2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series Schedule
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Although he has retired from full-time racing, he will make a one-race start in a JR Motorsports Chevrolet in the Sept. And it may be the last time I race a car,'' he said. He will carry sponsorship from Beatin Cancer With Duke. The decision was made in order to allow him to concentrate on his Cup car.
As part of the restructure, NASCAR will reallocate the purse money previously awarded to the 39th- and 40th-place finishers to the rest of the field. To help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience and for advertising purposes, are you happy to accept cookies and other technologies?
We have to keep working hard for the rest of the season and hopefully keep improving for our next half-mile track. Austin Dillon — Finished 11th: They brought a really fast race car. We gave up a lot of track position throughout the day, not just from starting in the back, but on pit stops we really struggled. But, you know, proud of the effort. I felt like I got out all I could out of it. Bummer at the end. We needed a top Alex Bowman — Finished 19th: I was running 50 percent probably maybe 60 percent that first run towards the end and just mowing guys down.
Our long run speed was so good. We were too tight to restart, but our long run speed was really good. Jimmie Johnson — Finished 22nd: We had good speed in the car, good pit stops, everything was going well and unfortunately, cut a right-front tire when we touched the No. So, sure, we finished higher than some guys, but any cushion we could have gotten today would have been nice. Denny Hamlin — Finished 32nd: No grip and just a bad day overall.
Ty Dillon — Finished 34th: It could have completely ended our day, but my team worked hard in the garage to get everything fixed and get me back out there. None of us wanted to quit. We still wanted to get all that we could out of this race and gain as many spots as possible.
All we can do is hold our heads up and regroup to be ready for them next week in Richmond. Jamie McMurray — Finished 35th: So, typically it will run a while. I wish I had stayed against the wall. Chase Elliott — Finished 36th: But it popped really big and then I kind of got stopped and got to messing with it and it popped really big again. We had a really good car today and yeah, almost, just barely clipped him Jamie McMurray.
I just hate it. So many guys fell out today. I feel like half the top 16 has crashed. William Byron — Finished 37th: Then in the wall the first time off Turn 2 and we were able to fix it after that and then pitted again, same spot, so just kind of ended our day after that. Kevin Harvick — Finished 39th: We were going to finish top 10 no matter what.
Brad Keselowski kept the momentum alive that he generated with wins at Darlington and Indy by winning the South Point at Las Vegas. The win locks Keselowski into Round 2 of the playoffs. It also gives Roger Penske his th win for the organization. Kyle Busch spun by himself on Lap and drove into the infield grass. He stayed on the lead lap and finished seventh.
Joey Logano spun his tires on two late race restarts. He fell two spots at the end and finished fourth. Kurt Busch sustained damage when Alex Bowman hit him on a late-race pit stop.