The Xfinity Series kicks off a triple header weekend in Atlanta with the Rinnai 250.

After early morning misty conditions, qualifying was cancelled putting Cole Custer on the pole in Atlatna Motor Speedway.

Monster Energy Cup Seres drivers Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick join Adam Alexander in the broadcast booth for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 40 laps each with stage three lasting 83 laps.

On a foggy misty day Christopher Bell leads the first lap.

After leading every lap of a caution free stage one, Christopher Bell wins the stage and puts half the field down a lap.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Justin Allgaier’
Tyler Reddick
Brandon Jones
John Hunter Nemechek
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Austin Cindric
Ryan Preece
Chase Briscoe

Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two and holds on to his lead. There are 18 cars on the lead lap.

Christopher Bell continues his dominating ways and wins stage two by nearly five seconds. This is the first time that Bell has won both stages in a race.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Christopher Bell
Cofle Custer
Tyler Reddick
Brandon Jones
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Austin Cindric
Michael Annett
Chase Briscoe
Ryan Preece
John Hunter Nemechek

Brandon Jones wins the race off of pit road with Tyler Reddick in second and Christopher Bell in third. Brandon Jones was caught speeding on pit road and had to move to the back of the field.

Tyler Reddick brings the field down for the green flag start of stage one and holds on to the lead with Christopher Bell in second.

Lap 92 of 163, Christopher Bell passes Tyler Reddick to retake the lead.

During green flag pit stops, Christopher Bell lost his lead and is in third place with Noah Gragson in the lead the only car who has yet to make a pit stop and Justin Allgaier in second.

Noah Gragson comes down pit road with 30 laps remaining in the race nd gives the lead over to Christopher Bell with Justin Allgaier in second and series champion Tyler Reddick in third.

The first caution for an on track incident took place with only eight laps remaining in the race when John Hunter Nemechek spun out.

There are only 12 cars on the lead lap.

Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road with Jeffrey Earnhardt in second.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for a three lap shootout to the end of the race with Bell holding on to his lead.

Christopher Bell takes the white flag.

After leading 143 of the 163 laps Christopher Bell wins the race in dominating fashion. This was the 150th win for Toyota and the first win with the new Supra.

Rinnai 250 results:
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Justin Allgaier
Brandon Jones
Tyler Reddick
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Ryan Preece
Justin Haley
Noah Gragson
Austin Cindric
Ryan Sieg
Michael Annett
Brandon Brown
Ross Chastain
Chase Briscoe
Gray Gaulding
Garrett Smithley
Jeremy Clements
Ale Labbe
John Hunter Nemechek
Josh Williams
Bayley Currey
Ray Black Jr
BJ McLeod
Stephen Leicht
Chad Finchum
David Starr
Timmy Hill
Joey Gase
Matt Mills
Tommy Joe Martins
Vinnie Miller
Mike Harmon
Josh Bilicki
Morgan Shepherd
Jeff Green
John Jackson