Scott broke into the winner's ranks late in the season, taking the victory at Phoenix International Raceway as the drivers headed into the final stretch of the season.
Daytona International Speedway brought the first surprise winner of the season. Who pulled off the feat? And which drivers made trips to Victory Lane in the Camping World Truck Series this season? We take a look at the 2012 Truck race winners.
James Buescher, four wins
Buescher came into his own this Truck season. Buescher first took the win at Kansas Speedway, and then followed that up with the victory at Kentucky Speedway. He then continued his breakout season with the win at Chicagoland in July for his third win of the year. He followed that up with the victory at Kentucky to snare four wins.
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Timothy Peters, two wins
Peters kept himself in the title hunt all season with stellar runs. He first won in the always hotly contested tested race at Iowa Speedway, then followed that with a victory at the tough Bristol Motor Speedway.
Nelson Piquet Jr., two wins
Piquet certainly carved a name for himself in the series this season. Piquet tallied two wins at two tracks that are fast and difficult, Michigan and Las Vegas.
Johnny Sauter, two wins
Sauter earned another win in the Truck ranks by taking the victory at Texas Motor Speedway in early June. He followed that up with his second victory of the year, winning at the track again late in the year for the sweep.
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Ryan Blaney, one win
Blaney, 18, won the American Ethanol 200 race at Iowa Speedway to become the youngest winner in NASCAR Trucks Series history.
Todd Bodine, one win
Bodine returned to top form by taking the win at Dover International Speedway in June.
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Joey Coulter, one win
Coulter won at Pocono and celebrated with his girlfriend, Jessica Green.
Ty Dillon, one win
Dillon made his mark in the series this year. He joined the list of winners in taking the victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Cale Gale, one win
Cale Gale waited until the final race of the season to take his trophy. He went door to door with Kyle Busch to win the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Denny Hamlin, one win
Hamlin and girlfriend Jordan Fish celebrated Hamlin's lone win in the Truck series at a track where Hamlin generally excels, Martinsville Speedway.
Kevin Harvick, one win
Harvick (right) and team owner Richard Childress celebrated their first win together during the March race at Martinsville Speedway. Harvick dominated the series' second event, en route to a convincing win.
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Kasey Kahne, one win
Kahne returned to Rockingham Speedway, this time in the Truck series, and topped the field in a popular race.
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Parker Kligerman, one win
Kligerman took on the best and took the win at one of the toughest tracks for the Truck series — Talladega Superspeedway. It was his first victory after five second-place finishes.
John King, one win
King stunned the field in the season-opening race to take his first career win in the Truck series. King topped the field in a wild NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
Justin Lofton, one win
Lofton is congratulated in Victory Lane after his win at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May.