Jockey Made in America 250 at Road America

The NASCAR CUP Series and XFINITY Series were active at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin’s 4.048-mile Roadway America roadway course. On Sunday, Chase Elliott verified, once again, that he is the present Cup Series King of Roadway Courses. The Outdoor Camping World Truck Series will go back to action on Friday, July 9, at the Knoxville Raceway dirt oval. The current outcomes and upcoming scheduled occasions for the NASCAR feeder series are likewise consisted of listed below in addition to information on all tracks discussed in this column.

NASCAR Cup Series (NCS)

Sun, Jul 4, Jockey Made in America 250 – Roadway America – 62 laps.
– William Byron (#24 Chevrolet Camaro) won the Pole Award for Sunday’s inaugural occasion at Roadway America with a lap of 132.049 seconds, 110.359 miles per hour. This is his sixth pole in 128 NCS races. It is his first pole and 17th top-10 start in 2021. Kyle Larson (second) published his 13th top-10 start of 2021. XFINITY Series routine AJ Allmendinger (3rd) published his second top-10 in 3 NCS races this season. Anthony Alfredo (24th) was the fastest certifying Sunoco Novice of the Year competitor (ROTY). Did not make the 40-car field: Nobody, there were just 40 entries.

– Chase Elliott (#9 Chevrolet Camaro) scored his 13th success in 205 NCS races. This is his second success and 11th top-10 surface in 2021. It is Elliott’s 7th profession NCS roadway course success – he is now ranked 3rd on the NCS all-time wins list behind NASCAR Hall of Famers Jeff Gordon (9 wins) and Tony Stewart (8). Christopher Bell (second) published his 7th top-10 surface in 2021. Kyle Busch (3rd) published his 13th top-10 surface in 2021. Chase Briscoe (sixth) was the greatest finishing ROTY. Polesitter William Byron led 15 laps however completed 33rd after spinning off course in the last after a bump from another automobile.

– NCS points leader: Denny Hamlin by 3 points over Kyle Larson.

– TOP-16 NCS Playoff Competitors (G/L):
1. Denny Hamlin
2. Kyle Larson
3. William Byron
4. Kyle Busch 1
5. Joey Logano -1
6. Chase Elliott
7. Martin Truex Jr.
8. Ryan Blaney
9. Kevin Harvick
10. Brad Keselowski
11. Alex Bowman
12. Austin Dillon
13. Tyler Reddick
14. Kurt Busch
15. Christopher Bell 1
16. Chris Buescher -1

– Next: Sun, Jul 11, Quake State 400 – Atlanta Motor Speedway – 260 laps.


Sat, Jul 3, Henry 180 – Roadway America – 45 laps
– Ty Gibbs (#81 Toyota Supra) won the Pole Award for Saturday’s occasion with a lap of 135.52 seconds, 107.532 miles per hour. This is his first pole in 9 NXS races and his 3rd top-10 start in 2021. Austin Cindric (second) published his 15th top-10 start of 2021 and his 5th in 5 Roadway America races. AJ Allmendinger (3rd) published his 3rd top-10 start at Roadway America. It is his 13th in 17 races this season. Because just 36 cars and trucks were permitted to comprise the lineup, the following 37th to 43rd, because order, did not receive this occasion: #66 Matt Jaskol, #52 Gray Gaulding, #0 Jeffrey Earnhardt, #15 Colby Howard, #61 Boris Said, #47 Kyle Weatherman and #74 Bayley Currey.

– CUP Series routine Kyle Busch, driving the Joe Gibbs Racing #54 Toyota Supra, scored his 101st success in 361 NXS races. This is his fourth success in 4 NXS begins in 2021. Daniel Hemric (second) published his second top-10 surface in 4 races at Roadway America. It is his 11th top-10 surface in 2021. Michael Annett (3rd) published his fourth top-10 surface in 9 Roadway America races. Polesitter Ty Gibbs led 2 laps however was credited with a 33rd-place DNF after his #81 Toyota’s transmission stopped working on lap 34 of the 45-lap race.

– NXS points leader: Austin Cindric by 89 points over AJ Allmendinger.

