- Brett Moffitt wins again in the second round of the Truck Series Playoffs.
The Nascar Gander Billboards Truck Series Playoffs have only one name so far. Brett Moffitt, who had won the first race in Bristol, also won the second race this Sunday in Canada. He dropped out of the pole, but due to the different mixed circuit strategies, he stayed away from the tip in the second segment. But in the third, he put the order in the house and won. Below is the report of the stage:
In the start, Brett Moffitt kept the end followed by Todd Gilliland. Alex Tagliani passed Ross Chastain for third place. In the following turns, however, Tagliani lost the position to both Chastain and Austin Hill and fell to fifth. In the 10 Raphael Lessard rotated but managed to follow, and two laps later the same happened to Bobby Reuse.
On 13 Gilliland escaped from the track and hit the tire barrier. He made it back, but after losing several positions and his car was damaged, which forced him into the pits. Tagliani also stopped, but for racing strategy. On three to the end, Johnny Sauter played Grant Enfinger in the sixth place competition. At the end of the Moffitt segment, he confirmed the victory.
- Tyler Reddick wins in Bristol after dropping from the bottom of the platoon.
Tyler Reddick performed a miracle this Friday in Bristol. Due to punishment, he left the end of the squad and still had to complete a drive-through at the start of the race which left him two laps behind and yet he did not give up, accelerated hard, went on top of the rivals and at the end of the 300 laps confirmed the victory. He had problems with both Kyle Busch and Justin Allgaier, which helped him a lot. Below is the report of the stage:
In the start, Kyle Busch jumped on the end followed by Cole Custer, and pole Austin Cindric fell to third. In the eight Mason Diaz hit the wall and caused the first yellow in the race. Green flag again on 16 and Kyle Busch supported the lead pressured by Justin Allgaier who jumped well to the second. At 38 Cole Custer, who was third, he picked up stragglers from the front and ended up playing on one of them and spinning. Christopher Bell, who was in the back, was hit, also rotated and was hit by Erik Jones and Joey Logano.
The pilots returned to action in 48, and Kyle Busch remained in front. Then John Hunter Nemechek was touched and had a flat tire, rotated and caused another yellow one. Related at 56 and Kyle Busch continued in first followed by Allgaier. In the 60 he managed to beat # 18 to take the tip. The significant first segment of Tyler Reddick, who dropped out of the squad and in the 60 was already in the TOP 10. Debris on the track caused another yellow one on 72. Kyle Busch and Austin Cindric took the opportunity to stop at the pits.
- Christopher Bell reaches the sixth win in the Nascar Xfinity Series season.
The Nascar Xfinity Series went to Road America on Saturday for the 23rd round of the season, the last in mixed this year. And the win was with Christopher Bell, his sixth in the season, which thus accumulates 43 bonus points for the playoffs so far. Now there are three pieces of evidence left to get to know all the classifieds. Below is the report of the stage:
In the start, AJ Allmendinger kept the end followed by Matt DiBenedetto. In the six Brandon Jones rotated, went on the grass and had to stop at the pits in the sequence, but there was no need for safety-car entry. In the eight, some drivers began to stay in the green holes by strategies such as DiBenedetto, Christopher Bell, Regan Smith, and others. In the final lap of the Justin Allgaier segment, he escaped from the track and caused a yellow one, and the stage win was with Allmendinger. Some drivers who had not stopped before stopped at the pits, but others stayed on the track as Austin Cindric, who jumped forward.
Green flag again in 13 and Matt DiBenedetto played from the inside, passed the rivals ahead to take the lead. With four to the end, John Hunter Nemechek escaped but managed to return to the race. Allmendinger, Kaz Grala, and Tyler Reddick stopped at the end of the stage by Strategy. DiBenedetto finished, too. On the track, Chase Briscoe passed Justin Hayley in the penultimate return to lead and win the segment. The pilots returned to action in the 24 and DiBenedetto remained in the lead followed by Bell and Reddick.