Justin Allgaier captured his second win of the season Friday night in the Go Bowling 250 at Richmond Raceway. It was his 13th Xfinity Series career win and the 50th win for JR Motorsports.
The Mitchell, Indiana, native is set to reach a milestone start in his fourth full-time season between two of NASCAR's top three major division series.
The Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series is first up Thursday night for their regular season finale while the Xfinity Series will feature a doubleheader, competing Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Saturday will mark the second race in the Playoffs for the Cup Series Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
The reigning two-time Cup champion is set to achieve and surpass a milestone start within NASCAR's three major division series at Richmond Raceway.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series visited Darlington Raceway Saturday afternoon on Labor Day weekend for race No. 23 of the 2020 Xfinity Series season.
The remaining four competitors currently inside the top-12 cutline have stabilized themselves and have taken another step closer in making this year's Xfinity Playoffs.
There was one driver who happened to be at the right place at the right time and that was Brandon Jones in his No. 19 Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing, who came away with the win, his third of the season.
All three national series will compete at Darlington Raceway Saturday and Sunday for the annual "Throwback Weekend." It marks the first race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs as the top 16 drivers begin the competition for the 2020 championship trophy.
It has been a frantic season. Three, sometimes four races a week were the norm. Now, we are a little over two months away from crowning champions in NASCAR’s three national series.
The Alva, Florida, native is set to reach a significant milestone start in his eventful NASCAR career and for this weekend's Xfinity-Cup doubleheader at Darlington Raceway.