The 2015 Xfinity Series champion from Prosper, Texas, led the final two of 163 over-scheduled laps and benefitted in overtime with drafting help from teammate Keselowski to capture his third checkered flag of the 2023 Cup Series season in the regular-season finale.
The 2017 Cup Series champion from Mayetta, New Jersey, led a race-high 254 of 301-scheduled laps and fended off Joey Logano in a nine-lap dash to the finish to capture his first elusive victory at the Magic Mile.
The 25-year-old Byron from Charlotte, North Carolina, led the final 20 of 185-shortened laps in an event where he rallied from losing a lap by implementing a late pit strategic call to race his way to the front and claim his fourth Cup victory of the season in a rain-shortened event in the Peach State.
The 39-year-old Almirola from Tampa, Florida, led 17 of 79-scheduled laps and fended off road-ringers Allmendinger and Larson through a 15-lap dash to the finish to notch his first Xfinity victory since 2017.
Kyle Larson headlines a growing list of Cup and Xfinity Series competitors who will be pulling double duty efforts between the ARCA Menards Series West, Xfinity and Cup weekend events in Sonoma, California.
The 29-year-old Blaney from High Point, North Carolina, led a race-high 163 of 400 laps and withstood trials and challenges from Mother Nature to the on-track chaos to snap a 59-race winless drought in NASCAR's longest event on the schedule.
The two-time Cup Series champion from Las Vegas, Nevada, led three of 196 over-scheduled laps and dodged a final lap carnage amid late fuel concerns to claim his second triumph of the season and his first at 'Dega in 15 years.
The 2021 Cup Series champion from Elk Grove, California, led the final 30 of 400-scheduled laps and capitalized on a late two-tire pit stop to muscle to the lead and capture his first victory on the Paperclip-shaped short track.
The reigning two-time Cup Series champion from Middletown, Connecticut, led a race-high 140 of 260-scheduled laps and executed a final lap pass on former teammate Brad Keselowski to claim his first Cup victory of the 2023 season and at Atlanta.