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Richmond: Nationwide results

Brad Keselowski stole victory from Brian Scott in Friday night's Virginia 529 College Savings 250, the 1000th race in the NASCAR Nationwide Series since its inception in 1982 as the NASCAR Busch Series.
Richard Childress Racing's Brian Scott led for 240 of Friday night's Virginia 529 College Savings 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race, but then had victory slip through his fingers at the penultimate restart which allowed Brad Keselowski to pass him for the lead with just ten laps remaining in the race. It gave Keselowski his 25th victory in 201 series starts and his fifth win of 2013, in what was the 1000th Nationwide race following 31 years of competition.

Scott - who had previously only led 38 laps in his entire Nationwide race career to date - had appeared uncatchable for virtually the entire race ever since he brought the field to the green flag after clinching his second pole in 134 Nationwide starts, his last being back in September 2011 at Chicago. Cautions for a spin by Robert Richardson Jr. in turn 2 on lap 15 and a debris caution on lap 67 that enabled the field to pit under yellow closed up the field, but Scott quickly pulled away again once the race went green. Matt Kenseth moved up to second place but was unable to get past the #2 for the lead even when Scott was slowed by the ned to deal with lapped traffic.

A third caution on lap 133 of the 250-lap race was triggered by a spin for Justin Allgaier in turn 3, and once more Scott won the race off pit road ahead of Kenseth, Regan Smith, Kyle Busch, Jamie McMurray and Michael Annett, while a jack problem dropped Brad Keselowski out of the top ten for the restart on lap 140 although he was quickly on the move forward again after the green flag. Drivers were able to carry out their final pit stops under the next caution on lap 172 for debris from the damaged left front of Jeff Green's car after contact with Jamie Dick, and Scott again beat Busch, Smith, Annett and McMurray off pit road with Keselowski have worked his way back to seventh for the restart on lap 180, which Kenseth get up high and lose multiple positions, dropping to eighth as he battled to keep the #18 off the wall.

Kenseth's Joe Gibbs Racing team mate Kyle Busch was handed the gauntlet but even he had nothing to topple Scott from the lead, and soon Busch himself was passed by a hard-charging Brad Keselowski. A highly convenient debris caution on lap 229 after Hal Martin found the turn 2 wall closed the field up again, and at the restart on lap 235 Kenseth ended up in the wall after contact with Austin Dillon. The next restart saw Keselowski just inch ahead of Scott before Travis Pastrana and Landon Cassill tangled to bring out another yellow, which led to a final six-lap shootout for the race win. Keselowski got a flying restart as Scott briefly fell to third behind Busch; while Scott quickly recovered second place again, there was no time left for him to stage a fightback for the lead and he had to watch as Keselowski claimed the chequered flag of the milestone Nationwide race. Afterwards, Scott headed to the hauler, displeased both by the calling of that penultimate caution that had wiped out his initial lead over Keselowski, and by the suspicion that Keselowski had jumped the final restart; however, neither the team nor the driver have any process of appeal over NASCAR's in-race adjudications and the result stood.

"Brian Scott did a tremendous job today, he has a lot to be proud of - if he keeps running like he is, he will win races," said Keselowski afterwards. "I think I just caught him off guard. The restart box is a zone and we went right at the start of it and didn't give him a second to catch up. That probably wasn't the key to the victory but it sure didn't hurt."

In the championship standings, a top six finish meant that Sam Hornish Jr. now leads the point standings by 16 points over Austin Dillon, who finished in 12th place in Richmond, while a third place finish on Friday puts Regan Smith back up a position in the title fight.

