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NASCAR

Bell battles for top Toyota result at Daytona

July 06 2019 Christopher Bell showed strength throughout the 100-lap event and survived a chaotic race for a fourth-place finish.19, Bell battles for top Toyota result at Daytona
After an extended rain delay, Friday evening’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race finally got underway shortly after 10pm local time. Christopher Bell showed strength throughout the 100-lap event and survived a chaotic race for a fourth-place finish. The Oklahoma-native scored top-10 finishes at both stage breaks. After a large late-race wreck eliminated half of the field, Bell was able to snake his way through and put his Toyota Supra near the front. He was unable to make a charge late with no drafting help from behind and scored his 10th top-five finish of the season.
July 06 2019, The rest of the Toyota contingent had tough finishes despite solid races.
“I don’t know, I maybe could have laid back a little bit. You lay back and the guy behind you tries to make a move on you. I don’t know, I’ll just have to go back and see if there was anything I could have done differently. Overall, it was a great speedway season for us. I think we were sixth here in February, a third at Talladega and then a fourth here today. That’s my best speedway season I’ve had in my career. Take that and try to learn from it. Really proud of these guys on the Ruud Supra.
 
The rest of the Toyota contingent had tough finishes despite solid races. In their third-ever event, H2 Motorsports with driver Shane Lee was in the top five with less than 10 laps to go before being 

spun. Brandon Jones was caught up in the first wreck of the evening and Riley Herbst had a spin late in the event. 

The Xfinity Series heads to the Bluegrass state and Kentucky Speedway for next Friday’s Alsco 300.