Matthew Jackson

Matthew Jackson

Berry, who frequently runs late models for JR Motorsports won a late model race at Martinsville just two years ago.

“This is for all those short track guys,” Berry told FS1 post-race. “There’s a ton of them out there that are like me that have won here and at all these great short tracks around here. We can do it. We just need the opportunities. Today proved it. Yeah it’s a short track but it’s still damn hard to win here and we did it.”

Berry has been with JR Motorsports competing in their late model program since 2010 and is currently running a 12-race schedule in the Xfinity Series for JR Motorsports. With his win on Sunday, Berry becomes the first driver to earn their first Xfinity Series win at Martinsville since Jeff Burton did so in September 1990. Rounding out the top five were Noah Gragson in second, Daniel Hemric in third, Ty Gibbs in fourth and Brandon Jones in fifth.

The 250-lap race was scheduled to be run on Friday night, but rain halted the race after 91 laps and the resumption of the race began after 12 p.m. Eastern on Sunday. Nosh Gragson, who finished second scored the first $100,000 Xfinity Dash 4 Cash bonus of the season.

Ty Gibbs, who finished fourth has finished in the top five in his first three Xfinity Series starts. Rounding out the top ten were Austin Cindric in sixth, Harrison Burton in seventh, Justin Haley in eighth, Justin Allgaier in ninth and Michael Annett in tenth.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series returns to action on Saturday, April 24th at Talladega Superspeedway at 4 p.m. Eastern on FOX. Berry, Gragson, Hemric and Jones are all eligible for the Dash 4 Cash in that event.

Ryan Blaney won Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Kyle Larson, who dominated most of Sunday’s race came up just short of his second win in a row.

Blaney closed on Larson at the end of the race and took the race lead from him with nine laps remaining in the race. Driver No. 12 would go on to win by a 2 second margin over Larson who would finish second.

“We had a great long run car all day,” Blsney told Fox Sports post-race. “It took us a little bit to get going. I was pretty free all day. We made a really good change to tighten me up where I needed it and it looked like Kyle was getting loose.

Larson, who finished second won both stages and led a race-high 269 laps.

“I think Blaney just got a lot better there that last stage and it kind of changed up my flow of the race a little bit,” he told Fox Sports post-race. “I could get out to such a big lead and I could take care of my stuff and run the bottom where it was maybe slower but I could take care of my tires.”

Rounding out the top five were Kyle Larson in second, Alex Bowman in third, Denny Hamlin in fourth and and Kyle Busch in fifth.

Rounding out the top ten were Austin Dillion in sixth, Chris Buescher in seventh, William Byron in eighth, Martin Truex Jr. in ninth and Kevin Harvick in tenth.

The NASCAR Cup Series will head to Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday, March 28 at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on FOX. This will mark the first time since 1970 that NASCAR’s premier series will race on dirt.

Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Larson 

Stage 2 Winner: Kyle Larson

Race Winner: Kyle Larson

Austin Cindric won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Phoenix Raceway.

Cindric, the reigning series champion became the first driver to win more than one race this season.

Saturday’s win at Phoenix marks Cindric’s second win in a row at the track. His last win came in November of 2020 when he won to claim his first Xfinity championship.

Driver No. 22 held the lead on a restart with two laps to go after the 12th caution. Justin Allgaier got to the outside of Cindric but Allgaier would hit the wall, finishing eighth.

Rounding out the top ten were Ty Gibbs in second, Brandon Brown in third, Riley Herbst in fourth and AJ Allmendinger in fifth.

Brandon Brown, who finished third scored his best career Xfinity series finish.

Rounding out the top ten were Jeb Burton in sixth, Bayley Currey in seventh, Justin Allgaier in eighth, Brett Moffitt in ninth and Jeremy Clements in tenth.

Noah Gragson’s bad season continues after he finished 39th with an engine issue. This marks the fourth time out of the last five races that Gragson has finished 28th or worse.

Austin Cindric continues his points lead. He has a 248 points. Daniel Hemric is in second with 201 points, Jeb Burton in third with 172 points, AJ Allmendinger is fourth with 162 points and Harrison Burton is fifth with 162 points.

The NASCAR Xfinity series will head to Atlanta Motor Speedway next Saturday at 5 p.m. Eastern on FS1. 

 

Stage 1 Winner: Austin Cindric

Stage 2 Winner: Daniel Hemric

Race Winner: Austin Cindric

AJ Allmendinger won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Allmendinger took the race lead on a restart with 13 laps to go in the race and pulled away to win.

For Allmendinger, Saturday’s victory marks his sixth Xfinity career win and his second win on an oval.

Driver No. 16 led 44 of the 200 lap race.

Rounding out the top five were Daniel Hemric in second, Brandon Jones in third, Austin Cindric in fourth and Noah Gragson in fifth.

