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Despite Late Wreck, Zane Smith Shakes Off Rust in JR Motorsports Debut

Zane Smith said yesterday, before he made his first start for JR Motorsports, that “to be there at the end” was what the driver wanted to achieve in his first Xfinity race. Smith accomplished just that, even if the ending wasn’t what he hoped for. Running just outside the top …

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Justin Allgaier, Justin Haley Pace Xfinity Practices at Las Vegas

The NASCAR Xfinity Series held two practice sessions on Friday afternoon (March 1) to open the weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway ahead of Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300. Justin Allgaier was quickest in the opening session with a speed of 178.737 mph. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star Kyle Busch …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Justin Allgaier Putting 2018 in Rear View, Focused on Winning in 2019

After winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series regular season championship in 2018, Justin Allgaier was atop most people’s radars for the season-ending driver’s title. Then, the playoffs came. Allgaier, 32, won five races during the regular season, all coming in a span of 16 races. The No. 7 team entered the …

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Entry List: NASCAR Racing Experience 300

The NASCAR Xfinity Series opens the 2019 season Saturday, Feb. 16, at Daytona International Speedway. 38 cars are entered with many drivers in different rides from the end of the 2018 season. New faces have also come to NASCAR’s second-tier division. JR Motorsports has four drivers entered this weekend.  Michael …

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2018 Xfinity Series Review: Midpack Teams

While all eyes were focused on teams in the playoffs, some of the best racing in the field came in the middle of the Xfinity Series field, where teams are scrounging for positions, knowing that an additional finishing position could be the difference in getting an extra set of tires …

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2018 Xfinity Series Review: Playoff Teams

Heading into 2018, the Xfinity Series was stacked with competition — more so than even 2016 or 2017 with returning veterans, fresh babyfaces entering the next chapter of their career and even Cup drivers making the leap back down to be competitive in the top preliminary division. Your browser does not …

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