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Results, Xfinity point standings after New Hampshire

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Christopher Bell triumphed over Brad Keselowski to win Saturday’s Xfinity race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and claim his third win of the season.

The top five was rounded out by Ryan Preece, John Hunter Nemechek and Matt Tifft.

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Points

Despite Christopher Bell claiming a stage win and the race victory, Daniel Hemric left the “Magic Mile” with the points leads.

Hemric has a six-point lead over Bell and a seven-point lead over Elliott Sadler, who had led the standings following 15 of the first 17 races of the season.

The top five is completed by Cole Custer (-13 points) and Justin Allgaier (-48).

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Results, Xfinity points after Coca-Cola Firecracker 250

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Kyle Larson was ruled the winner of a photo finish between him and Elliott Sadler in Friday’s Xfinity race at Daytona after Justin Haley‘s three-wide pass coming to the finish line was declared illegal.

The win is Larson’s third in four starts this season.

Sadler has placed second in the last three Daytona races.

The top five was completed by Christopher Bell, Ryan Blaney and Kaz Grala.

After his illegal pass, Haley was credited with an 18th-place finish.

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Points

After his 10th top five of the season, Elliott Sadler has 12-point lead over Daniel Hemric through 16 races.

The top five is completed by Cole Custer (-26 points), Christopher Bell (-35) and Justin Allgaier (-54).

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Results, stats for Cup race at Sonoma

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Martin Truex Jr. led the final 20 laps to capture the win Sunday at Sonoma Raceway.

Truex claimed his third Cup win of the season and his second career win at the road course.

He defeated defending race winner Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch.

Truex’s win snaps a nine-year streak without a repeat winner at Sonoma.

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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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Results, stats for Cup race at Michigan

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Rain delivered Clint Bowyer his second Cup win of the season Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.

Bowyer led a 1-2-3 sweep by Stewart-Haas Racing as he beat Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch.

It’s the first 1-2-3 finish for SHR, which has been a three-car team since 2013.

Kyle Busch and Paul Menard rounded out the top five.

Fords took seven of the the top eight.

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