In the Xfinity race on Saturday at Darlington, SC, Austin Hill was the winner.
Martin Truex Jr. won the Cup series race at Darlington this past weekend. He’s originally from Stafford Township, NJ.
On Saturday Jeb Burton won the Xfinity race at the 2.6 mile Superspeedway. Brett Moffit, now committed in the point race in that division finished 17th in the Chris Our entry. Our lives and runs a construction business on Cape Cod and resides in W. Harwich, MA.
In Sunday’s afternoon’s NASCAR Cup race at RIR Alex Bowman’s late race surge brought him into Victory Lane at Richmond International Raceway in VA. Middletown, CT’s ended his day in third place after being in the hunt all day long. Corey LaJoie finished his day in 21st and is the son of two-time Xfinity Champion Randy Lajoie a native of Norwalk, CT. Berlin, CT’s Ryan Preece finished 29th while Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT wound up 31st.
Sunday’s washout at the Bristol Circus Maximus resulted in NASCAR rescheduling both the NASCAR Pinty Truck race and the Cup event to Monday. Martin Truex, Jr. ended up the winner in the Trucks while Parker Kligerman of Stamford, CT ended the day in 18th place with Brett Moffit driving Cape Cod’s Chris Hour entry, who resides in Harwich, MA, to a disappointing 24th.
Kyle Busch dominated the Camping World Truck Series race at Atlanta leading 102 laps of 130. Brett Moffit ended up 9th. Brett also drives a Xfinity entry for Cape Cod’s Chris Our. Parker Kligerman of Westport, Ct ended the afternoon in 14th.
Sunday’s Cup race at Vegas saw Kyle Larson take down the win while Joey Logano of Middletown, CT ended up 9th with Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT came in 15th, Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT was 24th then Corey Lajoie, son of two-time Xfinity titlist Randy Lajoie of Norwalk, CT, went out early on due to an accident and ended the day in 37th place.
Brett Moffitt will lead the NASCAR Xfinity Series field to the green flag in Saturday’s (Feb. 20) event at the Daytona International Speedway road course. Moffitt took the pole after finishing second in the season opener on the Daytona oval.
Austin Cindric took up where he left off in 2020. Brett Moffit takes the runner-up spot for Cape Cod’s Chris Our and it’s the strongest finish ever for that team!