In race two of a triple header weekend, the Xfinity Series travels to Dover International Speedway for the Allied Steel Buildings 200.
After the newly reinstated single car qualifying Cole Custer earns his second pole of the season.
In the final Dash-4-Cash race Gray Gaulding, Christopher Bell, Tyler Reddick, and Chase Briscoe will all compete for the $100,000 prize.
Monster Energy Cup Series driver Ryan Blaney joins FOX broadcasters 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 for a total of 200 laps around the one mile concrete track.
Noah Gragson and Josh Bilicki have to start the race from the back of the field after the team made some unapproved adjustments to their cars
Pole sitter Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead.
Christopher Bell and Justin Allgaier make contact but the track stays green as the drivers get straightened out and moving again.
Ryan Sieg is reporting a loose wheel and has to make an unscheduled trip down pit road.
Lap 20, Cole Custer has led every lap so far and has a one second lead on Christopher Bell with 24 cars on the lead lap.
Lap 31, Cole Custer has pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Christopher Bell with only 19 cars on the lead lap.
While rim riding, Noah Gragson brushes the wall but the track stays green.
Five laps remaining in stage one, Cole Custer has dominated the race so far and has a half second lead on Christopher Bell with only 15 cars on the lead lap.
Cole Custer wins stage one for his third stage win of the season.
The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Cole Custer wins the race off of pit road with Justin Allgaier getting out second.
John Hunter Nemechek, Kaz Grala, and Michael Annett were all caught speeding on pit road and will have to restart the race from the back of the field.
Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 55 and edges out Justin Allgaier to hold on to his lead.
Cole Custer’s team is having difficulty in hearing him on the radio – his microphone is too far away from his mouth.
Justin Haley had to make an unscheduled trip down pit road with a cut tire after making contact with some fellow drivers.
Lap 79, Cole Custer continues his domination of the race with a three second lead on Tyler Reddick and 15 cars on the lead lap.
Cole Custer has led every lap of the race and earned his fourth stage win of the season.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
John Hunter Nemechek
Cole Custer wins the race off of pit road with Christopher Bell coming out in second.
Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 100 and continues to lead the race with Christopher Bell in second.
Cole Custer has dominated the race all afternoon. With a lead of over a second on Christopher Bell, Custer has led 125 laps so far.
With 57 laps remaining in the race, Cole Custer has led every lap so far with 15 cars on the lead lap. The only caution flags so far today were the yellows at the end of the first two stages.
With 47 laps remaining in the race, Kaz Grala spins out bringing out the first caution flag for an on track incident.
Christopher Bell edges out Cole Custer to win the race off of pit road.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with 42 laps remaining in the race and holds on to his lead with Justin Allgaier in second.
Riley Herbst brings out the fourth caution flag of the day when he gets loose and spins out with only 25 laps remaining in the race. After getting two laps down earlier in the race, Ryan Sieg is back on the lead lap.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 20 laps remaining in the race and holds on to his lead as Justin Allgaier battles to save his car after brushing the wall.
With 19 laps to go, Gray Gaulding brings out the caution flag after spinning out.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 14 laps remaining in the race and Justin Allgaier gets the lead briefly before Christopher Bell retakes the lead.
Seven to go, Christopher Bell has a lead of over a second on Justin Allgaier.
Christopher Bell takes the white flag.
In a race that saw only three leaders all day, Christopher Bell wins his third race and second Dash-4-Cash race of the season.
Allied Steel Buildings 200 results:
John Hunter Nemechek
Tommy Joe Martins
Ray Black II
Ronnie Bassett Jr