OnPitRoad.com Pick ‘Em Fantasy Results for Careers for Veterans 200

during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Careers for Veterans 200 at Michigan International Speedway on August 27, 2016 in Brooklyn, Michigan.

The Picks

Jeni Harris and Ronald Costigan picked Christopher Bell and William Byron. Bell finished 24th with Byron ninth. Points: 9+30=39

Parker Ledger and Ashley McCubbin picked William Byron and Matt Crafton. Crafton finished seventh. Points: 30+27=57

Brandon Feeney picked Cole Custer and Rico Abreu. Custer finished 22nd with Abreu 13th. Points: 12+20=32

Justin Tucker picked Brett Moffitt and Matt Crafton. Moffitt wonPoints: 36+27=63

Robert Hill picked Brett Moffitt and Grant Enfinger. Enfinger finished eighth. Points: 36+25=61

Tim Johnston picked William Byron and Cameron Hayley. Hayley finished fifth. Points: 30+28=58

Steve Love picked William Byron and Daniel Hemric. Hemric finished third. Points: 30+31=61

Alex George picked Johnny Sauter and Travis Kvapil. Sauter finished ninth with Kvapil 18th. Points: 28+15=43

Wally Wilson and Paul Wilson picked Cole Custer and William Byron. Points: 12+30=42

 

The Results

  1. Justin Tucker – 63
  2. Steve Love and Robert Hill – 61
  3. Tim Johnston – 58
  4. Parker Ledger and Ashley McCubbin – 57
  5. Alex George – 43
  6. Wally Wilson and Paul Wilson – 42
  7. Jeni Harris and Ronald Costigan – 39
  8. Brandon Feeney – 32

 

Summer Camping World Truck Series Standings

  1. (Points Leader Post Bristol) Justin Tucker – 380+63=443
  2. Ashley McCubbin – 373+57=430
  3. Jeni Harris – 377+39=416
  4. Ronald Costigan – 355+39=394
  5. Robert Hill – 324+61=385
  6. Parker Ledger – 313+57=370
  7. Wally Wilson – 324+42=366
  8. Steve Love – 288+61=349
  9. Brandon Feeney – 296+32=328
  10. Paul Wilson -280+42=322
  11. Alex George – 260+43=303
  12. Tim Johnston – 240+58=298

 

CONGRATULATIONS to JUSTIN TUCKER on winning the 2016 ONPITROAD.COM SUMMER FANTASY PICK ‘EM CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP. He won the championship by 13 points over Ashley McCubbin. Notably, it marks his second straight championship and he becomes the first to win multiple seasonal truck championships.

PREVIOUS SEASONAL CHAMPIONS INCLUDE: Taylor Stiles (Spring 2014), Terry Wagner (Summer 2014), Tyler Sontag (Fall 2014), Stephen Placido (Spring 2015), Ashley McCubbin (Summer 2015), Doug Townsend (Fall 2015), Brandon Feeney (Fall 2015), Justin Tucker (Spring 2016; Summer 2016)

Notably, last year was the first-time OnPitRoad.com did a full-season championship, and it was JUSTIN TUCKER that won the Camping World Truck Series Championship.

 

Full Season Camping World Truck Series Standings

  1. (Points Leader Post Kansas) Justin Tucker – 705+63=768
  2. Ashley McCubbin – 660+57=717
  3. Ronald Costigan – 638+39=677
  4. Robert Hill – 616+61=677
  5. Wally Wilson – 624+62=666
  6. Parker Ledger – 585+57=642
  7. Steve Love – 576+61=637
  8. Brandon Feeney – 590+32=622
  9. Paul Wilson – 546+62=608
  10. Jeni Harris – 564+39=603
  11. Alex George – 555+43=598
  12. Tim Johnston – 354+58=412

 

 

Summer Overall Standings

  1. (Points Leader Post XFINITY Daytona) Justin Tucker – 2439+63=2502
  2. Steve Love -2300+61=2361
  3. Ashley McCubbin – 2268+57=2325
  4. Parker Ledger – 2165+57=2222
  5. Ronald Costigan – 2160+39=2199
  6. Paul Wilson – 2131+62=2193
  7. Jeni Harris – 2130+39=2169
  8. Brandon Feeney – 2119+32=2151
  9. Wally Wilson – 2089+32=2121
  10. Tim Johnston – 1989+57=2046
  11. Robert Hill – 1884+61=1945
  12. Alex George – 1772+43=1815

 

Full Season Overall Standings

  1. (Points Leader Post Daytona Summer) Justin Tucker – 5058+63=5121
  2. Ashley McCubbin – 4994+57=5051
  3. Steve Love – 4860+61=4921
  4. Ronald Costigan – 4819+39=4858
  5. Paul Wilson – 4580+42=4622
  6. Brandon Feeney – 4579+32=4611
  7. Wally Wilson – 4528+42=4570
  8. Parker Ledger – 4496+57=4553
  9. Jeni Harris – 4338+39=4377
  10. Tim Johnston – 4208+58=4266
  11. Robert Hill – 4081+61=4142
  12. Alex George – 3771+43=3814
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.