Ty Gibbs Grabs an Overtime Victory at Road America

ELKHART LAKE, WISCONSIN – JULY 02: Ty Gibbs, driver of the #54 Monster Energy Toyota, celebrates in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series Henry 180 at Road America on July 02, 2022, in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

Ty Gibbs grabs an overtime victory at Road America in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Henry 180 on Saturday afternoon.

PLYMOUTH, Wis. – With a masterful pass of pole winner Kyle Larson on the final lap of overtime, Ty Gibbs won Saturday’s Henry 180 at Road America.

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Brandon Brown Gets a Breakthrough NASCAR Xfinity Series Victory

Brandon Brown gets a breakthrough NASCAR Xfinity Series victory in the Sparks 300 at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday afternoon.

Brandon Brown gets a breakthrough NASCAR Xfinity Series victory in the Sparks 300 at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday afternoon.

TALLADEGA, Ala. – As he crossed the finish line under caution on a dark race track, Brandon Brown surrendered to the emotion of his first victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

“Thank God,” Brown exulted. “We did it. We did it. We won!”

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Kyle Busch Dominates for Ninth NASCAR XFINITY Victory at Bristol

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No one else had a chance.

Other NASCAR XFINITY Series competitors in Saturday night’s 36th Annual Food City 300 might have brought fast race cars—runner-up Daniel Suarez certainly did. Continue reading

Kyle Larson Finishes Off Dominant NASCAR XFINITY Series Run at Dover

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Saturday’s One Main Financial 200 ended as it started – as a two-man show with polesitter Kyle Larson on top.

Larson and Ryan Blaney were in a class by themselves at Dover International Speedway in the 11th NASCAR XFINITY Series race of the season. In winning for the third time in six starts this season, Larson led 137 of the 200 laps to Blaney’s 28.

In fact, Larson now has three wins, a second and a third this season for an average finish of 2.5 – numbers that could rival those of another Kyle, XFINITY Series all-time victory leader Kyle Busch.

“Our cars have been really good on both sides, (Monster Energy NASCAR) Cup and XFINITY,” Larson said. “Especially XFINITY, we’ve been extremely good. We’ve done a really good job adjusting to this new (lower-downforce) aero package.

“This is the best car I’ve had here. At a lot of the tracks we’ve gone to, it seems like this is the best XFINITY car I’ve had this time around. Just a lot of fun. Hats off to (crew chief Mike) Shiplett and the rest of the mechanics at the shop and the engineers – the real reason I’m getting to run up front more often.”

A first-time winner at Dover, Larson collected the eighth victory of his career, finishing 1.173 seconds ahead of Blaney. Third-place Daniel Suarez crossed the stripe 14.078 seconds behind the race winner.

Cole Custer ran fourth, followed by Ryan Reed and William Byron, but Byron got the biggest consolation prize. The Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate collected a $100,000 bonus as the highest-finishing series regular among four drivers eligible for the prize in the last of four Dash 4 Cash events this season.

But the day belonged to Larson, who led the first 63 laps and had to win a drag race with Blaney to secure victory in the first 60-lap stage. After the second stage, won by Darrell Wallace Jr., divergent pit strategies shuffled Larson and Blaney to 13th and 14th, respectively, for a restart on lap 128.

To Blaney, that was the key moment in the race, as his No. 22 Ford lost positions in a near-wreck with Wallace and couldn’t close on Larson despite a subsequent restart on lap 141, after Blake Koch tangled with Daniel Hemric and Brennan Poole and nosed into the inside wall.

“We almost got wrecked when the 6 (Wallace) got loose below whoever that was, the white car (the No. 90 of Brandon Brown), and that actually cost us the race,” Blaney said. “That allowed Larson to get by us, and he set sail from there, even though there was another restart.“He was about three rows ahead of us, and I couldn’t run him down by the time I got to second.”


