Brandon Jones leads the field ahead of Jeb Burton in this final Stage.
Tyler Reddick’s gone loose while Cole Custer goes right towards the outside line.
Custer ran 7th at the time as he’s loose on the entry when Tyler Reddick bumped the left rear of the No.00.
Bravo to Custer who managed to avoid the wall but he’s got lots of work to do from 14th place.
While Justin Allgaier was quick to react by passing Gragson and now behind Sadler, Gragson isn’t far away by trying to move B. Jones for 3rd place.
Gragson had a penalty earlier in Stage 1, and he too worked his way back up to 4th place.
Can the same say for Christopher Bell?
He currently sits 11th after NASCAR officials infringed him of an uncontrolled tire penalty during the stage break.
6th Caution comes out
Austin Cindric sends John Hunter Nemechek into the wall with 72 laps to go.
Nemechek must be furious of what’s going on as he bumped Cindric the first time.
Then going towards Turn 3, Cindric pushed him back and saw Nemechek losing control into the wall with massive right rear damage.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s XFINITY Series squad isn’t kind of pit road having suffered two penalties for each of their drivers so far today.
Noah Gragson didn’t have a great time at all during the caution pit stop as he restarts 20th.
7th caution is out
Alex Labbe spins sideways while trying to pass Ryan Reed as caution comes out with 57 to go.
He’s suffered a flat right front tire with so much toast from the No.36 car as Labbe goes into pit road.
Justin Allgaier leads Daniel Hemric and Tyler Reddick with 45 laps left.
Noah Gragson is battling with great talent and diversity as he goes around Ryan Truex for 7th place.
Turbulent day for the Roush Fenway Racing XFINITY Squad
Dylan Lupton and Ty Majeski crash into each other at the start-finish straight as we have our eighth caution of the day.
Lupton continues to pit with the No.28 crew repairing the right front side damage from the recent contact with Majeski.
Ryan Reed pits under caution as he’s had not had a great run over in 18th.
And Ty Majeski is unlucky as his first three XFINITY Series starts of 2018 are all crash-related which isn’t good news for the 23-year old from Seymour, Wisconsin.
Three full battle into Turn 1 as Tyler Reddick moves towards the inside ahead of Cindric and Bell for the 5th spot.
Reddick first gets around Johnny Sauter then stumps the other two cars and bang!
I’m through, and that’s my position says, Reddick!
Gragson successfully passes Cindric on the inside line for 7th place.
Can Elliott Sadler pass Justin Allgaier for the win and get another $100,000 Dash4Cash Prize?
Not just yet.
Sadler tries to look into the inside and no, he won’t tally his prize money to $300,000 today.
Instead, Justin Allgaier will get his first $100,000 Dash4Cash Prize with the race win at Dover.
- Justin Allgaier
- Elliott Sadler
- Daniel Hemric
- Christopher Bell
- Tyler Reddick
- Johnny Sauter
- Noah Gragson
- Matt Tifft
- Austin Cindric
- Brandon Jones
- Ryan Truex
- Jeb Burton
- Cole Custer
- John Hunter Nemechek
- Michael Annett
- Ross Chastain
- Ryan Sieg
- Jeremy Clements
- Ryan Reed
- Joey Gase
- Alex Labbe
- Vinnie Miller
- BJ McLeod
- Dylan Lupton
- Chad Finchum
- David Starr
- Ray Black II
- Brandon Brown
- Josh Bilicki
- Spencer Boyd
- Joe Nemechek
- Garrett Smithley
- Stephen Leicht
- Ty Majeski
- Timmy Hill
- J.J Yeley
- Kaz Grala
- Morgan Shepherd
- Carl Long
- Jeff Green
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Don’t forget there’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race day action tomorrow.
You can watch the AAA Drive for Autism 400 from Dover International Speedway from 1.30 PM ET LIVE on FS1.
For now, Have a great rest of your Saturday.