The Xfinity Series continues the series of short track races with the Toyota Care 250 from Richmond Raceway.

Richmond is also host to round two of the “Dash-4-Cash” run. This week Daniel Hemric, Spencer Gallagher, Elliott Sadler, and Justin Allgaier will battle it out for the $100,000 prize…and a chance to run again next week in Talladega.

After three rounds of qualifying Cole Custer wins his second pole of the season and will bring the field to the green flag.

The starting lineup for the Toyota Care 250:
Cole Custer
Christopher Bell
Austin Cindric – moved to the back of the field for an unapproved adjustment
Daniel Hemric – Dash-4-Cash driver
John Hunter Nemechek
Ryan Truex
Justin Allgaier – Dash-4-Cash driver
Elliott Sadler – Dash-4-Cash criver
Michael Annett
Tyler Reddick
Noah Gragson
Matt Tifft
Ryan Reed
Jeb Burton
Chase Briscoe
Ross Chastain
Spencer Gallagher – Dash-4-Cash driver
Brandon Jones
Alex Labbe
Joe Nemechek
Brandon Brown
Kaz Grala
Joey Gase
Ryan Sieg
David Starr
Jeremy Clements
J.J. Yeley
Garrett Smithley
Stephen Leicht
Tommy Joe Martins
Morgan Shepherd
Jeff Green
Chad Finchum
Spencer Boyd
Tony Markovich
BJ McLeod
Josh Bilicki
Vinnie Miller
Timmy Hill
Mike Harmon

Monster Energy Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick joins Adam Alexander and Michael Waltrip in the broadcast booth for tonight’s race.

Stages one and two of the race will last 75 laps each with stage three lasting 100 laps.

Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag in the first night race of the season and gets out in front for the lead of the race.

Lap three, Cole Custer has pulled out to a half second lead on John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap five the top five are Cole Custer, John Hunter Nemechek, Christopher Bell, Justin Allgaier, and Daniel Hemric.

Lap eight, Cole Custer’s lead is now over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek with Christopher Bell over a second behind.

David Starr has taken his car to pit road.

Lap eleven Cole Custer’s lead is now over a second on John Hunter Nemechek with Justin Allgaier in third, Christopher Bell in fourth, and Daniel Hemric in fifth.

Lap 14 Cole Custer continues to lead the race.

Mark Harmon brings his car down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop.

Lap 21 the track is under the yellow flag after an on track issue for David Starr.

Cole Custer brings the field down for the green restart on lap 25 and holds off Christopher Bell to hold on to the lead of the race.

Lap 29 Cole Custer has a narrow lead on Christopher Bell with John Hunter Nemechek in third, Justin Allgaier in fourth, and Daniel Hemric in fifth.

Lap 31 Cole Custer has a quarter of a second on Christopher Bell as Bell begins to challenge Custer for the lead.

Lap 33 Cole Custer and Christopher Bell battle for the lead.

Lap 36 Cole Custer continues to lead the race with Christopher Bell right behind him; John Hunter Nemechek, Daniel Hemric, and Elliott Sadler round out the top five.

Lap 39 Justin Allgaier has a tire rub after making contact on the track.

Lap 40 Christopher Bell and Cole Cuter are again battling for the lead with Custer holding on to the lead; Daniel Hemric, Elliott Sadler, and John Hunter Nemechek round out the top five.

Lap 43 Christopher Bell finally gets around Cole Custer to take over the lead of the race.

Lap 47 the top five are Christopher Bell, Cole Custer, Daniel Hemric, Elliott Sadler, and John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 50 Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of a second on Cole Custer.

Lap 55 Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of nearly two seconds on Cole Custer with Daniel Hemric, Elliott Sadler, and Noah Gragson in his Xfinity Series debut round out the top five. There are 28 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 59 Christopher Bell has pulled out to a two second lead on Daniel Hemric with Cole Custer in third, Elliottt Sadler in fourth, and Noah Gragson in fifth. There are 26 cars on the lead lap.

The caution flag comes out on lap 63 when Josh Bilicki gets into the wall.

Noah Gragson was charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road and leaving pit road with equipment.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 66 but Daniel Hemric jumps out to take over the lead of the race.

After having to start the race at the back of the field, Austin Cindric ha moved up to the top 10.

Daniel Hemric wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Daniel Hemric
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Jeb Burton
Elliott Sadler
Matt Tifft
Tyler Reddick
Brandon Jones
John Hunter Nemechek
Austin Cindric

Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road but it will be John Hunter Nemechek leading the race after making a pit stop on lap 65.

The caution flag is extended while NASCAR takes care of an on track issue.

Justin Allgaier’s team reports possible suspension issues.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 89 and holds on to the lead.

Lap 90 the top five is John Hunter Nemechek, Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, Michael Annett, and Spencer Gallagher.

Lap 92 John Hunter Nemechek leads the race with Daniel Hemric in second; Noah Gragson, Spencer Gallagher, and Elliott Sadler round out the top five.

Lap 93 Daniel Hemric and John Hunter Nemechek battle for the lead with Nemechek holding on to the top spot.

Lap 97 John Hunter Nemechek has a quarter second lead on Daniel Hemric with Noah Gragson in third, Spencer Gallagher in fourth, and Christopher Bell in fifth.

Lap 100 John Hunter Nemechek is in the lead with Noah Gragson in second, Christopher Bell in third, Spencer Gallagher in fourth, and Daniel Hemric in fifth.

Lap 105 John Hunter Nemechek holds on to the lead with Noah Gragson in second, Christopher Bell in third, Elliott Sadler in fourth, and Spencer Gallagher in fifth.

