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Rain Postpones NASCAR XFINITY Series “Boyd Gaming 300” to Sunday Evening

After attempting to wait out the bad weather, NASCAR has decided to postpone the NASCAR XFINITY Series second race of the 2020 season, the Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Just before we went green for Stage No. 2 percipitation began to fall from the sky, and has plauged the area on and off all day, making it nearly impossible to get the track completley dry and ready to go for the remaining 150 Laps.

Joe Graf, Jr currently leads the race with Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, Ross Chastain & Brandon Jones rounded out the top-five at Lap No. 50. Chase Briscoe has led twenty-seven laps thus far in the races fifty laps, with Justin Allgaier leading seventeen laps. Both Briscoe and Allgaier have been the class of the field thus far.

The race will take place Sunday, February 23rd at 7:30 PM EST on Fox Sports 2, about an hour after the completion of the NASCAR Cup Series Pennzoil 400, which will be broadcasted live on FOX.

Ross Chastain, J.J. Yeley, Timmy Hill & Joey Gase will all run a double-header tomorrow afternoon/evening, having to log 625 miles over the course of the afternoon.

 

Can’t Watch The Race(s) Tomorrow? Don’t Worry. Stay Tuned to TobyChristie.com for full race highlights, including Stage and Race Winners, and noteable incidents throughout the race.

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