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NASCAR entry lists: Bristol Cup, Xfinity and Truck
Check out the NASCAR entry lists for Bristol weekend, including Cup and Truck playoff elimination races, as well as the Xfinity regular season finale. Brett Moffitt is listed to drive the No. 02 Our Motorsports Chevrolet. He has missed the last two races due to illness. Ty Dillon is listed to drive the No. 23 Our Motorsports Chevrolet. He drove the team’s No. 02 entry in Moffitt’s absence. Brandon Gdovic is listed to drive the No. 26 Sam Hunt Racing Toyota. Sage Karam is listed to drive the No. 31 Jordan Anderson Racing Chevrolet. Ty Gibbs is listed to drive the No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota.
Thursday night at Bristol Motor Speedway to advance to the Round of 8 in the Truck playoffs.
Non-playoff driverfinished second ahead of , who had advanced to the playoff Round of 8 before Thursday.
finished fourth. He was one of six drivers to claim Round of 8 spots on Thursday.
Another non-playoff driver,, rounded out the top five finishers.
The eight remaining playoff drivers –, Nemechek, , , , , and Stewart Friesen – have now been reset to a base of 3,000 points plus additional playoff points they’ve earned during the regular season and playoffs.
Bristol Xfinity, Truck starting lineups
Noah Gragson will start on the pole for the Xfinity race. Sheldon Creed will start on the pole for the Truck race.Gragson will be joined on the front row by JR Motorsports teammate Justin Allgaier. Joe Gibbs Racing drivers Ty Gibbs and Daniel Hemric are in the second row. Justin Haley starts fifth.
Here’s the playoff standings entering the Round of 8…
- 1. John Hunter Nemechek – 3,050 points (+44 above cutline to advance)
- 2. Sheldon Creed – 3,026 points (+20)
- 3. Ben Rhodes – 3,019 points (+13)
- 4. Zane Smith – 3,009 points (+3)
- 5. Chandler Smith – 3,006 points (-3)
- 6. Matt Crafton – 3,004 points (-5)
- 7. Carson Hocevar – 3,002 points (-7)
- 8. Stewart Friesen – 3,001 points (-8)
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NASCAR releases 2022 Xfinity, Truck schedules .
The Xfinity Series will race at Portland International Raceway. The Trucks will return to Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis for the first time since 2011.The Xfinity race at the 1.964-mile Portland International Raceway marks the first time a NASCAR national series has raced there since the Trucks ran there in 1999 and 2000.