Race results

1. #22 Brad Keselowski Penske Racing 250 laps 1hrs 55mins 37secs
2. #2 Brian Scott Richard Childress Racing + 1.946s
3. #7 Regan Smith JR Motorsports + 2.209s
4. #54 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing + 3.702s
5. #6 Trevor Bayne Roush Fenway Racing + 4.034s
6. #12 Sam Hornish Jr Penske Racing + 4.296s
7. #20 Brian Vickers Joe Gibbs Racing + 4.414s
8. #11 Elliott Sadler Joe Gibbs Racing + 4.558s
9. #16 Ryan Reed Roush Fenway Racing + 5.101s
10. #5 Jamie McMurray JR Motorsports + 5.729s
11. #31 Justin Allgaier Turner Scott Motorsports + 5.995s
12. #3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 6.247s
13. #43 Michael Annett Richard Petty Motorsports + 6.407s
14. #32 Kyle Larson Turner Scott Motorsports + 6.628s
15. #99 Alex Bowman RAB Racing + 6.795s
16. #33 Ty Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 6.955s
17. #29 Kenny Wallace RAB Racing with Brack Maggard + 7.041s
18. #19 Mike Bliss TriStar Motorsports + 7.275s
19. #70 Johanna Long ML Motorsports + 7.571s
20. #60 Travis Pastrana Roush Fenway Racing + 8.162s
21. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr Turner Scott Motorsports + 9.447s
22. #14 Jeff Green TriStar Motorsports + 12.556s
23. #4 Landon Cassill JD Motorsports + 1 Laps
24. #01 Mike Wallace JD Motorsports + 2 laps
25. #55 Jamie Dick VIVA Motorsports + 2 laps
26. #51 Jeremy Clements Clements Racing + 3 laps
27. #40 Reed Sorenson The Motorsports Group + 3 laps
28. #79 Jeffrey Earnhardt Go Green Racing + 3 laps
29. #87 Joe Nemechek NEMCO Motorsports + 3 laps
30. #44 Hal Martin TriStar Motorsports + 4 laps
31. #24 Ryan Ellis SR2 Motorsports + 4 laps
32. #52 Joey Gase Means Racing + 4 laps
33. #86 Ricky Ehrgott Deware Racing Group + 5 laps
34. #23 Robert Richardson R3 Motorsports + 6 laps
35. #18 Matt Kenseth Joe Gibbs Racing + 15 laps Accident
36. #77 Parker Kligerman Kyle Busch Motorsports + 40 laps Engine
37. #37 Matt DiBenedetto Vision Racing + 194 laps Brakes
38. #42 Josh Wise The Motorsports Group + 242 laps Rear Gear
39. #10 Chase Miller TriStar Motorsports + 245 laps Vibration
40. #46 J.J. Yeley The Motorsports Group + 246 laps Engine

Qualifying times

1. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 21.717s (+ 0.000s) 124.327mph
2. #18 Matt Kenseth Toyota 21.723s (+ 0.006s) 124.292mph
3. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 21.736s (+ 0.019s) 124.218mph
4. #22 Brad Keselowski Ford 21.776s (+ 0.059s) 123.990mph
5. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 21.781s (+ 0.064s) 123.961mph
6. #99 Alex Bowman Toyota 21.830s (+ 0.113s) 123.683mph
7. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 21.857s (+ 0.140s) 123.530mph
8. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 21.876s (+ 0.159s) 123.423mph
9. #20 Brian Vickers Toyota 21.880s (+ 0.163s) 123.400mph
10. #29 Kenny Wallace Toyota 21.881s (+ 0.164s) 123.395mph
11. #43 Michael Annett Ford 21.886s (+ 0.169s) 123.367mph
12. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 21.932s (+ 0.215s) 123.108mph
13. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 21.953s (+ 0.236s) 122.990mph
14. #5 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 21.954s (+ 0.237s) 122.984mph
15. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 21.961s (+ 0.244s) 122.945mph
16. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 21.963s (+ 0.246s) 122.934mph
17. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 21.982s (+ 0.265s) 122.828mph
18. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 21.982s (+ 0.265s) 122.828mph
19. #33 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 22.049s (+ 0.332s) 122.455mph
20. #14 Jeff Green Toyota 22.071s (+ 0.354s) 122.332mph
21. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 22.128s (+ 0.411s) 122.017mph
22. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 22.136s (+ 0.419s) 121.973mph
23. #19 Mike Bliss Toyota 22.154s (+ 0.437s) 121.874mph
24. #10 Chase Miller Toyota 22.155s (+ 0.438s) 121.869mph
25. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 22.158s (+ 0.441s) 121.852mph
26. #16 Ryan Reed Ford 22.181s (+ 0.464s) 121.726mph
27. #4 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 22.189s (+ 0.472s) 121.682mph
28. #37 Matt DiBenedetto Dodge 22.228s (+ 0.511s) 121.468mph
29. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 22.254s (+ 0.537s) 121.327mph
30. #44 Hal Martin Toyota 22.293s (+ 0.576s) 121.114mph
31. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 22.332s (+ 0.615s) 120.903mph
32. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 22.370s (+ 0.653s) 120.697mph
33. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet 22.497s (+ 0.780s) 120.016mph
34. #40 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 22.541s (+ 0.824s) 119.782mph
35. #86 Richard Ehrgott Chevrolet 22.558s (+ 0.841s) 119.691mph
36. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 22.653s (+ 0.936s) 119.190mph
37. #52 Joey Gase Chevrolet 22.663s (+ 0.946s) 119.137mph
38. #79 Jeffrey Earnhardt Ford 22.669s (+ 0.952s) 119.105mph
39. #46 JJ Yeley Chevrolet 22.676s (+ 0.959s) 119.069mph
40. #23 Robert Richardson Jr. Chevrolet 23.013s (+ 1.296s) 117.325mph

