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Results, point standings after Xfinity regular-season finale

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Ross Chastain survived three restarts inside the final 20 laps to score his first Xfinity Series win Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Chastain led 180 of 200 laps on the way to winning the DC Solar 300.

He beat Justin Allgaier, Cole Custer, Christopher Bell and Elliott Sadler.

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Points

Saturday’s race marked the regular-season finale and finalized the 12-driver playoff field.

Allgaier secured the regular-season title and 15 bonus playoff points.

The top five through 25 races is Allgaier, Custer (-44 points), Bell (-48), Sadler (-69) and Hemric (-78).

The remaining seven drivers who will compete in the playoffs are Brandon Jones, Tyler Reddick, Ryan Truex, Matt Tifft, Chastain, Austin Cindric and Ryan Reed.

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Results, stats, points after Xfinity Bristol race

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Kyle Larson led 202 of 310 laps and swept every stage on his way to winning the Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

He was followed by Christopher Bell, Justin Allgaier, Cole Custer and Joey Logano.

Larson’s win is his fourth in six Xfinity starts this season.

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Results, Xfinity points standings after Texas

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Ryan Blaney won the My Bariatric Solutions 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, earning his first Xfinity Series win of the season.

He won over Christopher Bell, Daniel Hemric, Cole Custer and Ryan Preece.

Blaney led 132 of 200 laps from the pole.

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Points

Through six races, Elliott Sadler leads the point standings after earning his sixth top 10.

He has an 11-point lead over JR Motorsports teammate Tyler Reddick.

Completing the top five is Christopher Bell (-20), Daniel Hemric (-25) and Justin Allgaier (-32).

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Race results, point standings after Xfinity Series opener at Daytona

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Tyler Reddick began his tenure with JR Motorsports in the Xfinity Series by coming out on top in the closest finish in national NASCAR series history.

Reddick beat Elliott Sadler by 0.000 to win the season opener at Daytona International Speedway. It is his second career win.

The top five was completed by Ryan Reed, Kaz Grala and Garrett Smithley.

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With his win, the 22-year-old driver leaves Daytona with a nine-point lead over Sadler.

Completing the top five in the standings are Spencer Gallagher (-11), Ryan Truex (-15) and Reed (-16).

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Final 2017 Cup points standings after Miami

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Martin Truex Jr. completed the 2017 season with his first Cup title after winning the Ford EcoBoost 400.

Truex finished the season with 5,040 points. He also won Furniture Row Racing its first NASCAR title.

Kyle Busch finished second in the race and the points standings (5,035).

Kevin Harvick placed fourth in the race and third in the standings (5,033). Brad Keselowski completed the Championship 4 as he finished seventh in the race (5,030).

Chase Elliott, who was eliminated following the Round of 8, finished the season in fifth (2,377).

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