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2019 Drive for the Cure 250

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2019 Drive for the Cure 250
Race details[1][2][3]
Race 28 of 33 in the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season
Date September 28, 2019 (2019-09-28)
Location Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina
Course Permanent racing facility
2.28 mi (3.67 km)
Distance 67 laps, 152.76 mi (245.843 km)
Pole position
Driver Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Time 83.232
Most laps led
Driver Chase Briscoe Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Laps 21
Winner
No. 10 A. J. Allmendinger Kaulig Racing
Television in the United States
Network NBCSN
Radio in the United States
Radio MRN

The 2019 Drive for the Cure 250 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina is a NASCAR Xfinity Series race held on September 28, 2019, at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Contested over 67 laps on the 2.28-mile (3.67 km) road course, it was the 28th race of the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, second race of the Playoffs, and the second race of the Round of 12.

Background

Track

Charlotte Motor Speedway, the track where the race was held.
Charlotte Motor Speedway, the track where the race was held.

Since 2018, deviating from past NASCAR events at Charlotte, the race will utilize a road course configuration of Charlotte Motor Speedway, promoted and trademarked as the "Roval". The course is 2.28 miles (3.67 km) in length and features 17 turns, utilizing the infield road course and portions of the oval track. The race will be contested over a scheduled distance of 67 laps, 245.803 kilometres (152.735 mi).[4][5][6]

Entry list

No. Driver Team Manufacturer
00 Cole Custer Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Ford
0 Lawson Aschenbach JD Motorsports Chevrolet
01 Stephen Leicht JD Motorsports Chevrolet
1 Michael Annett JR Motorsports Chevrolet
2 Tyler Reddick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet
4 Garrett Smithley JD Motorsports Chevrolet
5 Vinnie Miller B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet
07 Ray Black Jr. SS-Green Light Racing Chevrolet
7 Justin Allgaier JR Motorsports Chevrolet
08 Gray Gaulding (R) SS-Green Light Racing Chevrolet
8 Ryan Truex JR Motorsports Chevrolet
9 Noah Gragson (R) JR Motorsports Chevrolet
10 A. J. Allmendinger Kaulig Racing Chevrolet
11 Justin Haley (R) Kaulig Racing Chevrolet
13 Chad Finchum MBM Motorsports Toyota
15 B. J. McLeod JD Motorsports Chevrolet
18 Harrison Burton (i) Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
19 Brandon Jones Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
20 Christopher Bell Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
22 Austin Cindric Team Penske Ford
23 John Hunter Nemechek (R) GMS Racing Chevrolet
35 Joey Gase MBM Motorsports Toyota
36 Josh Williams DGM Racing Chevrolet
38 Bayley Currey (i) RSS Racing Chevrolet
39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing Chevrolet
43 Preston Pardus Pardus Racing Inc. Chevrolet
51 Jeremy Clements Jeremy Clements Racing Chevrolet
52 David Starr Jimmy Means Racing Chevrolet
61 Tommy Joe Martins MBM Motorsports Toyota
66 Timmy Hill MBM Motorsports Toyota
68 Brandon Brown (R) Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet
74 Joe Nemechek (i) Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet
78 J. J. Yeley B. J. McLeod Motorsports Toyota
86 Will Rodgers Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet
90 Alex Labbé DGM Racing Chevrolet
93 Josh Bilicki RSS Racing Chevrolet
98 Chase Briscoe (R) Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Ford
99 Cody Ware B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet
Official Entry List

Practice

First practice

Christopher Bell was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 84.489 seconds and a speed of 98.853 mph (159.088 km/h).

Pos No. Driver Team Manufacturer Time Speed
1 20 Christopher Bell Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 1:24.489 98.853
2 22 Austin Cindric Team Penske Ford 1:24.536 98.798
3 10 A. J. Allmendinger Kaulig Racing Chevrolet 1:24.570 98.758

Final practice

A. J. Allmendinger was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 83.938 seconds and a speed of 99.502 mph (160.133 km/h).

