Today at Atlanta Motor Speedway, seven drivers competed in the same-day doubleheader for the NASCAR Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series on the 1.54-mile oval.
Ty Dillon, Erik Jones, Daniel Suarez, Ryan Sieg, Cody Ware, Morgan Shepherd, and John Wes Townley each logged just over 451 miles of racing today across the Xfinity Series’ Hisense 250 and Truck Series’ Hyundai Construction Equipment 200.
Dillon had the best day out of the quintet of drivers with a third-place finish in the Xfinity race and then a runner-up behind winner Matt Crafton in the Truck nightcap. Dillon also leaves Atlanta as the co-leader in the Xfinity standings along with Chris Buescher.
“We just came up a little short in both races today, but all in all, it was a good run,” Dillon said to Fox Sports 1 after the Truck race.
Here’s how the other six doubleheader drivers fared in both events:
Xfinity: Finished 14th
Trucks: Finished 4th
Xfinity: Finished 13th (more details here)
Trucks: Finished 7th
Xfinity: Finished 23rd
Trucks: Finished 11th
John Wes Townley
Xfinity: Finished 27th
Trucks: Finished 12th
Xfinity: Finished 31st
Trucks: Finished 30th
Xfinity: Finished 40th
Trucks: Finished 27th