It’s day two of the double double for NASCAR at Dover International Speedway as the team take on Miles the Monster.

The Xfinity Series gets the afternoon of racing started with the second Drydene 200. 

Justin Allgaier took the win in Saturday’s race, but he will have to come from the middle of the pack if he wants to repeat his win after NASCAR has inverted the first 15 drivers and putting Brett Moffitt on the pole with Brandon Brown starting alongside on the front row.

In a doubleheader weekend the drivers must race the same car in both races.  If a driver cannot use the same car, then they will have to start the race from the back of the field.  Chase Briscoe finished 10th in Saturdays race, but due to crash damage sustained during the race has gone to a backup car and will have to start the race from the back of the field.

Anthony Alfredo is already on pit road with power steering issues.

Stages one and two of the race are 45 laps each with stage three lasting 110 laps for a total of 200 laps around the one mile track.

NASCAR has called for a competition caution on lap eight.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead with Justin Haley taking second place; Riley Herbst, Brandon Brown, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

Lap five, Brett Moffitt leads the way with Justin Haley less than half a second back.  A full time Truck Series driver, Moffitt is leading his first ever Xfinity Series laps.

Lap eight, the top five are Brett Moffitt, Justin Haley, Riley Herbst, Noah Gragson, and Brandon Brown.  Saturday’s winner Justin Allgaier has moved up to sixth place from his 15th place starting spot. 

The first caution flag of the race comes out on lap eleven when Vinnie Miller slaps the wall hard.

After starting the race from the back of the field, Chase Brisoce has moved up to 16th place.

Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 16 with Moffitt jumping out in front to hold on to the lead.

Lap 17, the top five are Brett Moffitt, Riley Herbst, Justin Haley, Brandon Brown, and Noah Gragson.

Lap 18, Justin Allgaier has entered the top five.

Lap 20, Brett Moffitt leads the race with Ross Chastain in second.

Lap 21, NASCAR displays the yellow flag for the competition caution.  Teams have an option of coming down pit road during a competition but are not required to do so.

The team only have three sets of tires in the pits for a total of four sets, counting the set on their cars.

Leaders stay out, but a few drivers back in the field come down pit road for service.

Harrison Burton has to restart the race from the back of the field after a choose cone violation.

Leading every lap so far, Brett Moffitt brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 25, but it is the watermelon man Ross Chastain who takes the lead, putting Moffitt in second; Riley Herbst, Justin Allgaier, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Daniel Hemric takes over the driving duties from Jeb Burton in the number eight car for today’s race.

Lap 30, Ross Chastain has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Brett Moffitt with Justin Allgaier a second and a half in third.

Lap 34, Ross Chastain has pulled out to a lead of a second and a half on Brett Moffitt; Justin Allgaier, Riley Herbst, and Noah Gragson round out the top five. With 34 cars on the lead lap.  Vinnie Miller is out of the race.

Lap 37, Ross Chastain has increased his lead to over two seconds on Brett Moffitt. 

Lap 38, Justin Allgaier takes second from Brett Moffitt; two and a half seconds behind leader Ross Chastain.

Four laps remain in stage one, Ross Chastain has a two and a half second lead on Justin Allgaier; Brett Moffitt, Riley Herbst, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

With a lead of two seconds, Ross Chastain wins stage one for his first stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Ross Chastain
Justin Allgaier
Brett Moffitt
Riley Herbst
Noah Gragson
Chase Briscoe
Justin Haley
Austin Cindric
Daniel Hemric
Brandon Brown

Drivers bring their cars down pit road for service with Brandon Jones winning the race off of pit road after taking only two tires.

Riley Herbst’s team was charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road and will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

Brandon Jones brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 53 but it is Justin Allgaier who edges out for the lead.  Drivers are getting three wide across the battle as they battle for position.

The top five are Justin Allgaier, Ross Chastain, Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, and Brandon Jones.

Lap 57, the top three drivers are separated by less than half a second.

Lap 60, Justin Allgaier is in the lead with Ross Chastain in second; Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

The caution flag comes out on lap 65 when Jeffrey Earnhardt gets into the wall after some possible contact with Riley Herbst.

Justin Allgaier brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 69 with Allgaier Jumping out for the lead with Ross Chastain in second; Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

Coming from third place, Chase Briscoe comes from the outside and takes the lead of the race after starting the race from the back of the field in a backup car.

Lap 73, there are 32 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 75, the top five are Chase Briscoe, Justin Allgaier, Ross Chastain, Austin Cindric, and Noah Gragson.

Lap 83, Chase Briscoe has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on Justin Allgaier; Ross Chastain, Austin Cindric, and Noah Gragson round out the top five.

With a half second lead, Chase Briscoe wins stage two for his fifth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Chase Briscoe
Justin Allgaier
Ross Chastain
Austin Cindric
Noah Gragson
Daniel Hemric
Brandon Jones
Brett Moffitt
Harrison Burton
Justin Haley

Drivers brings their cars down pit road for service with Chase Briscoe winning the race off of pit road and Austin Cindric out second.  A small pit road, Daniel Hemric and Brandon Jones make contact after their pit stops.  Justin Allgaier had a slow pit stop due to crew issues and lost several spots on the track.  Allgaier’s team was charged with having an uncontrolled tire on pit road.

