It’s short track racing in Thunder Valley for the Xfinity Series with the Alsco 300 and the first Dash-4-Cash race in Bristol, Tennessee. Since it is a Dash-4-Cash race no Monster Energy Cup Sereis drivers will be in the race.
Tyler Reddick, Michael Annett, Chase Briscoe, and Christopher Bell will all compete for a prize of $100,000. The money goes to one of the four drivers who finishes in the highest position.
Tyler Reddick is carrying the face of Tennessee native and Country music icon Dolly Parton on the hood of his car.
After three rounds of qualifying with a time of 15.16 seconds, Cole Custer wins the pole and will bring the field to the green flag.
Zane Smith has to start at the rear of the field after making an engine change.
Monster Energy Cup Series drivers Clint Bowyer and Kevin Harvick will join Adam Alexander in the broadcast booth for the race.
Stages one and two of the race are 85 laps each with stage three lasting 130 laps for a total of 300 laps around the half mile track.
Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and umps out in front of Tyler Reddick to take the lead.
Only 12 laps into the race and the leaders are already lapping the slower cars.
After Cole Custer gets caught up in lapped traffic, Tyler Reddick gets around Custer to take over the lead of the race.
Lap 33, Tyler Reddick has pulled out to a lead of over a second and a half on Justin Allgaier.
Lap 39, there are only 15 cars on the lead lap.
The first caution flag of the race comes out on lap 43 when Ross Chastain and Jeff Green make contact and wreck.
Tyler Reddick brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 49 and holds on to his lead with 14 cars on the lead lap.
With 27 laps remaining in the race, Justin Allgaier is challenging Tyler Reddick for the lead.
On the final lap of stage one, Justin Allgaier gets passed Tyler Reddick for the lead and his first stage win of the season.
The top 10 at the end of stage one:
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Allgaier wins the race off of pit road.
Justin Allgaier brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 100 and gets out in front for the lead from the outside lane.
The caution flag comes out with only six laps remaining in stage two when Jeremy Clements gets loose and gets sideways on the track.
After leading every lap in the stage, Justin Allgaier wins stage two.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Allgaier wins the race off of pit road with Christopher Bell coming out second.
Justin Allgaier brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 179 and gets ahead of Christopher Bell to take the lead.
With 82 laps remaining in the race Christopher Bell challenges Justin Allgaier for the lead.
Christopher Bell finally gets around Justin Allgaier to take over the lead.
Justin Allgaier had brake issues but gets the car down pit road and the track stays green.
With 60 laps to go, Christopher Bell lead the race by half a second with 12 cars on the lead lap.
The caution flag comes out with 40 laps to go for a flat tire on Harrison Burton’s car.
Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road but will not bring the field to the green after some drivers stayed out on the track.
Brandon Jones brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 32 laps to go and goes nose to nose with Christopher Bell, but Jones holds on to the lead after Bell failed to clear the leader.
Twenty to go, Brandon Jones has a tenth of second lead on Christopher Bell.
Jones and Bell swap the lead back and forth, but with 17 laps to go, Christopher Bell gets past Brandon Jones to take the lead.
After losing the lead, Brandon Jones gets a flat tire and has to make an unscheduled trip down pit road.
Tyler Reddick hits the wall but he recovers and the track stays green.
Christopher Bell takes the white flag.
With only eleven cars on the lead lap, Christopher Bell gets his first Bristol win and the Dash-4-Cash $100,000 prize.
Alsco 300 results:
John Hunter Nemechek
Ray Black Jr
Tommy Joe Martins