Current NASCAR Class A Champion Nick Ottinger made his move on fellow Pro driver Brandon Buchberger with 13 laps to go to take the victory in the C2C Racing Designs 120 at the Milwaukee Mile. Ottinger, who took two right side tires on his final stop at Lap 93 of the 120 lap event, led the final 12 circuits en route to his first career Truck Series win. Josh Berry was positioned on Ottinger’s back bumper and poised to make a move on the #05 Gale Force Suspension Chevrolet when the final caution of the evening came-out with two laps to go. Berry was thus credited with second place ahead of Brandon Williamson, Thomas Hazard and Chad Coleman.

It was this close between Ottinger (05) and Berry (72) before a late yellow sealed the win for Ottinger.

Eleven yellow flags slowed an action-packed race, which took one hour, 27 minutes to complete. Byron Daley  led the most laps in the race (51) but would finish one lap down in the 17th position when an incident with Buchberger took him out of contention after battling for third with eight laps remaining. Thirty-five drivers started the race with 19 of them on track when the checkered flag flew. Ottinger gained the most positions in the race after starting 28th. Patrick Fogel sat on the pole with a 29.986 second lap around the one-mile track but was relegated to a 25th place finish after a wreck sidelined the Chevrolet seven laps shy of the finish. Berry locked himself into the C2C Racing Designs 120 by putting down the quickest lap in the “Go or Go Home” Qualifying session prior to the race. Alex Ciambrone locked himself into the Trading Paints 150 at Texas by winning the Consolation Race.

The Truck Series drew a full field to the Milwaukee Mile.

Rod Merritts Jr finished sixth after a battle with Coleman and would exit Milwaukee as the Truck Series co-point leader with Hazard. Jon Adams dropped to third in points with an 11th place finish with Buchberger and Talladega winner Brandon Kettelle completing the top five in points with four events of the Truck Series in the books.

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Next up for the Truck Series is the Trading Paints 150 at the Texas Motor Speedway. Last season it was Tyler Hudson going to victory lane at the popular track. With Hudson opting not to run this season, the victory is wide open for the taking. The race goes green at 9pm Eastern on Thursday, November 12th and can be seen live on Elite Sim Racing Television.

About the Truck Series:

The Truck Series is one of iRacing’s premier independently hosted series. The Truck Series is in its third full season and is frequented by the top drivers in the sim racing community, including those from the NASCAR Series World Championship. Races throughout the 2011 season are conducted on Thursday nights with select races enjoying live flag-to-flag coverage on

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