|SOURCE: Rubbin's Racin'|
The finish was Setzer’s second of the 2012 season, and his first since Dover, eight races ago.
Last weekend, Setzer qualified last in the 36-truck field at an average speed of 169.697 mph, besting Jennifer Jo Cobb, Norm Benning, and current LASTCAR Nationwide Series leader Jeff Green who did not make the field. After two laps of the race, Setzer followed Blake Koch in Jo Cobb’s backup truck to the garage area. Setzer was credited with the 36th finishing position.
*The finish was Setzer’s second in a row in the Truck race at Atlanta. Last fall, he fell out after six laps while driving the #93.
*This was the first last-place finish for the #38 in a Truck race at Atlanta.
THE BOTTOM FIVE
36) #38-Dennis Setzer / 2 laps / rear gear
35) #0-Blake Koch / 2 laps / overheating
34) #27-Stephen Leicht / 4 laps / engine
33) #74-Scott Riggs / 11 laps / ignition
32) #07-Johnny Chapman / 17 laps / radiator
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES DRIVER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Johnny Chapman, Dennis Setzer (2)
2nd) 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) #27-Hillman Racing, #38-RSS Racing (2)
2nd) #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 (8)
2nd) RAM (3)
3rd) Toyota (2)
4th) Ford (1)
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