Daniel Hemric, who finished in second led a race-high 74 laps, finishing runner-up for the eighth time in his career.

Rounding out the top ten were Michael Annett in sixth, Josh Berry in seventh, Justin Haley in eighth, Harrison Burton in ninth and Jeb Burton in tenth.

Austin Cindric currently leads the Xfinity standings after four races with 191 points. Daniel Hemric is second with 170 points, Brandon Jones is third with 140 points, Jeb Burton is fourth with 133 points and Justin Haley is fifth with 128 points.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will head into Phoenix Raceway at 5:30 p.m. Eastern on March 13 with coverage on FS1.

 

Stage 1 Winner: Austin Cindric

Stage 2 Winner: Daniel Hemric

Race Winner: AJ Allmendinger

Myatt Snider took the lead on the second overtime attempt and held off Tyler Reddick to win his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race.

This marks the second week in a row that the series has seen a first time winner after Ty Gibbs’ win last Saturday on the road course at Daytona.

Snider was able to rebound in the second overtime restart to take the lead. During the first attempt, Snider spun his tires and lost the lead to Reddick before AJ Allmendinger brought out the caution.

“I guess I learned by lesson on that first restart,” Snider told FS1 post-race.

Rounding out the top five were Tyler Reddick in second, Brandon Jones in third, Daniel Hemric in fourth and Jeb Burton in fifth.

Jeb Burton’s fifth place finish is his third straight top five this season. He is the only driver to do so.

Noah Gragson’s bad luck continued on Saturday after he had the chance to win but lost in the closing laps.

David Starr had a tire go down and hit the wall. Gragson came up on Starr and slammed into the back of Starr has he slowed down, ending Gragson’s race.

“What are you going to do”? Gragson told FS1 post-race. You’ve got dip— in the way every single week.”

Gragson would finish 34th while Starr would finish 22nd.

Rounding out the top ten were Justin Haley in sixth, Brett Moffitt in seventh, Ryan Sieg in eighth, Jeremy Clements in ninth and Josh Berry in tenth.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads into Las Vegas Motor Speedway next Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: AJ Allmendinger 

Stage 2 Winner: Austin Cindric

Race Winner: Myatt Snider

Ty Gibbs, who made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut, took the race lead in the second NASCAR overtime to win Saturday’s Xfinity Series race on the Daytona road course.

“This is like a dream come true,” Gibbs told FS1 post-race.

With his win, Gibbs is the sixth driver to win in their series debut and the first to win in their series debut before racing in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Gibbs, who is the grandson of car owner Joe Gibbs, gained five spots on the overtime restart before reaching the third turn. Driver No. 54 led 14 of the 56 lap race.

Rounding out the top five were Austin Cindric in second, Daniel Hemric in third, Brandon Jones in fourth and Jeb Burton in fifth.

AJ Allmendinger, who was on of the favorites to win finished 35th after he and Austin Cindric made contact coming to the finish line for the completion of Stage 1. They made contact and the contact sent Allmendinger into the grass, tearing up the front of Allmendinger’s car. Cindric’s car was also damaged in the incident.

“He drove me down to the grass,” Cindric said on his team radio after the contact. “I don’t like that. It’s Stage 1. I don’t want to do that.”

Rounding out the top ten were Harrison Burton in sixth, Miguel Paludo in seventh, Brandon Brown in eighth, Justin Haley in ninth and Jeremy Clements in tenth.

Notable Riley Herbst finished 38th. Herbst was running fourth coming to the end of Stage1 when he ran into the grass to avoid from hitting AJ Allmendinger’s car and his got torn up by the grass.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will head to Homestead-Miami Speedway next Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Eastern.

Stage 1 Winner: Austin Cindric

Stage 2 Winner: Ty Gibbs

Race Winner: Ty Gibbs

Austin Cindric won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity series season opener at Daytona International Speedway.

The reigning Xfinity series champion held off the field in an overtime restart to win.

“What a way to kick off the season,” Cindric told FS1 post-race.

Saturday’s victory at Daytona is Cindric’s ninth Xfinity Series win of his career. He’ll also make his NASCAR Cup Series debut in Sunday’s Daytona 500.

Rounding out the top five were Brett Moffitt in second, Harrison Burton in third, Jeb Burton in fourth and AJ Allmendinger in fifth.

Harrison Burton, who finished third gave him his third top-five finish in all three of his starts.

The overtime restart was set up by a crash that occurred when Jeb Burton got into Landon Cassill and sent Cassill into the wall. Tommy Joe Martins was also involved in the crash.

Some favorites to win the race were taken out in a crash with 14 laps to go. Ty Dillion made contact with his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Daniel Hemric. Justin Haley, Justin Allgaier and Riley Herbst were among those involved in the incident as well.

