Xfinity Series

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent  Despite contact on pit road and a gamble on fuel mileage, Noah Gragson matched his career best finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. As the LTi Printing 250 at Michigan International Speedway came down to who was the best at saving fuel, Gragson was in perfect position. He was running just outside the top-five as the two leaders were forced to pit. As his JR Motorsports teammate Michael Annett struggled to catch eventual race winner Tyler Reddick, Gragson and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regularRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent A late-race spin could not keep Chase Briscoe from bouncing back as he earned a top-10 finish at Michigan International Speedway. After his spin, Briscoe restarted at the rear of the field in the LTi Printing 250. The NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie was one of the only drivers with enough fuel for the final 44 laps. Briscoe’s No. 98 Nutri Chomps / Blain’s Farm & Fleet Ford Mustang quickly moved up through the field. With 20 laps to go, Briscoe broke back into the top-10.Read More
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service BROOKLYN, Mich. – “Three” was the magic number in Saturday’s LTI Printing 250 at Michigan International Speedway, and that was just fine with Tyler Reddick. The NASCAR Xfinity Series leader—one of the so-called “Big Three” in the series this year—saved enough fuel over the closing 44-lap green-flag run to win for the third time this season, matching fellow Big Three members Christopher Bell and Cole Custer for most so far this year. After Custer and Bell pitted for fuel from the top two positionsRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent For the first time in his NASCAR career, Riley Herbst will pull double duty at Michigan International Speedway. Herbst will drive the No. 18 Monster Energy Toyota Supra in the NASCAR Xfinity Series LTi Printing 250 and the No. 18 Monster Energy Toyota Camry in the ARCA Menards Series VizCom 200 for Joe Gibbs Racing. The 20-year-old has two ARCA starts at the 2.0-mile track. He finished runner-up after leading seven laps in last year’s ARCA race at Michigan. “I can’t wait to get onRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer “The Tricky Traingle” had a lot to offer, both good and bad, for Xfinity Series points leader Tyler Reddick, who had his work cut out for in Saturday’s Pocono Green 250, leading a single lap in the 103-lap contest. Fresh off a victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway last Saturday, Reddick appeared to be on his way of scoring back-to-back victories, but on the final turn of the final lap, his No. 2 Tame the Beast Chevrolet Camaro got sideways, allowing Cole Custer got get byRead More
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Cole Custer led 59 laps from the pole and, at one point in Saturday’s Pocono Green 250, held a lead of more than 13 seconds, but it took a pass through the final corner in overtime for the driver of the No. 00 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford to win his third NASCAR Xfinity Series race of the season. Series leader Tyler Reddick had grabbed the lead from Custer moments after the overtime restart on Lap 102. Custer gave chase and, one lap later, took fullRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent Joe Gibbs Racing standout Christopher Bell recovered from an early spin to finish in the top-five at Pocono Raceway. On the final two restarts for the Pocono Green 250, Bell found himself in the middle of the hornet’s nest. The NASCAR Xfinity Series driver was ahead of the spinning Justin Allgaier on the first attempt to finish the 250-mile race. Bell slipped backward however as Allgaier spun in the middle of the field. Bell’s No. 20 Rheem Toyota Supra was stuck in the middle ofRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer Results wise, Pocono Raceway has been one of Brandon Jones’ weakest tracks in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. The negative trend continued in Saturday’s Pocono Green 250 after an early crash resulted in a last-place finish. It wasn’t all gloom for Jones, who had tremendous seventh-place qualifying start and after having a phenomenal start, he was already up to fourth in the running order. Therefore, an early bid for his third top-five of the season looked promising, with his last top-fives taking place in the firstRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent NASCAR Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year contender John Hunter Nemechek will be in a back-up car for the Pocono Green 250. As a result, he will start from the rear of Saturday’s race. Five laps into the first practice at Pocono Raceway, Nemechek’s red and white No. 23 ISM Connect Chevrolet Camaro SS broke loose in turn two. The GMS Racing driver made hard contact with wall, forcing the team to a back-up car. Nemechek was 16th fastest on the speed charts in the firstRead More