Pos No. Driver Team Manufacturer Time Speed
1 10 A. J. Allmendinger Kaulig Racing Chevrolet 1:23.938 99.502
2 98 Chase Briscoe (R) Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Ford 1:24.367 98.996
3 00 Cole Custer Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Ford 1:24.400 98.957

Qualifying

Chase Briscoe scored the pole for the race with a time of 83.232 seconds and a speed of 100.346 mph (161.491 km/h).[7]

Qualifying results

Pos No Driver Team Manufacturer Time
1 98 Chase Briscoe (R) Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Ford 1:23.232
2 2 Tyler Reddick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 83.247
3 22 Austin Cindric Team Penske Ford 83.369
4 00 Cole Custer Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste Racing
Ford 83.439
5 10 A. J. Allmendinger Kaulig Racing Chevrolet 83.567
6 90 Alex Labbé DGM Racing Chevrolet 83.638
7 7 Justin Allgaier JR Motorsports Chevrolet 83.772
8 51 Jeremy Clements Jeremy Clements Racing Chevrolet 84.407
9 11 Justin Haley (R) Kaulig Racing Chevrolet 84.709
10 86 Will Rodgers Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet 85.056
11 20 Christopher Bell Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 99.367
12 9 Noah Gragson (R) JR Motorsports Chevrolet 84.831
13 8 Ryan Truex JR Motorsports Chevrolet 84.858
14 23 John Hunter Nemechek (R) GMS Racing Chevrolet

84.875

15 19 Brandon Jones Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 84.940
16 43 Preston Pardus Pardus Racing Inc. Chevrolet 84.991
17 08 Gray Gaulding (R) SS-Green Light Racing Chevrolet 85.142
18 61 Tommy Joe Martins MBM Motorsports Toyota 85.426
19 0 Lawson Aschenbach JD Motorsports Chevrolet 85.758
20 36 Josh Williams DGM Racing Chevrolet 85.768
21 66 Timmy Hill MBM Motorsports Toyota 85.841
22 18 Harrison Burton (i) Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 85.904
23 1 Michael Annett JR Motorsports Chevrolet 85.914
24 07 Ray Black Jr. SS-Green Light Racing Chevrolet 85.944
25 39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing Chevrolet 86.028
26 01 Stephen Leicht JD Motorsports Chevrolet 86.155
27 4 Garrett Smithley JD Motorsports Chevrolet 86.377
28 93 Josh Bilicki RSS Racing Chevrolet 87.064
29 78 J. J. Yeley B. J. McLeod Motorsports Toyota 87.501
30 74 Joe Nemechek Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet 87.503
31 52 David Starr Jimmy Means Racing Chevrolet 88.016
32 99 Cody Ware B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet 88.248
33 35 Joey Gase MBM Motorsports Toyota 88.595
34 15 B. J. McLeod JD Motorsports Chevrolet 89.279
35 68 Brandon Brown (R) Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet 90.307
36 5 Vinnie Miller B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet 91.827
37 13 Chad Finchum MBM Motorsports Toyota 92.212
38 38 Bayley Currey (i) RSS Racing Chevrolet 0.000

. – Playoffs driver

Race

Summary

Chase Briscoe started on pole and maintained his lead, winning Stage 1. Cole Custer overtook teammate Briscoe at the conclusion of Stage 1, and won Stage 2, which did not see any cautions. Alex Labbé notably won points in both stages and also had a career-best finish of 6th.

On lap 45, a caution occurred and four playoff drivers, including Brandon Jones and John Hunter Nemechek, were involved. Afterwards, Briscoe attempted to overtake Christopher Bell for second place. Briscoe drove hard into Bell, running him off the track. Bell was obligated to serve a penalty due to going off-track, but instead chased Briscoe down and deliberately spun him. Bell was ruled by NASCAR to have to restart at the rear of the field. Briscoe suffered as his team spent a long time repairing his car. Neither driver was able to fully recover from the incident, though Bell was already locked into the next round of the playoffs from his win at the previous week's race.

For the other playoffs drivers, Ryan Sieg dealt with fuel pressure issues early in the race, finishing two laps down. Justin Haley experienced mechanical issues and went to the garage for repairs, finishing six laps down.

A. J. Allmendinger had a strong run on the final restart, winning the race with a 2-second lead over Tyler Reddick.

Nemechek, Jones, Sieg, and Haley all exited the race below the cut line for the playoffs.

Stage Results

Stage One Laps: 20

Pos No Driver Team Manufacturer Points
1 98 Chase Briscoe (R) Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
Ford 10
2 22 Austin Cindric Team Penske Ford 9
3 7 Justin Allgaier JR Motorsports Chevrolet 8
4 90 Alex Labbé DGM Racing Chevrolet 7
5 51 Jeremy Clements Jeremy Clements Racing Chevrolet 6
6 23 John Hunter Nemechek (R) GMS Racing Chevrolet 5
7 8 Ryan Truex JR Motorsports Chevrolet 4
8 19 Brandon Jones Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 3
9 9 Noah Gragson (R) JR Motorsports Chevrolet 2
10 00 Cole Custer Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
Ford 1

