2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series Chicago Street Course Race Page

 


Saturday, July 6, 2024
Chicago Street Course
Time: 2:30pm/et
TV: USA
Radio: MRN, Sirius XM NASCAR
Stages: 15/15/20


Shane van Gisbergen remains undefeated at Chicago Street Course: Shane van Gisbergen put on a master class Saturday afternoon, winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ The Loop 110 at the Chicago Street Race. The New Zealander led early and, again, led late to claim his third consecutive series road course win and second race win on the 2.2-mile downtown Chicago streets.(Read more)(7-6-2024)

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JULY 06: Shane Van Gisbergen, driver of the #97 WeatherTech Chevrolet, crosses the finish line to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series The Loop 110 at Chicago Street Course on July 06, 2024 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) | Getty Images
(Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) | Getty Images

For the second time in as many races, #97-Shane van Gisbergen has won at the Chicago Street Course, though this time he was victorious in The Loop 110 Xfinity Series race. It marks his third straight road course victory, becoming the third driver in series history to have three straight road course wins. Van Gisbergen leads the series with three race wins.
#19-Ty Gibbs finished second, overcoming a slow pit stop. #17-Kyle Larson led 12 laps en route to a third-place finish. #48-Parker Kligerman placed fourth after starting the race at the rear of the field due to an engine change. #2-Jesse Love rounded out the top five and tied van Gisbergen for the most laps led (14).
#88-Connor Mosack, #21-Austin Hill, #15-Joey Logano, #7-Justin Allgaier and #32-Austin Green completed the top 10.
Van Gisbergen racked up six playoff points by winning the race and the opening stage. #21-Hill won Stage 2.
There were nine lead changes among five drivers and seven cautions for 16 yellow flag laps.
The average speed of the race was: 56.531 mph.
See race details at: Race Results, Driver Points Standings, Owner Points Standings, Cumulative Report, Penalty Report.

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Race Fast Facts – Chicago:
Shane Van Gisbergen # won the The Loop 110, his third victory in 18 Xfinity Series races.
This is his third victory and fifth top-10 finish in 2024.
This is his first victory and first top-10 finish in one race at Chicago Street Race.
Ty Gibbs(i) (second) posted his first top-10 finish in one race at Chicago Street Race. It is his second top-10 finish in 2024.
Kyle Larson(i) (third) posted his first top-10 finish in one races at Chicago Street Race.
Shane Van Gisbergen (first) was the highest finishing rookie.
Cole Custer leads the point standings by 38 points over Justin Allgaier.

Xfinity Series Playoff Standings after Chicago (Race 18 of 33):
1)#00-Cole Custer 657 points, +225 (regular season championship leader)
2)#97-Shane van Gisbergen [3 wins]
3)#81-Chandler Smith [2 wins]
4)#21-Austin Hill [2 wins]
5)#1-Sam Mayer [2 wins]
6)#7-Justin Allgaier [1 win]
7)#2-Jesse Love [1 win]
8)#98-Riley Herbst 523, +91
9)#16-AJ Allmendinger 522, +90
10)#18-Sheldon Creed 505, +73
11)#48-Parker Kligerman 495, +63
12)#8-Sammy Smith 455, +23
Currently below elimination line
13)#39-Ryan Sieg 432, -23
14)#9-Brandon Jones 388, -67
15)#5-Anthony Alfredo 370, -85
See the Drivers Points Standings and Owners Points Standings.

Race Updates:
Lap 50: #97-van Gisbergen wins the Chicago Street Race. #19-Gibbs, #17-Larson, #48-Kligerman, #2-Love, #88-Mosack, #21-Hill, #15-Logano, #7-Allgaier, #32-Green complete the top 10.
Lap 47: #97-van Gisbergen gets to second position on the restart. #1-Mayer spins from inside the top five. Van Gisbergen passes #2-Love for the lead in Turn 7. #18-Creed went for a spin off the front bumper of #48-Kligerman.
Lap 44: #42-Honeyman is buried into the Turn 1 tire barrier after blowing a right-front tire.
Lap 43: #97-van Gisbergen hit the inside wall of Turn 12, getting him off line and loose on corner exit. #1-Mayer and #18-Creed make contact for fourth position.
Lap 42: #21-Hill dropped five spots on the restart to eighth. #97-van Gisbergen gained three spots and is up to third, closing in on #2-Love and #19-Gibbs.
Lap 39: #16-Allmendinger made a dive-bomb move in Turn 2, making contact with #42-Honeyman, who got into #9-Jones and spun. #50-Pardus was stopped in Turn 11 to bring out the caution.
Lap 35: #2-Love takes the lead from #21-Hill entering Turn 1. Big stack up entering Turn 11, involving #31-Retzlaff, #28-Sieg, #92-Bilicki, #26-Karam, #14-Castro and #29-Perkins.
Lap 32: #8-Smith and #7-Allgaier lead the drivers that pit. #00-Custer has his hood raised on pit road.
Lap 30: #21-Hill wins the second stage. #8-Smith, #2-Love, #7-Allgaier, #18-Creed, #19-Gibbs, #48-Kligerman, #1-Mayer, #20-Nemechek and #97-van Gisbergen score stage points. #17-Larson made it up to 11th. #00-Custer spun out of Turn 12.
Lap 26: #21-Hill passes #8-Smith for the lead in Turn 1.
Lap 24: #17-Larson, #97-van Gisbergen, #88-Mosack, #32-Green, #11-Williams, #36-Suarez, #31-Retzlaff all pit while running towards the front. #8-Smith is the new race leader.
Lap 23: #16-Allmendinger wheel hopped into the Turn 6 tire barriers from third position.
Lap 17: The majority of the field pits. #97-van Gisbergen and #17-Larson stay out as the leaders. #88-Mosack, #16-Allmendinger, #8-Smith, #32-Green, #31-Retzlaff, #11-Williams and #7-Allgaier all stay out.
Lap 15: #97-van Gisbergen passes #17-Larson in Turn 7 and went on to win the stage. Larson, #19-Gibbs, #88-Mosack, #00-Custer, #16-Allmendinger, #2-Love, #21-Hill, #1-Mayer and #48-Kligerman earn stage points.
Lap 13: #98-Herbst forced #18-Creed into the wall. Creed retaliated and spun Herbst entering Turn 4.
Lap 12: #7-Allgaier spun entering pit road off the front bumper of #39-Sieg.
Lap 11: #17-Larson makes a power move on #97-van Gisbergen to get the lead. The two traded the lead back and forth multiple times on the restart. #92-Bilicki spun in Turn 11. #51-Clements received significant front-end damage.
Lap 8: Caution is out for debris on Columbus Drive. #38-DiBenedetto spun in the middle of the track. #26-Karam had a flat right-front tire.
Lap 5: #81-Smith is pitting for an engine issue. #97-van Gisbergen passes #17-Larson for the lead in a continuously thrilling battle.
Lap 3: #17-Larson jams into Turn 1 to take the lead, only for #97-van Gisbergen to re-take the lead in Turn 2. #17-Larson dives back ahead in Turn 4.
Lap 1: #97-van Gisbergen and #17-Larson traded the lead back and forth on the opening lap.

