In race two of the throwback triple header weekend at Darlington Raceway, the Xfinity Series takes to the track for the Steakhouse Elite 200.

This is also the third of four Dash-4-Cash races with Noah Gragson, Jeb Burton, Austin Cindric, and AJ Allmendinger competing for the $100,000 prize.

AJ Allmendinger sits on the pole and will bring the field to green with Austin Cindric starting alongside on the front row.

Dale Earnhardt Jr is driving the pace car for today’s race.

The starting lineup for the Steakhouse Elite 200:
AJ Allmendinger
Austin Cindric
Jeb Burton
Justin Haley
Noah Gragson
Riley Herbst
Daniel Hemric
Harrison Burton
Brandon Brown
Myatt Snider
Ryan Sieg
Jeremy Clements
Brett Moffitt
Tommy Joe Martins
Timmy Hill
Justin Allgaier
David Starr
Jade Buford
Landon Cassill
Michael Annett
Josh Williams
Brandon Jones
Alex Labbe
Josh Berry
Colby Howard
Kyle Weatherman
Brandon Gdovic
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Ty Gibbs
Joe Graf Jr
Jesse Little
Matt Mills
Ryan Ellis
Ryan Vargas
JJ Yeley
Tanner Berryhill
Gray Gaulding
BJ McLeod
Bayley Currey
Matt Jaskol

NASCAR has called for a competition caution of lap 20.

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 mile and a third track.

Cup Series drivers Bubba Wallace and Erik Jones join Adam Alexander in the broadcast booth for the race.

AJ Allmendinger brings the field down for the green flag start of the race from the outside lane and edges out Austin Cindric for the lead.

The teams were given five sets of tires for todays race.

Lap three Austin Cindric challenges AJ Allmendinger for the lead and on lap four Cindric takes the lead.

Lap four, the top five are Austin Cindric, AJ Allmendinger, Justin Haley, Jeb Burton, and Noah Gragson.

The caution flag comes out for a wreck involving Brandon Gdovic, JJ Yeley, and Joe Graf Jr in a three wide battle.

Austin Cindric brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap eight and holds on to the lead with Justin Haley in second.

Lap eight, the top five are Austin Cindric, Justin Haley, AJ Allmendinger, Noah Gragson, and Jeb Burton.

Lap 10, AJ Allmendinger takes second from Justin Haley.

The top five are Austin Cindric, AJ Allmendinger, Noah Gragson, Daniel Hemric, and Justin Haley.

Gray Gaulding is off the track with 37 cars on the lead lap.

The caution flag comes out on lap 13 when Brandon Gdovic gets into the wall.

Austin Cindric brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 17 with Noah Gragson alongside. Grgason jumps out in front to take the lead.

The top five are Noah Gragson, Austin Cindric, AJ Allmendinger, Daniel Hemric, and Justin Haley.

Lap 19, Gray Gaulding returns to the track 15 laps down.

Noah Gragson and Austin Cindric battle for the lead but Gragson holds on to the spot.

At the end of lap 20, NASCAR displays the yellow flag for the competition caution.

A handful of drivers come down pit road for fresh tires but the leaders stayed out on the track.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 26 from the outside lane. Drivers spread out three and four wide across the track. Austin Cindric takes the lead from the inside lane.

The top five are Austin Cindric, Noah Gragson, AJ Allmendinger, Harrison Burton, and Justin Allgaier.

Lap 28, Brandon Gdovic and Gray Gaulding are the only drivers not on the lead lap.

Lap 30, Austin Cindric has a lead of nearly half a second on noah Gragson; AJ Allmendinger, Harrison Burton, and Daniel Hemric round out the top five.

Lap 32, Jade Buford makes an unscheduled trip down pit road for a possible flat tire. The track stays green.

Ten laps to go in stage one, Austin Cindric leads the race with Noah Gragson in second; Harrison Burton, Daniel Hemric, and AJ Allmendinger round out the top five.

AJ Allmendinger is reporting that his car will not turn properly.

Five to go in stage one, Austin Cindric has a lead of over half a second on Noah Gragson.

During the last caution flag, Tommy Joe Martins made a pit stop for tires and is roaring through the field and is currently in sixth place.

With two laps remaining in stage one, Noah Gragson challenges Austin Cindric for the lead.

On the final lap of stage one Matt Mills spins out and bring out the caution flag. Austin Cindric wins stage one under caution for his fifth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Austin Cindric
Noah Gragson
Harrison Burton
Daniel Hemric
Tommy Joe Martins
AJ Allmendinger
Myatt Snider
Justin Allgaier
Ty Gibbs
Michael Annett

Drivers come down pit road for service with Daniel Hemric winning the race off of pit road.

Ty Gibbs was caught speeding on pit road. Riley Herbst was charged with leaving his pit stall with equipment. Both drivers will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

Daneil Hemric brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two from the outside lane on lap 53. After a side by side battle Daniel Hemric takes the lead.

Lap 54, the top five are Daneil Hemric, Noah Gragson, Myatt Snider, AJ Allmendinger, and Austin Cindric.

Matt Mills is out of the race and Josh Williams is off the track. There are 35 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 58, Daniel Hemric has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Noah Gragson, AJ Allmendinger, Austin Cindric, and Brandon Jones round out the top five. After having to restart the race from the back of the field, Ty Gibbs is in 20th place and Riley Herbst is in 24th.

Lap 67, Tommy Joe Martins and Kyle Weatherman hit the wall but the track stays green. Martins had to make an unscheduled pit stop after cutting a tire.

Lap 73, Daniel Hemric has a lead of over asecond on Noah Gragson; AJ Allmendinger, Austin Cindric, and Justin Allagier round out the top five.

Lap 74, Daniel Hemric’s lead is now over a second and a half on Noah Gragson.

