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Kaz Grala Out at JGL Racing

It appears that JGL Racing’s No. 24 Ford Mustang will have a new driver behind the wheel for the foreseeable future. Kaz Grala, who was announced as the full-time driver of the car prior to the 2018 season, announced that he is now out of a ride with the team. …

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Johnny Sauter Enjoys Return XFINITY Race in Dover

Though under tough circumstances, Johnny Sauter had a blast Saturday at Dover International Speedway. Following Spencer Gallagher‘s suspension due to a substance abuse violation, the No. 23 GMS Racing seat became available. And it was given to Sauter, who would make his first XFINITY Series start since 2014. In a …

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Justin Allgaier Hold Off Teammate to Win OneMain Financial 200, Dash 4 Cash Bonus at Dover

Justin Allgaier picked up his first win of the 2018 XFINITY Series season in Saturday’s OneMain Financial 200 at Dover International Speedway. The JR Motorsports driver led the most laps – 104 – and held off a late charge by teammate Elliott Sadler to win by 0.306 seconds. Allgaier also …

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Brandon Jones Wins OneMain Financial 200 Pole

Joe Gibbs Racing’s Brandon Jones won the pole for Saturday’s OneMain Financial 200 with a lap of 23.102 seconds (155.831 mph).  It is Jones’ second career XFINITY Series pole. “To be able to have raw speed here [at Dover], that’s pretty awesome,” Jones told FOX Sports’ Matt Yocum after his …

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Noah Gragson, Christopher Bell Lead XFINITY Practices at Dover

Joe Gibbs Racing drivers swept both XFINITY Series practices at Dover International Speedway on Friday (May 4). Noah Gragson topped the opening practice, while Christopher Bell led Friday afternoon’s final XFINITY Series practice ahead of tomorrow’s OneMain Financial 200. Practice No. 1 Gragson put the No. 18 Toyota Camry in front with a …

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Entry List: OneMain Financial 200

Dover International Speedway hosts the fourth and final edition of the XFINITY Dash 4 Cash this Saturday.  As a result, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regulars are once again not allowed to compete. 41 teams are currently entered in the OneMain Financial 200, meaning that one team will have to …

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