Rains washed out the Camping World Truck Series qualifying efforts on Thursday afternoon, but the skies cleared and officials dried the track in time for the Xfinity Series to get in round of practice before qualifying for the race on Friday night for the Call 811 Before You Dig 250.

Among the drivers looking to make it in the race is JR Motorsports owner two time Xfinity Series champion, and former Cup Series driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Forty three teams have brought cars for 38 spots on the racing grid.

Race two of the Dash-4-Cash comes to Martinsville with AJ Allmendinger, Riley Herbst, Ty Gibbs, and last week’s Dash-4-Cash winner Sam Mayer will all be driving for a $100,000 prize.

After being out of the car for a year, Dale Earnhardt Jr put up a qualifying time of 20.40 seconds around the half mile track.  Dale Jr will start the race in 30th place.

With a time of 19.72 seconds Ty Gibbs puts his number 54 car on the pole for the third consecutive time.  Justin Allgaier starts alongside on the front row.

The starting lineup for the Call 811 Before You Dig 250:
Ty Gibbs
Justin Allgaier
Noah Gragson
Ryan Truex
Sheldon Creed
Brett Moffitt
Landon Cassill
Ryan Sieg
Daniel Hemric
Josh Berry
Riley Herbst
Brandon Jones
AJ Allmendinger
Austin Hill
Jeremy Clements
Anthony Alfredo
Brandon Brown
Alex Labbe
Myatt Snider
Parker Retzlaff
Sam Mayer
Howie Disavino III
Stefan Parsons
Joe Graf Jr
Jeb Burton
Mason Massey
Kyle Weatherman
Shane Lee
Bayley Currey
Dale Earnhardt Jr
Jade Buford
Brennan Poole
JJ Yeley
Ryan Vargas
David Starr
Derek Griffith
Matt Mills
Natalie Decker

Noah Gragson, Derek Griffith, Kyle Weatherman, Howie Disavino III, and Dale Earnhardt Jr will all have to start the race from the back of the field after the crews made some unapproved adjustments.

Austin Dillon and Erik Jones join Adam Alexander in the FOX Sports broadcast booth to tonight’s race.

Stages one and two of the race are 60 laps each with stage three lasting 130 laps for a total of 250 laps around the the half mile track.

Just as the drivers were given the command to start the engines, a storm popped up that includes some fierce winds.

The rains abated almost as quickly as they arrived and the drivers are ready to get going.  Back in their cars and moving, the drivers are ready for racing.

The drivers can run 150 laps on a single load of fuel.  The teams were given only three sets of tires in the pits.

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

The caution flag comes out on lap one for Brennan Poole’s heavily smoking car.

Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 14 with Justin Allgaier alongside.  Gibbs and Allgaier go side by side for a lap before Gibbs edges out for the lead.

Lap 15 the top five are Ty Gibbs, Sheldon Creed, Justin Allgaier, Ryan Truex, and Landon Cassill.  Brett Moffitt is on pit road.

Lap 20, three of the Dash-4-Cash drivers are in the top 10 – leader Ty Gibbs, AJ Allmendinger, and Riley Herbst.  The fourth driver, Sam Mayer is in 16th place,

Lap 22, Ty Gibbs has pulled out to a one second lead on Sheldon Creed; Justin Allgaier, Ryan Truex ,and Landon Cassill round out the top five.

Lap 24, Justin Allgaier passes Sheldon Creed for second; Ryan Truex takes third.

Brett Moffitt has taken his car to the garage with transmission issues.

Lap 26. Ty Gibbs has a lead of nearly a second and a half on Justin Allgaier; Ryan Truex, Landon Cassill, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

Lap 31, Ty Gibbs has increased his lead to over a second and a half on Justin Allgaier.

The caution flag comes out when Howie Disavino III is stopped on the track.  The Virginia native was making his Xfinity Series debut.

In 28th place, Dale Earnhardt Jr is reporting a very tight condition.

NASCAR has invited Ty Gibbs to the NASCAR hauler after the race for an issue regarding getting out of the gas quickly enough on a caution flag.

Kyle Weatherman is the “lucky dog”.

