberry, Scott Riggs (1)
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES OWNER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) #38-RSS Racing (3)
2nd) #27-Hillman Racing (2)
3rd) #0-Jennifer Jo Cobb, #5-Wauters Motorsports, #10-Jennifer Jo Cobb, #14-Bob Newberry, #18-Kyle Busch Motorsports, #60-Turn One Racing, #68-Clay Greenfield Motorsports, #86-Clay Greenfield Motorsports, #74-Mike Harmon, #07-Ken Smith (1)
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES MANUFACTURER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Chevrolet (9)
2nd) Dodge (3)
3rd) Toyota (2)
4th) Ford (1)