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Noah Gragson has two NASCAR Xfinity Series starts at road courses in 2020 and holds an average finish of 4.5.
Throughout Gragson’s NXS career on road courses, he has an average finish of 5.3, including four top fives and no finishes outside of the top 10. After 18 races in the 2020 season, Gragson leads the way for JRM with two wins, eight top fives, 12 top 10s and is currently fourth in the championship standings. Gragson is currently the series leader in stage wins, scoring a total of eight throughout the 2020 season.-JR Motorsports
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Daniel Hemric will make his ninth NXS start on a road course this weekend in Daytona.
In eight previous starts on road courses in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Hemric has earned three top fives, four top 10s and a best finish of second in the 2017 event at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Hemric has also scored an additional two top-five finishes in six combined road course starts across the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series and the NASCAR Cup Series.Through 12 NXS starts in 2020, Hemric has earned a best finish of second at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May.-JR Motorsports
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Michael Annett enters this week’s race at Daytona International Speedway’s road course on a streak of seven consecutive top-10 finishes in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition after finishing 10th at Road America last week.
In two road course starts this season, Annett has finished in the top 10 twice, including a ninth at Indianapolis. The 3.61-mile road course at Daytona will host its first NXS race this weekend. At the 2.5-mile oval, Annett has one victory, two top-five and three top-10 finishes. Annett will return to the familiar Pilot Flying J scheme this weekend at Daytona. Annett has earned two top-five and six top-10 finishes in Pilot Flying J livery so far in 2020.-JR Motorsports
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The starting lineup for Saturday's UNOH 188 NASCAR XFINITY Series race at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course was set by NASCAR. P1 went to Austin Cindric (#22 Ford Mustang) with #98 Chase Briscoe sharing the front row in the P2 spot.
#9 Noah Gragson, #10 Ross Chastain, #11 Justin Haley, #02 Andy Lally, #1 Michael Annett, #39 Ryan Sieg, #20 Harrison Burton and #16 AJ Allmendinger made up the remainder of the top-10 in the lineup. Did not make the race: No one, 38 entries for the 40-car lineup.
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The starting lineup for Sunday's Go Bowling 235 NASCAR Cup Series race at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course was set by NASCAR. P1 went to Kevin Harvick (#4 Ford Mustang) with #11 Denny Hamlin sharing the front row in the P2 spot.
#19 Martin Truex Jr., #18 Kyle Busch, #22 Joey Logano, #10 Aric Almirola, #9 Chase Elliott, #1 Kurt Busch, #21 Matt DiBenedetto and #3 Austin Dillon made up the remainder of the top-10 in the lineup. Did not make the race: No one, 39 entries for the 40-car lineup.
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NASCAR handed down a penalty to William Byron’s No. 24 team for "Lug Nut(s) not properly Installed" after the August 9 NASCAR Cup Series event at Michigan Int'l Speedway.
Infraction: Sections 10.9.10.4: Tires and Wheels. Note: Lug nut(s) not properly installed. Penalty: Crew chief (Chad Knaus) has been fined $10,000.-NASCAR.com
Added 12:35 pm (EST)
NASCAR handed down a penalty to Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 team for "Lug Nut(s) not properly Installed" after the August 8 NASCAR Cup Series event at Michigan Int'l Speedway.
Infraction: Sections 10.9.10.4: Tires and Wheels. Note: Lug nut(s) not properly installed. Penalty: Crew chief (Chris Gabehart) has been fined $10,000.-NASCAR.com
Added 12:34 pm (EST)
Erik Jones (#20 Camry) finished the NASCAR CUP Series (NCS) DoubleHeader weekend at Michigan Int'l Speedway 15th in the 2020 NCS driver championship point standings.
In Saturday’s FireKeepers Casino 400, he 23rd and finished 11th. In Sunday’s Consumers Energy 400, he started 10th and finished 27th. He is currently 26 points behind 14th-placed William Byron and 405 behind leader Kevin Harvick.
Added Aug 10 10:55 pm (EST)