The Xfinity Series takes to the track in race two of a doubleheader day for the Ag-Pro 300. This is the second race in the round of 12 playoffs.

Stage one and two are 25 laps in length with stage three lasting 63 laps for a total of 113 laps around the two and a half mile track.

Chase Briscoe brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead.

Noah Gragson gets out in front of Chase Brisoce for the lead.

Lap three, drivers get three wide across the track with Justin Allgaier taking the lead. Chase Briscoe passes Justin Allgaier to take the lead.

Lap four, Chase Briscoe is in the lead with Austin Cindric in second and Anthony Alfredo in third.

Lap five, Chase Briscoe holds on to the lead; Austin Cindric, Anthony Alfredo, Justin Allgaier, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Justin Allgaier has taken thrid form Anthony Alfredo.

Lap eleven, Chase Briscoe lead the race from the outside lane with Justin Allgaier leading the inside lane.

Lap 12, the top five are Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, Justin Allgaier, Justin Haley, and Brandon Brown.

There are 35 cars on the lead lap with Kody Vanderwal off the track.

Lap 14, Chase Briscoe continues to lead the race with Austin Cindric in second; Justin Haley, Brandon Brown, and Justin Allgaier round out the top five.

Lap 15 Justin Allgaier takes third on the inside land with Chase Briscoe in the lead.

Lap 16 Chase Briscoe is in the lead with Austin Cindric in second and Justin Allgaier in third.

Lap 17, Chase Briscoe holds on to the lead of the race; Austin Cindric, Justin Haley, Justin Allgaier, and Michael Annett round out the top five.

With seven laps remaining in stage one, Chase Briscoe continues to dominate the race with Austin Cindric in second and Justin Haley in third; Brandon Jones and Riley Herbst round out the top five.

Five to go in stage one, Chase Briscoe has led nearly every lap in the stage with Austin Cindric in second and Justin Haley in third.

There are 35 cars on the lead lap. Kody Vanderwal has returned to the track 15 laps down.

Leader Chase Briscoe has secured his spot in the next round of the playoffs after winning the race in Las Vegas last week.

Lap 23, Chase Briscoe is in the lead with Austin Cindric in second and Justin Haley in third.

Chase Briscoe wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Chase Briscoe
Austin Cindric
Brandon Jones
Justin Haley
Anthony Alfredo
Riley Herbst
Ryan Sieg
Harrison Burton
Daniel Hemric
Justin Allgaier

Drivers come down pit road for service with Chase Briscoe winning the race off of pit road. Many of the teams took only two tires.

Chase Briscoe brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 30 with Briscoe holding on to the lead. After nearly missing the start of the race, Brandon Jones is in second and Austin Cindric is in third.

Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric are the only two cars in the field that are Fords.

Lap 31, Brandon Jones and Chase Briscoe battle for the lead and swapping to back and forth. Chase Briscoe retakes and holds the lead.

Lap 32, the top five are Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, Anthony Alfredo, Justin Haley, and Ross Chastain.

Lap 34, Chase Briscoe leads from the outside lane with most of the field in the outside lane.

Lap 35, the top five are Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, Justin Haley, Daniel Jemric, and Justin Allgaier.

Lap 39, Chase Briscoe leads the freight train of cars from the outside lane near the wall; Austin Cindric, Justin Haley, Daniel Hemric, and Justin Allgiaer round out the top five.

Ten laps remain in stage two, some of the drivers are looking to gather a group of drivers to try and move up in the field.

Vinnie Miller in 36th is the only car one lap down; Kody Vanderwal is 15 laps down.

Riley Herbst spins out and hits the wall hard before making a run through the grass. Herbst hit the driver’s side hard against the wall. There may be a broken track bar on the car.

A few drivers short pitted and came down pit road for tires and will stay out at the end of the stage.

Chase Briscoe brings the field down for the green flag restart with just four laps remaining in stage two. Ross Chastain got spun out on the restart bringing out the caution flag. Colby Howard was also involved.

NASCAR has red flagged the race to preserve the end of the stage for a green flag finish.

After a hard hit, Chastain’s crew believes that most of the damage is cosmetic and not structural. They cannot touch the car until the red flag has been lifted.

Harrison Burton’s car, which was also involved, has some damage to his car on the front end.

Pit reports reveal that Ross Chastain’s team has said that they have a broken control arm in the car.

NASCAR has pulled the red flag and displayed the yellow flag. The cars get moving again. Justin Allgaier”s car spews a great deal of smoke or steam when he fires up the car but it quickly goes away.

Ross Chastain is on pit road and the crew is working on repairs. Chastain is on the crash clock; he has six minutes to get the car repaired enough to make minimum speed or he is out of the race.

Justin Allgaier reports that his water guage is fluctuating up and down.

Chase Briscoe brings the field to the green flag for the final lap of stage two and jumps out in front for thel ead.

Chase Briscoe sweeps the stages with a stage two win.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Chase Briscoe
Austin Cindric
Daniel Hemric
Justin Haley
Justin Allgaier
Harrisn Burton
Brandon Jones
Ruan Sieg
Brandon Brown
Noah Gragson

Drivers come down pit road for service with Noah Gragson winning the race on pit road after taking only fuel.

Justin Allgaier made an additional trip down pit road with concerns of possible issues after the car left fluid on the ground. He was also penalized for having too many crew members over the pit wall.

AJ Allmendinger brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 56 and the front of the pack quickly gets three and four wide.

AJ Allmendinger leads the race with Noah Gragson in secnd and Michael Annett in third; Daniel Hemric and Justin Haley round out the top five. Chase Briscoe is in 12th place.

