Chase Briscoe displays the performance of a lifetime by holding off Cup series champion Kyle Busch to take the win. Briscoe takes home the win at the NASCAR Xfinity race in Darlington.
He fought off a nail-biting last-lap challenge from Kyle Busch to take a very emotional win.
With the beating and the slamming in the last 10 laps that likely had the fans at home on their feet, a passionate Chase Briscoe fought Kyle Busch to the line to catch the success in the Toyota 200 at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ first race back since the COVID-19 pandemic carried sports to a stop.
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For Briscoe, it was likewise the second win of the period after he took the triumph recently at Las Vegas. He is the solitary multirace Xfinity Series victor up to this point in 2020.
“The biggest day of my life after the toughest day of my life”: Briscoe
The success was made even more piercing for Briscoe by the individual feelings of the week, as he and his significant other, Marissa, had shared on Wednesday they had taken in the day preceding they lost the child they were hoping to invite late in the year.
“The biggest day of my life after the toughest day of my life.” pic.twitter.com/DY5pxTsFNB
— NASCAR Xfinity (@NASCAR_Xfinity) May 21, 2020
“I knew that in the car would probably be the best therapy, but I didn’t know really how my reaction was going to be,” Briscoe said. “Truthfully, in the whole race I was kind of out of it, for sure the last 50 laps emotionally.”
“I was kind of all over the place. … It was a blessing in disguise that it rained Tuesday and I was able to get a couple of days at home.”
NASCAR Xfinity was back in business for the first time after March 7
It was the first race for the Xfinity Series since the checkered banner flew in Phoenix on March 7. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down the donning scene a couple of days after. Additionally, the race was postponed because of bad weather this week. Originally the occasion was set for Tuesday evening yet was cut short and pushed out two days, and afterward as proceeded with precipitation fell it knock a Thursday early afternoon start by four and a half hours.
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