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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Bell Charges From The Back To Win Friday Night’s Alsco 300 in Kentucky

SPARTA, KY – Christopher Bell was well on his way to contending for a win in Friday night’s Alsco 300 at the Kentucky Speedway. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver was seventh and second respectively in the two NASCAR XFINITY Series practice sessions on Thursday from the 1.5-mile track and was fastest in the second round of qualifying for tonight’s race. It appeared that he was on his way to a pole run too if not a front row starting spot at the very least. Unfortunately, Bell spun while exiting Turn 4…

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Riley Herbst Impressive As JGR Has 3 Cars Finish In The Top 6 In Iowa Making Future Of Organization Very Bright

Riley Herbst had an impressive debut in the NASCAR XFINITY Series on Sunday at the Iowa Speedway. In fact, the entire Joe Gibbs Racing team did and showed that the future is bring for their organization moving forward. Their four car Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team is stout as usual. But, in this new found youth movement, they have a good problem on their hands. Kyle Busch is the second oldest driver with the organization at a young age of 33. Denny Hamlin is the oldest at 37. The…

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Bell Holds Off Gragson For XFINITY Series Win In Richmond

The question wasn’t if, but when Christopher Bell would get back to victory lane in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. The defending NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion would run his rookie season in the series in 2018. While he made select starts in 2017, one of which resulting in a win, we all knew that the Oklahoma native would land in victory lane again sometime in 2018. Now, we know when and where. 

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5 Favorites For Saturday’s Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 (1 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

The first leg of the NASCAR XFINITY Series’ Dash 4 Cash is this weekend at the Bristol Motor Speedway. That means no Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stars will be in the field. So, that makes Saturday’s Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 (1 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) up for grabs for XFINITY Series regulars. So, who wins out? Here are five favorites to watch. 

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5 Favorites For Saturday’s My Bariatric Solutions 300 (3 p.m. ET/FOX/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) at Texas

After a couple weeks off, the NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers return to action for this weekend’s My Bariatric Solutions 300 (3 p.m. ET/FOX/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) at the Texas Motor Speedway. The main players will be the favorites once again. But, unlike in the years past, we don’t have a recent winner in the field. Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Erik Jones, Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott have combined to win the last 10 XFINITY Series races in Texas. Busch and Jones have combined to win three a piece between the two,…

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5 Favorites For Saturday’s NXS 300 (5 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

With Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch both not being on the NASCAR XFINITY Series entry-list for this weekend’s NXS 300 (5 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) it opens up the door for someone else to contend this weekend in Fontana. Since 2008, Busch and Larson have combined to win eight of the 12 races on the D-Shaped, 2-mile California oval. Throw in Kevin Harvick’s win in 2015, and that’s three stars off the list. Last weeks winner Brad Keselowski isn’t entered either. That means we could be treated to a first…

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