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Kyle Busch holds off Allgaier to win Xfinity race at Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – Kyle Busch needed a little help to return to victory lane Saturday. First, he inherited the lead when the leaders crashed with eight laps to go. Then, on the final restart, he got the push he needed from Justin Allgaier’s teammate.

Dale Earnhardt puts aside plane crash to run at Darlington

A joyful Dale Earnhardt Jr. returned to the racetrack Saturday, finishing sixth in the Xfinity event at Darlington Raceway a little more than two weeks after he and his family escaped a plane that crash-landed in Tennessee and went up in flames.

Tyler Reddick drives from last to 1st to win Bristol

Tyler Reddick drove from last to first and won the Xfinity Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway after leader Justin Allgaier hit the wall late. Reddick, the Xfinity Series points leader, had to start last in the field because his car failed inspection four times before the race.

Christopher Bell wins Xfinity race for 2nd straight NASCAR win at Dover

Christopher Bell raced to his third Xfinity Series victory of the season, winning $100,000 for taking the checkered flag at Dover International Speedway. Bell also won the fall race last season. He won this season at Atlanta and Bristol and has 11 career wins in NASCAR’s second-tier series in just 51 starts.

Tyler Reddick holds on for Xfinity win at Talladega Superspeedway

Tyler Reddick held off Gray Gaulding in a two-lap shootout to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday for his first victory of the year. Reddick withstood a last-lap move by Gaulding to survive the caution-packed race.

Cole Custer pulls away to win NASCAR Xfinity race at Richmond

Cole Custer passed Austin Cindric with 20 laps to go and won the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Richmond Raceway. Cindric had grabbed the lead on a restart with 25 laps to go, but Custer regained the lead five laps later and pulled away for his second victory of the season.

Elliot Sadler makes return to Xfinity Series at Richmond

Virginia native Elliott Sadler made his return to racing in NASCAR’s Xfinity Series at Richmond Raceway. The 43-year-old Sadler made the first of two planned starts driving for Kaulig Racing. It was his first time in a race car since he raced in the season finale at Homestead last year. He finished 12th.

Christopher Bell wins $100,000 bonus with Bristol win

Christopher Bell earned his first career Bristol Motor Speedway victory and a $100,000 bonus with the Xfinity Series win. Bell got his second victory of the season, his 10th in 48 starts, by passing Brandon Jones with 17 laps remaining. The race was the first of four in sponsor Xfinity’s bonus program that qualifies four drivers for the $100,000 bonus in designated events.

Kyle Busch dominates to win 11th Xfinity race at ISM Raceway

Kyle Busch took the lead shortly after the start of the final stage and cruised to his second consecutive Xfinity Series victory with another dominant performance at ISM Raceway. Busch was never threatened after Stephen Leicht’s blown engine left a cloud of smoke and sent his closest pursuers, Justin Allgaier and Christopher Bell, backing into the wall with 71 laps to go.

Kyle Busch wins Xfinity race in 2OT, can chase weekend sweep

LAS VEGAS – Kyle Busch moved into position for a three-race weekend sweep in his hometown, holding on in double overtime to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday. Busch outpaced John Hunter Nemechek on the final lap, adding his record 93rd career Xfinity series win to his victory in the Truck Series race on Friday.