With the Monster Energy Cup Series taking a break for Father’s Day, the Xfinity Series takes to the track at the Iowa Speedway to cap off a double header with the CircuitCity.com 250.

After qualifying earlier in the afternoon, Cole Custer wins the pole and will bring the field down for the green flag start with Christopher Bell alongside on the front row.

Pit reporter Regan Smith joins Adam Alexander and Michael Waltrip in the FOX broadcast booth for the race.

Stages one and two of the race are 60 laps each with stage three lasting 130 laps for a total of 250 laps around the 7/8ths of a mile track.

Justin Haley starts from the back of the field after making an engine change.

Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag start of the track and edges out Christopher Bell for the lead.

With Cole Custer out in front, the drivers are getting three wide behind him.

Lap four, leader Cole Custer has already pulled out to a lead of a second on Noah Gragson.

Ryan Ellis was posted for a start violation.

Lap eleven, Cole Custer has increased his lead to over a second and a half on second place driver Christopher Bell.

In traffic, Cole Custer’s lead is down to just over a second ahead of Christopher Bell on lap 35; there are 22 cars on the lead lap.

David Starr brings out the first caution flag of the race when he blows an engine on lap 30.

Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 37 and continues to lead the race. Getting three wide Christopher Bell and Noah Gragson challenge Cole Custer for the lead but Custer holds them off.

With 16 laps remaining in stage one, Justin Haley has moved into the top 10 after starting the race in the back. Cole Custer has pulle out to a half second lead on Christopher Bell with 20 cars on the lead lap.

Joey Gase brings out the second caution flag of the race on lap 48 when he gets into the wall.

Some of the drivers bring their cars down pit road for service.

Cole Custer wins the race off of pit road but it is Justin Haley, who stayed out, that will bring the field to green.

With only five laps remaining in stage one, Justin Haley brings the field down for the green flag and fends off challengers for the lead.

Tyler Reddick is slowed on the track with a possible flat tire. Reddick makes it to pit road but will go a lap down.

Cole Custer retakes the lead but with two laps to go, Christopher Bell gets out in front for the lead.

Christopher Bell wins stage one for his seventh stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Justin Allgaier
Noah Gragson
Harrison Burton
Zane Smith
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Austin Cindric
Michael Annett

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 69 and edges out Cole Custer for the lead.

Lap 70, Christopher Bell has already pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Justin Allgaier.

Noah Gragson brings his car down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop with 46 laps remaining in stage two.

Lap 76, Christopher Bell has increased his lead to over a second and a half on Cole Custer with 19 cars on the lead lap.

Brandon Brown brings his car down pit road and quickly exits the car filled with smoke.

Noah Gragson had stripped threads on his lug nuts.

Lap 90, Christopher Bell now has a three second lead on Cole Custer with 18 cars on the lead lap.

Twenty-seven laps remaining in stage two, there are only 15 cars on the lead lap with Christopher Bell out in front by over three seconds on Cole Custer.

Twenty to go, Christopher Bell continues to dominate stage two with a lead of nearly five seconds on Cole Custer.

Lap 110, Christopher Bell has a near five second lead on Cole Custer with just 13 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 115, Christopher Bell is in traffic and only had a four second lead on Cole Custer.

Pulling way out in front, Christopher Bell wins stage two by over six seconds with only eleven cars on the lead lap. Bell wins his eighth stage win of the season with a stage sweep.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Harrison Burton
Austin Cindric
Justin Allgiaer
Zane Smith
Michael Annett
Brandon Jones
John Hunter Nemechek
Justin Haley

Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three from the outside lane on lap 129 and jumps out in front as the drivers get three wide.

Lap 134 and Christopher Bell has jumped out to a one second lead on Zane Smith.

Lap 141, Christopher Bell has increased his lead to nearly two and a half seconds over Zane Smith.

Out of the infield care center, Brandon Brown reports that the engine expired and exhaust smoke got into the car. He is fine.

One laps to go, Christopher Bell has a near four second lead on Cole Custer.

Lap 158, Christopher Bell continues to dominate the race with a lead of over four seconds on Cole Custer.

Tyler Reddick stayed out at the end of the stage and took a wave around, with 87 laps remaining in the race, had to make a green flag pit stop.

Eighty to go, Christopher Bell continues to dominate the race with a near five second lead on Cole Custer with only 12 cars on the lead lap.

The caution flag comes out with 72 laps remaining in the race for Tyler Matthews. The caution erased a huge lead by Christopher Bell over Cole Custer.

Christopher Bell wins the race of of pit road with Cole Custer right behind him.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 64 laps remaining in the race. Bell jumps out in front to hold on to his lead.

Five of the drivers in the top 10 are rookies.

Lap 201, Christopher Bell has a half second lead on Cole Custer.

Fifty to go, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Cole Custer.

Forty to go, Christopher Bell holds a lead of over a second and a half on Cole Custer.

Thirty-seven to go, Christopher Bell’s lead is now over two seconds on Cole Custer.

The caution flag comes out for the sixth time with 35 laps remaining in the race. Cole Custer has brushed the wall.

Leaders come down pit road for fresh tires and fuel.

Cole Custer wins the race off of pit road at the line.

Cole Custer brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 28 laps remaining in the race. Cole Custer edges out for the lead but gets a challenge from Christopher Bell.

In a bump and run, Christopher Bell gets around Cole Custer to retake the lead with 26 laps remaining in the race.

Twenty to go, Christopher Bell has a lead of nearly a second on Cole Custer.

The caution flag comes out with 15 laps remaining in the race when Chad Finchum gets into the wall. When the caution flag came out, Christopher Bell had second and a half lead on Cole Custer.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with only 10 laps remaining in the race. Christopher Bell edges out Cole Custer to hold on to the lead.

Five to go, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a one second lead on Cole Custer; drivers are getting three wide on the track.

Christopher Bell takes the white flag with a lead of over a second and a half on Cole Custer.

Christopher Bell wins the race for his fourth win of the season and the Mother’s Day / Father’s Day sweep.

Bell celebrates with an impressive burnout.

The results of the CircuitCity.com 250:
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Justin Allgaier
Harrison Burton
Zane Smith
Noah Gragson
Chase Briscoe
John Hunter Nemechek
Michael Annett
Austin Cindric
Brandon Jones
Jeremy Clements
Justin Haley
Gray Gaulding
Tyler Reddick
Ray Black Jr
Josh Williams
Shane Lee
Joe Graf Jr
Tyler Matthews
Chad Finchum
Ryan Repko
Ryan Ellis
Ronnie Bassett Jr
Stephen Leicht
Matt Mills
Mike Harmon
Stan Mullis
Garrett Smithley
Ryan Sieg
Brandon Brown
Vinnie Miller
Joey Gase
David Starr
Morgan Shepherd
Timmy Hill
Jeff Green
Josh Bilicki