Harrison Burton secured another top 5 finish on Saturday in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and Jeb Burton finished 16th in his first race since Daytona almost four months ago in the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Jeb Burton started the day in the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Burton had a decent truck all day and finished on the lead lap and in sixteenth place.
Grant Enfinger won the race that appeared to be all but locked up by Austin Hill before a late race caution sent the race into overtime. Hill had a five second lead with three laps remaining in the race, but Chase Elliott who was in third place at the time spun out bringing out a caution and setting up the green white checkered. Enfinger was able to able to overtake Hill in overtime to secure his second win of the year.
Harrison Burton had a solid race on Saturday, finishing in fifth place in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Burton has now finished in the top ten in every Xfinity race this season and is currently third in the Xfinity Series standings.
The 19-year-old rookie also was one of four drivers in the Dash 4 Cash. In addition to trying to win the race, the four drivers, Burton, Chase Briscoe, Brandon Jones and Noah Gragson, were competing to finish the highest out of the four to win the $100,000 bonus from Xfinity.
Gragson edged Burton for the $100,000 with a second place finish. Burton was second in the Dash 4 Cash with his top five finish. AJ Allmendinger, the 38-year-old veteran, won his first race on an oval. Allmendinger is a veteran driver in NASCAR and has won four races in his career but all on road courses.