Christopher Bell Leads ARCA Top Three Sweep of NXS Race at Dover

Christopher Bell Leads ARCA Top Three Sweep of NXS Race at Dover

Three-time ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards winner Christopher Bell became the winningest rookie in NASCAR XFINITY Series history with his sixth win of the season in Saturday's Bar Harbor 200 at Dover International Speedway. Bell dominated, leading 110 laps in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, including the final 29 trips around the daunting one-mile high-banked concrete oval.

Bell led a top-three sweep of former ARCA winners, as he was chased across the stripe by Cole Custer and Justin Allgaier. Fifth-place finisher Spencer Gallagher is also a former ARCA winner, and his GMS Racing team won the 2015 ARCA Racing Series championship with Grant Enfinger at the wheel.

Former ARCA winners Brandon Jones, in sixth, and Austin Cindric, in eighth, also finished among the top ten.

Bell leads the series standings by five points over Allgaier. Custer is tied for fourth with Elliott Sadler, former ARCA regular Matt Tifft is seventh, and Cindric is eighth.

The next race for the NASCAR XFINITY Series is at Kansas Speedway on October 20.

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