Along with the fall air that has swept into Loudon, New Hampshire so too did the Camping World Truck Series. This weekend was 175, where Todd Bodine looked to further secure his lead in the points, Aric Almirola looked to make up ground and a couple of Cup regulars looked to steal the show from the regulars.

Since 2008 when Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick- who started first and second respectively after qualifying was held Saturday morning- have won every race that both of them have been entered into. Would this be the day the streak was broken? Or would Rowdy and Happy continue their run over the Truck Series?

From the beginning it was Busch and Harvick racing side by side for the top spot. Harvick was able to nudge ahead of the No. 18 to leap the first lap, but after that it was Busch to the lead with the No. 2 remaining on his tail. On lap three Busch got almost completely sideways but was able to save his Toyota and maintained the lead.

On lap 11 third place changed hands as James Buescher was able to make his way past Ron Hornaday. Completing lap 19 the leaders continued to run side by side as they approached lap traffic, with Harvick refusing to let Busch out of his sights. Behind them Jason White and Bobby Hamilton, Jr. raced side by side for 16th, with Hamilton taking the spot.

By lap 40 Busch had a one second lead over Harvick, and just 19 trucks were on the lead lap.

Harvick had caught Busch with 47 laps complete, and once again the two ran side by side- Harvick on the bottom line, Busch on rails at the top. The No. 2 was able to clear Rowdy for the lead on lap 48, with Busch taking it back the following lap. David Starr, who was set to go a lap down to the leaders, got loose right in front of the No. 18 but Busch kept the lead ahead of Harvick. Harvick was able to again take the lead on lap 50.

Pinned behind a lap down truck Harvick lost the lead back to Busch on lap 53. With just 11 trucks remaining on the lead lap and 62 laps complete the second caution of the race came out for debris in turn three, just in time for pit stops. Busch was able to keep the lead off pit road, followed by Harvick, Hornaday, Matt Crafton and Buescher. Buescher, however, had to serve a pit road penalty after the gas can was left in the car.

Jason White found trouble on lap 71 when he spun, bringing out the third caution of the day. While that was happening Aric Almirola and Todd Bodine had a hard side by side battle for position. Mike Skinner had to come down pit road after his team failed to get his No. 5 Toyota full of fuel on the last stop.

The race restarted on lap 76 and again Busch and Harvick were side by side, with Crafton running on the bumper of his former owner in the No. 2. Meanwhile Donny Lia passed Todd Bodine after Bodine and Sauter made contact.

Eighty laps in the fourth caution of the race came out after Lia spun out David Starr. Bodine and Skinner were among the few who made a pit stop under the yellow. Busch led the field to the green on lap 85 but a spin by Eddie MacDonald brought the caution right back out.

The field restarted on lap 92 and Hornaday was all over the back of the No. 18. Harvick was able to get a nose ahead of Busch but was unable to pass him. They were side by side as they completed the lap, with Busch nudging ahead of Harvick to lead lap 93.

Once again Harvick challenged Busch for the lead and the pair ran side by side. Behind them for the race for eighth Buescher was able to pass Dillon for the spot; Dillon, meanwhile, thought he had a left side tire going down. One hundred laps into the race Buescher got by Justin Lofton for the seventh spot, and continued to move forward.

With 65 laps remaining in the race there had been a total of ten lead changes between Busch and Harvick. At lap 118 Busch had a half second lead over Harvick, who was closing thanks to lap traffic, and behind them Dillon was able to pass Lofton for eighth.

Just 61 laps remained in the race when debris on the track once again put the yellow flag out over the field. The leaders came down pit road under the sixth caution of the race with Harvick winning the race off pit road followed by Busch, Hornaday, Dillon and Timothy Peters. Almirola had to serve a stop and go penalty for running over equipment.

The No. 33 of Hornaday was on the bumper of Busch as he soared by Harvick to take the lead back. Harvick, though, was able to hang with Busch and stay on his bumper.

Harvick was able to catch Busch with 35 laps to go, and running out of patience the two made contact but held their positions at the head of the field. With 20 laps to Busch had extended his lead over the No. 2 to over one second. Points leader Bodine got by Lofton for 11th.

The seventh caution of the day came out with just 17 laps left in the race for Mike Harmon, closing the gap once again between the leaders- and the rest of the field. With the laps dwindling down would Harvick be able to overtake Busch? Would anyone be able to challenge he or Busch?

As the field took the restart with 12 laps to go major damage on the front of the No. 33, with smoke coming into the cab. Harvick once again got into the back of Busch and was able to lead the lap by a nose. Buescher caught up the leaders as Harvick got Busch loose and then with nine laps to go it was Buescher to the lead!

While Buescher drove by the former leaders they continued to battle side by side, as did Peters and Hornaday further in the pack. Contact between the two sent Hornaday around and brought out yet another caution. The yellow flag set up for the green-white-checkered.

Buescher led the field to the restart on the outside but Busch was quick to take the lead back. The two ran side by side with Harvick trailing behind them. Buescher got into the back

Harvick, who had voiced displeasure with Busch on his radio, said “if I could do it all over again, I’d just hit him harder.”

Buescher was also unhappy about how Busch had raced him as they neared the checkered flag.

“Being that close is one thing, but getting it taken away from you like that is a totally different thing," Buescher said. "If you’re faster, you’re going to pass him but you don’t have to race so dirty and just flat out try to wreck you to get the lead, and that’s what he did.”

The winner simply thought it was part of the hard racing created by late race cautions.

"Last restart, green-white-checkered, you’ve got to go. … It was ugly. But the product of why I was in that position was pretty ugly as well. It just turned ugly with 15 to go,” Busch said.

The win was Busch’s 80th career NASCAR win, and his fifth of the year in the Camping World Truck Series. Rounding out the top ten were Buescher, Harvick, Crafton, Dillon, Peters, Sauter, Almirola, Bodine, and Hamilton.

Bodine remains in the points lead, 257 points ahead of Almirola and 310 ahead of Sauter with just six races remaining in the Camping World Truck Series season.

The next race for the series will be September 25th for the Smith’s Food and Drug Stores 350 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Coverage begins at 9 pm Eastern time on SPEED.

Quotes, information and statistics used in this piece were from Racing Reference,, NASCAR on SPEED and MRN Radio. Photo credit to Getty Images.