– TOP-12 NXS Playoff Contenders (G/L):
1. Austin Cindric
2. AJ Allmendinger
3. Daniel Hemric
4. Justin Allgaier
5. Harrison Burton
6. Jeb Burton
7. Justin Haley 1
8. Brandon Jones -1
9. Noah Gragson
10. Michael Annett
11. Jeremy Clements
12. Brandon Brown 1

– Next: Sat, Jul 10, Credit Karma Cash 250 – Atlanta Motor Speedway – 200 laps.

NASCAR Outdoor Camping World Truck Series (NTS)

– NTS points leader: John Hunter Nemechek by 86 points over Ben Rhodes.

– TOP-10 NTS Playoff Competitors (G/L):
1. John Hunter Nemechek
2. Ben Rhodes
3. Austin Hill
4. Zane Smith
5. Todd Gilliland
6. Sheldon Creed 1
7. Matt Crafton 1
8. Grant Enfinger -2
9. Stewart Friesen
10. Carson Hocevar

– Next: Fri, Jul 9, Corn Belt 150 – Knoxville Raceway – 150 laps.

NASCAR Feeder Series

ARCA Menards Series:
Fri, Jun 25, General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 – Pocono Raceway – 80 laps.
Winner: Corey Heim – P1: Ty Gibbs – Points Leader: Corey Heim
Next: Sat, Jul 10, Menards 250 – Elko Speedway – 250 laps.

ARCA Menards East:
Sat, Jun 12, North Carolina 200 – Southern National Motorsports Park – 200 laps.
Winner: Sammy Smith – P1: Mason Diaz – Points Leader: Sammy Smith
Next: Sat, Jul 24, * Iowa 150 – Iowa Speedway – 150 laps.
* Combination race with ARCA Menards Series

ARCA Menards West:
Sat, Jul 3, NAPA Car Components 150 – Irwindale Speedway – 150 laps.
Winner: Jesse Love – P1: Dean Thompson – Points Leader (tie): Todd Souza, Dean Thompson
Next: Sat, Jul 31, Colorado 150 – Colorado National Speedway – 150 laps.

Whelen Modified Trip:
Sat. Jun 19, Buzz Chew Chevrolet Cadillac 200 – Riverhead Raceway – 200 laps.
Winner: Doug Coby – P1: Justin Bonsignore – Points Leader: Patrick Emerling
Next: Sat. Jul 17, Whelen 100 – New Hampshire Motor Speedway – 100 laps.

Pinty’s Series:
Season-opener: Sun, Aug 1, Doubleheader at Sundown Speedway in Innisfil, Ontario.

Peak Mexico Series:
Sun, Jun 19 at Autodromo del Ecocentro de la Union Ganadera in Queretaro, Mexico.
Winner: Ruben Rovelo – Points Leader: Salvador De Alba Jr.
Next: Sun, Jul 11 at Autodromo Miguel E. Abed in Puebla, Mexico.

Track Information

Atlanta Motor Speedway – 1.54-mile oval – Hampton, Georgia
Autodromo Miguel E. Abed – 1.25-mile oval – Puebla, Mexico
Autodromo del Ecocentro de la Union Ganadera – 0.79-mile oval – Queretaro
Colorado National Speedway – 0.375-mile oval – Dacono, Colorado
Elko Speedway – 0.375-mile oval – Elko, Minnesota
Iowa Speedway – 0.875-mile oval – Newton, Iowa
Irwindale Speedway – 0.5-mile oval – Irwindale, California
Knoxville Raceway – 0.5 mile dirt oval – Knoxville, Iowa
New Hampshire Motor Speedway – 1.058-mile oval – Loudon, New Hampshire
Pocono Raceway – 2.5-mile tri-oval – Long Pond, Pennsylvania
Riverhead Raceway – 0.25-mile oval – Riverhead, New York City
Roadway America – 4.048-mile roadway course – Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Southern National Motorsports Park – 0.4-mile oval – Lucama, North Carolina
Sundown Speedway – 0.333-mile oval – Innisfil, Ontario

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.