Riley Herbst finished ninth in the Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday.
The top 10 finish for Herbst added 32 points to his season total.
Herbst qualified in 12th position. The third-year driver has five top-10 finishes in his career.
The ninth-place result for Herbst was the second top 10 of his career at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in two starts.
The Las Vegas, Nevada native began the race two spots behind his career mark of 9.8, but finished five places ahead of his career average of 14.5.
Herbst took on a field of 36 drivers on the way to his ninth-place finish. The race endured five cautions and 28 caution laps. There were 17 lead changes.
Chase Briscoe secured the victory in the race, and Austin Cindric finished second. Ryan Sieg crossed the finish line third, Noah Gragson took fourth, and Harrison Burton finished off the top five.
After Briscoe won the first stage, Justin Allgaier drove the No. 7 car to victory in Stage 2.