Kaz Grala, 18, leads the field in the Camping World Truck Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway last Friday night. Grala won the NextEra Energy Resources 250 from the pole, but not before a dramatic last-lap accident turned Matt Crafton's truck upside down as they and others fought for the lead.
With the Truck Series back in action in the Active Pest Control 200 this Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway at 4:30 p.m. ET on FS1, see which drivers sit where among the top 10 in the points standings:
Regan Smith, 31 points
Smith, 33, is a former Southern 500 champion in what is now the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. But for now, this season, all he has is a part-time ride in the Truck Series for Ricky Benton Racing. He is set to be in the field in Atlanta and for the next four races, with six more spread throughout the season.
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Christopher Bell, 33
One of the Championship 4 contenders in last year's inaugural Truck Series playoffs, Bell (left) went airborne at Daytona for the second consecutive year and later wrecked again.
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John Hunter Nemechek, 34
His father helped him get a fourth-place finish in the race when the father-son tandem drove through the last-lap melee to get near the front.
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Timothy Peters, 35
Peters ran up front much of Stage 2, but finished 17th in the race.
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Austin Wayne Self, 35
Any driver with three names is a Truck Series staple. Self drove through the last-lap wreck that took out several top contenders to finish second at Daytona.
The father of John Hunter Nemechek and notable former NASCAR Premier Series driver helped his son gain a good finish at the end -- and ended up fifth in the Daytona race himself.
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Ben Rhodes, 38
Rhodes is only one point out of third after leading 20 laps at Daytona. He was strong in the first two stages before finished 12th in the race.
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Chase Briscoe, 39
Sparks flew right in the face of Briscoe more than once on the night at Daytona, but he emerged on the other side third in the race and in the points, only three out of second.
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Johnny Sauter, 42
Sauter, the defending series champion, is second in the points on the strength of winning the first two stages of the race at Daytona. He finished 15th in the race after getting caught up in the last-lap wreck.
Kaz Grala, 56
Grala, 18, bagged a total of 56 points for his Daytona win and is 14 points out in front of the rest of the field heading to Atlanta.