Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rallies to finish third Friday at Chili Bowl

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. got rid of a wreck in his heat race and needing to come through the C-main to complete 3rd in Friday night’s A-main at the Chili Bowl Nationals.

Justin Grant won Friday’s function. Kyle Cummins ended up second. Both locked themselves into Saturday’s A-main at the Chili Bowl Nationals. That race consists of safeguarding winner Kyle Larson and three-time Chili Bowl champ Christopher Bell. MavTV will relay Saturday’s last races, starting at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Stenhouse was gathered in a crash in his heat and did not complete, putting seventh. He ended up 4th in the C-main to advance to the B-main. Stenhouse began last (16th) in the B-main and won it to advance to the A-main. He began 18th in the 30-lap A-main and ended up third.

Stenhouse will begin with the B-main Saturday night. The leading 7 from both B-mains advance to the 24-car A-main.

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Numerous others with NASCAR connections raced Friday night:

  • Jesse Love, in 2015’s ARCA Menards Series West champ, won his heat race and certifying race and put seventh in the A-main.

  • J.J. Yeley was 5th in his heat, put 4th in his qualifier and won his B-main race to advance to the A-main. He ended up ninth in the A-main.

  • Previous NASCAR chauffeur Kasey Kahne won his heat race and ended up third in his qualifier to make the A-main. He ended up 14th because race.

  • Justin Allgaier won his heat and put ninth in his qualifier, stopping working to complete. He ended up 13th in his B-main, stopping working to complete that race.

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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rallies to complete 3rd Friday at Chili Bowl initially appeared on NBCSports.com

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.