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NASCAR

Jul 20 - 2019

Back-to-Back for Bell in New Hampshire

July 20, 2019, Christopher Bell made it back-to-back victories at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, winning his second-consecutive race at the one-mile track in the NASCAR Xfinity Series on Saturday. Back-to-Back for Bell in New Hampshire
Christopher Bell made it back-to-back victories at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, winning his second-consecutive race at the one-mile track in the NASCAR Xfinity Series on Saturday. The No. 20 Supra driver jumped to the lead on Lap 1 and never looked back, leading a race-high 186 laps (of 200) on his way to victory lane.
This race track has been really good to us and our team,” said Bell. “I’m just really grateful to be here with Joe Gibbs Racing. A race car driver is only as good as their race cars. I’m very lucky to be driving such a fast Supra.
 
Bell has now collected 20 NASCAR national series wins in a Toyota, capturing 13 NASCAR Xfinity Series victories and seven Truck Series victories throughout his career. Saturday’s win at New Hampshire was also Bell’s fifth win of the season as he is now tied for the most Xfinity Series victories in 2019.
 
July 20, 2019, Bell has now collected 20 NASCAR national series wins in a Toyota, capturing 13 NASCAR Xfinity Series victories and seven Truck Series victories throughout his career.
Fellow Toyota teammate Brandon Jones also finished in the top 10 while Harrison Burton, who made his first career-series start at New Hampshire, was relegated to a 29th-place finish after an on-track incident following the Stage 2 conclusion forced him to retire early.