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Kyle Busch wins in overtime in the Alsco 300

The Alsco 300 runs Monday evening at Charlotte Motor Speedway. We’ll update with pertinent news on wrecks, and provide a rundown of the finishing order at the end of the evening.

Brad Keselowski, driver of the #22 Fitzgerald Glider Kits Ford, takes the checkered flag to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series ALSCO 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 26, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images

UPDATE 10:40 p.m.: The race went into extra laps because of the wreck and late caution flag. Kyle Busch, Austin Cindric and Daniel Hemric jockeyed for position, but Busch finished with the win, followed by Hemric, then Cindric. Here are the full results:

Alsco 300 results

Finish Driver Car #
Finish Driver Car #
1 Kyle Busch 54
2 Daniel Hemric 8
3 Austin Cindric 22
4 Ross Chastain 10
5 Justin Allgaier 7
6 Brett Moffitt 2
7 Michael Annett 1
8 Brandon Brown 68
9 Harrison Burton 20
10 Myatt Snider 21
11 Noah Gragson 9
12 Riley Herbst 18
13 Dillon Bassett 90
14 Josh Williams 92
15 Jesse Little 4
16 Alex Labbe 36
17 B.J. McLeod 6
18 Bayley Currey 74
19 Joe Graf, Jr. 8
20 Chase Briscoe 98
21 Mason Massey 99
22 Chad Finchum 13
23 Vinnie Miller 78
24 Tommy Joe Martins 44
25 Jeffrey Earnhardt 0
26 Joe Nemechek 47
27 Brandon Jones 19
28 Ryan Sieg 39
29 Justin Haley 11
30 Matt Mills 5
31 Garrett Smithley 7
32 Jeremy Clements 51
33 Austin Hill 61
34 Timmy Hill 66
35 Kody Vanderwal 52
36 Jeff Green 93
37 Colby Howard 15

UPDATE 10:30 p.m.: We had a big wreck with three laps to go, involving Tommy Joe Martins, Brandon Jones, Justin Haley, and Noah Gragson. The late caution means we get three laps of overtime racing.

UPDATE 10:02 p.m.: We had a wreck with 25 laps to go involving Austin Hill and Jeremy Clements. The restart was led by Austin Cindric, Noah Gragson, and Justin Haley. Kyle Busch has since moved past Haley into third place with 23 laps to go.

UPDATE 9:47 p.m.: We have a restart with 40 laps remaining. Here’s the top five:

1. Austin Cindric
2. Justin Haley
3. Michael Annett
4. Myatt Snider
5. Noah Gragson

UPDATE 8:56 p.m.: Stage 2 is a wrap and after falling behind Ross Chastain, Kyle Busch reclaimed the lead and won the stage. He leads after 94 of 200 laps.

1. Kyle Busch
2. Ross Chastain
3. Chase Briscoe
4. Austin Cindric
5. Noah Gragson
6. Brandon Jones
7. Daniel Hemric
8. Riley Herbst
9. Justin Haley
10. Harrison Burton

UPDATE 8:26 p.m.: Kyle Busch got in front of Ross Chastain late in the first stage and claimed the stage victory. Here’s the top ten following stage 1 of the race:

1. Kyle Busch
2. Ross Chastain
3. Justin Haley
4. Noah Gragson
5. Brandon Jones
6. Austin Cindric
7. Riley Herbst
8. Chase Briscoe
9. Daniel Hemric
10. Harrison Burton

UPDATE 8:16 p.m.: Kody Vanderwal started 35th and has gone to the garage with an engine issue.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series is back in action for its second race of the restarted season. The Alsco 300 is officially underway at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with the pace car dropping off and the cars taking off at around 7:50 p.m.

Ross Chastain opened the race in the pole position, with Brandon Jones in the second position. They’re followed by 38 other drivers, with the order determined in a random draw.

Chase Briscoe is the current points leader in the Xfinity Series with 223 points. He has a 19 point lead on Harrison Burton and a 26 point lead on third place Austin Cindric. Briscoe started tonight in the 8th position, Burton was 11th, and Cindric was 6th.

Kyle Busch is the favorite in this race, closing at -134 and starting the race in the 18th position. Briscoe has the next best odds at +450 and is starting in the 8th position. It’s a drop from there with Justin Allgaier at +1000.

We’ll be updating with notable wrecks and the like tonight, and then have the full finishing order when the checkered flag drops.