Kyle Busch scored his 100th NASCAR Xfinity Series victory on Saturday at Nashville Superspeedway.
Busch held off Justin Allgaier on two restarts in the final 10 laps to score the win.
With his win on Saturday, Busch becomes only the third NASCAR national series driver to win 100 or more races. Richard Petty is first with 200 wins, David Pearson is second with 105 wins and Kyle Busch is third with his 100 NASCAR Xfinity Series wins.
Busch, who started the race from the pole, led 122 of the 189 lap race. The race was extended 1 lap due to a late race incident.
Rounding out the top five were Justin Allgaier in second, Harrison Burton in third, Josh Berry in fourth and AJ Allmendinger in fifth.
Austin Cindric, who won the first stage of the race, saw his day end when he was involved in an incident with 30 laps to go when Michael Annett and Daniel Hemric collided. Annett’s car came down the track and collected Cindric’s car in the back, sending him into the wall.
Rounding out the top ten were Brandon Brown in sixth, Jeb Burton in seventh, Noah Gragson in eighth, Austin Hill in ninth and Riley Herbst in tenth.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series will race at Pocono Raceway on June 27th at 12:00 p.m. Eastern on NBCSN
Stage 1 Winner: Austin Cindric
Stage 2 Winner: Kyle Busch
Race Winner: Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch scored his 99th NASCAR Xfinity Series win on Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway.
Busch, who led 94 of the 171 lap race, pulled away during an overtime restart to win on Saturday.
Busch, who is the all-time winningest driver in the NASCAR Xfinity Series will have the chance to score his 100th Xfinity Series victory next Saturday at Nashville Superspeedway.
Joe Gibbs Racing scored their 15th Xfinity Series win on Saturday. That achievement ties for the most Xfinity Series wins at a track. Roush Fenway Racing has 15 Xfinity Series wins at Darlington Raceway.
Rounding out the top five were Justin Allgaier in second, Austin Cindric in third, Daniel Hemric in fourth and Brandon Jones in fifth.
Justin Allgaier, who finished second scored his fourth top-three place finish in the last six races. Daniel Hemric, who finished fourth, finally ended his streak of finishing outside of the top 10. Noah Gragson, who finished seventh snapped a streak of four straight races of finishing outside the top 10.
Rounding out the top ten were AJ Allmendinger in sixth, Noah Gragson in seventh, Brett Moffitt in eighth, Justin Haley in tenth and Michael Annett in tenth.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series will return to Nashville Superspeedway next Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on NBCSN.
AJ Allmendinger won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio in overtime.
Allmendinger won in dominating fashion, passing Ty Gibbs in overtime to win on Saturday. Gibbs would go on to finish third after Justin Haley passed him in overtime to finish second.
With his win on Saturday, Allmendinger ties Marcos Ambrose for most Xfinity road course series wins with five total.
Rounding out the top five were Justin Haley in second, Ty Gibbs in third, Brandon Jones in fourth and Andy Lally in fifth.
This marks Allmendinger’s second win of the year and Kaulig Racing’s third win of the year. Allmendinger’s first win of the year came at Las Vegas.
Rounding out the top ten were Brandon Brown in sixth, Michael Annett in seventh, Josh Berry in eighth, Ryan Sieg in ninth and Josh Williams in tenth.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series will race at Texas Motor Speedway next Saturday at 4 p.m. Eastern on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: AJ Allmendinger
Stage 2 Winner: Justin Haley
Race Winner: AJ Allmendinger
Ty Gibbs won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Gibbs overcame a spin late in the race to win his second win of the season.
Gibbs, who is running a partial schedule for Joe Gibbs Racing in the Xfinity Series, has won two out of his last six starts with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Gibbs pulled ahead from Chase Briscoe with 20 laps to go in the race for the lead. Briscoe would slide up into the wall and make contact after an incident.
“i didn’t hit him. I absolutely helped him out with him getting lose there and it was not my intention,” Gibbs told FS1 post-race.
Rounding out the top five were Austin Cindric in second, Harrison Burton in third, Brandon Brown in fourth and Tyler Reddick in fifth.
Rounding out the top ten were Chase Briscoe in sixth, Ty Dillion in seventh, Brandon Jones in eighth, Brandon Jones in ninth, Jeremy Clements in tenth.
Stage 1 Winner: Daniel Hemric
Stage 2 Winner; Daniel Hemric
Race Winner: Ty Gibbs
John Hunter Nemechek won Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Nemechek was able to hold off late charging Carson Hocevar in second to win at Charlotte.
“How about this crowd? It’s awesome to have all you guys back. It’s spot cool to have the crowd here,” Nemechek told FS1 post-race.
Driver No. 4 had a good margin over second place when his truck was hit from debris from a bad wreck involving Johnny Sauter and Trey Hutchens III on Lap 115 of Lap 134.
Despite the damage to the roof of Nemechek’s truck, he was able to hold off Carson Hocevar in the final 10 laps for his ninth career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory.
“Second is bittersweet, You’re the first loser but you also run second. It’s a good points day,” Carson Hocevar told FS1 post-race.
With his win on Friday, Nemechek picks up the final $50,000 bonus from the Triple Truck Challenge.
Rounding out the top five were Carson Hocevar in second, Ben Rhodes in third, Stewart Friesen in fourth and Todd Gilliland in fifth.
Rounding out the top ten were Chandler Smith in sixth, Ty Majeski in seventh, Derek Kraus in eighth, Austin Hill in ninth and Zane Smith in tenth.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will head into Texas Motor Speedway in the running of the SpeedyCash.com 200 on Saturday, June 12th at 1:00 p.m. Eastern on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: Sheldon Creed
Stage 2 Winner: Zane Smith
Race Winner: John Hunter Nemechek
Austin Dillion led in Friday’s NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 practice session.
