Daniel Suarez finishes 14th in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Josh Reaume was credited with a 38th place DNF in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Ryan Sieg finishes 23rd in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He started the No. 39 Uncle Bob's Self Storage Chevrolet Camaro seventh on the grid for the Hisense 250. He completed 159 laps of the 163 lap race.
Mike Harmon was credited with a 37th place DNF in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He started the No. 74 Dodge 38th on the grid for the Hisense 250. He made it to lap 92 of the 163 lap event before exiting the race (Front Hub).
Joey Gase finishes 30th in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Matt Crafton wins the Hyundai Construction Equipment 200, his sixth victory in 340 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races.
Jimmie Johnson was one of the drivers who failed to clear inspection at Atlanta on Friday and was relegated to the 37th starting position. He is joined in the back of the pack by teammate Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart, and Regan Smith.
Martin Truex Jr. finished eighth in last week’s Daytona 500. He brings momentum with him to the track and hopes to capitalize at Atlanta.
Brendan Gaughan hopes that the third time will be the charm at Atlanta. He finished 33rd in the spring of 2004 and was 18th that fall. He would like to crack the top 15 in the No. 62 this week.
Brad Keselowski finished 25th or worse in his first two Atlanta starts. His next two attempts ended in results of sixth and third, and finally his latest two ended in DNFs and 30-something results.
When Matt Kenseth failed to clear inspection on Friday, it snapped a four-race streak of qualifying in the top 10 at Atlanta.
Ryan Newman will be seeking his third straight Atlanta top-10 this week. He finished fifth in 2013 and was seventh in 2014.
Sprint Cup regular Kevin Harvick wins the Hisense 250, his 45th victory in 317 NASCAR XFINITY Series races.
Denny Hamlin has three top-10s in his last four Atlanta races. Starting fourth this weekend, he would like to make that four-for-five.
Sam Hornish Jr. may be closing in on a top-10 finish at Atlanta. His last start on this track ended in an 11th with Roger Penske in 2012.