The 25-year-old Custer from Ladera Ranch, California, led a race-high 96 of 202 over-scheduled laps and capitalized on an overtime shootout to win the finale in the desert state and become the 33rd different competitor to win an Xfinity Series championship.
The 37-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led 21 of 256 over-scheduled laps and went from third to first on the final lap amid an overtime shootout to claim his fourth Xfinity victory of 2023 and race his way into the Championship 4 round.
The 20-year-old Mayer from Franklin, Wisconsin, led 46 of 200-scheduled laps and capitalized on a late-race restart with 23 laps remaining to race his way into the Championship 4 with his fourth Xfinity victory of 2023 at Miami.
The 24-year-old Herbst from Las Vegas, Nevada, led a race-high 103 of 201-scheduled laps and beat runner-up John Hunter Nemechek by more than 15 seconds to claim his first Xfinity career victory in his 139th series start.
The 2018 Craftsman Truck Series champion from Grimes, Iowa, led 22 of 99 over-scheduled laps and regained the lead on the final lap amid an overtime shootout to notch his first Truck victory in three seasons and first driving for Front Row Motorsports.
The 21-year-old Smith from Talking Rock, Georgia, will be spending the final off-weekend period from NASCAR Xfinity Series competition by competing in the upcoming Truck Series Playoff event for Rackley W.A.R.
The 26-year-old Nemechek from Mooresville, North Carolina, led 38 of 200 laps and benefitted from a late skirmish involving Allgaier and Kligerman to snatch the lead with six laps remaining and secure his spot for the Playoff's Round of 8 by winning at the Lone Star state.
The 37-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led a race-high 110 of 300 laps and executed during a 44-lap dash to the finish on fresh tires to fend off Daniel Hemric, win at Thunder Valley and become the first Xfinity competitor to transfer to the Playoff's Round of 8.
The 37-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led 14 of 110 over-scheduled laps and rallied from serving a pass-through penalty amid multiple pre-qualifying technical failures to edge Creed by 0.005 seconds to achieve his first triumph at Daytona.
The 20-year-old Mayer from Franklin, Wisconsin, led eight of 86 over-scheduled laps and rallied from spinning pole-sitter Ty Gibbs while running on a low tank of fuel to overtake Sheldon Creed prior to the final lap and notch his second Xfinity Series career victory at The Glen.