Josh Williams finished 14th in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, adding 23 points to his season total.
Williams now sits at 486 points on the season.
Christopher Bell came away with the victory in the race, with Ross Chastain following in second, and Austin Cindric placing third. Brandon Jones brought home fourth place, followed by John Hunter Nemechek in the No. 5 spot.
In addition to the victory, Bell won each of the race’s first two stages.
Williams qualified in 24th position at 183.187 mph. The fourth-year driver still is in search of career win No. 1, but has placed in the top 10 in one race.
There were 38 cars in the field, and the race endured nine cautions and 51 caution laps. Prior to the checkered flag there were nine lead changes.
Toyota added 40 points to its season total with Bell’s victory. Overall, Chevrolet ranks No. 1 with 1111 points, followed by Toyota in the No. 2 spot with 1096. Ford sits at No. 3 with 1096 points on the season.