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Weekend Stat Sheet from Atlanta, Mid-Ohio, Nashville and More

Looking back at a great weekend of summer racing.


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Another action-packed weekend of racing is in the rear-view mirror. Before we turn our focus ahead to marquee events such as the Slinger Nationals and Redbud 400 this week, here is a look back at the past weekend.

- Bill Elliott won five times at Atlanta Motor Speedway, with his last coming in the 1992 Hooters 500 with the infamous season finale points battle with Alan Kulwicki. 30 years later, his son joins him as the only other Georgia driver to win a Cup race at Atlanta after a hard fought victory on the new configuration. Elliott becomes the first three-time winner of the season in the NASCAR Cup Series.

READ MORE: Chase Elliott Wins at Home, Posts Third Win of Season

- Ross Chastain leads the NASCAR Cup Series in top-five runs thanks to his third second-place finish of the year and 10th overall in the top five. Chastain has two wins this year and has been very fast, leading 426 laps in the top series.

READ MORE: Denny Hamlin 'At My Peak' with Ross Chastain after Atlanta

- Josh Berry scored his fourth top-five finish in his last five starts, bringing his season total to eight on the year. His teammate Sam Mayer has eight as well, and Noah Gragson leads all drivers with nine. Race winner Austin Hill got a big win in front of the home crowd as he grew up in Winston, Georgia and was a graduate of the Thursday Thunder program at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

- The last six races in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series have produced six different winners, with none of them running full time for the championship standings. Nevertheless, Zane Smith has run his top-10 total to 13 in 15 races, with John Hunter Nemechek and Chandler Smith each posting 10 in 15 starts.

- Eight races have produced eight different faces in victory lane this season with the Southern Super Series. The latest came when Brad May defended the hometown turf at New Smyrna Speedway (FL). It was his first start in the series since 2019. Stephen Nasse was disqualified for a left-side weight violation, turning the points lead over to Bubba Pollard, with Hunter Robbins just five points behind in second after finishing eighth on Saturday.

READ MORE: Brad May Upsets Southern Super Series at New Smyrna

- Going flag-to-flag for the win, Bobby Labonte scored his fourth-straight win in SRX action as he picked up the victory at the Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee. Labonte had won a Busch Series race at Nashville back in 1996, when he came from 25th to win the 320-lap event.

READ MORE: Bobby Labonte Scores His First SRX Series Win on Saturday Night

- Austin Nason picked up his first win in the ARCA Midwest Tour since 2019 at Grundy County Speedway (IL). In a way, it was a revenge win after Nason set a fast time in the Wayne Carter Classic back in 2017.

- Gabe Brown goes-flag-to-flag to win the PASS 150 at Oxford on Sunday. The win was Brown’s first in the PASS Series after 50 starts, as well as his first at Oxford Plains despite being the Oxford Championship Series Super Late Model champion in 2018.

READ MORE: Gabe Brown Snags First Career Oxford Plains Victory

- Marcel Gravel scored his first career ACT win at Oxford Plains Speedway over Derek Gluchacki in the 125-lap contest. Prior to this season it had been several years since Gravel had run an ACT race and now he’s got a win.

- Willie Allen became the third driver to go back-to-back in the Masters of the Pros event. The now two-time winner picked up his wins at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (TN) where John Hunter Nemechek won twice at I-44 Speedway (MO) and Bubba Pollard won at Memphis Motorsports Park (TN) and Birch Run Speedway (MI) in consecutive years.

READ MORE: Willie Allen Claims Another Masters of the Pros Triumph

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