“I’m sorry guys,” Ty Dillion told his team on the radio after the crash.

Rounding out the top ten were Brandon Brown in sixth, Myatt Snider in seventh, Brandon Gdovic in eighth, Daniel Hemric in ninth and Jason White in tenth.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will race on the Daytona road course next Saturday at 5 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: Brandon Jones
Stage 2 Winner: Brett Moffitt
Race Winner: Austin Cindric

Austin Cindric won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race and captured the championship at Phoenix Raceway.

Cindric passed Justin Allgaier on the final lap of the race to win the race and claim his first Xfinity Series championship.

The overtime restart was set up when championship contender Chase Briscoe spun out with just three laps to go. Allgaier would restart in the lead after deciding to stay out under caution. Cindric would came to pit road, giving up his lead. Cindric would restart third.

The two drivers made contact with Noah Grayson coming to the white flag as Cindric made it three wide between Allgaier and Gragson.

“I’m speechless. I’m pretty humbled by the effort,” Cindric told NBCSN post-race.

Rounding out the top five were Noah Gragson in second, Brandon Jones in third, Michael Annett finished fourth and Justin Allgaier finished fifth.

For Cindric, this marks his sixth victory of the 2020 season. Driver No. 22 will return to his Xfinity Series ride next year before going to Cup in 2022.

Chase Briscoe, who won a Xfinity Series-high of nine races, finished ninth.

“Frustrating day,” Briscoe told NBCSN post-race. “I’ve got to do a lot better job coming here. Something about this place I struggle with.”

Rounding out the top ten were Harrison Burton in sixth, Ross Chastain in seventh, Justin Haley in eighth, Chase Briscoe in ninth and Jeremy Clements in tenth.

Harrison Burton, who finished sixth won the rookie of the year title. 

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will kick off their 2021 season at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 13, 2021.

 

Stage 1 Winner: Chase Briscoe

Stage 2 Winner: Austin Cindric

Race Winner: Austin Cindric

Harrison Burton won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Martinsville Speedway for his second consecutive victory.

With his win on Saturday, Burton (20) became the youngest driver ever to win at the paperclip. His father, Jeff Burton previously held the record at 23 years old.

“Martinsville is one of those places that’s really cool to win at,” Burton told NBC Sports after his win.

For Burton, this marks his fourth victory of the 2020 Xfinity Series season.

Rounding out the top five were Justin Allgaier in second, Noah Gragson in third, Jeb Burton in fourth and Ross Chastain in fifth.

Saturday’s race was also the last race in the Round of 8, setting the four drivers to race for a championship next weekend in Phoenix. Austin Cindric, Chase Briscoe, Justin Allgaier and Justin Haley all transferred to the championship race at Phoenix.

For Briscoe, Cindric and Haley this will be their first championship appearance. Allgaier on the other hand has had four appearances in the title race.

Ross Chastain, Brandon Jones, Noah Gragson and Ryan Sieg all chances of them running for a championship this year are over.

Saturday’s Xfinity Series race was the first at Martinsville since 2006.

Rounding out the top ten were Riley Herbst in sixth, Chase Briscoe in seventh, Michael Annett in eighth, Brandon Jones in ninth and Austin Cindric in tenth.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series championship race will be held on Nov. 7 at Phoenix Raceway at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN. 

 

Stage 1 Winner: Noah Gragson

Stage 2 Winner: Ross Chastain

Race Winner: Harrison Burton

Brett Moffitt won Saturday’s NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway. The 2019 series champion became the first driver to clinch a spot into the championship race at Phoenix Raceway next month.

Driver No. 23 held the race lead in an overtime restart against his teammate Zane Smith.

Smith would cause the need for an overtime finish after he made contact with Moffitt as they battled for the race lead. Smith’s truck made contact with the Turn 3 wall.

After the race, Moffitt took blame for the incident.

“Got to apologize to the 21 for trying to block him, but we were racing hard for a championship spot.” Moffitt told FS1 post-race. “A bad block by me. It’s my fault.”

Rounding out the top five were Sheldon Creed in second, Austin Hill in third, Grant Enfinger in fourth and Chandler Smith in fifth.

Hailie Deegan, who made her truck series debut, finished 16th. Her finish is the best finish by a female in their truck series debut. While the race was going on, it was announced that Deegan will run the series full-time starting in 2021.

Rounding out the top ten were Christian Eckes in sixth, Timothy Peters in seventh, Matt Crafton in eighth, Derek Kraus in ninth and Trevor Bayne in tenth.

The NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series heads into Texas Motor Speedway on October 25th at noon ET.

 

Stage 1 Winner: Sheldon Creed

Stage 2 Winner: Sheldon Creed

Race Winner: Brett Moffitt

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