Updated XFINITY Series points standings heading to Vegas Tim Durr @timdurr Mar 11, 2017 at 9:41a ET The XFINITY Series heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Boyd Gaming 300 at 4:00 p.m. ET today on FS1. Check out the top 15 in the points standings heading to Sin City. Jerome Miron Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports 1 Elliott Sadler, 70 After a strong start at Daytona turned sour late, Sadler rebound with a solid performance at Atlanta. His stage wins at Daytona helped give him the edge in the standings. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports 2 William Byron, 67 There’s definitely been a bit of an adjustment period from the Trucks to XFINITY for Byron, but overall he’s continued to impress. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports 3 Ryan Reed, 66 The Daytona winner has his spot locked up in the playoffs and sits only four points back of the points lead after two weeks. Peter Casey Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports 4 Brendan Gaughan, 62 The veteran driver continues to be a top-tier XFINITY driver. He lost a few spots in the points after Atlanta but still sits in solid shape heading to Vegas. Jasen Vinlove Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports 5 Matt Tifft, 56 One of the best stories on the XFINITY Series, Tifft has overcome brain surgery to not only return to the race car, but run very well in it. Shanna Lockwood Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports 6 Dakoda Armstrong, 47 Armstrong appears to be making some strides forward in the early going of 2017 in Year 2 with JGL Racing. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports 7 Brennan Poole, 45 In his second full-time XFINITY Series season, Poole is on pace for another solid season and will definitely flirt with a win. Peter Casey Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports 8 Michael Annett, 45 The move from a backmarker Cup Series team to a top-tier XFINITY Series team was the right move for Annett. Expect him to be a contender all season. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports 9 Daniel Hemric, 42 There are always some growing pains coming from Trucks to XFINITY but Hemric has looked strong for the most part driving the No. 21 for Richard Childress. Shanna Lockwood Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports 10 Harrison Rhodes, 40 After a handful of part-time seasons in the XFINITY Series, Rhodes is eager to be a season-long contender with MBM Motorsports. Peter Casey Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports 11 Garrett Smithley, 39 The Georgia-native has high expectations to be a stronger contender in his second season in the XFINITY Series. So far, it’s been a good start. Aaron Doster Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports 12 Joey Gase, 36 In his fourth full-time season in the XFINITY Series, Gase looks to improve on his results and contend for a spot in the playoffs. He’s finished right about 20th in each of the first three seasons. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports 13 Cole Custer, 36 At only 19, Custer has shown a lot of potential to kickoff his career. He’s right on the playoff bubble after two races in the No. 00 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports 14 Darrell Wallace Jr., 35 A solid weekend at Atlanta boosted Bubba Wallace into the 14th spot in the standings, one of the biggest gains in the points. Jasen Vinlove Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports 15 Ross Chastain, 33 The JD Motorsports driver finds himself hanging near the border of the XFINITY Series playoffs after the first two races of 2017. Mark J. Rebilas Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Next Gallery 40 Starting lineup for Sunday's Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!