Allgaier takes all 3 stages, wins Xfinity in Iowa.

Justin Allgaier led 182 of 250 laps and survive an unlucky late caution by winning the restart to taking the NASCAR Xfinity Series race Sunday at Iowa Speedway.

Allgaier also won last month at Dover. He has seven career victories. Bell made him work to keep the lead, Hemric was third, followed by Custer and Jones
Martin Truex Jr. picks up second career victory at Sonoma. Truex easily held off Harvick for his second win in three weeks and his third victory of the season in his Furniture Row Racing Toyota.
Justin Haley won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Saturday night at Gateway Motorsports Park for his first career victory, pulling away on a wild last restart. Haley won in his 37th series start.
Brennan Poole is suing his former team, Chip Ganassi Racing, and former agency Spire Sports and Entertainment on claims that illegally conspired to move the DC Solar sponsorship from Poole in the Xfinity Series to Kyle Larson in the NASCAR Cup Series.

The DC sponsorship to Ganassi, which got $2.5 million for a 17-race Poole schedule in Xfinity Series in 2015; $5.2 million for a full Xfinity season in 2016; and $5.5 million for another full season in 2017.
Erik Jones gets first Cup Series win in crashed-filled race at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway, passing, Truex on the final lap.

It was huge for Jones, who clinched a spot in the playoffs. Truex finished second, followed by Allemendinger, Kahne and Buescher.
Kevin Harvick establish a new single-season career high by capturing his sixth Cup victory of 2018 on Sunday at New Hampshire.

He won five races in his championship season of 2014 as well as 2006.

Harvick now has 43 career Cup wins, putting him one behind Hall of Famer Bill Elliott.
Kyle Busch matches Ron Hornaday for career Truck Series wins.

Driving the No.51 Toyota, Busch won his 51st career race in Trucks at Pocono Raceway.

Hornaday needed 296 starts to reach his 51st win; Busch won his 51st in just his 145th career start.
Brett Moffitt passed Johnny Sauters just before the finish line at Michigan International Speedway for his fourth NASCAR truck series victory. John Hunter finished third, Noah Gragson was fourth and Todd Gilliland fifth after leading a race-high 18 laps.
Busch won for the first time this season at Bristol Motor Speedway, his first win since the 2017 season-opening Daytona 500, but it was his sixtth victory the 0.533-mile bullring he once dominated.

Busch once won three consecutive times on the Tennessee track and was considered the best on the concrete oval.

Kyle Busch has seven Cup wins at Bristol, 21combined across NASCAR's three national series.