Friday night the NASCAR Camping World Truck headed to Kentucky Speedway for the Built Ford Tough 225.

 Austin Dillon would earn the pole but Johnny Sauter would line up next to him for the green.

The hottest driver in the sport, Kyle Busch came to Kentucky with a four race winning streak. Busch was looking to make it five wins in a row.

He would qualify fourth but after taking the checkered on his qualifying lap he was on the apron and hit a rough patch of bumps. He caused damage to his truck, the team made repairs prior to the race; per impound rules they would have to start at the rear.

At the start of the race Sauter out gunned Dillon for the lead. 

Sauter was unable to pull away from Dillon but Ron Hornaday ran them both down and was in second. He was battling Sauter for the lead when caution waved on lap 20.

Jeffery Earnhardt spun and brought out the caution. Busch who started at the rear worked his way up to 12th.

The field hit pit road and Hornaday came out with the lead but Busch would restart sixth.

 Hornaday wouldn't hold the lead for long after the restart on lap 26 as Todd Bodine was in second and wanted the lead.

Matt Crafton struggled on the second run of the race. He was real loose and lost a couple spots as he tried to just maintain position until they could make adjustments.

On lap 46, James Buescher hit the wall bringing out the second caution of the day. Todd Bodine had just taken the lead from Hornaday.

Hornaday struggled early in the night with a very loose race car at the beginning of a run later in the race he was too tight. This condition would cost him the lead after a run would begin.

Everyone hit pit road for tires, fuel and a lot of adjustments but the strategy varied. Stacey Compton would take the lead off of pit road.

On the restart Compton, Bodine and Hornaday took it three wide and to the lead. Hornaday came away with the lead but not for long, it was Busch though who took the lead on lap 55.

Bodine was not far behind in second and Hornaday shuffled back to third. Hornaday was struggling on this run he was really tight and began losing multiple spots by lap 69 he was sitting in fifth.

Caution waved on lap 77 and the leaders would hit pit road. Busch was the leader and would maintain the lead with Bodine coming off second.

Different strategies for the teams but most did not take tires on this stop as they were saving their finals sets for later in the race.

On lap 82, Todd Bodine was battling Busch for the lead. Bodine got loose and spun out in front of the entire field.

He suffered no damage but this spin would play directly into their hands.

Caution waved on lap 91 for Paddy Rodenbeck. Busch was leading some of the leaders pitted under this caution which was just outside the fuel window.

Those who pitted were Aric Almirola, Bodine, Matt Crafton, Sauter and others they did not plan on coming back to pit road.

Pit strategy would setup the finish with the top nine cars staying out and others rolling the dice on having just enough fuel.

The race then went green and with all the crew chiefs, drivers and fans wondering would there be a caution late? Does Bodine and others have enough fuel?

As the leaders hit pit road for a splash of fuel, Bodine worked his way to the lead. The nights dominating driver Busch would shuffle back to ninth.

Hornaday who looked like he had the car to beat early in the race struggled at the end of the race. They had to stop under green with a gear box issue. Hornaday ended up finishing 29th after looking strong early.

Bodine built a large enough lead with the top nine that stayed out having to pit. He was able to save enough gas and earn the win at Kentucky Speedway.                                                           

The rest of the top 10 were Sauter, Almirola, Jason White, Ricky Carmichael, Jr. Timothy Peters, Busch, Ryan Seig, Dillon and Crafton.

The season is winding down and they next head to New Hampshire on September 18 at 2:30 ET on SPEED.