Christopher Bell earned a victory in Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series U.S. Cellular 250 presented by The Rasmussen Group at Iowa Speedway, becoming the first Xfinity regular since Dale Earnhardt Jr.in 1999 to collect three consecutive race wins.
Coming off victories in Kentucky and New Hampshire, Bell led 94 of 257 laps.
Bell won on the second overtime restart after losing the lead to Justin Allgaier.
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It will mark Shepherd's first time back to Iowa Speedway since 2006 when he ran the USAC Silver Crown Series event for Carl Edwards/RE Technologies Racing, finishing 3rd. Bell was aggressive once the green flag waved, harassing Allgaier's No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet through Turns 1 and 2. The spinning No. 60 Ford of Chase Briscoe almost took out Bell's vehicle, which somehow remained largely unscathed and was able to maintain control of the ensuing two restarts as the leader.
"When it's your day, it's your day", Bell told NBCSN in Victory Lane after the battle with Allgaier. He has made this whole process seamless and I can't wait to get in the auto for Friday's practice. Kyle Benjamin (third) scored his second top-10 finish in three races at Iowa.
Bell was cruising toward the win when the caution flew with 15 laps remaining for a spin by Chase Briscoe directly in front of the leader off Turn 4. Bell's No. 20 Toyota made slight contact with Briscoe's No. 60 Ford. He retook control in Joe Gibbs Racing's No. 20 auto, going low to beat Justin Allgaier -the victor of the June race at Iowa. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver lost the lead to Bell with three laps to go after having trouble maneuvering past a lapped vehicle, allowing Bell to take over the top spot and win the stage.