Some of the drivers come down pit road for service.

Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 45 with Gibbs getting out in front with Justin Allgaier in second.

Lap 47, the Dash-4-Cash drivers are all in the top 12.

Lap 48, Ty Gibbs has a  half second lead on Justin Allgaier; Ryan Truex, Landon Cassill, and Daniel Hemric round out the top five.

Lap 52, Dale Earnhardt Jr is in 25th place after making a put stop during the caution flag.

There are 33 cars on the lead lap with three drivers off the track.

Lap 55, Ty Gibbs has a one second lead on Justin Allgaier; Ryan Truex, Landon Cassill, and Daniel Hemric round out the top five with AJ Allmendinger just outside the top five.

With a lead of over a second, Ty Gibbs leads every lap to win stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Ty Gibbs
Justin Allgaier
Ryan Truex
Landon Cassill
Daniel Hemric
AJ Allmendinger
Brandon Jones
Josh Berry
Sam Mayer
Sheldon Creed

Matt Mills is the “lucky dog”.

Drivers come down pit road for service with Ty Gibbs edging out Justin Allgaier to win the race off of pit road.

After staying out on the track, Noah Gragson is the new race leader.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 70.  Gragson takes the lead with Myatt Snider in second.

Lap 71, the top five are Noah Gragson, Austin Hill, Myatt Snider, Ty Gibbs, and Dale Earnhardt JR.

Lap 73, Ty Gibbs passes Myatt Snider for third.

Jake Buford brings out the caution flag on lap 74 when he gets spun around after some contact with Joe Graf Jr.

During the caution, AJ Allmendinger and his crew are discussing the hot chocolate concession on a chilly and windy night.

Noah Gragson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 80 with Ty Gibbs alongside.  Gragson jumps out in front for the lead.

Lap 81, the top five are Noah Gragson, Ty Gibbs, Austin Hill, Myatt Snider, and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Justin Allgaier passes his boss Dale Earnhardt Jr for fifth.

Dale Earnhardt Jr continues to report some handling issues.

Lap 85, Noah Gragson has a narrow lead on Ty Gibbs; Austin Hill, Justin Allgaier, and Brandon Jones round out the top five.

Lap  88, Ty Gibbs passes Noah Gragson to retake the lead.

Lap 94, the top five are Ty Gibbs, Noah Gragson, Austin Hill, Brandon Jones, and Justin Allgaier.  Dale Earnhardt Jr has fallen out of the top 10 to eleventh.

Lap 100, Ty Gibbs has a near one second lead on Noah Gragson; Austin Hill, Brandon Jones, and Justin Allgaier round out the top five.  Brandon Jones passes Austin Hill for third.

The fifth caution of the night comes out on lap 102 when Stefan Parson spins out after contact with Joe Graf Jr.  Parsons does a 360 and keeps going without hitting the wall.

Some of the drivers come down pit road for service.

Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the green flag restart with 13 laps remaining in stage two with Justin Allgaier alongside.  Gibbs jumps out in front for the lead with Brandon Jones taking second; Noah Gragson, Justin Allgaier, and Austin Hill round out the top five.

Ten laps remain in stage two, Ty Gibbs has a lead of over half a second on Brandon Jones.  Dale Earnhardt Jr is in 12th place.

With six laps remaining in stage two, the caution flag comes out when Derek Griffith spins out after contact with Anthony Alfredo.

Most of the drivers come down pit road for service with just three laps remaining in stage two.  Ty Gibbs wins the race off of pit road to hold on to the lead with Noah Gragson in second.  Brandon Jones stayed out on the track.

Brandon Jones brings the field down for the green flag restart with just one laps remaining in the stage.  After the one laps shootout, Brandon Jones wins stage two for his first stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Brandon Jones
Landon Cassill
Ryan Sieg
David Starr
Brandon Brown
Anthony Alfredo
Stefan Parsons
Riley Herbst
Jeremy Clements
Shane Lee

Drivers who stayed out on the track before the end of the stage come down pit road for service.

Stefan Parsons brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three on lap 129 with Riley Herbst alongside.

