Xfinity Series points standings

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Lead dips, but Buescher still No. 1 in Xfinity

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Chris Buescher remains atop the Xfinity Series points standings, but saw his lead dip slightly after Saturday’s VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 at Kentucky Speedway.

Buescher now has a 19-point lead over No. 2 ranked Ty Dillon, and leads third-ranked Chase Elliott by 25 points.

Here’s how the points look after Kentucky:

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Elliott moves into second, 21 points behind Buescher after win

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Chase Elliott‘s first win of the 2015 Xfinity Season earned him one spot in driver standings, putting him second behind Chris Buescher, who now leads by 21 points.

Ty Dillon now sits third. Brian Scott improved by two spots into sixth.

 

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Buescher retains 24-point lead in Xfinity standings after Mid-Ohio race

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Chris Buescher wasn’t able to defend his Mid-Ohio win from 2014, but the Roush Fenway Racing driver retains his 24-point lead in the driver standings after finishing fourth, in-between Ty Dillon and Chase Elliott.

Regan Smith gained six points on Buescher, but is still in fourth, 51 points back.

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Chris Buescher remains atop Xfinity standings after Chicagoland

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Chris Buescher continues to lead the Xfinity Series points standings after Sunday’s Owens Corning AttiCat 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.

Buescher leads Ty Dillon by 29 points, while defending series champion Chase Elliott remains in third place, 43 points behind Buescher.

Regan Smith remained fourth, Darrell Wallace Jr. stayed in fifth, Elliott Sadler is still in sixth, Brian Scott remained in seventh and Brendan Gaughan moved up one spot from ninth to eighth in the standings.

Here’s how the point standings look like after Sunday’s race:

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Xfinity Series points standings following the Great Clips 250

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After leading twice for 23 laps and finishing fourth in the Great Clips 250 at Michigan International Speedway, Chris Buescher is still on top of the Xfinity Series points standings.

Buescher, who has two wins this year, leads Ty Dillon by 25 points.

Chase Elliott, who led five laps, finished with his second top-two result of the year and is third, 10-points behind Dillon.

Here are the driver’s points standings after 14 races in 2015:

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