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Entry List: Production Alliance Group 300

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will hit the banks of Auto Club Speedway for its third race of the season on Saturday, March 1.

36 cars are slated for the race on the entry list, meaning all will make the race, barring any additions.

Last week’s Las Vegas Motor Speedway winner, Chase Briscoe, will look to continue his win streak in the No. 98 with sponsorship from Production Alliance Group, the race’s namesake.

Brett Moffitt returns for his penultimate race in Our Motorsports’ No. 02 machine. The full-time Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series driver finished 24th and 15th and Daytona International Speedway and Las Vegas, respectively, making four total scheduled starts in 2020 as of now. Moffitt’s last scheduled Xfinity start of 2020 will come at Phoenix Raceway on March 7.

Robby Lyons‘ third and final race of his scheduled three-race stint in JD Motorsports’ No. 15 will come at Auto Club, while Anthony Alfredo‘s first start of 2020 will be on Saturday in Richard Childress Racing’s No. 21. Alfredo won’t make another start until Homestead-Miami Speedway (March 21) but is schedule for 15 additional 2020 starts following that race.

Austin Hill returns to pilot Hattori Racing’s No. 61 entry for the second time this season, following a double-duty weekend at Daytona. The full-time Truck Series driver suffered an early crash in the Xfinity season opener.

Josh Bilicki, Stephen Leicht and CJ McLaughlin also make their second starts of 2020. BJ McLeod Motorsports, MBM Motorsports and RSS Racing will field their cars, respectively.


The Production Alliance Group 300 will get underway around 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29.

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Adam Cheek joined Frontstretch as a contributing writer in January 2019. Currently attending VCU, he broadcasts and writes about sports for the college's athletic organizations. He has been a racing fan since he was three years old, inheriting this passion from his grandfather, who raced in amateur events up and down the East Coast in the 1950s.

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