In a stand alone event, the Xfinity travels to Wisconsin and another road course at Road America. The longest road course on the circuit, the drivers will take over two minutes to get around the four mile track.
Thirty-eight teams brought cars to the track, all 38 of them will start the race. After a crash in practice, Brandon Jones will have to start the race from the back of the field in a backup car.
After two rounds of qualifying, AJ Allmendinger puts his number 10 car on the pole and will bring the field down for the green flag for the CTECH Manufacturing 180.
With only 45 total laps in the race, stages one and two are a very short 10 laps each with stage three lasting 25 laps. Drivers can run 17 to 20 laps on a single fuel load.
AJ Allmendinger brings the field down for the green flag with Monster Cup Series driver Matt DiBenedetto starting alongside on the front row. Almendinger gets out in front for the lead and leads the first lap.
Halfway through stage one, AJ Allmendinger has pulled out to a lead of a second and a half on Matt DiBenedetto with 37 cars on the track; JJ Yeley is off the track with an electrical issue.
Lap six, after making an off road excursion, Brandon Jones brings his car down pit road for service and to clean the grass off of the grille.
Some of the drivers are short pitting and coming in before the end of the stage including second place driver Matt DiBenedetto and Christopher Bell.
On the final lap of stage one, Justin Allgaier has a flat tire and makes a run through the gravel where is stuck and brings out the caution flag.
AJ Allmendinger wins stage one under the caution flag.
The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Brandon Brown wins the race off of pit road but Austin Cindric stayed out and other drivers had already pitted.
Noah Gragson was caught speeding on pit road and will have restart the race from the back of the field.
Austin Cindric brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 13 with Matt DiBenedetto getting out in front for the lead.
Running in seventh place, Cole Custer gets off the track and makes a run through the sand trap hitting signs along the way and gets back to the track.
Lap 14, Cole Custer has to bring his car down pit road to clean out debris as the temperatures under the hood have risen.
Lap 15, Matt DiBenedetto leads the race with 34 cars on the lead lap. Christopher Bell has moved up to second place with Kaz Grala on his bumper.
Lap 16, Matt DiBenedetto has a lead of over two second with Christopher Bell and Kaz Grala continuing to battle for second.
Cole Custer is back on pit road with radiator issues.
Lap 17, Austin Cindric finally makes his pit stop.
Lap 16, John Hunter Nemechek makes an off road excursion and stirs up a lot of dust – thick as smoke – that drivers must drive through.
Divers begin short pitting with three laps remaining in stage two. Kaz Grala came off the jack wrong and has possible damage to his car.
Leader Matt DiBenedetto brings his car down pit road for service with two laps remaining in stage two. Justin Haley is the new leader.
Brandon Brown and Preston Pardus are out of the race with suspension issues.
Chase Briscoe takes the lead with less than two laps remaining in stage two.
Chase Briscoe wins stage two for his second stage win. Briscoe’s first stage win was also at a road course in Mid Ohio.
The top 10 at the end of stage two:
John Hunter Nemechek
Chase Briscoe wins the race off of pit road, but it is Matt DiBenedetto who is in the lead after staying out on the track; along with Christopher Bell.
Justin Allgaier is on pit road with some extensive work to repair damage after a flat tire.
Matt DiBenedetto brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 24 and gets the jump on Christopher Bell to take the lead.
Lap 26, Matt DiBenedetto has a half second lead on Christopher Bell with 31 cars on the lead lap.
With 20 laps remaining in the race, Ryan Sieg brings his car down pit road after missing a corner. He is the first driver to make his green flag pit stop in stage three.
AJ Allmeninger and Austin Cindric make contact on the track but the track stays green. Cindric brings his car down pit road for service and adjustments.
With 18 laps remaining in the race, Matt DiBenedetto continues to lead the race with Christopher Bell in second over a asecnd back.
Timmy Hill gets off the track and stirs up the dust, but the track stays green.
With 14 laps to go, Vinnie Miller gets off the track but gets going again and the track stays green.
Teams are seeing laps four seconds faster after pit stops.
Brandon Jones has a flat tire that is causing severe damage and throwing debris on the the track causing NASCAR to put out the caution flag. This is only the second caution flag for incident in the race.
Nearly all of the drivers bring their cars down pit road but Christopher Bell and Austin Cindric stayed out on the track after making pit stops a few laps ago.
Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 34 and goes nose to nose with Austin Cindric before Cindric edges out in front for the lead.
Ten to go, Austin Cindric leads the race with Christopher Bell in second with 29 cars on the lead lap.
Nine to go, Christopher Bell is challenging Austin Cindric for the lead. Bell makes the pass and gets around Cindric to take the lead with AJ Allmendinger joining the battle.
Nine to go, Matt DiBenedetto makes a run off the track but the track stays green.
Christopher Bell holds on to a narrow lead over AJ Allmendinger.
Seven to go, Christopher Bell holds on to his lead over AJ Allmendinger. Bell has won five races so far this season but none of them have been on a road course.
The caution flag comes out with just four laps to go when Gray Gaulding gets into the gravel and requires a tow.
With just two laps remaining in the race, Christopher Bell brings the field down for the green flag restart and jumps out in front for the lead as Tyler Reddick takes second.
AJ Allmendinger gets tapped and makes a run through the grass before getting back on the track but way back in the field. Drivers are beating and banging all through the field and sending drivers off the track.
Christopher Bell takes the white flag as he looks to win his first road course.
On the final corner, Matt DiBenedetto gets off the track and wrecks.
Christopher Bell wins his first road course race…and his sixth race of the 2019 season.
The unofficial results of the CTECH Manufacturing 180:
Ray Black Jr
Tommy Joe Martins
John Hunter Nemechek