NASCAR Xfinity Series Back at Darlington

Last night was the NASCAR Xfinity Series Toyota 200 at Darlington Raceway. Rain and lightning caused a four-hour delay, but the race still went on. The race was the first Xfinity Series’ event since March 7, before the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. This event along with subsequent races in June are scheduled to be held without fans in attendance and without practice or qualifying. 

Chase Briscoe held off Kyle Busch to finish Thursday’s race in first place. Busch was there to challenge Briscoe at the end, but came up short by 0.08 seconds. This was Busch’s second 2nd place finish in the span of 24 hours. Finished in third was Justin Allgaier. Timmy Hill ran with the “Texas winning paint scheme” and came out with a strong 22nd finish. 

Timmy Hill and Kyle Busch were in all three Darlington races. The two plan to run all four races at Charlotte, too. NASCAR’S Cup Series had a successful return at Darlington. We are very excited to watch Timmy Hill excel in the upcoming races at Charlotte Motor Speedway.