Chase Briscoe brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 97 and jumps out in front of Austin Cindric for the lead.

The top five are Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, Ross Chastain, Daniel Hemric, and Harrison Burton.

Lap 101, Chase Briscoe has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Ross Chastain with Austin Cindric in third over a second behind.

Lap 104, the top five are Chase Briscoe, Ross Chastain, Austin Cindric, Daniel Hemric, and Harrison Burton.

Lap 107, after having to restart the race form the back of the field, Justin Allgaier has already moved into 15th place in just 10 laps.

Lap 112, Chase Briscoe has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Ross Chastain with Austin Cindric nearly two seconds back in third; Daniel Hemric and Harrison Burton round out the top five.  There are 28 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 120, Chase Briscoe continues to lead the race with Ross Chastain in second one second back.

With a fuel load of 85 to 90 laps, the drivers cannot compete the race on a single fuel load; they will have to make a pit stop at some point during the final stage.

Leader Chase Briscoe tweeted before the race that he was going to win today’s race.

Lap 126, Chase Briscoe has a lead of nearly a second and a half on Ross Chastain; Austin Cindric is nearly three and a half seconds back in third.  There are only 19 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 132, Chase Briscoe has a second and a half lead on Ross Chastain; Austin Cindric, Daniel Hemric, and Harrison Burton round out the top five with 16 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 138, Chase Briscoe continues to dominate the race with a lead of nearly two seconds on Ross Chastain; Austin Cindric is four seconds back in third place.

Lap 142, Justin Allgaier has entered the top 10.  There are only 16 cars on the lead lap with four drivers out of the race.

Fifty to go, Chase Briscoe has a one second lead on Ross Chastain; Austin Cindric, Daniel Hemric, and Harrison Burton round out the top five.  Chase Briscoe has encountered heavy traffic with only 12 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 155, with race leader Chase Briscoe in heavy traffic, Ross Chastain is one second back in second place; third place driver Austin Cindric is nearly five seconds behind the leader.

Lap 158, there are eleven cars on the lead lap.

Lap 161, Chase Briscoe continues to dominate the race with a second and a half lead on Ross Chastain; Austin Cindric is over six seconds back in third place.

Lap 163, Daniel Hemric’s team is short pitting and comes down pit road for fuel and fresh tires.  Harrison Burton also comes down pit road for his service nearly spinning out to begin the cycle of green flag pit stops.

Harrison Burton has been charged with a commitment cone violation and will have to serve a pass through penalty.

Leader Chase Briscoe comes down pit road for his service giving the lead over to Ross Chastain.

Lap 168, Ross Chastain makes his pit stop and gives the lead over to Brandon Jones.

Stefan Parson spins out at the entrance to pit road, but the track stays green.

Lap 171, leader Brandon Jones comes down pit road for his service and gives the lead over the Noah Gragson.

Chase Briscoe is the first car one lap down in fifth place with Ross Chastain on his bumper.

Twenty five to go, the top four drivers have yet to make their pits tops – Noah Gragson, Justin Allgaier, Michael Annett, and Anthony Alfredo.

Justin Allgaier makes his pit stop; leaving only three drivers who have yet to pit.

Lap 182, leader Noah Gragson makes his pit stop and giving the lead over to Michael Annett, the final driver who has not made a pit stop.

Fifteen to go, Michael Annett is the leader but still needs to make his pit stop.  Once Annett pits, Chase Briscoe will retake the lead with Ross Chastain behind him.

Lap 187, Michael Annett makes his pit stop.  Chase Briscoe is the leader with Ross Chastain over two and a half seconds back; Austin Cindric, Brandon Jones, and Daniel Hemric round out the top five with just nine cars on the lead laps.

Lap 191, Chase Briscoe has pulled out to a three second lead on Ross Chastain with Austin Cindric over three seconds back in third.

Pit reporter Jesse Iwuji reports a few rain drops in the area.

Seven to go, Chase Briscoe reports that it is raining.

Five to go, Chase Briscoe has a two second lead on Ross Chastain with Austin Cindric two and a half seconds back with only seven cars on the lead lap.

At 100 laps of green flag racing, it is the longest green flag run in the Xfinity Series this season.

With a lead of two seconds on Ross Chastain, Chase Briscoe takes the white flag.

Coming from last place in a backup car, Chase Briscoe wins the race, like he predicted, in dominating fashion for his sixth win of the season.  When the season began, Briscoe said that he needed to win eight races this season.

The unofficial results for the Drydene 200:
Chase Briscoe
Ross Chastain
Austin Cindric
Brandon Jones
Daniel Hemric
Noah Gragson
Justin Allgaier
Michael Annett
Riley Herbst
Brett Moffitt
Harrison Burton
Justin Haley
Anthony Alfredo
Ryan Sieg
Tommy Joe Martins
Brandon Brown
Alex Labbe
Myatt Snider
Jeremy Clements
David Starr
Joe Graf Jr
Josh Williams
Jesse Little
Chad Finchum
BJ McLeod
Colby Howard
Kody Vanderwal
Stefan Parsons
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Matt Mills
Stephen Leicht
Korbin Forrister
Bayley Currey
Timmy Hill
Kyle Weatherman
Vinnie Miller