Elliott Sadler won his first Nationwide race since August of 2012 in what was another riveting event at Talladega Superspeedway.
Scott recorded his 150th NASCAR Nationwide Series start and Richard Childress Racing recorded its 1000th Series start.
ToyotaCare 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race that was delayed more than three hours by rain.
Chris Buescher started strong at Darlington after qualifying 6th, but it all went awry after an incident with Dylan Kwasniewski.
Johnny Davis Motorsports had a strong night in Darlington with both their cars in the top 20, and one inside the top 15.
Buescher battled door-to-door to the checkered flag to hold on for the team's third top-15 of the year with a 13th-place finish at his home track of Texas Motor Speedway.
The young talent showed the Cup regulars he's ready for big time Nationwide racing.
Trevor Bayne is now tied with Regan Smith for the NASCAR Nationwide Series points lead.
After some successful adjustments on pit road, the Roush Fenway Racing driver was able to crack the top-15 by lap 72.
Ty Dillon currently leads the Richard Childress Racing drivers in the Nationwide Series driver point standings in third, only six points out of first. Brendan Gaughan sits sixth and Brian Scott seventh.
The team were fighting for top-10 finish.
Win at home for Larson.
Two Camry drivers are currently in the top-10 in the NNS unofficial point standings – Sadler (fifth) and Buescher (ninth).
Ty Dillon currently leads the Richard Childress Racing drivers in the Nationwide Series driver point standings in third. Brendan Gaughan sits sixth and Brian Scott seventh.
The Roush Fenway Racing driver wound up two laps down but was able to get caught up to speed towards the end.
Ryan Reed ran in the top-15 for most of the Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 presented by Lilly Diabetes.
James Buescher and the RAB Racing No. 99 Rheem team battled a loose-handling race car.
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