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Dover International Speedway

Drydene 200 Results

August 23rd, 2020

RESULTS

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FINAL STATUS

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PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Chase Briscoe

98 |

6

Running

200

107

55

6

2

Ross Chastain

10 |

13

Running

200

24

53

1

3

Austin Cindric

22 |

14

Running

200

1

45

0

4

Brandon Jones

19 |

16

Running

200

8

37

0

5

Daniel Hemric

8 |

9

Running

200

0

39

0

6

Noah Gragson

9 |

12

Running

200

11

43

0

7

Justin Allgaier

7 |

15

Running

200

19

48

0

8

Michael Annett

1 |

7

Running

199

5

29

0

9

Riley Herbst

18 |

10

Running

199

0

35

0

10

Brett Moffitt

02 |

1

Running

199

25

0

0

11

Harrison Burton

20 |

11

Running

199

0

28

0

12

Justin Haley

11 |

8

Running

199

0

29

0

13

Anthony Alfredo

21 |

5

Running

199

0

24

0

14

Ryan Sieg

39 |

4

Running

199

0

23

0

15

Tommy Joe Martins

44 |

24

Running

198

0

22

0

16

Brandon Brown

68 |

2

Running

198

0

22

0

17

Alex Labbe

90 |

18

Running

198

0

20

0

18

Myatt Snider

93 |

17

Running

197

0

19

0

19

Jeremy Clements

51 |

3

Running

197

0

18

0

20

David Starr

07 |

25

Running

197

0

17

0

21

Joe Graf Jr

08 |

21

Running

197

0

16

0

22

Josh Williams

92 |

22

Running

197

0

15

0

23

Jesse Little

4 |

20

Running

197

0

14

0

24

Chad Finchum

13 |

32

Running

196

0

13

0

25

BJ McLeod

6 |

28

Running

196

0

12

0

26

Colby Howard

15 |

31

Running

196

0

11

0

27

Kody Vanderwal

52 |

34

Running

196

0

10

0

28

Stefan Parsons

99 |

27

Running

196

0

9

0

29

Jeffrey Earnhardt

0 |

19

Running

195

0

8

0

30

Matt Mills

5 |

35

Running

194

0

7

0

31

Stephen Leicht

61 |

23

Running

192

0

6

0

32

Korbin Forrister

36 |

30

Brakes

167

0

0

0

33

Bayley Currey

74 |

33

Engine

106

0

0

0

34

Timmy Hill

66 |

36

Overheating

59

0

0

0

35

Kyle Weatherman

47 |

26

Suspension

23

0

2

0

36

Vinnie Miller

78 |

29

Accident

11

0

1

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    Chase Briscoe

    #1

    LEADER

    Chase Briscoe

    98|

  • #2 | 2.463

    Ross Chastain

    #2

    2.463

    Ross Chastain

    10|

  • #3 | 2.662

    Austin Cindric

    #3

    2.662

    Austin Cindric

    22|

Briscoe dominates second Xfinity Series race at Dover for sixth 2020 win

A day after spinning his No. 98 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford into the inside wall at Dover International Speedway, Chase Briscoe dominated the Drydene 200, winning the second leg of a Saturday/Sunday NASCAR Xfinity Series doubleheader.

Starting from the rear of the field in a backup car, Briscoe took control of the race with 20 laps left in the second stage and never looked back. All told, he led 107 of 200 laps at the Monster Mile, only surrendering the top spot during a cycle of pit stops during the closing 103-lap green-flag run.

Perhaps more important, Briscoe reclaimed the momentum he enjoyed while winning five of the first 13 races of the season. More recently, Austin Cindric had pulled even with his close friend and fellow Ford driver by winning five of six events.   

RELATED: Official results

Despite the wreck in Saturday‘s event, Briscoe was confident enough to tell wife Marissa that he was going to win on Sunday. Marissa told the world about the conversation in a tweet that said, “Chase called me before the race and said, ‘I‘m going to win the race today.‘ Bring it home, babe!!”

“I told her today I was so mad after yesterday, I had to go win,” Briscoe acknowledged after the race. “It‘s just a testament to these Stewart-Haas guys to pull a backup out—honestly, it was better than our primary, I thought. 

“It‘s pretty cool to win from the back here in a backup. This is (crew chief Richard) Boswell‘s home race track, (sponsor) HighPoint.com‘s second closest race track.”

RELATED: Briscoe calls his shot at Dover

Even though he called his shot, the victory brought a welcome sense of relief.

“We hadn‘t won in a month and a half, but it feels like five years,” said Briscoe, who collected his first win at Dover and the eighth of his career. “We‘re coming back where I felt like we were at the beginning of the year. 

“Truthfully, I felt like today was the most dominant car we‘ve had all year long. Hopefully, we can continue that trend. It feels good to be back in Victory Lane—that‘s for sure.”

Briscoe finished 2.463 seconds ahead of runner-up Ross Chastain, who improved one spot from Saturday‘s finish. Though Briscoe muscled his way past Chastain‘s No. 10 Kaulig Racing Chevrolet after the final cycle of pit stops, Chastain minimized the contact and instead expressed his delight at being competitive with the cars that have dominated the series this year.

“To come here and run with that car (Briscoe), the 22 (Cindric) and those guys that have been kicking our butts all year is a big statement,” Chastain said. “We did it both days. We were consistently up there. 

“I‘m just happy that we had the speed. When we win, we‘ll win a lot. Today is what it is, and no hard feelings.”

Cindric ran third—his worst finish in the last eight races—followed by Brandon Jones, Daniel Hemric, Noah Gragson, and Saturday winner Justin Allgaier, as only seven drivers finished on the lead lap. Chastain won the first stage before Briscoe completed his run from the rear of the field and took control.

Up next, the NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Daytona International Speedway on Friday for the Wawa 250 Powered By Coca-Cola (7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN/NBC Sports App, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). After this weekend, there are now five races left in the regular-season slate.

Note: There were no major issues in post-race inspection in the Xfinity Series garage. One car was found with one unsecured lug nut — the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota of ninth-place finisher Riley Herbst.