2019 XFINITY Series Drivers List Is Strong, Maybe Best Ever For The Series

With Justin Haley’s recent addition to the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers lineup, there’s no shortage of talent in the series for next season. In fact, the 2019 year may be one of the best battles to watch in the world. We know the IndyCar Series always produces some strong racing from start to finish, but the XFINITY Series may be there now too. 

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A 2nd Indiana Native Gets XFINITY Series Ride As Justin Haley To Drive No. 11 Chevrolet For Kaulig Racing In 2019

A second Indiana native will go for the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series championship. Last week, it was announced that Chase Briscoe will contest the full season in the newly added second car with Stewart-Haas/Biagi Racing organization. Briscoe, is a Ford developmental driver from Mitchell, Indiana and raced for Brad Keselowski’s Truck Series organization in 2017 before jumping into a part time role with Roush Fenway Racing in the series in 2018. Now, another Indiana native is getting a shot at the 2019 XFINITY Series championship. Haley, 19, a Winamac native,…

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In Following Tony Stewart’s Footsteps, Indiana Native Chase Briscoe To Drive 2nd SHR Entry For Full XFINITY Series Season In 2019

Stewart-Haas Racing with Fred Biagi (SHR) will field driver Chase Briscoe in its No. 98 Ford Mustang fulltime in the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2019, with Nutri Chompsserving as the primary sponsor for the first 13 races. Briscoe won his first career Xfinity Series race in October at the Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway Roval in SHR’s No. 98 Ford Mustang in just his 14thcareer start. The 23-year-old from Mitchell, Indiana, has run 17 Xfinity Series races in 2018 with next year marking his first fulltime season in the stepping-stone division to…

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2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series Season Could Be Among Most Competitive Yet

HOMESTEAD, Fla – Due to there not being a lot of places for drivers to move up to, the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series season could be among the most competitive seasons yet. Think about it, three of the four drivers that made it to the Championship 4 will be back in competitive rides for next season. Cole Custer will likely return to Stewart-Haas Racing for a third year. By all account it sounds like he will get a teammate too. SHR should expand to a two car team and it sounds…

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Reddick, 22, Gets Hot When It Matters Most, Why 2018 Season Was Wild

HOMESTEAD, Fla – The driver that won the first and last races of the 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series season won the championship. Fitting right? Well, if you take the races in between in account, it was a wild season with an unlikely champion. Christopher Bell won a series leading seven races this season. He set a new XFINITY Series rookie record for most wins in a single season. He also led a series high 759 laps too. But, he wasn’t crowned champion after Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300. 

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Pit Call Helps Reddick, Hurts Custer As Reddick Wins 2018 XFINITY Series Championship

HOMESTEAD, Fla – The 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series championship was signed, sealed but on it’s way to be delivered to Cole Custer. The final pit stops cost him and but helped Tyler Reddick secure the victory in Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway and take the championship instead. Christopher Bell was fourth among the four Championship 4 drivers heading into the final pit sequence, so he hit pit road a little early with 59 laps remaining. That sparked the final pit sequence to start which prompted Reddick, who was…

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Who Wins Saturday’s XFINITY Series Title? 2 Rookies, 2 Sophomore Drivers Going For The Crown

We’re down to four drivers in the NASCAR XFINITY Series with a shot to win this year’s championship. When the checkered flag drops on Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300 (3:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), the season champion will be crowned. Going for it is two rookies and two second year drivers. The youth with big teams will shine on Saturday. Who will it be?

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After Dominating Homestead Last Year, Custer Looking For Repeat Performance, 2018 Championship

Stewart-Haas Racing has a very real opportunity to win two of the three NASCAR championships this season. Cole Custer is eligible to win the NASCAR XFINITY Series title and Kevin Harvick can do so in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. First things first though, Custer needs to win Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300 (3:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Custer, dominated last year’s race en route to his first career win in the series. I mean it wasn’t even close. He put a pounding on the field. If he can replicate…

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Reddick Looking To Bookend Season By Winning Season Finale, Give No. 9 Chevrolet 3rd Championship In 5 Years

What a crazy season its been for Tyler Reddick. He narrowly beat his JR Motorsports teammate of Elliott Sadler in a wild season opening race at Daytona. The margin of victory was a tie. He would go nine starts before he’d score his next top five finish, a fifth place run in early May at Dover. From there, it would be 14 more starts before Reddick got his No. 9 Chevrolet into the top five of the final finishing order. That’s right, Reddick had just three top five finishes in…

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Can Hemric Win Championship Despite 0 Career Wins?

Daniel Hemric is back in the Championship 4. He went to Homestead last year as a rookie with a shot at the NASCAR XFINITY Series championship. It came down to him vs. the JR Motorsports threesome. Hemric, didn’t have enough. Now, he’s back wanting to end his XFINITY Series career with some hardware. See, Hemric is heading to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019. He was promoted and will remain with Richard Childress Racing and replace Ryan Newman in NASCAR’s premiere series. 

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