The Camping World 200 is a swept since 1998 car race in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, which takes place at the Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Illinois. The race covers a distance of 200 miles ( 321.87 kilometers ), which means that drivers have to drive 160 laps. In 2004 there was a " Green- White- Checkered Finish ", while the race was extended to 14 rounds, but all of these rounds were almost driven under a yellow flag, as it the " Green- White- Checkered Finish " only two "green round " is. It was one of the longest extensions of the race. Ted Musgrave is the only driver who was able to win this race more than once. He managed in the years 2001 and 2005.
In the 2007 season, the race was one of the key for the championship, as the as points leader after Madison, Illinois -traveled Mike Skinner due to a puncture only 28 was and Ron Hornaday Jr., who finished second, the guide was able to take in the points standings. Skinner was previously seven months overall leader.