Lap 58, AJ Allmendinger holds on to the lead with Noah Gragson in second and Michael Annett in third. There are 34 cars on the lead lap. Riley Herbst and Colby Howard are out of the race.

Lap 60, AJ Allmendinger continues to lead the race followed by team mates Noah Gragson, Michael Annett, and Daniel Hemric.

With 63 laps in the stage, the drivers cannot complete the race without making a pit stop.

Justin Allgaier’s team reports that they may have a cylander going down.

Lap 65, AJ Allmendinger leads the pack from the outside lane; Noah Gragson, Michael Annett, and Daniel Hemric, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Lap 67, AJ Allmendinger has a tenth of a second lead on Noah Gragson; Michael Annett, Daniel Hemric, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Already out of the race, playoff driver Riley Herbst finds himself at the bottom of the list 32 points below the cut line.

Lap 71, AJ Allmendinger continues to hold on to his narrow lead on Noah Gragson; Michael Annett, Daniel Hemric, and Justin Haley round out the top five.

Despit possible engine trouble, Justin Allgaier is still on the lead lap in 19th place.

Lap 76, AJ Allmendinger leads the race with Noah Gragson in second as drivers prepare to make a pit stop.

The caution flag come out on lap 77 for a crash involving Austin Cindric and Austin Hill. Both cars have significant damage after hitting the wall.

Drivers are running speeds of near 200mph on the track; pit road speed is 55mph.

Austin Cindric’s car is being towed to the garage and is out of the race.

There were some drivers who came down pit road but continued on and did not make a stop. Michael Annett, Justin Haley, and Ryan Vargas were charged with pitting too early and will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

With 33 laps remaining in the race, the drivers are now in their pit window to finish the race on a single fuel load.

Drivers come down pit road for service with many of them taking fuel only. Brandon Brown wins the race off of pit road.

Brandon Brown brings the field down for the green flag restart with 30 laps remaining in the race. Brown gets out in front for the lead with Brandon Jones in second and Ross Chastain in third.

Chase Briscoe has moved into third place.

Drivers are getting three and four wide across the track as they get aggressive for positon with only 29 laps to go.

Chase Briscoe and Brandon Brown battle for the lead with Briscoe edging out for the lead.

Twenty eight to go, Chase Briscoe leads the race with AJ Allmendinger on his bumper; Brandon Jones is in third.

Drivers are three wide through the field.

Twenty six to go, Chase Briscoe leads the way with AJ Allmendinger in second and Brandon Jones in third. Josh Williams is leading the inside lane.

Twenty four to go, Chase Briscoe is the sole Ford on the track and is leading the race with AJ Allmendinger in second and Brandon Jones in third. He has led 53 laps so far in today’s race.

There are 31 cars on the lead lap. Joe Graf Jr is off the track.

The caution flag comes out with 22 laps to go for debris on the track.

Justin Allgaier is reporting that the oil gage is going “haywire”. He has a lot of smoke coming out the back of his car.

With 18 laps remaining in the race, Chase Brisoce brings the field down for the green flag restart and gets out in front for the lead as drivers get three and four wide across the track.

Chase Briscoe is in the lead with Noah Gragson in second and Daniel Hemric in thrid.

Justin Allgaier brings his smoking car down pit road and heads for the garage with engine issues.

Sixteen to go, Chase Brisoce leads the way; Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, Ross Chastain, and Harrison Burton round out the top five.

Fourteen to go, Chase Briscoe leads the race with Noah Gragson on his bumper; Daniel Hemric, Ross Chastain, and Harrison Burton round out the top five.

Ten to go, Chase Briscoe continues to lead the race; Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, Ross Chastain, and Harrison Burton round out the top five.

Eight to go, drivers are starting to make their moves to advance through the field.

Chase Briscoe continues to lead the race with Noah Gragson in second.

Only six laps remain in the race with Chase Briscoe leading the way while drivers in the back of the field battle for position.

Five to go, Chase Briscoe continues to lead the race; Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, Ross Chastain, and AJ Allmendinger round out the top five.

Four to go, the inside lane in moving forward as more drivers join the pack.

Three to go, Chase Briscoe holds on to the lead.

Chase Briscoe gets loose but saves the car and continues to lead the race.

Two to go, Justin Haley passes Chase Briscoe from the inside lane. Noah Gragson makes contackt with Chase Briscoe for a second time and Briscoe falls through the field.

Justin Haley takes the white flag. Cars are wrecking behind the leader and brings out the caution flag.

Justin Haley wins his third Superspeedway race in a row to tie Dale Earnhardt Sr and Jr.

After the crash on the final lap, several drivers are left in the grass or against the wall while others are limping around the track.

The unofficial results of the Ag-Pro 300:
Justin Haley
Michael Annett
Ryan Sieg
Noah Gragson
Brandon Jones
Daniel Hemric
Ross Chastain
Josh Williams
Garrett Smithley
Brandon Brown
Alex Labbe
Chad Finchum
Anthony Alfredo
Caesar Bacarella
Timmy Hill
Tommy Joe Martins
Joe Nemechek
Mike Harmon
Josh Bilicki
Chase Briscoe
Jeremy Clements
Matt Mills
Vinnie Miller
Harrison Burton
AJ Allmendinger
Jesse Little
Myatt Snider
Brett Moffitt
Kody Vanderwal
Justin Allgaier
Ryan Vargas
Joe Graf Jr
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Austin Hill
Austin Cindric
Riley Herbst
Colby Howard