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Xfinity Series results from Daytona

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Ross Chastain led a 1-2 finish for Kaulig Racing Friday night at Daytona International Speedway, delivering the team its first Xfinity Series win.

The top five was completed by Justin Haley, Christopher Bell, Austin Cindric and Stephen Leicht.

AJ Allmendinger’s third-place car was disqualified for failing inspection after the race. 

It is Leicht’s first top-five finish since 2007.

Brandon Brown placed sixth for his first career top 10.

Jeremy Clements finished ninth for his best result of the year.

Stefan Parsons finished 12th in his series debut.

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Results, points after the Gander RV 400 at Dover

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Martin Truex Jr. came from the rear and dominated the field to win Monday’s postponed Cup race at Dover International Speedway.

Truex claimed his third career Dover win with a 9.5 second margin of victory over Alex Bowman.

It’s Bowman’s second consecutive runner-up finish following last weekend’s race at Talladega.

The top five was completed by Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott.

Kyle Busch finished 10th to tie the series record for top 10s to start a season with 11 (Morgan Shepherd, 1990).

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Point Standings

Kyle Busch has a five-point lead over Joey Logano through 11 races.

Harvick trails Busch by 63 points.

The top five is completed by Denny Hamlin (-77) and Truex (-82).

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Results, points after Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas

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Joey Logano held off a last-lap charge from teammate Brad Keselowski to win Sunday’s Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

He beat Keselowski by 0.236 seconds to earn his 22nd career Cup win.

The top five was completed by Kyle Busch, pole-sitter Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch.

Logano led 86 of 267 laps, including the final 24. The race was slowed by only the two cautions for stage breaks.

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Points

With his victory Sunday, Logano joins Denny Hamlin and Keselowski in qualifying for the playoffs.

Logano (133 points) leads the standings.

He is followed by Harvick (-2), Hamlin (-6), Kyle Busch (-12) and Keselowski (-18).

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Xfinity race results, final point standings after Miami

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Tyler Reddick claimed the Xfinity Series title with his win in Saturday’s season finale.

Reddick led 44 laps, including the final 37, on his way to his third career win.

Reddick beat Cole Custer, John Hunter Nemechek, Daniel Hemric and Austin Cindric.

Christopher Bell finished 11th, a lap down after he pit with 10 laps to go for a flat tire.

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Elliott Sadler ended his final full-time season fifth in the standings.

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Results, stats after Xfinity playoff race at Phoenix

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Christopher Bell won Saturday’s Xfinity race at ISM Raceway, leading 94 laps after he started 38th.

Bell clinched a spot in the Championship 4 at Miami next weekend.

The top five was completed by Daniel Hemric, Austin Cindric, Matt Tifft and Ryan Preece.

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Points

With his win Bell joins Cole Custer, Hemric and Tyler Reddick in the Championship 4.

Custer got in through his win at Texas. Hemric and Reddick secured spot through points.

Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier, Matt Tifft and Austin Cindric were eliminated from title contention.

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