Ty Gibbs makes it a three wide battle with Riley Herbst taking the lead and Ty Gibbs in second.

Lap 130 Ty Gibbs passes his fellow Monster Energy car for the lead.

Lap 132, the top five are Ty Gibbs, Riley Herbst, Justin Allgaier, Noah Gragson , and Ryan Truex.  Dale Earnhardt Jr is in eighth place.

Lap 136, Justin Allgaier battles with Riley Herbst for second with Noah Gragson right behind them.

Lap 140, Ty Gibbs has a one second lead on Justin Allgaier with Noah Gragson in third; Ryan Truex and AJ Allmendinger round out the top five.

Lap 147, Ty Gibbs holds a one second lead on Justin Allgaier; Noah Gragson, Ryan Truex, and AJ Allmendinger round out the top five with 33 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 154, Ty Gibbs continues to dominate the race with a lead of nearly a second and a half on Justin Allgaier; Noah Gragson, Josh Berry, and AJ Allmendinger round out the top five.

The caution flag comes out when Justin Allgaier gets into the wall after he gets loose.  Allgaier was in second at the time of the incident.

Joe Graf Jr is the “lucky dog” but is still one lap down.

Drivers come down pit road for service.  Dale Earnhardt Jr continues to fight a tight condition.  Noah Gragson wins the race off of pit road with Ty Gibbs coming out second.

Five drivers stayed out on the track.

After staying out on the track, Sheldon Creed brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 162.  Creed jumps out in front for the lead with Brandon Jones in second.

Lap 164, Sheldon Creed leads the race but gets passed by Brandon Jones as the caution flag comes out when Ryan Truex spins out after contact with Alex Labbe.

The top three drivers Brandon Jones, Sheldon Creed, and Brandon Brown are on old tires.  Fourth place drivers Ty Gibbs is the first driver on new tires.

Justin Allgaier is back on pit road for repairs.

Brandon Jones brings the field down for the green flag restart with Ty Gibbs alongside with 89 laps remaining in the race.  Ty Gibbs’ crew reports that there is more rain about 15 miles out.

Brandon Jones gets out in front for the lead with Ty Gibbs on his bumper.

Josh Berry brings out the 10th caution flag on lap 173 when he spins out with a flat tire after contact with the “boss man” Dale Jr.

Bayley Currey is the “lucky dog”.

Justin Allgaier makes another trip down pit road for repairs as the crew tears off more damaged parts.

Brandon Jones brings the field down for the green flag restart with 72 laps remaining in the race.  Jones edges out Ty Gibbs to hold on to the lead. 

Matt Mills spins out and brings out the caution flag.  Natalie Decker also spins out and is stopped on the track.

Brandon Jones brings the field down for the green flag restart one more time with 64 laps remaining in the race.  Ty Gibbs battles with Jones for the lead with Noah Gragson on their bumper.  Jones and Gibbs are JGR team mates.

Ty Gibbs takes the lead with 62 to go.

Lap 188, Ty Gibbs leads the race with Noah Gragson in second; Brandon Jones, AJ Allmendinger, and Riley Herbst round out the top five.

Lap 191, Brandon Jones and AJ Allmendinger battle for third.  Drivers get three wide across the track as the laps click down in a battle for position.

Lap 194, Ty Gibbs ahs a half second lead on Noah Gragson; AJ Allmendinger, Brandon Jones, and Riley Herbst round out the top five.

Fifty three to go, Riley Herbst and Sheldon Creed battle for fifth place.

Lap 200, 50 to go, Ty Gibbs continues to lead the race with Noah Gragson in second; AJ Allmendinger, Brandon Jones, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.

With 43 laps remaining in the race, Ty Gibbs has a lead of over half a second on Noah Gragson; AJ Allmendinger, Brandon Jones, and Sheldon Creed round out the top five.  Dale Earnhardt Jr is in 10th place.

Ty Gibbs has encountered slower traffic and is working to put them a lap down.

All four of the Dash-4-Cash drivers are in the top seven positions.

With 33 to go, leader Ty Gibbs puts Justin Allgaier one lap down.  There are 25 cars on the lead lap.

