2017-11-17 Chase Briscoe celebrated his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win in the Ford EcoBoost 200. In a caution-free event, Briscoe, the pole winner, drove passed Ben Rhodes for the lead on Lap 96 and pulled away to finish 2.887 seconds ahead of second place, after Rhodes ran out of gas on Lap 129.
Briscoe collected the last trophy for Brad Keselowski Racing, which is closing its doors at the end of the season, and he hasn't announced plans for next year.
“To run as good as we have, week in and week out, and not just this year, This whole organization, this whole team has been good for so many years. You just don’t want to be the guy that lets them down, and I’m glad I didn’t let them down tonight,” said Briscoe. “This is a long time coming, I’am So proud of all these guys. To know that they’re not going to have a job next year, and we continued to bring really good trucks even though we were outside the playoffs, such a testament to how good these Brad Keselowski guys are. I know two years ago I was sleeping on couches, and now to be a winner in NASCAR. I wish we were in the final four. I felt like we could have been, but that’s part of the circumstances.”