Ryan Sieg ’s left-rear tire falls off the No. 39 car and collects the No. 98 of Corey Lajoie.
A frustrated Ryan Sieg intentionally turns Jeremy Clements at Kentucky Speedway.
Drivers are forced to make moves as Ryan Sieg spins off the turn.
Ryan Sieg talks to the media after his career best third place finish in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Daytona International Speedway.
Kasey Kahne acknowledges that it was tough to get to the front but with the help of Ryan Sieg he was able to win the Subway Firecracker 250 Powered by Coca-Cola.
Ryan Sieg gets tangled with Cale Conley off Turn 2 and ends up hitting the inside wall hard at Darlington.
Coors Light Pole Qualifying, 11:35 a.m. ET, July 25 (NBCSN/Live Extra) Entry Car # Driver Team 1 19 Jeff Green TriStar Motorsports Toyota 2 40 Josh Reaume # Phoenix Air Dodge 3 74 Mike Harmon Battery Saver Dodge 4 70 Derrike Cope Chevrolet 5 52 Joey Gase Donate Life/DB Sales Company Chevrolet 6 13 BJ McLeod (i) Grafoid/Main Gate Dodge 7 89 Morgan Shepherd Malamphy Electric Inc. Chevrolet 8 0 Harrison Rhodes # teamjdmotorsports.com Chevrolet 9 15 Stanton Barrett Navy Seals vs Zombies/Lilly Trucking Ford 10 90 Martin Roy Gamache Truck Center Chevrolet 11 97 Peyton Sellers # VroomBrands Chevrolet 12 24 Eric McClure Reynolds Wrap Toyota 13 4 Ross Chastain # Watermelon.org Chevrolet 14 51 Jeremy Clements AllSouthElectric.com/RepairableVehicles.com Chevrolet 15 44 David Starr Zachry/Build Your Future Toyota 16 26 Timmy Hill (i) JGL Racing Toyota 17 01 Landon Cassill Flex Seal Chevrolet 18 14 Cale Conley # IAVA Toyota 19 28 JJ Yeley HSG/CodeBlue Toyota 20 8 Blake Koch LeafFilter Gutter Protection Toyota 21 39 Ryan Sieg Uncle Bob's Self Storage Chevrolet 22 16 Ryan Reed Lilly/American Diabetes Association Ford 23 43 Dakoda Armstrong WinField Ford 24 25 Alex Bowman (i) Zaxby's Chevrolet 25 3 Ty Dillon Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Chevrolet 26 9 Chase Elliott NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet 27 60 Chris Buescher Zest Ford 28 88 Kevin Harvick (i) Morton Buildings Chevrolet 29 6 Darrell Wallace Jr . # Ford EcoBoost Ford 30 1 Elliott Sadler OneMain Financial Ford 31 7 Regan Smith AmericasPower.org Chevrolet 32 2 Brian Scott Shore Lodge Chevrolet 33 62 Brendan Gaughan South Point Chevrolet 34 98 Aric Almirola (i) Sledgehammer Ford 35 18 Daniel Suarez # ARRIS Toyota 36 22 Ryan Blaney Discount Tire Ford 37 42 Kyle Larson (i) Dixie Chopper/Big Machine Records/Jacobsen Chevrolet 38 20 Erik Jones (i) Game Stop Toyota 39 33 Paul Menard (i) Richmond/Menards Chevrolet 40 54 Kyle Busch (i) Monster Energy Toyota
Early scrape doesn't slow No. 33 Chevy, which leads 1-2-3 RCR sweep RELATED: Practice 1 results " Final practice results Austin Dillon recovered from a brush from the wall in opening NASCAR XFINITY Series practice to top the final practice leaderboard Friday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Dillon drove his freshly repaired Richard Childress Racing No. 33 Chevrolet to a best lap of 130.707 mph on the 1.058-mile track. He'll be aiming for his fourth XFINITY victory of the season in Saturday's Lakes Region 200 (4 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM). Childress Chevrolets swept the top three in the 85-minute session. Brendan Gaughan landed the second-fastest lap at 129.498 mph in the No. 62 Chevy, and teammate Brian Scott was third-fastest (129.459 mph) in the No. 2 Camaro. Sprint Cup regulars Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski -- who collectively have won the last six XFINITY races at New Hampshire -- both secured spots in the top 10 on the leaderboard. Busch -- an XFINITY winner at the Loudon, N.H., track from 2009-11 and 2013 -- was fifth-fastest in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 54 Toyota. Keselowski, the 2012 and defending race winner, was seventh-best in the Team Penske No. 22 Ford. Daniel Suarez landed the fourth-best spot with a late mock qualifying