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Results, points after Xfinity race at Bristol

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Tyler Reddick capitalized on Justin Allgaier‘s misfortunes and led the final 11 laps to win Friday’s Xfinity Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway.

It is his fourth win of the season.

The top five was completed by Chase Briscoe, John Hunter Nemechek, Jeremy Clements and Austin Cindric.

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Points

Reddick keeps his lead in the standings with a 55-point advantage over Christopher Bell.

The top five is completed by Cole Custer (-139 points), Allgaier (-159) and Cindric (-193).

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Results, points after Cup Series race at Michigan

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Kevin Harvick led the final 18 laps and raced his way to a win Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.

It’s his second win of the year. Both wins have come in the last four races.

After multiple drivers ran out of fuel in the closing laps, the top five was completed by Denny Hamlin, Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr. and Daniel Suarez.

The rest of the top 10 was Kyle Busch, Ryan Preece, William Byron, Chase Elliott and Alex Bowman.

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Point Standings

With his sixth place finish and a Stage 2 win, Kyle Busch leads the standing and has a 20-point advantage over Joey Logano.

After his mid-race wreck eliminated him Clint Bowyer now holds the final playoff spot in 16th with 559 points. That is six points ahead of Daniel Suarez.

Here’s a look at how the bubble looks after Michigan

15th – Ryan Newman      +16

16th – Clint Bowyer        +6

Cutoff

17th – Daniel Suarez      -6

18th – Jimmie Johnson   -12

19th – Paul Menard      -53

20th – Chris Buescher    -73

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Truck Series results, point standings after Eldora

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Stewart Friesen led the final 57 laps to win the Eldora Dirt Derby and claim his first career Truck Series victory.

The win comes in his 63rd series start.

The top five was completed by Sheldon Creed, Grant Enfinger, Mike Marlar and Todd Gilliland.

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Point standings

With Friesen’s win, six of the eight playoff spots have been secured.

Grant Enfinger, who leads the points, and Matt Crafton, second in points, currently hold the last two spot.

Driver including Kyle Busch Motorsports Harrison Burton and Todd Gilliland are outside the playoff field heading to the final regular season race at Michigan.

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Results, points after Xfinity race at New Hampshire

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Christopher Bell led 186 of 200 laps on his way to winning Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Bell beat Cole Custer to claim his fifth of the year.

The top five was completed by Justin Allgaier, Tyler Reddick and Paul Menard.

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Points

Tyler Reddick continues to lead the standings despite having two few wins than Bell and Custer.

He has a 56-point lead over Bell and 76-point advantage over Custer in third.

The top five is completed by Justin Allgaier (-146 points) and Austin Cindric (-163 points).

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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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