After making left and right turns at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, the NASCAR Xfinity Series visits Texas Motor Speedway this weekend.
Forty-two pilots are registered. Because there are no qualifiers, the # 13 Toyota of MBM Motorsports with Timmy Hill as the driver and the # 77 Chevrolet Bassett Racing driven by Dillon Bassett are excluded by points.
NASCAR Cup Series regular Kyle Busch will make his second Xfinity start this year driving the # 54 Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing. Busch, the series’ most victorious driver, won his first start this year on the Circuit of the Americas.
Jordan Anderson will make his first Xfinity start this year driving his own No.31 Chevrolet. This will be his 14th start in the series.
After driving the No. 31 Anderson in Mid-Ohio, Josh Berry returns to the No. 8 Chevrolet JR Motorsports.
Tanner Berryhill and Brandon Gdovic return respectively to the Chevrolet Nos. 23 Our Motorsports and 26 Sam Hunt Racing Toyota.
Ronnie Bassett Jr. will make his first start this year and finish 18th overall at the wheel of the # 90 Ford DGM Racing.
The Xfinity Series race in Texas will follow the previous NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race there. The Alsco Uniforms 250 is scheduled to take place at 4 p.m. ET, with TV coverage provided by Fox Sports 1.