The two-time Xfinity Series champion from Corning, California, led the final two of 268 over-scheduled laps and capitalized on a late caution period to win in overtime and transfer to the second round of the 2023 Cup Series Playoffs.
Beginning at Darlington Raceway, Jeremy Bullins will reunite with Wood Brothers Racing to lead the No. 21 entry and Harrison Burton while Brian Wilson will reunite with Austin Cindric and work atop the No. 2 Team Penske pit box.
The 2015 Xfinity Series champion from Prosper, Texas, led 88 of 400-scheduled laps and fended off Denny Hamlin in a three-lap shootout to become the 12th different competitor to clinch a 2023 Cup Series Playoff spot by winning.
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 two-time Xfinity Series champion from Corning, California, led a race-high 41 of 75 over-scheduled laps and outlasted the field through three overtime attempts for his first win of the 2023 Cup season in Austin.
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.
The 2020 Xfinity Series champion from Mooresville, North Carolina, scored his first career victory in the 64th running of the Daytona 500 and made the 2022 Cup Playoffs en route to achieving the 2022 Rookie of the Year title.