Did Not Qualify

#50 Danny Efland Chevrolet 22.729s (+ 1.012s) 118.791mph
#74 Carl Long Dodge 22.836s (+ 1.119s) 118.234mph
#89 Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 22.837s (+ 1.120s) 118.229mph
#73 Derrike Cope Chevrolet 23.000s (+ 1.283s) 117.391mph
#00 Brett Butler Toyota 23.281s (+ 1.564s) 115.974mph

Practice 1 times (2.5-hour session)

1. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 21.636s (Leader) 124.792mph (57 laps)
2. #29 Kenny Wallace Toyota 21.754s (-0.118s) 124.115mph (59 laps)
3. #18 Matt Kenseth Toyota 21.844s (-0.208s) 123.604mph (41 laps)
4. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 21.858s (-0.222s) 123.525mph (92 laps)
5. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 21.918s (-0.282s) 123.186mph (57 laps)
6. #22 Brad Keselowski Ford 21.919s (-0.283s) 123.181mph (35 laps)
7. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 21.920s (-0.284s) 123.175mph (71 laps)
8. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 21.920s (-0.284s) 123.175mph (89 laps)
9. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 21.931s (-0.295s) 123.113mph (62 laps)
10. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 21.961s (-0.325s) 122.945mph (65 laps)
11. #99 Alex Bowman Toyota 21.981s (-0.345s) 122.833mph (61 laps)
12. #5 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 21.998s (-0.362s) 122.738mph (67 laps)
13. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 21.998s (-0.362s) 122.738mph (74 laps)
14. #20 Brian Vickers Toyota 22.027s (-0.391s) 122.577mph (58 laps)
15. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 22.048s (-0.412s) 122.460mph (83 laps)
16. #19 Mike Bliss Toyota 22.059s (-0.423s) 122.399mph (58 laps)
17. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 22.086s (-0.450s) 122.249mph (47 laps)
18. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 22.086s (-0.450s) 122.249mph (55 laps)
19. #43 Michael Annett Ford 22.086s (-0.450s) 122.249mph (53 laps)
20. #4 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 22.095s (-0.459s) 122.200mph (56 laps)
21. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 22.099s (-0.463s) 122.177mph (56 laps)
22. #33 Ty Dillon Chevrolet 22.101s (-0.465s) 122.166mph (39 laps)
23. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 22.150s (-0.514s) 121.896mph (10 laps)
24. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 22.208s (-0.572s) 121.578mph (66 laps)
25. #16 Ryan Reed Ford 22.244s (-0.608s) 121.381mph (63 laps)
26. #14 Jeff Green Toyota 22.287s (-0.651s) 121.147mph (64 laps)
27. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 22.334s (-0.698s) 120.892mph (61 laps)
28. #40 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 22.360s (-0.724s) 120.751mph (44 laps)
29. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 22.421s (-0.785s) 120.423mph (54 laps)
30. #44 Hal Martin Toyota 22.425s (-0.789s) 120.401mph (56 laps)
31. #37 Matt DiBenedetto Dodge 22.464s (-0.828s) 120.192mph (24 laps)
32. #79 Jeffrey Earnhardt Ford 22.487s (-0.851s) 120.069mph (50 laps)
33. #51 Jeremy Clements Chev 22.499s (-0.863s) 120.005mph (46 laps)
34. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 22.668s (-1.032s) 119.111mph (70 laps)
35. #10 Chase Miller Toyota 22.716s (-1.080s) 118.859mph (11 laps)
36. #86 Richard Ehrgott Chevrolet 22.762s (-1.126s) 118.619mph (45 laps)
37. #52 Joey Gase Chevrolet 22.770s (-1.134s) 118.577mph (46 laps)
38. #00 Brett Butler Toyota 22.862s (-1.226s) 118.100mph (49 laps)
39. #23 Robert Richardson Jr. Chevrolet 22.870s (-1.234s) 118.059mph (45 laps)
40. #46 JJ Yeley Chevrolet 22.947s (-1.311s) 117.662mph (10 laps)
41. #73 Derrike Cope Chevrolet 22.965s (-1.329s) 117.570mph (36 laps)
42. #89 Morgan Shepherd Chevrolet 23.041s (-1.405s) 117.182mph (14 laps)
43. #42 Josh Wise Chevrolet 23.049s (-1.413s) 117.142mph (8 laps)
44. #50 Danny Efland Chevrolet 23.105s (-1.469s) 116.858mph (24 laps)
45. #74 Carl Long Dodge 23.259s (-1.623s) 116.084mph (31 laps)

