Wednesday, November 22, 2023

Chase Briscoe Trades Paint with Austin Cindric and Takes Stage Two Victory at Daytona

DARLINGTON, SOUTH CAROLINA – MAY 19: Crew members push the #98 Ford, driven by Chase Briscoe through the garage area prior to the NASCAR Xfinity Series Toyota 200 at Darlington Raceway on May 19, 2020 in Darlington, South Carolina. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Throughout the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe have been the two best cars week after week and once again it came down to Briscoe and Cindric in the closing laps of stage two.

In a contact filled battle for the stage victory, Briscoe and Cindric made heavy contact on many occasions with Briscoe’s No. 98, with Briscoe eventually edging out Cindric’s No. 22 by just over a tenth of a second.

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Harrison Burton finished third in stage two, followed by AJ Allmendinger and Andy Lally inside the top-five.

Stage two of the event featured two caution flags over the span of the 15 lap run, with the first coming early in the stage, after Noah Gragson spun into the tire barriers on Lap 19.

Later in the stage, on lap 22, Josh Williams got a tire off in the bus stop chicane, tearing the front end off his DGM Racing Chevrolet.

Stage and Playoff Points Awarded in Stage 2:

Finish Driver Stage Points Playoff Points
1 Chase Briscoe 10 1
2 Austin Cindric 9 0
3 Harrison Burton 8 0
4 AJ Allmendinger 7 0
5 Andy Lally 6 0
6 Preston Pardus 5 0
7 Earl Bamber 4 0
8 Brandon Jones 3 0
9 Justin Allgaier 2 0
10 Riley Herbst 1 0
Joseph Srigley
Joseph Srigley
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