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The Copper World Classic is a NASCAR Super Truck series race. This race is held each year at the Phoenix International Raceway. The race was first held on the 5th of February 1995. This race was the first race where points were paid for by Super Truck which is now known as Craftsman Truck. Mike Skinner was the series' first champion in the race, defeating Terry Labonte. Terry was the Winston Cup drive and he lost the race by the spur of the second.
The Phoenix International Raceway President recently announced that the Copper World Classic would now be held under lights. The race would now be held at PIR from November 2007 and would be held under lights. The past 29 years has resulted in the change of the Copper World Classic from just a classic weekend race to one of the best races that NASCAR has ever come up with. The race now features the Silver Crown and Midget cars from the USAC Series. The November 2007 race witnessed another historical change of the Copper World Classic.
The shifting of the venues for the Copper World Classic was done to also shift the excitement and the focus of the crowd to other avenues. The first qualifying season of the last Super Truck series was won by Ron Hornaday. He won the race with a speed of 124 mph. In the final race, the 16th placed starter, Mike Skinner won the race.