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Andy Lally set for Xfinity road course races at Road America, Daytona

What was supposed to be Kyle Busch‘s 98th career NASCAR Xfinity Series win is stripped from the Joe Gibbs Racing driver after his car fails post-race inspection and the victory is subsequently awarded to Austin Cindric.

Andy Lally, the 2011 Cup Series rookie of the year, announced Wednesday on Twitter he’ll compete in the Xfinity Series races at Road America (Aug. 8) and the Daytona road course (Aug. 15).

He’s the first road course specialist to announce he’ll compete in either race.

Lally will drive Our Motorsports’ No. 02 Chevrolet. He’ll be the fourth driver to pilot the car this season for the first-year team, joining Truck Series driver Brett Moffitt (14 starts), Jairo Avila, Jr. (one start) and Patrick Emerling (one start).

Lally, a four-time winner of the 24 Hours at Daytona, last competed in NASCAR in 2018 when he drove in the Xfinity races at Mid-Ohio, Road America and the Charlotte Roval.

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