A handful of drivers with the best chance to stop Noah Gragson from winning his fourth race in a row all crashed out at Texas.
Noah Gragson won his fourth straight Xfinity race. Read some of the other winners and losers from the event.
AJ Allmendinger was involved in a mid-race crash but was able to recover to a fourth-place finish to open up the Xfinity Series playoffs.
Conquest Racing’s Gavin Sanders and Michai Stephens scored a surprise win at Sebring after Stevan McAleer slowed on the final lap.
The win makes Gragson only the second driver in Xfinity series history to win four races in a row.
K-PAX Racing’s Andrea Caldarelli and Michele Beretta dominated to win Fanatec GT World Challenge America Race No. 1 at Sebring.
Former teammate Joey Logano will line up alongside Keselowski on the front row.
George Kurtz took the lead with 17 minutes to go Saturday and pulled away to win GT America Race No. 1 at Sebring to clinch the GT America title.
Brandon Jones will lead the NASCAR Xfinity Series field to green as they kick off the Round of 12.
Take a look at some drivers you should consider on DraftKings for the NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas.
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