New Hampshire Xfinity results, driver points

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Xfinity results, points: LOUDON, New Hampshire — Christopher Bell and Joe Gibbs Racing maintained their Xfinity Series winning streaks Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

In winning the Ambetter Get Vaccinated 200, Bell remained a perfect three for three in Xfinity starts at the 1.058-mile oval, where JGR has won the past six Xfinity Series races.

It was the 17th victory in 76 Xfinity Series races for Bell, who was making his first start on the circuit since Nov. 16, 2019 season finale.

RESULTS: New Hampshire Motor Speedway Xfinity results

Justin Allgaier (second), Daniel Hemric (third) and Austin Cindric (fourth) scored career-best finishes at New Hampshire. Harrison Burton rounded out the top five.

Josh Berry (eighth) was the highest-finishing rookie.

Click here for the full results rundown from Saturday’s 200-lap Xfinity Series race at New Hampshire and click here for the cumulative race report.

POINTS REPORT

Austin Cindric remains the points leader after the New Hampshire race. He has 797 points. He’s followed by AJ Allmendinger (715 points), Daniel Hemric (684), Justin Allgaier (653) and Harrison Burton (615).

Click here for the driver points standings after New Hampshire and click here for the team owner points rundown.

NEXT: The series will race Aug. 7 at Watkins Glen International (4 p.m. ET, CNBC).

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New Hampshire Xfinity results, driver points originally appeared on NBCSports.com