Saturday at Pocono Raceway will mark a significant milestone in the racing career of Todd Bodine.

The two-time Camping World Truck Series champion is scheduled to make his 800th and final NASCAR national series start this weekend at the ‘Tricky Triangle.‘ Bodine will join a list of only a handful of drivers to accomplish the feat.

“There hasn‘t been a lot of guys who‘ve done it,” Bodine said. “To be able to accomplish something like that, it‘s nice to know that I‘ve had longevity and been able to do it in all three series at a competitive level. It‘s pretty special.”

A winner of 22 Truck Series races and 15 Xfinity Series races, Bodine‘s last full-time season was in 2012, but he ran limited schedules in both series from 2013-2017.

After racing full-time, Bodine joined FOX Sports in 2015 as an analyst for NASCAR RaceDay — becoming a prominent voice on the NCWTS while sitting in the broadcast booth as a color commentator on occasion.

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The #RoadTo800 ends here. We’re so proud of and happy for you, @Team_Onion! pic.twitter.com/iCUDpseVBK

— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) July 23, 2022

For the 800th time in here career @Team_Onion climbs in his Truck for his final #NASCAR start. #CRCBrakleen150 @NASCAR_Trucks @NASCARONFOX pic.twitter.com/w4Gd0yhDYL

— Pocono Raceway (@PoconoRaceway) July 23, 2022

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