While Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe had what most would consider a solid day with top-10 finishes at the Charlotte Roval, it was challenging for them in many aspects.
Reddick was playing track position by pitting at the end of the stages hoping to assume the lead and be up front for yet another win in the Playoffs.
J Allmendinger took home the checkered flag in the Drive for the Cure 250 on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval course, giving Kaulig Racing their second-ever XFINITY Series win.
It was a wild weekend for most of the JR Motorsports' teams who fielded four cars this time around at Charlotte Motor Speedway. However, two drivers had especially eventful days.
Instituting the Playoff system in the NASCAR XFINITY Series was meant to be a way to level the playing field for NASCAR's Triple-A division, a goal furthered when Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regulars were limited in the XFINITY Series attempts.
Two playoff drivers and Stewart-Haas Racing drivers, Cole Custer placed third and Chase Briscoe fifth in Richmond outing.
After qualifying outside pole, Justin Allgaier was forced to go to the rear after running over something on pit road before his qualifying run. The No. 7 Jr Motorsports team had to change a tire right before the race started, giving up Allgaier's strong qualifying outing.