Thirty to go and the 12th caution flag comes out when Stefan Parsons gets into the wall with no brakes.

Ty Gibbs has led 160 laps of tonight’s race so far.

Brandon Brown is the only driver who comes down pit road for fresh tires.

Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the green flag restart with 24 laps remaining in the race.  Noah Gragson starts alongside on the outside.  Ty Gibbs jumps out for the lead.

Daniel Hemric brings out the caution flag after he hits the wall with a flat tire in a three wide battle on lap 229.

Justin Allgaier is the “lucky dog”.

Ty Gibbs brings the field down one more time for the green flag restart with just 16 laps remaining in the race.  Gibbs edges out Noah Gragson for the lead.

Team mates Noah Gragson and Sam Mayer battle for second.  Sam Mayer passes Gragson for second.

The 14th caution flag of the race comes out on lap 238 for Derek Griffith makes contact with Jade Buford and spins out.

The top five are Ty Gibbs, Sam Mayer, Noah Gragson, Brandon Jones, and AJ Allmendinger.

With just eight laps remaining in the race, Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the green flag restart with Sam Mayer alongside.  Ty Gibbs gets out in front for the lead but Dale Earnhardt Jr spins out and brings out the 15th caution flag of the race.

With just five laps to go, a few drivers come down pit road.

In an overtime two lap shootout, Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the green flag with fellow teen Sam Mayer alongside.  Ty Gibbs jumps out for the lead but a big crash going into turn one brings out the caution flag.  The track resembles a parking lot with all of the stopped cars.

NASCAR has red flagged the race in order to get the track cleared and cleaned up.

Sam Mayer spun his tires and Noah Gragson got turned around to begin the calamity.  Sam Mayer, Noah Gragson, Alex Labbe, Justin Allgaier, Bayley Currey, Brandon Brown, Jeb Burton, Mason Massey, Stefan Parsons, Derek Griffith, and Parker Retzlaff were all involved in the crash.

Of the over 1,300 Xfinity Series races run, only nine have had more caution flag than this race.  The record for Martinsville is 19…they have had 16 in this race.

Sam Mayer reported that his car popped out of gear.

After a red flag condition of nearly 20 minutes, the cars are moving once again.  Some drivers come down pit road with some looking pretty beat up as they prepare for the second overtime start.

Josh Berry has some smoke coming from one of his tires and has to come down pit road.

Of the 258 laps run so far, 100 of them were under the yellow flag.

Ty Gibbs brings the field down for the second green flag overtime shootout.  Ty Gibbs and Brandon Jones battle for the lead with Ty Gibbs getting out in front and taking the white flag but Brandon Jones comes back on the inside and passes Ty Gibbs for the lead.

Brandon Jones wins the race.  Martinsville winners receive a grandfather clock as a trophy.

AJ Allmendinger wins the $100,000 Dash-4-Cash prize.

Brandon Jones, Landon Cassill, AJ Allmendinger, and Austin Hill will be the four drivers to compete in the next Dash-4-Cash race.

Dale Earnhardt Jr finishes the race just outside the top 10 in eleventh place.

After the race Ty Gibbs and Sam Mayer have more than words and have to be pulled apart after Gibbs throws a punch.

The unofficial results of the Call 811 Before You Dig 250:
Brandon Jones
Landon Cassill
AJ Allmendinger
Austin Hill
Sam Mayer
Riley Herbst
Ryan Truex
Ty Gibbs
Ryan Sieg
Jeremy Clements
Dale Earnhardt Jr
Parker Retzlaff
Daniel Hemric
Anthony Alfredo
Alex Labbe
Kyle Weatherman
Bayley Currey
Matt Mills
Josh Berry
Noah Gragson
Derek Griffith
Jade Buford
David Starr
Myatt Snider
Ryan Vargas
Joe Graf Jr
Shane Lee
Stefan Parsons
Justin Allgaier
Sheldon Creed
JJ Yeley
Jeb Burton
Mason Massey
Brandon Brown
Natalie Decker
Howie Disavino III
Brett Moffitt
Brennan Poole