OPR Staff and Fan Fantasy Pick Results for NCWTS at Dover International Speedway

Photo Credit: Gary Buchanan

The story of the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway is simple – Kyle Busch dominated. It was all him most of the day as he led 150 of the 200 laps. Even when strategy caught him back in seventh, he made his way to the front quite easily.

So how did our pickers fare with his domination?


The Picks

Ashley McCubbin chose Kyle Busch and Matt Crafton. Crafton had a tire go down while running second, resulting in heavy contact with the wall and a 23rd place finish. Points: 48+22=70

Tayler Stiles chose Matt Crafton and Kyle Busch.  Points: 48+22=70

Kreistina Blinova chose Matt Crafton and Ron Hornaday. Hornaday finished 11th after running inside the top 10 most of the day. Points: 22+33=55

Kyle Magda chose Darrell Wallace Jr. and Kyle Busch. Wallace Jr. finished 16th after having a flat tire early in the race. Points: 48+28=76

Ronald Costigan  chose Matt Crafton and Kyle Busch.  Points: 48+22=70

Marshall Gabell chose Kyle Busch and Tyler Reddick. Reddick finished eighth despite battling leg soreness and ill-handling conditions. Points: 48+36=84

Justin Tucker chose Matt Crafton and Kyle Busch.  Points: 48+22=70

Terry Wagner chose Matt Crafton and Kyle Busch.  Points: 48+22=70

Christina Cordner chose Matt Crafton and Ryan Blaney. Blaney finished second after running in the top-five much of the afternoon. Points: 22+43=65

Billy Stiles Jr. chose Ben Kennedy and Ron Hornaday. Kennedy finished seventh after running inside the top-10 all day. Points: 37+33=70

Robert Hill chose Kyle Busch and Ben Rhodes. Rhodes had a good day going, when he’d get taken out in a crash on his way to finishing 22nd. Points: 48+22=70

Joni Stiles chose Kyle Busch and Johnny Sauter. Sauter ran inside the top-five all day on his way to finishing third. Points: 48+41=89


Dover Results

  1. Joni Stiles – 89
  2. Marshall Gabell – 84
  3. Kyle Magda – 76
  4. Ashley McCubbin, Ronald Costigan, Justin Tucker, Terry Wagner, Billy Stiles Jr., Robert Hill and Tayler Stiles – 70
  5. Christina Corner – 65
  6. Kreistina Blinova – 55


Final Camping World Truck Series Points

  1. Joni Stiles – 169+89=258
  2. Marshall Gabell – 166+84=250 (-8)
  3. Ashley McCubbin and Ronald Costigan – 179+70=249 (-9)
  4. Justin Tucker – 178+70=248 (-10)
  5. Kyle Magda – 172+76=248 (-10)
  6. Tayler Stiles – 166+70=236 (-22)
  7. Robert Hill – 162+70=232 (-26)
  8. Terry Wagner – 144+70=214 (-44)
  9. Christina Cordner  – 146+65=211 (-41)
  10. Kreistina Blinova – 145+55=200 (-58)
  11. Billy Stiles Jr – 121+70=191 (-67)


Congratulations to Joni Stiles on winning the OnPitRoad.com Spring NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Pick ‘Em Championship!



Note: Those who missed the first four weeks received an automatic value that is 10 points minus the lowest scored participant.

  1. Ashley McCubbin – 1505+70=1575
  2. Ronald Costigan – 1411+70=1481
  3. Tayler Stiles – 1400+70=1470
  4. Billy Stiles Jr. and Justin Tucker – 1346+70=1416
  5. Kyle Magda – 1319+76=1415
  6. Robert Hill – 1334+70=1404
  7. Marshall Gabell – 1308+84=1392
  8. Terry Wagner – 1319+70=1389
  9. Billy Zardo – 1302+55=1357
  10. Christina Cordner – 1273+65=1338
  11. Joni Stiles – 1176+89=1265
  12. Kreistina Blinova – 1223+55=1278
About Ashley McCubbin 3102 Articles
Joining OnPitRoad.com mid-2013 season, Ashley McCubbin is now the Managing Editor and contributes to each racing division as needed. Since studying journalism at the University of Guelph-Humber, Ashley has published articles on a couple of different websites, while serving as a public relations representative for different short track teams. Born in North York, Ontario, Ashley currently lives in Bradford, Ontario and spends her weekend at the local short tracks in the area. She has spent her entire life at the short track level, falling in love with the sport at the age of five. Beyond her love of short track racing, she also has grown an interest for both NASCAR and the IndyCar Racing Series. She also enjoys taking photos and working on websites, while playing a couple rounds of Candy Crush afterwards.