IK9 SERVICE DOG 200 - XFINITY SERIES
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iK9 Service Dog 200 - Xfinity Series Tickets
Location: Avondale, Ariz.
Venue: Phoenix Raceway
Series: Xfinity Series
Notable Past Winners: Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer
NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 TicketsThe NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 is a race held each spring at the Phoenix International Raceway. It began in 2005 when NASCAR added a second Phoenix date to its schedule. The race consists of 200 laps on the 1-mile Phoenix Raceway track for a total of 200 miles of racing. The NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 is run in three stages. Stages one and two are each 45 laps. Stage three concludes the race after 110 more laps. Greg Biffle won the first NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 race in 2005, then won again in 2009. Kyle Busch is the all-time leader in NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 race wins with seven. He won back-to-back NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 races in 2010-11 and in 2013-14. Toyota has seven NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 race wins, leading all manufacturers. Erik Jones owns the race qualifying record after a lap at 136.789 mph in 2016. Grab your NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 tickets at StubHub and see NASCAR's brightest stars bloom in the desert spring.
Who won the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 in Phoenix?Kyle Busch led 116 of the race's 200 laps and won the the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 with a 3.025-second margin of victory. Ryan Truex finished second racing for JR Motorsports. Tyler Reddick, Cole Custer and Austin Cindric finished third through fifth. Christopher Bell sat on the pole with a qualifying lap of 133.973 mph. He led 68 laps but fell victim to a crash and finished in the 30th position. The race saw four caution incidents for 35 laps. There were 12 lead changes between four drivers. NASCAR's on-track scoring monitors recorded 582 green flag passes throughout the race. In an average lap under the green flag, 3.5 positions changed within the field.
Who are the leading Xfinity drivers at Phoenix Raceway?Among drivers who race in the Xfinity Series full time, Justin Allgaier leads at Phoenix in wins, top-5 and top-10 finishes. Christopher Bell has one win and three top-5 finishes. Austin Cindric has two top-5 and three top-10 finishes, and Tyler Reddick has two top-5 and four top-10 finishes.
When is the NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 race?Mark your calendar for a full weekend of spring racing action at Phoenix Raceway. The NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 race is scheduled for Saturday, March 7 at 4:00 pm Eastern time. It is paired with the NASCAR Cup Series FanShield 500 which will take to the track on Sunday, March 8 at 3:30 pm Eastern. Check StubHub for tickets to a full weekend of NASCAR racing at Phoenix Raceway.
Is the NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 part of the Xfinity Series Playoffs?The NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 is not included in the Xfinity Series Playoffs. However, it is very likely to influence the championship. Under NASCAR's "win and you're in" qualification policy, full-time Xfinity drivers in the top 20 in points standings automatically qualify for the Series Playoffs if they win a race. If one of the Xfinity Series top 20 regular drivers wins the NASCAR Xfinity Series 200, the driver's place in the Series Playoffs is secure. You can expect the Xfinity Series' best drivers to show up in Phoenix looking to lock in their place in the 2020 Series Playoffs.
How is the racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series 200?Xfinity Series racing at Phoenix is generally fast and safe. The NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 averages just under seven caution incidents per race. The average speed since 2014 has exceeded 103 mph on a one-mile track. The NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 is for fans who enjoy clean, safe and competitive racing.
Where can I get tickets to the Xfinity Series spring race in Phoenix?StubHub is your best source for NASCAR Xfinity Series 200 race tickets and for all of the spring NASCAR races in Phoenix.
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