NASCAR XFINITY Series Race – OneMain Financial 200

Dover International Speedway

Dover, Delaware

Saturday, June 3, 2017

  1. (1) Kyle Larson(i), Chevrolet, 200.
  2. (2) Ryan Blaney(i), Ford, 200.
  3. (3) Daniel Suarez(i), Toyota, 200.
  4. (14) Cole Custer #, Ford, 200.
  5. (17) Ryan Reed, Ford, 200.
  6. (8) William Byron #, Chevrolet, 200.
  7. (9) Elliott Sadler, Chevrolet, 200.
  8. (18) Darrell Wallace Jr., Ford, 200.
  9. (6) Matt Tifft #, Toyota, 200.
  10. (11) Ty Dillon(i), Chevrolet, 200.
  11. (12) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, 200.
  12. (5) Brennan Poole, Chevrolet, 199.
  13. (10) Daniel Hemric #, Chevrolet, 199.
  14. (23) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 199.
  15. (26) JJ Yeley, Toyota, 199.
  16. (19) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, 199.
  17. (32) Brandon Brown, Chevrolet, 199.
  18. (25) Ben Kennedy #, Chevrolet, 199.
  19. (22) Dakoda Armstrong, Toyota, 198.
  20. (15) Brendan Gaughan, Chevrolet, 198.
  21. (20) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 198.
  22. (28) BJ McLeod, Chevrolet, 197.
  23. (29) Jeremy Clements, Chevrolet, 197.
  24. (34) Ray Black II, Chevrolet, 191.
  25. (40) Mike Harmon, Dodge, 191.
  26. (27) Jordan Anderson(i), Chevrolet, Suspension, 188.
  27. (33) Garrett Smithley, Chevrolet, Track Bar, 176.
  28. (7) Austin Dillon(i), Chevrolet, Power Steering, 175.
  29. (13) Brandon Jones, Chevrolet, Parked, 174.
  30. (21) Dylan Lupton, Toyota, 170.
  31. (24) Spencer Gallagher #, Chevrolet, 166.
  32. (16) Blake Koch, Chevrolet, Steering, 135.
  33. (36) David Starr, Chevrolet, 107.
  34. (31) Chad Finchum, Chevrolet, Engine, 105.
  35. (4) Erik Jones(i), Toyota, Engine, 100.
  36. (39) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, Overheating, 99.
  37. (30) Harrison Rhodes, Chevrolet, Engine, 91.
  38. (35) Morgan Shepherd, Chevrolet, Handling, 50.
  39. (37) Timmy Hill, Toyota, Accident, 39.
  40. (38) Jeff Green, Chevrolet, Electrical, 13.

Average Speed of Race Winner:  96.709 mph.

Time of Race:  2 Hrs, 04 Mins, 05 Secs. Margin of Victory:  1.173 Seconds.

Caution Flags:  ten for 45 laps.

Lead Changes:  seven among six drivers.

lap Leaders:   K. Larson(i) 1-63; A. Dillon(i) 64-67; K. Larson(i) 68-87; R. Blaney(i) 88-115; D. Wallace Jr. 116-122; R. Reed 123-127; D. Suarez(i) 128-146; K. Larson(i) 147-200.

Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, laps Led):  K. Larson(i) three times for 137 laps; R. Blaney(i) one time for 28 laps; D. Suarez(i) one time for 19 laps; D. Wallace Jr. one time for seven laps; R. Reed one time for five laps; A. Dillon(i) one time for four laps.

Stage #1 Top-Ten: 42,22,20,9,48,1,7,6,21,16

Stage #2 Top-Ten: 6,22,1,7,42,9,21,48,11,14

#NASCAR Camping World Truck Series JACOB Companies 200 at Dover Preview



NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams are preparing for 200 miles of racing action over 200 laps of the JACOB Companies 200 at Dover International Speedway tonight, May 13th.  FOX Sports 1 starts their pre-race coverage at 5 pm ET with a green flag around 5:30 pm ET and radio coverage is on MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90.


Will. I. Am.: Byron Gets it Started with First Career Win

William Byron had a ‘good night’ last Friday.

The Kyle Busch Motorsports driver captured his first win in only his fifth career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start. Byron, who led the first 33 laps of his career earlier in the race, retook the point on the last go-around of NASCAR Overtime to take the victory that virtually guarantees him a spot in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase. Continue reading