Camping World Truck Series 2022 playoff-clinching scenarios for Pocono

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Camping World Truck Series 2022 playoff-clinching scenarios for Pocono
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After a thrilling race on the multi-elevational Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course two weeks ago, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series took last weekend off to prepare for the regular-season finale this weekend at Pocono Raceway — the CRC Brakleen 150 on Saturday at noon ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio — and is ready to crown the 2022 regular-season champion and set the 10-driver playoff field.

RELATED: Full at-track schedule for Pocono weekend

The following eight drivers have clinched a spot in the 10-driver postseason field: Zane Smith, John Hunter Nemechek, Chandler Smith, Stewart Friesen, Ben Rhodes, Ty Majeski, Christian Eckes and Carson Hocevar.

Can Clinch Via Points

If there is a repeat winner or a win by a driver who cannot advance to the playoffs, the following drivers could clinch by being ahead of the sixth winless driver in the standings. The same point requirements listed below would hold true if a new win comes from Ty Majeski, Christian Eckes, Carson Hocevar, Grant Enfinger or Matt Crafton.

  • Grant Enfinger: Would clinch with 8 points

  • Matt Crafton: Would clinch with 37 points

  • Derek Kraus: Could only clinch with help

  • Tyler Ankrum: Could only clinch with help

If there is a new winner from Derek Kraus or another winless driver lower in the standings but still eligible to advance to the playoffs, the following drivers could clinch by being ahead of the fifth winless driver in the standings.

  • Grant Enfinger: Would clinch with 27 points

  • Matt Crafton: Could only clinch with help

  • Derek Kraus: Could only clinch with help

Can Clinch Via Win

The following drivers would clinch on their win alone at Pocono Raceway: Grant Enfinger, Matt Crafton, Derek Kraus, Tyler Ankrum, Matt DiBenedetto, Tanner Gray, Chase Purdy, Colby Howard, Timmy Hill.

The following drivers could clinch with a win:

  • Lawless Alan: Would clinch with 60 points

  • Hailie Deegan, Dean Thompson, Austin Wayne Self, Jack Wood, Spencer Boyd and Kris Wright: Could all only clinch with help

Can Clinch Regular-Season Championship

Additionally, the 2022 regular-season championship could be clinched by the following drivers:

  • Zane Smith: Would clinch with 2 points

  • John Hunter Nemechek: Could only clinch with help

  • Chandler Smith: Could only clinch with help

The on-track activity for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Pocono Raceway will begin with practice Friday at 4:30 p.m. ET directly followed by qualifying at 5 p.m. ET. Catch both events on FS1.