Race two of this triple header weekend is a stand alone race for the Xfinity Series in Iowa with the U.S. Cellular 250.

With a qualifying time of 23.710 Christopher Bell puts his number 20 car on the pole and will bring the field to green. Barely missing the top spot, Chase Briscoe will start alongside on the front row.

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 7/8 mile track.

A few hours before race time a rain storm moved through and washed all the rubber off of the track.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and edges out Chase Briscoe at the line but Briscoe gives Bell a bit of a challenge before Christopher Bell takes the lead. The drivers get three wide across the track.

Lap four, Christopher Bell has already pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Chase Briscoe. J.J. Yeley is off the track.

Lap nine, Christopher Bell has increased his lead to nearly a second on Chase Briscoe.

Lap eleven, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Chase Briscoe.

Lap 24, Christopher Bell continues to lead the race with Chase Briscoe in second.

Lap 31, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of over two seconds on Chase Briscoe with 22 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 34, Christopher Bell’s lead is now over four seconds ahead of Chase Briscoe.

Lap 44, Justin Allgaier hits the wall but the track stays green until Austin Crindric slams the wall and brings out the first caution flag of the race.

Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road.

After staying out on the track, Zane Smith brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 52 and gets out in front for the lead.

NASCAR is reviewing the restart.

NASCAR has determined that the restart was good.

Lap 55, Christopher Bell is the leader of the race.

Lap 57, Christopher Bell continues to lead the race with Cole Custer in second.

Christopher Bell wins stage one for his 12th stage win of ht season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Christopher Bell
Cole Custer
Chase Briscoe
Brandon Jones
Justin Allgaier
Tyler Reddick
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Michael Annett
Riley Herbst

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 69 and jumps out in front for the lead.

Lap 72, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Brandon Jones.

Riley Herbst brings out the caution flag on lap 74 when he gets loose and spins out. Jeremy Clements was also involved in the wreck with nowhere to go.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 80 and edges out Brandon Jones with a little help from a push.

Lap 83, Christopher Bell has a near half second lead on Chase Briscoe.

Lap 88, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Chase Briscoe.

Lap 91, Christopher Bell now has a lead of over a second on Chase Briscoe.

Brandon Jones hits the wall but the track stays green. Jones brings his car down pit road for repairs.

Lap 101, Christopher Bell continues to dominate the race with a lead of over two seconds on Chase Briscoe.

Lap 107, with 23 cars on the lead lap Christopher Bell has a lead of over two and a half seconds on Chase Briscoe.

Lap 116, Christopher Bell now has a lead of over three seconds on Chase Briscoe with 18 cars on the lead lap.

Christopher Bell increases his stage point lead with his 13th stage win of the season at the end of stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Christopher Bell
Chase Briscoe
Tyler Reddick
Cole Custer
Justin Haley
John Hunter Nemechek
Michael Annett
Ryan Sieg
Zane Smith
Justin Allgaier

Christopher Bell wins the race off of pit road with Chase Briscoe out second.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 130 and holds on to his lead as drivers get three and four wide behind him.

Lap 135, Christopher Bell has a lead of over half a second on Cole Custer.

Lap 141, Christopher Bell has increased his lead to over a second on Cole Custer.

The caution flag comes out for David Starr when he hits the wall.

Taking fuel only Chase Briscoe wins the race off of pit road.

After staying out on the track, John Hunter Nemechek is the leader and will bring the field to green.

Chase Briscoe was charged with running over the air gun and will have to restart the race from the back of the field. Since he is starting from the back of the field, Chase Briscoe came down pit road for tires.

Cole Custer was caught speeding on pit road.

John Hunter Nemechek brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 159 and initially holds off the field for the lead…until Christopher Bell comes charging through and takes the lead on lap 161.

The caution flag comes out when Cole Custer hits the wall.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 170 and jumps out in front for the lead.

Lap 173, Christopher Bell has a lead of over half a second on Tyler Reddick.

Lap 183, Christopher Bell has a lead of over a second on Tyler Reddick as the sun begins to set over Iowa Speedway. There are 20 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 190, 60 to go, Christopher Bell continues to dominate the race with a near second lead on Tyler Reddick.

The caution flag comes out on lap 200 when Michael Annett gets loose and spins out blowing a couple of tires.

While some of the drivers made a trip down pit road for service, the leaders stayed out on the track.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 207and goes nose to nose with Tyler Reddick before getting out in front for the lead as Tyler Reddick, Justin Allgaier, and John Hunter Nemechek battle for second.

Since getting past Tyler Reddick, Christopher Bell has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on John Hunter Nemechek.

Lap 214, John Hunter Nemechek has caught up to leader Christopher Bell and is challenging for the lead. After battling for a few laps, Christopher Bell holds on to the lead as Brandon Brown brings out the caution flag with a blown engine. Brown had a trail of smoke that looked like a victory burn out.

Christopher Bell has led 212 of the 221 laps run in the race so far.

Dillon Bassett brought his car down pit road and hit one of the sweeper trucks in a cloud of dust.

Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with John Hunter Nemechek alongside with just 22 laps remaining in the race. After some side by side racing and a push from Chase Briscoe, Christopher Bell edges out for the lead.

Twenty to go, Chase Briscoe gets around John Hunter Nemechek for second place and is on leader Christopher Bell’s bumper.

John Hunter Nemechek and Chase Briscoe are in a fierce battle for second with Christopher Bell holding on to the lead with 17 laps to go.

With 14 laps to go, there are 15 cars on the lead lap.

Tyler Reddick gets into the wall but the track stays green.

Ten to go, Christopher Bell continues to lead with Chase Briscoe in second as drivers battle for position behind them.

Only nine laps remain in the race, Chase Briscoe has caught leader Christopher Bell and is challenging for the lead.

Seven to go, Chase Briscoe edges out Christopher Bell to take the lead of the race.

Chase Briscoe takes the white flag.

Chase Briscoe wins his first race of the season and earns himself a spot in the playoffs with just two more races to go in the regular season.

After dominating the race all day, Christopher Bell ends up finishing second.

Chase Briscoe gives an impressive victory burnout after charging through the field after getting a pit road penalty that put him back in the field.

Unofficial results for the U.S. Cellular 250:
Chase Briscoe
Christopher Bell
John Hunter Nemechek
Noah Gragson
Tyler Reddick
Justin Allgaier
Shane Lee
Justin Haley
Zane Smith
Michael Annett
Ray Black Jr
Ryan Sieg
Riley Herbst
Gray Gaulding
Josh Williams
Stephen Leicht
Ryan Vargas
Matt Mills
Joey Gase
Vinnie Miller
Stefan Parsons
Garrett Smithley
Stan Mullis
Camden Murphy
Ryan Repko
Dillon Bassett
Brandon Brown
Will Rodgers
Cole Custer
Jeremy Clements
David Starr
Chad Finchum
Brandon Jones
Mike Harmon
Timmy Hill
Morgan Shepherd
Austin Cindric
J.J. Yeley

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