Xfinity Series

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent Rick Ware Racing once again teams up with Kyle Weatherman for his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut in the Alsco 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Weatherman made his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut with RWR in 2017. Since then, the Wentzville, MO native has started nine premier series races. Weatherman earned a best finish of 26th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last year. Sponsoring Weatherman’s No. 17 Chevrolet Camaro SS will be East Carolina University. The ECU Pirates previously sponsored Cody Ware and RWR’s Cup programRead More
By Jordan Bianchi, NASCAR Wire Service DAYTONA BEACH, Florida – The schedules for NASCAR’s Xfinity Series and Gander Outdoor Truck Series will have a familiar look in 2020, with both also returning to a track that it had a previous longstanding association with but have not visited for more than a decade. The Xfinity Series will return to Martinsville Speedway for its first event there since 2006, a race that will be part of a triple-header weekend featuring all three of NASCAR’s national series. The Xfinity race will be held on SaturdayRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer Joe Gibbs Racing announced Monday that current NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series rookie points leader Harrison Burton has signed an eight-race deal to run in the Xfinity Series this season, driving the No. 18 DEX Imaging Toyota Supra, beginning at Bristol Motor Speedway this Saturday. Following Bristol, Burton will also run at Iowa Speedway (June 16), New Hampshire Motor Speedway (July 20), Richmond Raceway (Sept. 20), the Roval at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Sept. 28), Dover International Speedway (Oct. 5), Kansas Speedway (Oct. 19), and Texas Motor SpeedwayRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor Now that the checkered flag has fallen at Texas Motor Speedway, the four top NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers in the field can turn their attention to next week’s opening race of the annual Dash4Cash at Bristol. While Kyle Busch was celebrating in Victory Lane, Tyler Reddick, Christopher Bell, Chase Briscoe, and Michael Annett qualified themselves for a possible $100,000 payday should they win on the half-mile, high banked bullring next Saturday. Reddick looked to be in the hunt for the win throughout the afternoon, starting theRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent Five weeks out of the NASCAR Xfinity Series and Jeffrey Earnhardt didn’t miss a beat. The series veteran earned a top-10 finish in the debut of the Xtreme Concepts, Inc Racing team. Late race pit strategy in the My Bariatric Solutions 300 left Earnhardt’s No. 81 KUIU / Light Force Toyota Supra on fresh tires. Mired deep in 14th, he had just six laps to move through the field. Earnhardt made quick work of his competitors, cracking the top-10 at Texas Motor Speedway within aRead More
By Lee Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service FORT WORTH, Texas — Kyle Busch moved one win closer to a Lone Star sweep with his victory this afternoon in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, the My Bariatric Solutions 300. While his car wasn’t the class of the field on Saturday, Busch executed a perfect launch on the final restart to take the lead. Over the final eight laps, Busch held off Tyler Reddick to secure his ninth NASCAR Xfinity Series win at Texas Motor Speedway and the 95th ofRead More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer Turn 1 at Texas Motor Speedway has become calamity corner this weekend, and it bit both Cole Custer and Brandon Jones on Lap 131 when they tangled while battling for the fourth spot during Saturday’s My Bariatric Solutions 300 and finished outside the top-30 for the first time this season. Prior to their encounter, both competitors had a dramatic race, due in most part they had near scares that could’ve possibly impacted their outcomes earlier. For Jones, who was having another strong run in his No. 19Read More
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service FONTANA, Calif. – Thanks to Cole Custer, Kyle Busch will have to wait at least one more day. With a determined run to the finish in Saturday’s Production Alliance Group 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Auto Club Speedway, Custer kept Busch at bay after a restart with 20 laps left and thwarted Busch’s march toward 200 victories across NASCAR’s top three national series. In winning for the third time in his career and the first time at his home track, the Ladera Ranch, Calif.,Read More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor “Well, ****,” Kyle Busch exclaimed over his team radio as the laps wound down during Saturday’s NASCAR’s Xfinity Series race at Auto Club Speedway. A number of laps earlier, the 199-time NASCAR National Series winner looked to be on autopilot toward win No. 200, but a trip to pit road on lap 115 changed everything. After leading 98 laps and winning the first two stages, the penultimate caution of the race brought the field to pit road for routine service, but for the No. 18 teamRead More