Christopher Bell Driver To Watch In Round of 8, Can John Hunter Nemechek Play Spoiler?

After a spell of bad races in the middle portion of the 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series playoffs, Christopher Bell has stormed back with a vengeance. Bell, heads into the Round of 8 with five straight top 10 finishes and three top five finishes in the first round of the playoffs in general. In fact, in two of the three first round races, Bell reached victory lane. Now, can he keep it going? Absolutely. 

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Bell Sets XFINITY Series Rookie Wins Record, Round of 8 Set Saturday In Dover

Christopher Bell is starting to get hot again, making him the favorite to win this year’s NASCAR XFINITY Series championship. On Saturday, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver earned his second win in the last three races setting a record in the series for a single season win total among rookie drivers. Bell, earned his sixth trip to victory lane in 2018 when he crossed the finish line first in Saturday afternoon’s Bar Harbor 200 at the Dover International Speedway. He led a race high 110 of 200 laps in a…

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Bell Ties XFINITY Series Rookie Wins Record In Sweeping Both Races In Richmond

RICHMOND, VA – Its been a record setting year for NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Christopher Bell. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver earned his 17th top 10 finish of the season in his victory in Friday night’s GoBowling 250. Bell, admitted that he didn’t have the best car this weekend but his No. 20 Toyota still found its way to victory lane at the Richmond Raceway. He passed Matt Tifft on Lap 236 and led the final 14 laps en route to his sixth career XFINITY Series victory and fifth of the…

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Allgaier Looking To Win Regular Season Championship, Can Bell Get Back On Track?

The 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series’ regular season is coming to an end on Saturday. Currently, nine of the 12 playoff spots have been clinched as we have seven drivers vying for the final three spots in this weekend’s DC Solar 300 (5 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). But, another battle to watch is at the top of the standings. Justin Allgaier leads Cole Custer by 49 points in the overall points standings. Christopher Bell (-52) and Daniel Hemric (-55) are technically still mathematically alive to win the regular season title, but…

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Bell, Sadler Lead XFINITY Series Practices On Friday In Darlington

The NASCAR XFINITY Series took to the Darlington Raceway for two practice sessions on Friday afternoon. These were in preparation for Saturday’s Sports Clips 200 (3:30 p.m. ET/NBC/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). The retro weekend isn’t limited to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as the XFINITY Series drivers showed off their throwback colors on the South Carolina race track on Friday. In the first session Christopher Bell topped the speed charts with a speed of 169.356 mph in his No. 20 Toyota. Bell, has been stout all year long and if…

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Allgaier Having Career Year, While Road Courses Could Have Spoiled Bell’s Hopes

There’s no doubt, the 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series season has been the best year of Justin Allgaier’s racing career. Heading into 2018, Allgaier had five career XFINITY Series wins. While he was very solid, even a championship contender in some years, 2018 has blown away all the years past. In this season alone, Allgaier has nearly as many wins in 23 races as he did in his previous 233 starts in the series. Yes, in Allgaier’s first 233 career XFINITY Series starts, he had five total victories. In the first…

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Bell To Remain In XFINITY Series In 2019, Custer Focused On XFINITY Ride Only While Hemric Searching For 2019 Options Still

Heading into Friday night’s Food City 300 (7:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) at the Bristol (Tenn) Motor Speedway, three of the top five drivers in the NASCAR XFINITY Series points standings are being mentioned for rides in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for 2019. But, after Thursday’s media availability with Christopher Bell, Daniel Hemric and Cole Custer, it appears that just one of them is really focusing on trying to be a part of NASCAR’s premiere series next season. Bell, a four time winner this season, said that he’s…

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Bell To Replace Burton In Truck Series Race Thursday Night In Bristol

Kyle Busch Motorsports announced on Wednesday afternoon that Christopher Bell will drive the No. 51 Hunt Brothers Pizza Tundra in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway on Thursday night. Harrison Burton was scheduled to compete, but was forced to withdraw due to an illness. This is the second time that has happened with KBM over the last few weeks as Noah Gragson missed the race at Pocono a few weeks ago. Erik Jones filled in for him in that race. 

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Bell, Allgaier Could Be Top 2 Drivers To Beat For XFINITY Series Championship

Is a new rivalry brewing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series? On Saturday, Justin Allgaier wasn’t too happy with the way that Christopher Bell raced him in the end of the race at the Iowa Speedway. Whether you agree with him or not is a matter of perception, but we’re close to seeing a new rivalry with what’s likely going to be the top two drivers to beat for this year’s title. Yes, Cole Custer, Daniel Hemric and Elliott Sadler have had the most success over the course of the entire…

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For 2nd Straight Week, Bell Beats Cup Veteran En Route To XFINITY Series Victory In New Hampshire

Last weekend at the Kentucky Speedway, Christopher Bell came from the back to the front in his own version of a “spin and win.” On Saturday, he blocked Brad Keselowski from doing nearly the same. Last Saturday night, Bell held off Kyle Busch en route to a NASCAR XFINITY Series victory. This Saturday, he held off Keselowski en route to his second straight win and third of the 2018 season. Bell, had fresher tires than Keselowski and made the pass for the win with 18 laps-to-go and held off Keselowski…

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