Cars to the rear: #7-Justin Allgaier and #26-Sage Karam (backup car); #18-Sheldon Creed, #20-John Hunter Nemechek, #28-Kyle Sieg and #48-Parker Kligerman (engine change); #36-Daniel Suarez and #39-Ryan Sieg (unapproved adjustments).

Inaugural Chicago Street Course winner in the Cup Series #97-Shane van Gisbergen won the pole for The Loop 110 at the Chicago Street Course (88.543 mph). It is his second career pole in 18 starts.
#17-Kyle Larson will start second (88.530 mph) for Hendrick Motorsports. #88-Connor Mosack (88.020 mph) turned the third best time in qualifying in his first Xfinity Series start in 2024. #19-Ty Gibbs (87.932 mph) and #1-Sam Mayer (87.707 mph) round out the top five.
#20-John Hunter Nemechek, #48-Parker Kligerman, #2-Jesse Love, #81-Chandler Smith and defending race winner #00-Cole Custer complete the top 10.
Did Not Qualify: #4-Ty Dillon, #6-Thomas Annunziata, #35-Brad Perez, #45-Alon Day, #53-Kenko Miura
See the complete Chicago Starting Lineup.

Qualifying Fast Facts — Chicago Street Course
Shane Van Gisbergen # won the Pole Award for the The Loop 110 with a lap of 89.448 seconds, 88.543 mph.
This is his second pole in 18 NASCAR Xfinity Series races.
This is his second pole and sixth top-10 start in 2024.
This is his first pole in one races at Chicago Street Race.
Kyle Larson(i) (second) posted his second top-10 start of 2024 and his first in one race at Chicago Street Race.
Connor Mosack(i) (third) posted his second top-10 start at Chicago Street Race. It is his first in one race this season.
Shane Van Gisbergen (first) was the fastest qualifying rookie.

Qualifying Order

Practice for the The Loop 110 Xfinity Series race at the Chicago Street Course is complete. The top five, slowest, news and notes:
#1-Sam Mayer 87.285 mph
#97-Shane van Gisbergen 87.209 mph
#19-Ty Gibbs 87.060 mph
#16-AJ Allmendinger 86.771 mph
#00-Cole Custer 86.521 mph
#19-Ty Gibbs 86.294 mph
Slowest: #53-Kenko Miura 77.549 mph
Most laps run: #2-Jesse Love, #32-Austin Green, #43-Ryan Ellis, 17
Notes: #35-Kenko Miura spun into the tire barriers in the opening minutes. #35-Brad Perez stopped on track with no power. #7-Justin Allgaier slipped into the tire barriers in Turn 4 when #45-Alon Day piled in after Allgaier was stopped for more than 20 seconds, ripping the entire left side door of Day’s car off. #53-Miura went wide a second time and hit the tire barriers harder. #97-Shane van Gisbergen overshot Turn 4 and looped around. #18-Shaleon Creed slapped the outside wall between Turns 4 and 5. #26-Sage Karam spun into Turn 6 and backed into the outside wall. #36-Daniel Suarez wheel hopped into Turn 2 and reported a loss of brakes. As time expired, #18-Creed had a mechanical issue.
See full Chicago Practice Results.

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There are 43 drivers/teams on the entry list for The Loop 110 Xfinity Series race at the Chicago Street Course. Five cars will miss the show.
Notables: #4-Ty Dillon, #6-Thomas Annunziata, #07-Alex Labbe, #14-Andre Castro, #15-Joey Logano, #17-Kyle Larson, #19-Ty Gibbs, #20-John Hunter Nemechek, #26-Sage Karam, #32-Austin Green, #35-Brad Perez, #36-Daniel Suarez, #45-Alon Day, #50-Preston Pardus, #53-Kenko Miura, #88-Connor Mosack, #92-Josh Bilicki
See the full Chicago Entry List.

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