Lap 76, Ty Gibbs has entered the top 10 after starting from the back of the field for a speeding penalty during his pit stop at the end of stage one.

Ten to go in stage one, Daniel Hemric has pulled out to a lead of over three seconds on AJ Allmendinger, Noah Gragson, Brandon Jones, and Austin Cindric round out the top five.

Jesse Little brings out the fifth caution flag of the race when he spins out after contact on the track.

Some drivers come down pit road for service. Leader Daniel Hemric makes an unscheduled trip down pit road for a possible flat tire.

AJ Allmendinger is the new leader with 30 cars on the lead lap.

AJ Allmendinger brings the field down for the green flag shootout to the end of stage two with Brandon Jones alongside. Brandon Jones takes the lead. Drivers are getting three and four wide across the track.

After some contact on the track, AJ Allmendinger takes the lead with Austin Cindric in second.

On fresher tires, Harrison Burton makes a pass on AJ Allmendinger coming to the green checkered flag to win stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Harrison Burton
Noah Gragson
AJ Allmendinger
Josh Berry
Ryan Sieg
Jeb Burton
Michael Annett
Justin Allgaier
Austin Cindric
Brett Moffitt

Drivers come down pit road for service with several drivers staying out on the track.

Ty Gibbs is having some overheating issue with his car.

After staying out on the track, Harrison Burton brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 100 from the outside lane and goes nose to nose with Noah Gragson before Gragson takes the lead. Harrison continues to battle Gragson for the lead.

Lap 100, the top five are Noah Gragson, Harrison Burton, Josh Berry, Ryan Sieg, and Riley Herbst.

There are 31 cars on the lead lap.

Forty to go, Noah Gragson has a quarter of a second lead on Harrison Burton; Josh Berry, Ryan Sieg, and Ty Gibbs round out the top five.

Lap 115, Noah Gragson continues to lead the race with Harrison Burton in second; Josh Berry, Ty Gibbs, and Justin Allgaier round out the top five.

Thirty to go, Noah Gragson has a lead of over half a second on Harrison Burton. There are 29 cars on the lead lap. Josh Williams is out of the race.

Riley Herbst slaps the wall but the track stays green.

Lap 119, Noah Gragson continues to increase his lead on Harrison Burton and is now nearly a second and a half out in front.

Brandon Brown gets into the wall but the track stays green. Brown makes a trip down pit road for fresh tires.

Lap 123, Noah Gragson has a lead of over a second and a half on Harrison Burton; Ty Gibbs, Josh Berry, and Justin Allgaier round out the top five.

The caution flag comes out on lap 126 for a wreck involving Gray Gaulding who is 19 laps down and Joe Graf Jr. Gaulding is the third driver out of the race after his wreck.

Riley Herbst blows a tire after hitting the wall earlier.

With 20 laps to go, Noah Gragson leads the field down pit road for fresh tires. Harrison Burton wins the race off of pit road.

Ty Gibbs was caught speeding on pit road again and will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

Harrison Burton brings the field down for the green flag restart with just 16 laps remaining in the race from the outside lane. Josh Berry jumps out in frton from the inside lane to take the lead.

The top five are Josh Berry, Justin Allgaier, Harrison Burton, Noah Gragson, and AJ Allmendinger.

Joe Graf Jr wrecks and brings out the eighth caution flag of the race.

NASCAR reviewed the restart but after Harrison Burton spun his tires, it was determined a good restart.

A part time driver in the number eight car for JR Motorsports, Josh Berry noted that he will be as aggressive as he needs to be; adding that he will not be there in a few more weeks.

Josh Berry brings the field down for the green flag restart from the outside lane with just 10 laps remaining in the race. Berry goes nose to nose with team mate Justin Allgaier before Allgaier takes the lead.

The top five are Justin Allgaier, Josh Berry, Harrison Burton, Noah Gragson, and Brandon Jones.

Eight to go, Daniel Hemric takes fifth form Brandon Jones.

Lap 140, Justin Allgaier has a lead of nearly half a second on Josh Berry, Harrison Burton, Noah Gragson, and Daniel Hemric round out the top five.

Ryan Vargas brings out the ninth caution flag when he spins out with just five laps to go.

Several drivers come down pit road for that last set of fresh tires.

Justin Allgaier brings the field down for the green/white/checker two lap overtime shootout from the outside lane with team mate Josh Berry on the inside lane. Josh Berry edges out Justin Allgaier for the lead but Allgaier passes to retake the topspot. Brandon Jones makes it a three wide battle but falls into third place.

On the restart, Austin Cindric hit the wall but the track stays green.

Justin Allgiaer takes the white flag.

Justin Allgaier wins the race for his second race win of the season. Team mate Josh Berry finishes second and fellow team mate Noah Gragson makes it three for three in the Dash-4-Cash win. The fourth JR Motorsports team mate finished seven for all four drivers finishing in the top 10.

The unofficial results of the Steakhouse Elitie 200:
Justin Allgaier
Josh Berry
Brandon Jones
Noah Gragson
Daniel Hemric
Jeremy Clements
Michael Annett
Brett Moffitt
Ryan Sieg
Alex Labbe
Harrison Burton
Landon Cassill
AJ Allmendinger
Justin Haley
Tommy Joe Martins
Ryan Ellis
David Starr
Ty Gibbs
Myatt Snider
Jeb Burton
Tanner Berryhill
JJ Yeley
Timmy Hill
Brandon Brown
Bayley Currey
BJ McLeod
Ryan Vargas
Riley Herbst
Colby Howard
Austin Cindric
Jeffrey Earnhardt
Jesse Little
Kyle Weatherman
Matt Jaskol
Jade Buford
Brandon Gdovic
Joe Graf Jr
Gray Gaulding
Josh Williams
Matt Mills