A dock of 35 driver/owner points for two Stewart-Haas Racing teams and a $10,000 fine for a two-time Cup Series champion for violating NASCAR's SFI-approved specifications highlight NASCAR's penalty report following a triple-header action at Atlanta.
The 2016 Xfinity Series champion from Monterrey, Mexico, led nine of 260 laps and edged Blaney by 0.003 seconds and Kyle Busch by 0.007 seconds to snap a one-year winless drought and return to Victory Lane at Atlanta.
The 29-year-old Hill from Winston, Georgia, led the final two of 168 over-scheduled laps and prevailed in a late fuel-saving, overtime shootout for his second consecutive Xfinity victory of the 2024 season.
Daniel Dye will lead the field to green in the Craftsman Truck Series Fr8 208 race at Atlanta Motor Speedway after winning his first career pole Friday afternoon. He topped the charts with a lap time of 31.817 seconds at 174.246 mph in the No. 43 McAnally-Hilgemann Racing Chevrolet Silverado.