run in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota. J.J. Yeley, who started first last weekend after a qualifying rainout at Kentucky Speedway, was sixth-fastest in the JGL Racing No. 28 Toyota. Defending series champion Chase Elliott piloted the JR Motorsports No. 9 Chevrolet to the 11th-fastest lap. Series points leader Chris Buescher was 12th-fastest in the Roush Fenway Racing No. 60 Ford. Saturday's Coors Light Pole Qualifying is set for an 11:15 a.m. ET start, to be televised on NBC Sports Network. Keselowski tops early New Hampshire practice Brad Keselowski roared to the fastest lap in Friday's first practice for the NASCAR XFINITY Series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Keselowski, last week's XFINITY winner at Kentucky, posted a lap of 130.122 mph in the No. 22 Ford in preparation for Saturday's Lakes Region 200 (4 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM), the 17th of 33 races this season. His top time was a solid .273-seconds better than second-fastest Denny Hamlin , who ran 128.920 mph in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20 Toyota. Keselowski has prevailed in two of the last three XFINITY Series races on the 1.058-mile track. Kyle Busch , seventh-fastest in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 54 Toyota, has won four of the series' last six New Hampshire events. Ryan Sieg was third-fastest in the RSS Racing No. 39 Chevrolet. NASCAR Next products Ben Rhodes and Daniel Suarez were fourth and fifth respectively in the 55-minute session. Austin Dillon , a three-time winner in the XFINITY Series this year, posted the eighth-fastest lap but damaged the right side of his Richard Childress Racing No. 33 Chevrolet after he scraped the outside wall at the exit of Turn 4. His brother, Ty Dillon , third in the XFINITY Series standings, also made contact later in the session but with less damage to his No. 3 Chevy. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Ryan Sieg gets loose off Turn 4 and ends up hitting the inside wall hard at the finish line.
Joe Gibbs Racing sweeps top three in New Hampshire qualifying RELATED: Qualifying results Denny Hamlin scooted to the Coors Light Pole Award in Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series qualifying at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Hamlin blasted to a fast lap of 131.026 mph, putting the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20 Toyota in the first starting spot for Saturday's Lakes Region 200 (4 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM). His second pole position of the season was his first at the 1.058-mile track and his 18th in the XFINITY Series. Kyle Busch posted the second-fastest lap in the No. 54 Toyota at 130.443 mph, more than a tenth of a second slower than his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate. Rookie Daniel Suarez clinched a 1-2-3 sweep for Gibbs-owned cars, pushing the No. 18 Toyota to the third-fastest lap at 130.238 mph. Brad Keselowski drove the Team Penske No. 22 Ford to the fourth-fastest lap. Brian Scott completed the top five in the Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Chevrolet. Sprint Cup regulars Busch and Keselowski have monopolized New Hampshire's Victory Lane in the last six XFINITY events. Busch swept from 2009-11 and added a 2013 win; Keselowski posted XFINITY wins at the relatively flat oval in 2012 and '14. Ryan Sieg knocked Brennan Poole out of the final, five-minute round as the 12th and final driver above the cut line. XFINITY points leader Chris Buescher was also among those failing to make the final round, managing just the 20th-fastest lap in the 10-minute Round 2. Brendan Gaughan was the final driver to make the 24-driver cut after the opening 20-minute round. He edged Cale Conley by .072 seconds to advance. The session was interrupted midway through when Matt Frahm spun in the No. 79 Chevrolet. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule