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For the first time this season, #9-Noah Gragson will start from the pole in Friday’s Food City 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Bristol. Gragson’s JR Motorsports teammate, #7-Justin Allgaier, will start alongside in second.
#54-Ty Gibbs will line up third, with #18-Daniel Hemric and #11-Justin Haley rounding out the top five. #20-Harrison Burton, #10-Jeb Burton, #98-Riley Herbst, #22-Austin Cindric and #16-AJ Allmendinger complete the top 10.
Based on points, #13-Timmy Hill won’t compete in the event.
See the complete Food City 300 Starting Lineup.

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Food City 300
Bristol Motor Speedway
7:30 p.m. ET, Friday, September 17
(Stages: 85/85/130 laps= 150 miles)
TV: NBCSN
Radio:PRN, Sirius XM NASCAR
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PLAYOFF STANDINGS AFTER RICHMOND
1)AJ Allmendinger (3 wins) 993 points
2)Austin Cindric (5 wins) 988, -5
3)Justin Allgaier (2 wins) 872, -121
4)Noah Gragson (2 wins) 822, -171
5)Justin Haley (1 win) 819, -174
6)Jeb Burton (1 win) 775, -218
7)Myatt Snider (1 win) 558, -435
8)Daniel Hemric 849, -144
9)Harrison Burton 840, -153
10)Jeremy Clements 598, -395
11)Brandon Jones 591, -402
12)Riley Herbst 590, -403
Everyone below cutline must win at Bristol in order to make the playoffs.
See the Drivers Points Standings and Owners Points Standings.

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