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The UNOH Truck Race is held as the UNOH 200 and the UNOH 225, both part of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The UNOH 200 is held each year at the Bristol Motor Speedway and is the older of the two UNOH races. It was first held in 1995 and is one hundred and six miles long. The race has been held under many names, most recently as the O'Reilly 200 from 2003 to 2011. This race and its sister race, the UNOH 225, can be seen live after buying UNOH Truck Race tickets.
The UNOH 200 is held in Bristol, Tennessee, a night prior to the Irwin Tools Night Race, part of the Sprint Cup Series. The first edition of the race was one hundred and fifty laps long. This was raised to two hundred in 1996. The first winner of the race was Joe Ruttman, who won it in 1995 as a member of the Irvan–Simo Racing team. In 1996, the race was won by Rick Carelli, riding a Chevrolet, followed by Ron Homaday Jr in 1997, also riding a Chevrolet. He also won the race in 1998, with the 1999 UNOH 200 race won by Jack Sprague of Hendrick Motorsports and driving a Chevrolet. Fast forward to 2011, and that year's race was won by Kevin Harvick of Kevin Harvick Incorporated, also driving a Chevrolet.
In 2012, this UNOH Truck Race was won by Timothy Peters of the Red Horse Racing, driving a Toyota. The 2013 race was also won by a Toyota driver, though it was Kyle Busch of Kyle Busch Motorsports. The race has been extended five times during its history. Kyle Busch, the current champion, has won the race the largest number of times, having won the race consecutively from 2008 to 2010. Toyota holds the record for the most manufacturer wins, at seven.
UNOH 225 is a more recent race, introduced in 2011. It is also part of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and is held at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. Unlike UNOH 200, UNOH 225 is a two hundred and twenty five mile long race, but with fifty less laps. The race was introduced in 2011 as part of NASCAR's schedule realignment, with Kentucky chosen as the venue. The speedway has also held races such as Kentucky 201. The first race was won by Kyle Busch, who holds the record for the most wins of the UNOH 200. He won the race in a green–white–checkered finish, even though John Sauter won the pole position. In 2012, the race was won by James Buescher of Turner Motorsports, driving a Chevrolet. He finished the race in one hour fifty one minutes, with an average speed of one hundred and twenty one. The 2013 winner of the race was Ty Dillon of Richard Childress Racing, driving a Chevrolet. He won the race in one hour and forty five minutes, with a one hundred and twenty seven average speed.
Both these amazing races, Bristol's UNOH 200, and Kentucky's UNOH 225, can be seen live after buying UNOH Truck Race tickets.