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Results, Xfinity point standings after Iowa

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Justin Allgaier had a career day, leading 182 laps and sweeping all three stages in his win at Iowa Speedway.

The JR Motorsports driver claimed his seventh career Xfinity win.

Allgaier was followed by Christopher Bell, Daniel Hemric, Cole Custer and Brandon Jones.

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Points

After his second straight finish of 28th or worse, Elliott Sadler‘s point lead after 14 races is down to a four-point advantage over Custer.

The top five is completed by Hemric (-7 points), Tyler Reddick (-31) and Bell (-3).

After his win Sunday, Allgaier is sixth in the standings, 51 points back from his JR Motorsports teammate.

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Kyle Busch continues to lead Cup points standings after Michigan

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After placing fourth in Sunday’s Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway, Kyle Busch has a 75-point lead over Kevin Harvick.

Harvick is followed by Joey Logano (-98) and Brad Keselowski (-150).

Clint Bowyer, who earned his second win of the season, is fifth (-154).

With 11 races remaining in the regular season, six drivers have clinched playoff berths with victories, leaving 10 spots still up for grabs on points.

Alex Bowman (ranked 15th) holds the last provisional playoff spot, four points ahead of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

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Results, Xfinity point standings after Michigan

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Rain helped deliver Austin Dillon a win in Saturday’s Xfinity race at Michigan International Speedway.

It is his first win in his last 26 Xfinity starts.

Dillon won over Daniel Hemric, Cole Custer, Ryan Reed and Paul Menard.

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Points

Elliott Sadler has a 41-point lead over Cole Custer after finishing 30th. It is his first finish outside the top 10 this season.

Completing the top five is Daniel Hemric (-49), Tyler Reddick (-55) and Christopher Bell (-72).

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Race results, Truck Series point standings after Texas

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Johnny Sauter won his fifth race at Texas Motor Speedway and for the third time in 2018 by conserving both his fuel and tires in a 55-lap run at the end of the PPG 400.

Stewart Friesen seesawed throughout the night after leading the field to green from the pole. He finished second following a late-race charge through the field.

Justin Haley, Grant Enfinger and Matt Crafton rounded out the top five.

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Sauter’s win padded his lead to 77 points over Noah Gragson, who finished 10th at Texas.

Brett Moffit was involved in two incidents during the night and lost 30 points to the leader, but maintained his position third in the standings.

Grant Enfinger (96 points behind Sauter) and Matt Crafton (-99) round out the top five.

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Results, Xfinity point standings after Pocono Green 250

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Kyle Busch claimed his first Xfinity Series win in five starts, winning the Pocono Green 250.

Busch won over Chase Elliott, Daniel Hemric, Austin Cindric and Cole Custer.

Elliott Sadler finished sixth for his 13th consecutive top 10. He’s the only driver to finish in the top 10 in all 12 races this season.

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Points

Sadler has a 62-point lead over Custer through 12 races.

The top five is completed by Hemric (-63 points), Tyler Reddick (-64) and Christopher Bell (-79).

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