Stage Two Laps: 20

Pos No Driver Team Manufacturer Points
1 00 Cole Custer Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
Ford 10
2 98 Chase Briscoe (R) Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
Ford 9
3 2 Tyler Reddick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 8
4 7 Justin Allgaier JR Motorsports Chevrolet 7
5 9 Noah Gragson (R) JR Motorsports Chevrolet 6
6 19 Brandon Jones Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 5
7 90 Alex Labbé DGM Racing Chevrolet 4
8 20 Christopher Bell Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 3
9 22 Austin Cindric Team Penske Ford 2
10 51 Jeremy Clements Jeremy Clements Racing Chevrolet 1

Final Stage Results

Stage Three Laps: 27

Pos Grid No Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Points
1 5 10 A. J. Allmendinger Kaulig Racing Chevrolet 67 40
2 2 2 Tyler Reddick Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet 67 43
3 3 22 Austin Cindric Team Penske Ford 67 45
4 7 7 Justin Allgaier JR Motorsports Chevrolet 67 48
5 12 9 Noah Gragson (R) JR Motorsports Chevrolet 67 40
6 6 90 Alex Labbé DGM Racing Chevrolet 67 42
7 14 23 John Hunter Nemechek (R) GMS Racing Chevrolet 67 35
8 4 00 Cole Custer Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
Ford 67 40
9 1 98 Chase Briscoe (R) Stewart-Haas Racing with
Biagi-DenBeste
Ford 67 47
10 13 8 Ryan Truex JR Motorsports Chevrolet 67 31
11 8 51 Jeremy Clements Jeremy Clements Racing Chevrolet 67 33
12 11 20 Christopher Bell Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 67 28
13 22 18 Harrison Burton (i) Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 67 0
14 19 0 Lawson Aschenbach JD Motorsports Chevrolet 67 23
15 23 1 Michael Annett JR Motorsports Chevrolet 67 22
16 15 19 Brandon Jones Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota 67 29
17 35 68 Brandon Brown (R) Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet 67 20
18 21 66 Timmy Hill MBM Motorsports Toyota 67 19
19 26 01 Stephen Leicht JD Motorsports Chevrolet 67 18
20 20 36 Josh Williams DGM Racing Chevrolet 67 17
21 33 35 Joey Gase MBM Motorsports Toyota 67 16
22 30 74 Joe Nemechek (i) Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet 67 0
23 34 15 B. J. McLeod JD Motorsports Chevrolet 67 14
24 32 99 Cody Ware B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet 67 13
25 36 5 Vinnie Miller B. J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet 67 12
26 28 93 Josh Bilicki RSS Racing Chevrolet 67 11
27 16 43 Preston Pardus Pardus Racing Inc. Chevrolet 67 10
28 10 86 Will Rodgers Brandonbilt Motorsports Chevrolet 67 9
29 17 08 Gray Gaulding (R) SS-Green Light Racing Chevrolet 67 8
30 25 39 Ryan Sieg RSS Racing Chevrolet 65 7
31 9 11 Justin Haley (R) Kaulig Racing Chevrolet 61 6
32 24 07 Ray Black Jr. SS-Green Light Racing Chevrolet 60 5
33 27 4 Garrett Smithley JD Motorsports Chevrolet 54 4
34 31 52 David Starr Jimmy Means Racing Chevrolet 28 3
35 18 61 Tommy Joe Martins MBM Motorsports Toyota 26 2
36 37 13 Chad Finchum MBM Motorsports Toyota 26 1
37 38 38 Bayley Currey (i) RSS Racing Chevrolet 10 0
38 29 78 J. J. Yeley B. J. McLeod Motorsports Toyota 5 1

. – Playoffs driver

  • During the race, Stefan Parsons, replaced Cody Ware who was not feeling well after the coolbox of his car didn't work during the race so he felt the heat exhaustion. Since Ware started the race, he is officially credited with the 24th-place finish.

References

  1. ^ "2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Schedule". Official Site Of NASCAR. Retrieved May 5, 2019.
  2. ^ "Charlotte Motor Speedway". May 12, 2017. Retrieved May 5, 2019.
  3. ^ Cheek, Adam (September 24, 2019). "Entry List: Drive for the Cure 250". Retrieved September 27, 2019.
  4. ^ "New layout for Charlotte Motor Speedway road course | NASCAR.com". Official Site Of NASCAR. 2018-01-22. Retrieved 2019-09-19.
  5. ^ "Everything to know for Sunday's race on the Charlotte roval". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2018-09-28.
  6. ^ "NASCAR Cup race on Charlotte Roval to see length reduced". Retrieved July 8, 2018.
  7. ^ Massie, Michael (September 28, 2019). "Chase Briscoe Wins Xfinity Pole for Charlotte ROVAL". Retrieved September 28, 2019.
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