After a two day delay because of rain, the Xfinity Series makes its return to racing with the Toyota 200 at Darlington Raceway.

And for the third day in a row, weather is causing delays at the track.

After a delay of over four hours, the drivers can finally get ready to race.

Like the Cup Series drivers, the Xfinity Series drivers have had no practice or qualifying on the track and nearly one third of the field has never raced at Darlington before.  Oh, and NASCAR Cup champion and winningest driver in the Xfinity Series Kyle Busch is in the race.

After a random draw, JR Motorsports team mates Noah Gragson and Michael Annett will start on the front row with Daytona winner Noah Gragson bringing the field to the green flag from the pole position.

Stages one and two of the race are 45 laps each with stage three lasting 57 laps for a total of 147 laps around the 1.366 mile track.

NASCAR has called for a competition caution on lap 15.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start of the race from the outside lane and edges out his team mate Michael Annett for the lead.

The drivers quickly get spread out down the track.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Ryan Sieg, Justin Haley, Riley Herbst, and Melon Man Ross Chastain.  Kyle Busch has already moved up to 12th after starting the race in 26th place.

Lap six, Noah Gragson has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Ryan Sieg; Justin Haley, Ross Chastain, and Austin Cindric round out the top five…and Kyle Busch has entered the top 10.

Lap 10, Ryan Sieg has caught up to leader Noah Gragson and is challenging for the lead; Kyle Busch is just outside the top five in sixth place.

When NASCAR throws the competition caution flag, it will be a modified caution where the field will be frozen.  The top 20 cars will come down pit road first and be allowed to make adjustments that they would have made during a practice session, then the second 19 will pit.  Once the drivers have made their first pit stop, the process will be made again.  As long as a driver gets back on pit road before the pace car comes back around, the driver will keep his spot at the time of the caution flag.

When the caution flag came out at the end of lap 15 Noah Gragson was the leader with Ryan Sieg, Justin Haley, Ross Chastain, and Kyle Busch rounding out the top five.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 23 and jumping out in front after a little push from Ross Chastain.

Lap 26, Noah Gragson is in the lead; Ross Chastain, Austin Cindric, Ryan Sieg, and Justin Allgaier round out the top five.  Kyle Busch dropped back to ninth after restarting from the inside lane.

Lap 30, Noah Gragson has a half second lead on Ross Chastain; Austin Cindric, Ryan Sieg, and Justin Allgaier round out the top five.  Kyle Busch has moved up to seventh place.

Noah Gragson’s team is reporting that the crew cannot hear him but he can hear the crew and spotter.

Myatt Snider’s rear bumper is loose after some contact but so far the track stays green.

The caution flag comes out on lap 34 for Myatt Snider’s car.

With just six laps remaining in stage one, Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart and goes nose to nose with Ross Chastain but Gragson holds on to his lead.  Noah Gragson has led every lap so far.

With a lead of a second, Noah Gragson wins stage one for his second stage win in a row.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Noah Gragson
Ross Chastain
Ryan Sieg
Kyle Busch
Austin Cindric
Justin Allgaier
Daniel Hemric
Chase Briscoe
Michael Annett
Justin Haley

The drivers come down pit road for a normal pit stop.  NASCAR has issued each team five sets of tires for this race.

Kyle Busch wins the race off of pit road with Noah Gragson out second.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two from the outside lane and goes nose to nose with Busch before Kyle Busch pulls out in front for the lead.

FOX Sports broadcaster Adam Alexander reports that more rain is approaching the area.

Lap 53, Kyle Busch has a one second lead on Justin Allgaier; Ross Chastain, Noah Gragson, and Daniel Hemric round out the top five.

Lap 58, Kyle Busch continues to lead the race but Justin Allgaier is very slowly eating into the lead which is now down to three quarters of a second; Ross Chastain, Noah Gragson, and Chase Briscoe round out the top five.

Lap 67, Kyle Busch has increased his lead to back over a second on Justin Allgaier; Noah Gragson, Chase Briscoe, and Ross Chastain round out the top five with 30 cars on the lead lap.  Landon Cassill and Stephen Liecht are out of the race.

Lap 71, Kyle Busch has increased his lead to two seconds on Justin Allgaier; Noah Gragson, Chase Brisco, and Ross Chastain rund out the top five.

After breaking both legs in a motorcycle accident, Brett Moffitt makes his return to racing at Darlington.

