Check out photos from Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series OneMain Financial 200, held at Dover Int’l Speedway and won by Kyle Larson!
Jimmie Johnson wasn’t the class of the field Sunday at Dover Int’l Speedway, but shined when it mattered in the closing laps of the AAA 400 Drive for Autism.
Darrell Wallace Jr. led the final five laps in the second stage of Saturday’s OneMain Financial 200 to garner his first NASCAR XFINITY Series stage win of the season.
Kyle Larson fended off a final-lap challenge from Ryan Blaney to win Stage 1 of Saturday’s OneMain Financial 200 at Dover Int’l Speedway, but had to survive a drag race back to the finish line to do so.
Until Saturday morning, Kyle Larson had never had a season where he scored multiple Coors Light Pole Awards in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
On an afternoon where pit strategy was king, Johnny Sauter ended up victorious in Friday’s Bar Harbor 200 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Once Matt Crafton took the lead on Friday prior to the start of Stage 2 at Dover Int’l Speedway, he never relinquished it, leading 43 straight laps to notch his first stage win of the season.
Everything really was great on Friday for Kyle Busch, who stepped up to the plate in the final round of Coors Light Pole Qualifying at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Taking some added motivation from his grandfather, who is undergoing open-heart surgery today, Chase Briscoe scored his first-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series pole during qualifying at Dover Int’l Speedway.
After his team swapped out the ignition panel on the No. 22 Fitzgerald Glider Kits Ford Mustang, Ryan Blaney bolted to the top of the board in NASCAR XFINITY Series final practice Friday at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Just like he did in NASCAR XFINITY Series practice earlier in the morning, Kyle Larson paced the opening practice round for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on Friday at Dover Int’l Speedway.
A rough Friday morning ride led to backup cars for two young drivers in the NASCAR XFINITY Series field, as tempers flared inside the garage area at the ‘Monster Mile’.