The Xfinity Series is nearing the end of its regular season, and the first of the final two races comes at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Indiana 250 on Saturday, Sept. 7.
38 cars are entered for the race, which means all will qualify, barring any entry list changes.
A pair of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers will pull double duty at the Brickyard this weekend. Austin Dillon will drive the No. 10 car for Kaulig Racing, while Kyle Busch will pilot the No. 18 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Austin Hill is entered in the No. 61 car for Motorsports Business Management and Hattori Racing Enterprises, attempting to qualify for what would be his first Xfinity start. Tommy Joe Martins in the No. 66 and Joey Gase in the No. 35 join Chad Finchum (No. 13) in the organization.
Two drivers are still yet to be announced: the No. 17 Chevrolet of Rick Ware Racing, and the No. 74 car of Mike Harmon Racing.
The Indiana 250 is set to go green on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 4 p.m. ET. Television coverage will be provided by NBC Sports Network.
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