The NASCAR XFINITY Series returns after an off-week to take on Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Hisense 4K TV 300.
The JR Motorsports Chevrolets sit in four of the top six spots in the standings with Elliott Sadler in the points lead.
Check out the points standings heading into the race at Charlotte:
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Elliott Sadler, 330 points
The grizzled veteran continues to pace the field in the XFINITY Series with eight top-10 finishes, the most in the series.
Justin Allgaier, 301
Allgaier moved ahead of his JR Motorsports teammate, William Byron, a few weeks ago and continues to run fast, closing the gap on Sadler, his other JRM teammate.
, LAT Images www.latphoto.co.ukRussell LaBounty
William Byron, 252
The rookie continues to gain experience but has suffered from some bad runs the past few weeks. Byron has the skill to make his way to Victory Lane in any race, though.
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Bubba Wallace, 235
Wallace’s stretch of finishing either sixth or 33rd ended with a 13th at Talladega but he moved up to fourth in the standings with the result.
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Daniel Hemric, 229
Hemric’s been one of the best drivers in the series in recent weeks. He had a rough outing at Talladega but still looks to be among the top drivers in the field.
, LAT Images www.latphoto.co.ukNigel Kinrade
Michael Annett, 224
It’s been a steady climb in the standings for Annett, who moved up two more spots heading into Charlotte. With a good run, Annett could make it a clean sweep of the top four spots in the standings for JR Motorsports.
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Matt Tifft, 216
Tifft climbed two spots in the standings after Talladega. Tifft continues to improve in last year’s XFINITY Series championship car.