Only six laps remain in stage two with Kyle Busch leading the way by nearly two seconds over Justin Allgaier; Noah Gragson, Chase Brisco, and Michael Annett round out the top five.  There are 20 cars on the lead lap.

With a lead of two and a half seconds, Kyle Busch wins stage two for his first stage win of the year.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kyle Busch
Justin Allgaier
Noah Gragson
Chase Briscoe
Michael Annett
Daniel Hemric
Ross Chastain
Austin Cindric
Ryan Sieg
Jeremy Clements

Kyle Busch wins the race off of pit road.

As more bad weather approaches, the temperatures are starting to drop in Darlington.

Kyle Busch was caught speeding on pit road and will have to restart the race from the back of the field; but rain is approaching.

Justin Allgaier brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three with 51 laps remaining in the race.  Chase Briscoe takes the lead with Noah Gragson in second.

Fifty to go, Chase Briscoe leads the race; Justin Allgaier, Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, and Michael Annett round out the top five.  Kyle Busch is in 17th position.

Brandon Jones brings his car down pit road for an unscheduled pit stop with 46 laps remaining in the race.

Brandon Jones had a loose wheel.

With 43 laps remaining in the race, Chase Briscoe has a lead of over half a second on Justin Allgaier.  Kyle Busch is in 14th place.

With 37 laps remaining in the race, Chase Briscoe continues to lead the race with Justin Allgaier in second; Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, and Michael Annett round out the top five.  Kyle Busch has moved up to eleventh place.

Thirty five to go, Kyle Busch is back in the top 10.

Thirty to go, Chase Briscoe has increased his lead on Justin Allgaier to over half a second; Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, and Michael Annett round out the top five.  Kyle Busch is now in eighth place.

With 25 laps remaining in the race, Chase Briscoe bounces the wall but holds on to the lead with Justin Allgaier in second; Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, and Michael Annett round out the top five.  Kyle Busch is mired back in seventh.

Twenty to go, Chase Briscoe holds on to the lead but is now less than half a second ahead of Jusitn Allgairer.

Chase Briscoe and Justin Allgaier battle for lead, swapping back and forth with Justin Allgaier finally taking the lead.  Daniel Hemric, Michael Annett, and Austin Cindric round out the top five.  Kyle Busch remains in seventh place.

Michael Annett spins out with a flat tire and brings out the caution flag with just 15 laps remaining in the race.

Drivers bring their cars down pit road for service.  Chase Briscoe wins the race off of pit road; followed by Justin Allgaier and Kyle Busch.

Chase Briscoe brings the field down for the green flag restart with just nine laps remaining in the race.  Briscoe and Justin Allgaeir go side by side before Briscoe gets out in front.

Eight to go, Chase Briscoe is in the lead but Kyle Busch has moved into second place and is coming on.  Drivers are getting three wide back in the field.

Seven to go, Chase Briscoe has a half second lead on Kyle Busch.

Six to go, Kyle Busch has closed the gap to less than half a second on leader Chase Briscoe.

Five to go, Chase Briscoe holds on to the lead with Kyle Busch in second; Justin Allgaier, Noah Gragson, and Austin Cindric round out the top five.

Four to go, Chase Briscoe holds on to his half second lead on Kyle Busch.

Two to go, Kyle Busch has closed the gap on leader Chase Briscoe to under half a second.

Chase Briscoe takes the white flag but is getting challenged by Kyle Busch for the lead.

Chase Briscoe beats out Kyle Busch by a nose to win the Toyota 200 after a delay of nearly two days because of bad weather.

the unofficial results of the Toyota 200:
Chase Briscoe
Kyle Busch
Justin Allgaier
Austin Cindric
Noah Gragson
Daniel Hemric
Ryan Sieg
Ross Chastain
Harrison Burton
Justin Haley
Brett Moffitt
Jeremy Clements
Brandon Brown
Anthony Alfredo
BJ McLeod
Josh Williams
Alex Labbe
Riley Herbst
Joe Graf Jr
Brandon Jones
Ray Black II
Timmy Hill
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Chad FInchum
Michael Annett
Tommy Joe Martins
Colby Howard
Joe Nemechek
Vinnie Miller
Mason Massey
Ronnie Bassett Jr
Kody Vanderwal
Bayley Currey
Matt Mills
Myatt Snider
Jesse Little
Colin Garrett
Landon Cassill
Stephen Leicht