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Toyota Racing NXS Darlington – Post Race Report

Christopher Bell scored his 16th top-five finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2019 with a fourth-place result at Darlington Raceway on Saturday afternoon.

Ford Performance NASCAR: Custer and Blaney Post Top 5 Finishes in Darlington NXS Race

RYAN BLANEY, No. 12 BodyArmor Ford Mustang – “We didn’t start out great. I thought I was pretty free and got it tightened up the second stage and was pretty good. I was able to get by the 2 on the long run. I thought on the long run I was pretty good. We tightened it up there for the last stage because I was still kind of loose, but I should have known the track was gonna get tighter."

JR Motorsports — NXS Darlington Preview

Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns to NXS competition this weekend at “The Lady in Black” for the first time since a fourth-place finish at Richmond Raceway in 2018.

Haley Ready to Tame the Lady in Black in First Start at Darlington

Kaulig Racing's 2019 Throwback Scheme honors Jeff Burton's 1994 rookie season featuring the Raybestos paint scheme. This scheme is a tribute to Matt Kaulig's father, Bob, who was the Vice President of sales for over 20 years at Raybestos.

GMS Racing NXS Darlington Preview

John Hunter Nemechek and GMS Racing will utilize chassis no. 224 this weekend at Darlington Raceway. This chassis has been run four times this season by Nemechek. Atlanta Motor Speedway (start: 10th/finish: 20th), Auto Club Speedway (start: 10th/finish: 28th), Pocono Raceway (start: 23rd/finish: 12th) and lastly at Chicagoland Speedway (start: 15th/finish: 11th).

Richard Childress Racing & blu to Honor Kyle Petty’s 7-Eleven Scheme at Darlington

Richard Childress Racing's Tyler Reddick will celebrate NASCAR's history at Darlington Raceway with a throwback design honoring Kyle Petty's 1980s 7-Eleven scheme. The design scheme will prominently feature both 7-Eleven and blu, a leader in the electronic cigarette industry, that retails at 7-Eleven.

Team Penske NASCAR Xfinity Race Report – Road America

Austin Cindric and the No. 22 Menards/Richmond Ford Mustang didn’t win Saturday afternoon’s CTECH Manufacturing 180 at Road America, but he put on a show at the end of the race, driving his way from 25th to second in just two laps to pick up his third-straight top-two finish in NASCAR Xfinity Series road course action.

RCR Post Race Report – CTECH Manufacturing 180

"I wish we had that last restart back in our No. 2 Roland Chevrolet Camaro. We had a great balance on our car and ran inside the top five pretty much all day, which is a huge improvement for me on road courses. We were just chasing a little more front turn to roll through the corners better."

Toyota Racing Road America NXS Race Recap

Supra driver Christopher Bell drove to the win at the picturesque Road America in Wisconsin earlier today.

JR Motorsports — NXS Road America Preview

Michael Annett’s best NASCAR Xfinity Series finish at Road America came in 2017, when he finished a close second. The two road-course races so far this season have seen Annett earn an average finish of 10.5.

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