Josh Williams finished 13th in the Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday.
Williams’ result added 24 points to his season total.
Williams qualified in 20th position. The fifth-year driver has one top-10 finish in his career.
Sunday was Williams’ fifth career start at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Though he’s completed five of those races, he has never managed to crack the top 10 at the track.
The Port Charlotte, Florida native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting nine spots higher than his career mark of 28.8 and completing the race 14 places ahead of his 26.9 career average finish.
Williams’ 13th-place finish came against a field of 36 drivers. The race endured five cautions and 28 caution laps. Prior to the checkered flag there were 17 lead changes.
Chase Briscoe took the checkered flag in the race, and Austin Cindric finished second. Ryan Sieg placed third, Noah Gragson took fourth, and Harrison Burton grabbed the No. 5 spot.
After Briscoe won the first stage, Justin Allgaier drove the No. 7 car to victory in Stage 2.