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By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service Austin Cindric collected his third consecutive NASCAR Xfinity Series win Saturday afternoon at Texas Motor Speedway after Kyle Busch’s No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota failed post-race inspection – the left rear on his car ruled too low. The Team Penske driver Cindric, who swept a doubleheader weekend at Kentucky Speedway last week, originally finished less than a second behind Busch, but the finishing order was corrected to show Cindric the winner and Xfinity Series championship leader Chase Briscoe the race runner-up. Justin Allgaier,Read 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

Posted On March 30, 2019By Motorsports TribuneIn Breaking News, Headline News, Xfinity

Kyle Busch Grabs Xfinity Series Win at Texas

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: NASCAR Wire Service On a cold, cold day in Texas, Ryan Blaney continued the hot streak of the No. 22 Team Penske Ford, winning Saturday’s My Bariatric Solutions 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race in thoroughly convincing fashion. Blaney won the first stage in a runaway, led 132-of-200 laps and beat runner-up Christopher Bell to the finish line by 2.327 seconds. The victory was Blaney’s first of the season, his first at Texas Motor Speedway and the seventh of his career. Furthermore, Blaney was the third different driver to pilotRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Not only was Saturday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway a typical NASCAR Xfinity Series event, the race would also set the field of four drivers eligible for the $100,000 Dash4Cash bonus next weekend at Bristol. When all was said and done, the four drivers that punched their ticket toward a possible payday on the high banked half-mile were Christopher Bell, Daniel Hemric, Cole Custer, and Ryan Preece, giving all three manufacturers a shot at the prize that awaits at the end of the day. “It’sRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor It’s safe to say that Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway was a successful outing for Daniel Hemric. Not only did he put himself out front and scored his best finish of the season in his No. 21 Chevrolet, he also came away as one of the top four Xfinity regulars in the field, punching his ticket into Dash4Cash eligibility. Starting almost dead last as a result of pre-qualifying inspection issues, Hemric charged his way from 35th to the lead by the halfway point in theRead More
By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Despite an early spin, Spencer Gallagher still finished inside the top-10 at Texas Motor Speedway. Gallagher, like other NASCAR Xfinity Series regulars, had an eventful My Bariatric Solutions 300. Gallagher’s No. 23 Allegiant Chevrolet Camaro SS ran well for much of the 300-mile race. An accident with 20 laps left in the second stage allowed crew chief Chad Norris to leave Gallagher on track. The split strategy earned the duo a top-10 finish in the stage. The split strategy ultimately allowed Gallagher to take theRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Justin Allgaier had been on a streak of top-three finishes heading into Texas Motor Speedway, but unfortunately for the JR Motorsports driver, that streak came to an end on Saturday after engine issues brought his day to an early conclusion. After starting eighth in the My Bariatric Solutions 300, Allgaier held his ground near the front of the field through the majority of stage one, but as the green-checkered flag neared, he reported to his team that he thought there may be a cylinder goingRead More