In a stand alone event, the Xfinity Series travels to Mid Ohio for the B&L Transport 170 and a second week of road course racing.
After winning the race last week in Watkins Glen, Austin Cindric wins the pole and will bring the field to the green flag.
Stages one and two of the race are 20 laps each with stage three lasting 35 laps for a total of 75 laps around the 2.25 mile road course.
Regan Smith, Justin Haley, Aaron Quine, and Patrick Gallagher all will have to start the race from the back of the field for a variety of issues.
Austin Cindric brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead.
Austin Cindric leads the first lap.
Lap three, as the drivers get spread out, Austin Cindric has a lead of over half a second on British driver Jack Hawksworth who is making his first Xfinity Series race.
The first caution flag of the race comes out for Ray Black Jr on lap five when he gets stopped on the track.
The window is open for drivers to make a pit stop and have enough fuel to the end of stage two, but no drivers came down pit road.
Austin Cindric brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap seven and edges out Jack Hawksworth to hold on to the lead.
Lap eight, Austin Cindric has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Jack Hawksworth.
Lap nine, Austin Cindric has increased his lead to over a second on Jack Hawksworth with Christopher Bell in third nearly a second and a half back.
Lap 10, Jack Hawksworth has caught up to leader Austin Cindric and is looking to challenge for the lead.
Lap 12, John Hunter Nemechek gets off the track and loses several spots but the track stays green.
Christopher Bell gets around Jack Hawksworth for second and sets his sights on leader Austin Cindric.
Lap 14, Austin Cindric has a lead of over two and a half seconds on Christopher Bell.
Lap 16, Cole Custer gets into Jack Hawksworth and turns Hawksworth around and Custer gets into the grass but the track stays green.
Lap 18, drivers begin making their pit stops before the end of the stage including leader Austin Cindric.
Austin Cindric’s car stalls on pit road, costing him several spots on the track.
Chase Briscoe wins stage one for his first stage win.
The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Justin Haley has possible power steering issues.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two and gets out in front of Austin Cindric for the lead.
Lap 24, the top three are Christopher Bell, Austin Cindric, and Justin Allgaier.
Lap 26 Christopher Bell has a lead of just under half a second on Austin Cindric.
Lap 29, Brandon Brown gets into the dirt and brings out the caution flag.
Austin Cindric’s team is reporting a possible electrical issue and Tyler Reddick is reporting that he may have a brake issue.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart but the caution flag comes out quickly when Chris Dyson makes contact and gets off the track with heavy damage.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart with just four laps remaining in stage two and edges out Jack Hawksworth to hold on to the lead. Justin Allgaier and Noah Gragson get turned around on the track and brings out the caution flag. Aaron Quine also gets spun around.
While the drivers were wrecking, Jack Hawksworth gets past Christopher Bell for the lead.
There are car parts scattered all over the track including a tire from Stephen Leicht’s car.
In his first stock car race, Jack Hawksworth wins his first stage under caution.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
John Hunter Nemechek
Tommy Joe Martins
Taking only fuel Michael Annett wins the race off of pit road.
Timmy Hill and Josh Williams bring the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 43 with the drivers getting three wide across the track. Josh Williams is in the lead.
Noah Gragson and Lawson Aschenbach were both posted for an incorrect restart and will have to serve a pass through penalty.
Noah Gragson had passed Josh Williams for the lead at the time he was posted. Michael Annett becomes the new leader.
Lap 44, Austin Cindric is in the lead with Michael Annett in second.
Christopher Bell takes second from Michael Annett.
Lap 46, Austin Cindric has a two second lead on Christopher Bell.
While serving his pass through penalty, Lawson Aschenbach was caught speeding on pit road and will have to make another trip down pit road.
Lap 49, Austin Cindric continues to lead the race with Christopher Bell in second over two and a half seconds back and Tyler Reddick in third.
Lap 52, Austin Cindric continues to lead the race by over three seconds.
Twenty to go, Austin Cindric is looking to go from pole to checkers as he continues to lead the race.
Scott Heckert gets off the track and runs through the sand into the tire barrier bringing out the caution flag with 19 laps remaining in the race.
Austin Cindric wins the race off of pit raod as the top five stay in tact.
Regan Smith and Will Rodgers bring the field down for the green flag restart with 16 laps remaining in the race. Mired in traffic, Austin Cindric and other leaders who pitted are getting three wide to work their way back to the front.
Fourteen to go, Chase Briscoe is in the lead with Austin Cindric in second.
Lap 62, Austin Cindric gets past Chase Briscoe to retake the lead. Christopher Bell is in second with Briscoe in third.
Ten to go, Austing Cindric has a lead of nearly two and a half seconds on Christopher Bell.
Seven to go, Austin Cindric continues to lead the race with a lead of nearly three and a half seconds on Christopher Bell.
Four to go, Austin Cindric continues to lead the race; he is three seconds out in front of Christopher Bell. For the second week in a row, the top three are Austin Cindric, Christopher Bell, and AJ Allmendinger.
Austin Cindric takes the white flag.
Going back to back, Austin Cindric wins his second road course race. This is a home win for Cindric who was born just an hour south of the track.
The unofficial results of the B&L Transport 170:
Tommy Joe Martins
Ray Black II
John Hunter Nemechek