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RESULTS

START POS

FINAL STATUS

LAPS COMPLETED

LAPS LED

POINTS

PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Chase Briscoe

98 |

2

Running

200

89

58

6

2

Austin Cindric

22 |

6

Running

200

39

52

0

3

Ryan Sieg

39 |

32

Running

200

1

38

0

4

Noah Gragson

9 |

7

Running

200

2

36

0

5

Harrison Burton

20 |

3

Running

200

0

42

0

6

Brandon Jones

19 |

9

Running

200

0

40

0

7

Michael Annett

1 |

8

Running

200

0

42

0

8

Justin Allgaier

7 |

4

Running

200

63

45

1

9

Riley Herbst

18 |

12

Running

200

0

32

0

10

Ross Chastain

10 |

25

Running

200

0

41

0

11

Brandon Brown

68 |

19

Running

200

0

26

0

12

Justin Haley

11 |

11

Running

199

0

27

0

13

Josh Williams

92 |

20

Running

199

0

24

0

14

Jesse Little

4 |

22

Running

199

0

23

0

15

Brett Moffitt

02 |

13

Running

199

0

0

0

16

Myatt Snider

21 |

1

Running

199

0

22

0

17

Ray Black Jr

07 |

18

Running

199

2

20

0

18

Alex Labbe

90 |

23

Running

198

0

19

0

19

Joey Gase

93 |

14

Running

198

0

18

0

20

Joe Graf Jr

08 |

15

Running

198

4

17

0

21

Chad Finchum

13 |

34

Running

198

0

16

0

22

JJ Yeley

52 |

5

Running

197

0

15

0

23

Robby Lyons

15 |

17

Running

197

0

14

0

24

David Starr

6 |

21

Running

196

0

13

0

25

Matt Mills

5 |

26

Running

196

0

12

0

26

Timmy Hill

61 |

29

Running

195

0

0

0

27

Joe Nemechek

47 |

31

Running

193

0

0

0

28

Vinnie Miller

78 |

27

Running

192

0

9

0

29

Mason Massey

99 |

28

Running

190

0

8

0

30

Kyle Weatherman

74 |

33

Running

190

0

7

0

31

Jeremy Clements

51 |

16

Rear Gear

178

0

6

0

32

Tommy Joe Martins

44 |

35

Engine

144

0

5

0

33

BJ McLeod

0 |

24

Ignition

132

0

4

0

34

Stephen Leicht

66 |

30

Suspension

101

0

3

0

35

Daniel Hemric

8 |

10

Suspension

34

0

2

0

36

Landon Cassill

89 |

36

Vibration

31

0

1

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    Chase Briscoe

    #1

    LEADER

    Chase Briscoe

    98|

  • #2 | 2.874

    Austin Cindric

    #2

    2.874

    Austin Cindric

    22|

  • #3 | 5.075

    Ryan Sieg

    #3

    5.075

    Ryan Sieg

    39|

Briscoe wins Xfinity Series' rain-delayed Las Vegas race

LAS VEGAS — Before the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season started, Chase Briscoe suggested he could win as many as eight to 10 races this year.

In Sunday‘s rain-delayed Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Briscoe got No. 1 in his second start of the season, winning the battle between the only two Fords in the race.

The driver of the No. 98 Stewart-Haas Racing Mustang held the lead after the final restart on Lap 169 of 200 and won come checkered flag, beating fellow Ford driver Austin Cindric to the finish line by 2.874 seconds.

LAS VEGAS: Official results | Updated standings | At-track gallery

The victory was Briscoe‘s third in the series and his first at a 1.5-mile intermediate speedway.

Ryan Sieg finished third, followed by Noah Gragson and Harrison Burton.

“It‘s definitely nice to get one early,” Briscoe said. “Now maybe we can go to California next week and win on a 2-mile track (Auto Club Speedway).”

The race was delayed by rain after completion of the first stage, won by Briscoe, Saturday afternoon. The resumption came at 4:50 p.m. PT Sunday after completion of the NASCAR Cup Series’ event, with Joey Logano taking the checkered flag in the premier series.

Justin Allgaier took the lead after the start of Stage 2, but Cindric grabbed the top spot on Lap 124, powering past Allgaier on the inside near the start-finish line. Cindric retained the lead after a cycle of green-flag pit stops, but when contact from Gragson‘s Chevrolet sent Myatt Snider spinning on the frontstretch on Lap 162, Briscoe had the opportunity he needed to regain the lead on the final restart.

Allgaier led 63 laps, and Cindric had 39. Briscoe, who led a race-high 89 laps, leaves Las Vegas with a seven-point series lead over Gragson, last week‘s winner at Daytona International Speedway.

“Obviously, we were hoping to win sometime this year — we expected to — but to get it before Phoenix (Raceway) is nice because we can go there (in two weeks) and try some stuff,” Briscoe said. “That‘s one place that we need to get way better at.

“That being said, it‘s nice to get the points lead. It‘s early in the season, yeah, but it‘s a big confidence boost for all the guys.”