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Inspection Complete: John Hunter Nemechek Officially Wins Scorcher at Nashville

John Hunter Nemechek wins Tennessee Lottery 250 post-race inspection Nashville Superspeedway NASCAR Xfinity Series 2024

Photo Credit: Tyson Gifford, TobyChristie.com

Just about everyone was a little hot under the collar after Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Tennessee Lottery 250 at Nashville Superspeedway as extreme heat pushed the temperatures inside the cockpits of the cars upwards of 130-140 degrees. But John Hunter Nemechek kept his cool as he led a race-high 76 laps and scored the win ahead of Chandler Smith.

After the win on the scorcher of a day, Nemechek’s race-winning No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Pye-Barker Fire Safety Toyota GR Supra made the customary trip to the post-race inspection bay, where the car received a passing grade from NASCAR Xfinity Series officials. As a result, NASCAR delcared Nemechek and his No. 20 team the official winners of the race.

Officially, this is the second NASCAR Xfinity Series win of the year for Nemechek, who is a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver for LEGACY MOTOR CLUB, and it is the 11th win of Nemechek’s NASCAR Xfinity Series career.

There were no issues in post-race tech, which means all results and standings following Saturday’s race are now considered official.

Chandler Smith, Nemechek’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, finished runner-up as he was 0.366-seconds behind Nemechek. Rookie contender Jesse Love continues to impress as he finished third, Austin Hill was fourth, and Noah Gragson rounded out the top-five finishers.


Official Race Results

2024 NXS Tennessee Lottery 250 at Nashville


Updated Driver Standings

2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series Driver Point Standings


Race Recap

John Hunter Nemechek Survives the Nashville Heat for Second Xfinity Win of 2024


Video Highlights

Video: Justin Allgaier Turns Ty Gibbs in Battle for Fourth with 53 Laps to Go


Owner Standings

2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series Owner Point Standings


Rookie Standings

2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series Rookie Point Standings


Manufacturer Standings

2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series Manufacturer Point Standings

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