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Results, Xfinity points after Coca-Cola Firecracker 250

Elliott Sadler was unhappy he was unable to spot Justin Haley's final push, which slowed him down enough for another second-place finish at Daytona.

Kyle Larson was ruled the winner of a photo finish between him and Elliott Sadler in Friday’s Xfinity race at Daytona after Justin Haley’s three-wide pass coming to the finish line was declared illegal.

The win is Larson’s third in four starts this season.

Sadler has placed second in the last three Daytona races.

The top five was completed by Christopher Bell, Ryan Blaney and Kaz Grala.

After his illegal pass, Haley was credited with an 18th-place finish.

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After his 10th top five of the season, Elliott Sadler has 12-point lead over Daniel Hemric through 16 races.

The top five is completed by Cole Custer (-26 points), Christopher Bell (-35) and Justin Allgaier (-54).

Click here for the full standings.