Pit reports state that crew chiefs are telling their drivers to protect the tire.

Lap 116 Christopher Bell passes John Hunter Nemechek for the lead with Elliott Sadler in third, Noah Gragson in fourth, and Spencer Gallagher in fifth. There are 27 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 120 Christopher Bell ha a lead of nearly a second on Elliott Sadler with John Hunter Nemechek in third; Noah Gragson and Matt Tifft round out the top five.

With 28 laps remaining in stage two, Christopher Bell is in the lead with Elliott Sadler less than a half second behind.

Lap 125 Christopher Bell holds on to a narrow lead on Elliott Sadler with Noah Gragson, John Hunter Nemechek, and Matt Tifft rounding out the top five.

Lap 130 Elliott Sadler battle Christopher Bell for the lead but Bell hold on to the top spot.

Lap 130 Christopher Bell holds on to the lead with points leader Elliott Sadler in second.

With 19 laps remaining in stage two Elliott Sadler takes over the lead of the race.

Daniel Hemric reports a tire issue. Matt Tifft is also reporting a tire issue.

Only 14 laps remaining in stage two, Elliott Sadler has a lead of nearly half a second on Noah Gragson with Christopher Bell in third, Matt Tifft in fourth and Cole Custer in fifth.

Lap 140 Elliott Sadler has a lead of over half a second on Noah Gragson with Christopher Bell in third.

Daniel Hemric is falling back with a flat tire.

With nine laps remaining in stage two, Matt Tifft has moved into third place.

Five to go in stage two, Elliott Sadler is out in front with Noah Gragson in second; Matt Tifft, Christopher Bell and Cole Custer round out the top five.

Daneil Hemric’s tire blows but the track stays green while Hemric limps around the track.

Elliott Sadler wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Elliott Sadler
Noah Gragson
Matt Tifft
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
John Hunter Nemechek
Brandon Jones
Tyler Reddick
Austin Cindric
Ryan Truex

Elliott Sadler wins the race off of pit road.

Several drivers have been charged with pit road penalties.

Elliott Sadler brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 163 but Noah Gragson gets out in front for the lead with Christopher Bell in second and Elliott Sadler in third.

Justin Allgaier brings out the caution flag when he spins out after making contact with Spencer Gallagher who got checked up by another driver.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart with 80 laps remaining in the race.

Noah Gragson and Christopher Bell battle for the lead with Christopher Bell taking over the top spot with Noah Gragson in second, Elliott Sadler in third, Matt Tifft in fourth, and Tyler Reddick in fifth.

Seventy five laps to go, Christopher Bell has a lead of over half a second on Noah Gragson; Elliott Sadler, Matt Tifft, and Tyler Reddick round out the top five.

With 69 laps to go in the race, Christopher Bell continues to lead the race by over a second on Noah Gragson; Elliott Sadler is in third.

Sixty one laps to go and Christopher Bell has a lead of over a second on Noah Gragson with Elliott Sadler in third.

Lap 200 Christopher Bell continues to lead the race by nearly two seconds on Noah Gragson; Elliott Sadler, Matt Tifft, and Cole Custer round out the top five.

With 23 cars on the lead lap, Christopher Bell has a lead of nearly a second and a half on Noah Gragson with Elliott Sadler in third, Matt Tifft in fourth, and Austin Cindric in fifth.

With 40 laps to go, Christopher Bell is the fastest car on the track and has a lead of nearly a second and a half on Noah Gragson.

Encountering lapped traffic, leader Christopher Bell’s lead is down to under a second on Noah Gragson.

With 33 laps remaining in the race, Christopher Bell has a lead of less than half a second on Noah Gragson with 19 cars on the lead lap.

Twenty nine laps to go and team mates Christopher Bell and Noah Gragson continue to lead the field with Bell half a second in front of Gragson.

Twenty two to go, Christopher Bell has a half second lead on Noah Gragson with 18 cars on the lead lap.

Twenty to go, Christopher Bell’s lead is down to under half a second on Noah Gragson with 16 cars on the lead lap.

With 15 laps to go, there are 15 cars on the lead lap with Christopher Bell leading the field by just over half a second on Noah Gragson.

Twelve to go and Noah Gragson has caught up to leader Christopher Bell and is challenging for the lead.

Ten to go, Christopher Bell has a narrow lead on Noah Gragson with 15 cars on the lead lap.

Seven to go and Christopher Bell holds on to his lead over Noah Gragson.

Three to go, Christopher Bell has a half second lead on Noah Gragson with 14 cars on the lead lap.

Christopher Bell take the white flag.

Christopher Bell wins the Toyota Care 250 for his second career win. Elliott Sadler wins the $100,000 “Dash-4-Cash” at his home track.

The unofficial results of the Toyota Care 250:
Christopher Bell
Noah Gragson
Elliott Sadler
Matt Tifft
Austin Cindric
Cole Custer
Ryan Truex
Jeremy Clement
Ryan Reed
Brandon Jones
Tyler Reddick
Jeb Burton
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Allgaier
J.J. Yeley
Alex Labbe
Spencer Gallagher
Ross Chastain
Brandon Brown
Michael Annett
Ryan Sieg
Joey Gae
Tomy Joe Martins
Tony Mrakovich
Joe Nemechek
Chae Briscoe
Garrett Smithley
Spencer Boyd
Daniel Hemric
Kaz Grala
Vinnie Miller
BJ McLeod
Josh Bilicki
Chad Finchun
David Starr
Mark Harson
Stephen Leicht
Timmy Hill
Morgan Shepherd
Jeff Green

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