Race number two of the triple header weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is the Boy Gaming 300 for the Xfinity Series.

After three rounds of qualifying Christopher Bell wins his second pole of the season.

The starting lineup for the Boyd Gaming 300:
Christopher Bell
Kyle Larson
Daniel Hemric
Cole Custer
Kyle Busch
Elliott Sadler
Tyler Reddick
Ryan Blaney
Matt Tifft
Austin Dillon
Spencer Gallagher
Justin Allgaier
Ryan Reed
Ross Chastain
Austin Cindric
Brandon Jones
Ryan Truex
Kaz Grala
Michael Annett
Jeremhy Clements
Ryan Sieg
Dylan Lupton
Joey Gase
Alex Labbe
Timmy Hill
Garrett Smithley
Matt Mills
J.J. Yeley
Josh Williams
Chad Finchum
Spencer Boyd
Jeff Green
Tommy Joe Martins
BJ McLeod
David Starr
Morgan Shepherd
Vinnie Miller
Mike Harmon
Josh Bilecki
Stephen Leicht

Brad Keselowski joins Adam Alexander and Michael Waltrip in the broadcast booth for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 45 laps each with stage three lasting 110 laps.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of the race from the outside lane but it it Kyle Larson who gets out in front as the drivers get three wide to lead lap one.

Five laps in Kyle Larson is leading the race with Christopher Bell in second, Daniel Hemric in third, Kyle Busch in fourth, and Rayn Blaney in fifth.

The first caution flag comes out on lap six when Dylan Lupton spins out and hits the wall after making contact with Ryan Sieg.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag resart on lap 12 but pole sitter Christopher Bell edges out for the lead. Kyle Larson passes Bell to retake the lead of the race.

The wind is causing some problems for the drivers in turn four, causing some of them to brush the wall.

Lap 17 Kyle Larson is in the lead with Christopher Bell in second, Kyle Busch in third, Daniel Hemric in fourth, and Elliott Sadler in fifth.

Lap 21 Kyle Larson has a lead of two tenths over Christopher Bell with Kyle Busch in third, Daniel Hemric in fourth, and Ryan Blaney in fifth.

Lap 25 Kyle Larson has pulled out to a lead of nearly half a second on pole sitter Christopher Bell; Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, and Tyler Reddick round out the top five.

Lap 26 Christopher Bell and Kyle Larson battle for the lead with the two drivers swapping the lead back and forth. Kyle Larson comes out in front of the battle to hold on to his lead.

Lap 30 Kyle Larson continues to lead the race with Christopher Bell a half second behind. Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, and Tyler Reddick round out the top five.

Lap 33 Kyle Larson continues to lead the race.

Three laps remain in stage one with Kyle Larson continuing to dominate the stage. Christopher Bell again battles Kyle Larson for the lead with Christopher Bell leading lap 39.

Christopher Bell wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Christopher Bell
Kyle Larson
Tyler Reddick
Kyle Busch
Ryan Blaney
Brandon Jones
Daniel Hemric
Cole Custer
Elliott Sadler
Justin Allgaier

Garrett Smithley is the “lucky dog”. There are 23 cars on the lead lap.

Kyle Larson wins the race off of pit road. Christopher Bell has pit road issues and comes out in sixth place – his jackman fell down during the pit stop. Kyle Busch also had a pit road issue and will restart the race in tenth place.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 52 and holds on to the lead with Ryan Blaney in second.

NASCAR has the restart under review.

NASCAR determines that the restart was good.

Lap 56 the top five are Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney, Tyler Reddick, Elliott Sadler, and Christopher Bell.

Matt Tifft’s team was charged with a crew member over the wall too soon and had to start the race from the back of the field.

Lap 60 Kyle Larson continues to dominate the race with a lead of two tenths over Ryan Blaney.

Lap 63 Ryan Blaney challenges Kyle Larson for the lead but Larson holds on to his lead.

Kyle Larson has led 58 of the 64 laps run in the race.

Lap 73 Kyle Larson has pulled out to a lead of over a second and a half on Ryan Blaney. There are 22 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 75 Kyle Larson had increased his to two seconds on Ryan Blaney. Justin Allgaier, Tyler Reddick, and Cole Custer round out the top five.

Lap 80 Kyle Larson has a lead of over two and a half seconds on Ryan Blaney. He has led all but six laps so far.

Five laps to go in stage two, Kyle Larson continues to dominate the race with a lead of over three seconds on Ryan Blaney.

With a lead of nearly four seconds, Kyle Larson wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kyle Larson
Ryan Blaney
Justin Allgaier
Cole Custer
Tyler Reddick
Allitoo Sadler
Brandon Jones
Daniel Hemric
Christopher Bell
Kyle Busch

With a pit stop of 14.9 seconds, Ryan Blaney wins the race off of pit road.

Ryan Blaney brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 99 and holds off Cole Custer and Kyle Larson for the lead.

Lap 100 – halfway – Ryan Blaney is in the lead with Kyle Larson in second, Christopher Bell in third, Cole Custer in forth, and Elliott Sadler in fifth.

