NASCAR Xfinity Series: Cole Custer wins 2019 Alsco 300

Posted by Joseph Haiden on November 23rd, 2019

Cole Custer earned his arrangement high fifth triumph of the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season by winning the season's seventeenth race, the Alsco 300, at Kentucky Speedway.

Stewart-Haas Racing's Cole Custer broke the tie on the NASCAR Xfinity Series wins list with Joe Gibbs Racing's Christopher Bell by holding off Bell to procure his fifth triumph of the period. He did as such in the seventeenth of 33 races on the 2019 calendar, the Alsco 300, at Kentucky Speedway. This triumph is his second triumph in the last three races and his third triumph in the last six races.

Custer began this 200-lap race around the four-turn, 1.5-mile (2.414-kilometer) Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky in fifth spot in his #00 Ford, and he prevailed upon it by 1.651 seconds Bell in second in his #20 Toyota.

Richard Childress Racing's Tyler Reddick, who is viewed as one of the "Large 3" alongside Custer and Bell, completed in third spot in his #2 Chevrolet as the race's most elevated completing Chevrolet driver. Custer, Bell and Reddick have consolidated to win 12 of the period's initial 17 races.

JR Motorsports' Michael Annett and Stewart-Haas Racing's Chase Briscoe balanced the main five by completing in fourth and fifth spot in their #1 Chevrolet and #98 Ford, separately.

JR Motorsports partners Noah Gragson, Justin Allgaier and Ryan Truex completed in 6th, seventh and eighth spot in their #9 Chevrolet, #7 Chevrolet and #8 Chevrolet, separately, giving JR Motorsports four of the best eight positions. RSS Racing's Ryan Sieg and Kaulig Racing's Justin Haley balanced the best 10 by completing in ninth and tenth in their #39 Chevrolet and #11 Chevrolet, separately.

This race included a sum of 13 lead changes among eight drivers. Aside of Custer, who drove a bigger number of laps than any other individual in the field with 88 laps drove, seven drivers drove at any rate one lap of the race. Cheap Tickets for Alsco 300

These seven drivers were Bell, Briscoe, Gragson, Allgaier, Haley, Team Penske's Austin Cindric, who began the race from the shaft position, and Joe Gibbs Racing's Brandon Jones, who lost an opportunity to battle for the race triumph because of a mechanical issue in the race's third and last stage. Chime won stage one and stage two and drove 72 of the 112 laps that Custer didn't lead.

This race additionally highlighted an aggregate of five alert banner periods, of which three occurred because of on-track occurrences and the standard two occurred to end stages one and two. Of the 38 drivers who began the race, 27 completed it, and of the 27 drivers who completed the race, just five completed on the lead lap.

Ringer was the main driver who completed inside 12.8 seconds of Custer, and Reddick was the main driver aside of Bell who completed inside 26 seconds of Custer after a protracted last green banner spell isolated the field.

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