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Texas Xfinity race results, driver points

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Harrison Burton overcame a spin and passed Noah Gragson on the last lap to win Saturday’s Xfinity playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Gragson finished second. Anthony Alfredo, running his final race of the season for Richard Childress Racing, placed third. Austin Cindric was fourth. Brandon Brown completed the top five.

Playoff drivers Chase Briscoe, who had already clinched a spot in the title race with his win last weekend at Kansas, Ryan Sieg, Justin Allgaier and Brandon Jones had issues in the race. Briscoe finished 24th, Jones 25th, Allgaier 26th and Sieg 31st.

POINTS

Chase Briscoe remains the only Xfinity driver to secure a spot in the championship race. Austin Cindric (14 points above the cutline), Justin Allgaier (+8) and Justin Haley (+4) are in a transfer spot heading into next weekend’s Round of 8 finale at Martinsville Speedway.

The four drivers outside a transfer spot are Brandon Jones (-4 from the cutline), Ross Chastain (-15), Noah Gragson (-24) and Ryan Sieg (-43).

Texas Xfinity race results: Here is how the field finished behind winner Harrison Burton, who made a last-lap pass to win Saturday's Xfinity race at Texas.

Xfinity results from Texas

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Austin Cindric earned his third consecutive Xfinity Series win Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway after initial race winner Kyle Busch was disqualified due to a car height violation discovered during post-race inspection.

Cindric becomes the ninth different driver in Xfinity Series history to win three or more in a row.

As for the driver standings, Briscoe remains No. 1 followed by Cindric, who climbed one spot to second in the standings, 24 points behind Briscoe. Noah Gragson dropped one place to third place, 48 points behind Briscoe.

Kyle Busch's car failed post-race inspection, taking the win away from Busch and given to Austin Cindric, who has now won three consecutive Xfinity races. ]]>