Lap 103 Ryan Blaney has a tenth of a second lead on Kyle Larson with 21 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 108, Ryan Blaney has pulled out to a lead of half a second on Kyle Larson.

Lap 114 Ryan Blaney continues to lead the race with Kyle Larson in second, Cole Custer in third, Justin Allgaier in fourth, and Christopher Bell in fifth.

Lap 118, Ryan Blaney has a lead of over half a second on Kyle Larson with Cole Custer, Justin Allgaier, and Christopher Bell rounding out the top five.

Lap 122 Ryan Blaney holds on to his lead on Kyle Larson with Cole Custer, Justin Allgaier, and Christopher Bell rounding out the top five.

Running the high line, Kyle Larson has closed to withing a tenth of a second on leader Ryan Blaney with 75 laps remaining in the race

Lap 126 Kyle Larson and Ryan Blaney battle for the lead with Kyle Larson taking the lead on lap 127.

Now that he has retaken the lead, Kyle Larson has begun passing cars.

The caution flag comes out when Austin Cindric gets loose and makes contact with Tommy Joe Martins causing him to spin out and hit the wall.

Alex Labbe is the “lucky dog” in 20th place.

With a pit stop of 14.3 seconds Cole Custer wins the race off of pit road. Kyle Larson lost seven spots on pit road and will have to work his way back through the field.

Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 138 and holds on to the lead of the race.

Justin Allgaier battle Cole Custer for the lead. Allgaier passes Custer to become the new leader of the race. Kyle Larson has move up to fifth place on lap 140.

Lap 142 Justin Allgaier has a two tenths lead on Cole Custer. Kyle Larson passes Christopher Bell for fourth place.

Lap 145 Justin Allgaier leads the race with Cole Custer in second, Ryan Blaney in third, Kyle Larson in fourth, and Christopher Bell in fifth.

Lap 148 Justin Allagier has a half second lead on Ryan Blaney. Kyle Larson has moved up to third place.

Lap 149 Kyle Larson is in second place and closing in on leader Justin Allgaier.

Fifty to go, Ryan Reed brushes the wall after making contact with Kaz Grala but he track stays green.

Kyle Larson passes Justin Allgaier to retake the lead on lap 152 and is pulling away.

Lao 155 Kyle Larson has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Justin Allgaier with Ryan Blaney in third, Christopher Bell in fourth, and Cole Custer in fifth.

With 43 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Larson’s team reports that Larson does not have enough fuel to make it to the end of the race.

Lap 161 Kyle Larson is in the lead with Ryan Blaney ins second; Justin Allgaier, Christopher Bell, and Cole Custer round out the top five.

With 34 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Busch brings his car down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop. Kyle Busch’s team was penalized during the pit stop and he will have to serve a pass through penalty. The fuel man is only allowed to fuel the car and kick a rolling tire – the fuel man handled a tire which is against the rules.

Lap 173 Kyle Larson has a lead of over half a second on Ryan Blaney.

Lap 175, Kyle Larson has increased his lead to over a second on Ryan Blaney; Christopher Bell, Justin Allgaier, and Cole Custer round out the top five. There are 18 cars on the lead lap.

Some of the drivers are trying to conserve fuel with 21 laps remaining in the race.

Tyler Reddick is reporting possible engine issues.

Lap 181, Kyle Larson has a lead of over a second on Ryan Blaney. There are 16 cars on the lead lap.

The caution flag comes out with 16 laps remaining in the race when Ryan Reed has a flat tire. There are 15 cars on the lead lap.

Several of the drivers bring their cars down pit road for fuel and fresh tires.

Tyler Reddick wins the race off of pit road with Kyle Larson in second.

Tyler Reddick brings the field down for the green flag restart with only eleven laps remaining in the race but it is Kyle Larson who gets out in front with the cars three wide behind him.

Ross Chastain spins out and brings out the caution flag.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag restart with only seven laps remaining in the race. Kyle Larson holds on to his lead with Christopher Bell in second and Justin Allgaier in third.

Five to go and Kyle Larson has a lead of nearly half a second on Christopher Bell.

Four to go, Kyle Larson has pulled out to a half second lead on Christopher Bell.

Two to go, Kyle Larson’s lead is over half a second on Christopher Bell.

Kyle Larson takes the white flag.

Kyle Larson wins the Boyd Gaming 300 in dominating fashion.

The unofficial results of the Boyd Gaming 300:
Kyle Larson
Christopher Bell
Justin Allgaier
Ryan Blaney
Elliott Sadler
Daniel Hemric
Brandon Jones
Tyler Reddick
Cole Custer
Spencr Gallagher
Matt Tifft
Austin Dillon
Michael Annett
Kule Busch
Ryan Truex
Kaz Grala
Alex Labbe
Ross Chastain
Ryan Reed
Joey Gase
Josh Williams
Jeremy Clements
Garrett Smithley
Vinnie Miller
Tommy Joe Martins
BJ McLeod
Matt Mills
Josh Bilecki
Ryan Sieg
Stephen Leicht
Mike Harmon
Chad Finchum
Timmy Hill
Austin Cindric
David Starr
Spencer Boyd
Morgan Shepherd
J.J. Yeley
Jeff Green
Dylan Lupton

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