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Justin Hayley (IMS photo)
Christopher Bell was the fastest driver during Friday’s first practice session for the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, while Justin Haley led the Friday afternoon practice
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (8) battles Chase Briscoe during Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Darlington Raceway. (NASCAR Photo)
The NASCAR Xfinity Series returned to Darlington (S.C.) Raceway for the annual visit on Saturday night, with Cole Custer being declared the winner after a post-race infraction!
Tyler Reddick's throw back paint scheme.
Richard Childress Racing's Tyler Reddick will celebrate NASCAR's history at Darlington Raceway with a throwback car design honoring Kyle Petty's 1980s 7-Eleven scheme
Ford has revealed the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series Mustang.
Ford has revealed the new 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series Mustang race car.
For years, the NASCAR Xfinity Series has been the subject of more speculation than the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.
Ford Championship Weekend continues on Saturday afternoon at Homestead-Miami Speedway with the season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 for the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Christopher Bell did what he had to do Saturday afternoon at ISM Raceway
Jeffrey Earnhardt will compete in a nine-race NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule for Joe Gibbs Racing next season
FORT WORTH, Texas — Cole Custer held off Tyler Reddick in crash-bang green-white-checkered finish to win the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 Saturday evening at Texas Motor Speedway. Custer’s first victory of the season aboard the Stewart-Haas Racing Ford pushed him into the Championship 4 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs at Homestead-Miami Speedway in two weeks. It was Custer’s second Xfinity Series victory and his first came in last year’s season finale at Homestead. Custer and Reddick shared the front row for the restart with two laps remaining after the track record 13th yellow flag of the race. “The 1 (Elliott Sadler) is the best pusher in this series and I hate that I didn’t have him behind me, but it all worked out OK,” said Custer, who is the first driver locked into the Championship 4. “I’m pumped. We are going to Homestead. “We haven’t won all year, but we’ve been so close. It was frustrating but we kept going.” Reddick, aboard a JR Motorsports Chevrolet, got the jump on the restart with a push from Sadler, but Custer ran him down and pulled even. But when it looked like Reddick would hold him off, the pair touched and the 20-year-old Custer sped ahead to victory. “I got too caught up in holding the bottom and it killed my run off,” Reddick explained. “I was almost able to keep him blocked enough that he couldn’t get out in the clean air. Had we not made contact, I feel like we cost ourselves a legitimate shot at winning a race. I got a little too greedy there. Unfortunate because we could have been locked in for Homestead. Today was chaotic.” Austin Cindric finished third in a Team Penske Ford with John Hunter Nemechek fourth in a Chevrolet and Justin Allgaier fifth in another Chevrolet. Daniel Hemric won the first stage with Custer winning the second stage. Polesitter and dominant Xfinity Series driver Christopher Bell was involved in a pair of crashes, including one with Cindric, which eliminated him from the race and forced him into a must-win situation next weekend at Arizona’s ISM Raceway.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series was in action on Saturday afternoon at Michigan Int'l Speedway for the LTi Printing 250

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