Rounding out the top five were Alex Bowman in second (180.807 mph), Kyle Larson in third (180.807 mph) Erik Jones in fourth (180.318 mph) and Joey Logano in fifth (180.096 mph).
Erik Jones led most of the practice session up until Kyle Larson went to the top of the board with seven minutes remaining and then Austin Dillion went to the top of the charts with an average speed of 180. 934 mph.
Kyle Larson, who ended practice third fastest, posted the fastest average speed at 179.006 mph.
Kyle Busch completed the most laps in the practice session (46).
Rounding out the top ten were Daniel Suarez in sixth, Tyler Reddick in seventh, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in eighth, William Byron in ninth and Kyle Busch in tenth.
There were no on track incidents during the practice session.
Qualifying for Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 will take place tomorrow at 11:05 a.m. Eastern on FS1.
Todd Gilliland won Saturday’s inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Circuit of the Americas.
Gilliland pulled away from the field in the final laps of the race and would go on to win by 7.9 seconds.
For Gilliland, this marks his second career Truck series win. His first career win came at at Martinsville Speedway in October 2019. Saturday’s win also marked the first Truck Series win for Front Row Motorsports.
Gilliland won the first stage, beating Kaz Grala on the final lap of the first stage of the race. Gilliland would have to restart at the end of the field at the second stage after he was penalized for having too many pit crew members over the wall too soon.
Saturday’s race started in the rain and ended under sunny conditions.
Rounding out the top five were Kaz Grala in second, Tyler Ankrum in third, Grant Enfinger in fourth and Sheldon Creed in fifth.
Rounding out the top ten were Sam Mayer in sixth, Carson Hocevar in seventh, Zane Smith in eighth, Austin Hill in ninth and Ben Rhodes in tenth.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will head into Charlotte Motor Speedway next Friday at 8:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: Todd Gilliland
Stage 2 Winner: Ben Rhodes
Race Winner: Todd Gilliland
Austin Cindric won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover International Speedway.
Cindric passed Justin Allgaier for the race lead with 51 laps to go in the race.
With his win on Saturday, Cindric is a 3-time winner this season and 11 wins total in his career.
“It is hard to believe but starting 16th at this joint it isn’t easy to pass,” Cindric told FS1 post-race. “We just kept at it the whole time. We made the right adjustments on pit stops and I feel like I have learned a lot about this race track.”
Rounding out the top five were Josh Berry in second, Justin Allgaier in third, AJ Allmendinger in fourth and Ty Gibbs in fifth.
Josh Berry, who finished second earned the $100,000 Dash 4 Cash bonus.
Rounding out the top ten were Harrison Burton in sixth, Michael Annett in seventh, Ryan Sieg in eighth, Daniel Hemric in ninth and Brandon Brown in tenth
Ryan Sieg, who finished eighth was his third top ten in a row.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series will run its inaugural race at Circuit of the Americas on May 22nd at 4:00 p.m. Eastern on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: Justin Allgaier
Stage 2 Winner: Josh Berry
Race Winner: Austin Cindric
Justin Allgaier won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Darlington Raceway.
Allgaier took the lead on the overtime restart and would go on to win his second Xfinity Series win of the season at Darlington Raceway.
“You realize we just checked oﬀ two boxes,” Allgaier told his team post-race. “We just won at Darlington and Atlanta! Heck yeah! That is awesome, awesome, awesome. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you.”
For Allgaier, this marks his second win in the last four races. His first win of the season came at Atlanta.
Rounding out the top five were Josh Berry in second, Brandon Jones in third, Daniel Hemric in fourth and Jeremy Clements in fifth.
Josh Berry, who finished second scored his second top five place finish of the season. His previous top five was his win at Martinsville.
Noah Gragson, who originally crossed the fish line fourth and won the $100,000 Dash 4 Cash bonus, was disqualified after his car failed post-race inspection. AJ Allmendinger, who finished 12th would be credited with the Dash 4 Cash bonus after Noah Gragson was disqualified.
Rounding out the top ten were Michael Annett in sixth, Brett Moﬃtt in seventh, Ryan Sieg in eighth, Alex Labbe in ninth and Harrison Burton in tenth.
Championship contender Austin Cindric finished 30th after he was in a crash on the last lap of the race.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series will race at Dover International Speedway next Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: Austin Cindric
Stage 2 Winner: Harrison Burton
Race Winner: Justin Allgaier
Kyle Busch won Saturday’s night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway.
Busch went from fourth place to the lead on the final overtime restart to win the race.
“All the restarts were hectic for us,” Busch said post-race. “Anytime we started on the front row, we would always go backwards. It would just not fire on the restarts for whatever reason. We definitely had a really good strong long run truck. Those restarts were just nor for us. We made it work on that last one.”
Driver No. 51 lost the race lead to Ross Chastain on the first overtime restart but a caution would come out and their would be a second attempt at overtime. Busch started on the outside lane of row 2 and went to the top lane to pass Chastain and Austin Hill for the race lead. Busch would take the lead off Turn 4 with two laps to go and go onto win his second race of the 2021 season and his 61st in the series.
Busch led 59 of the 140 lap race.
Rounding out the top five were Ross Chastain in second, Austin Hill in third, Christian Eckes in fourth and John Hunter Nemecheck in fifth.
Austin Hill, who finished third place finish is his fifth top-10 finish this year.
Rounding out the top ten were Todd Gilliland in sixth, Zane Smith in seventh, Raphael Lessard in eighth, Johnny Sauter in ninth and Ben Rhodes in tenth.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will race at Darlington Raceway on Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Busch
Stage 2 Winner: Kyle Busch
Race Winner: Kyle Busch