Nationwide Series championship standings

1. (--) Sam Hornish Jr. 880pts
2. (--) Austin Dillon 864pts (-16pts)
3. (+1) Regan Smith 854pts (-26pts)
4. (-1) Elliott Sadler 852pts (-28pts)
5. (--) Justin Allgaier 828pts (-52pts)
6. (--) Brian Vickers 827pts (-53pts)
7. (--) Brian Scott 819pts (-61pts)
8. (--) Trevor Bayne 810pts (-70pts)
9. (--) Kyle Larson # 799pts (-81pts)
10. (--) Parker Kligerman 732pts (-148pts)
11. (--) Alex Bowman # 667pts (-213pts)
12. (--) Nelson Piquet Jr. 658pts (-222pts)
13. (--) Mike Bliss 625pts (-255pts)
14. (--) Travis Pastrana 590pts (-290pts)
15. (--) Reed Sorenson 483pts (-397pts)
16. (--) Jeremy Clements 482pts (-398pts)
17. (--) Mike Wallace 458pts (-422pts)
18. (--) Michael Annett 453pts (-427pts)
19. (--) Eric McClure 380pts (-500pts)
20. (--) Joe Nemechek 374pts (-506pts)
21. (--) Cole Whitt 303pts (-577pts)
22. (--) Johanna Long 291pts (-589pts)
23. (--) Jeffrey Earnhardt # 282pts (-598pts)
24. (--) Blake Koch 264pts (-616pts)
25. (+3) Landon Cassill 247pts (-633pts)
26. (-1) Dexter Stacey 240pts (-640pts)
27. (-1) Kevin Swindell 238pts (-642pts)
28. (-1) Brad Sweet 234pts (-646pts)
29. (--) Jamie Dick 211pts (-669pts)
30. (+1) Jeff Green 204pts (-676pts)
31. (-1) Josh Wise 190pts (-690pts)
32. (--) Robert Richardson 189pts (-691pts)
33. (+2) Hal Martin # 177pts (-703pts)
34. (--) Joey Gase 176pts (-704pts)
35. (-2) Chris Buescher 170pts (-710pts)
36. (--) Jason White 138pts (-742pts)
37. (+4) Kenny Wallace 128pts (-752pts)
38. (-1) Juan Carlos Blum 125pts (-755pts)
39. (-1) Kyle Fowler 119pts (-761pts)
40. (-1) Mike Harmon 106pts (-774pts)
41. (-1) Kevin Lepage 105pts (-775pts)
42. (--) Ken Butler 82pts (-798pts)
43. (--) Max Papis 81pts (-799pts)
44. (+13) Ryan Reed 81pts (-799pts)
45. (-1) Drew Herring 80pts (-800pts)
46. (-1) Daryl Harr 78pts (-802pts)
47. (-1) Tony Raines 76pts (-804pts)
48. (-1) Carl Long 75pts (-805pts)
49. (-1) Danny Efland 73pts (-807pts)
50. (-1) Harrison Rhodes 66pts (-814pts)
51. (-1) Owen Kelly 62pts (-818pts)
52. (-1) Billy Johnson 59pts (-821pts)
53. (-1) Kenny Habul 54pts (-826pts)
54. (-1) Scott Lagasse Jr. 52pts (-828pts)
55. (-1) Stanton Barrett 51pts (-829pts)
56. (-1) Kyle Kelley 50pts (-830pts)
57. (-1) Morgan Shepherd 47pts (-833pts)
58. (--) Chase Miller 41pts (-839pts)
59. (--) Ryan Gifford 35pts (-845pts)
60. (--) Johnny O'connell 32pts (-848pts)
61. (--) Kevin O'connell 32pts (-848pts)
62. (--) Tanner Berryhill 30pts (-850pts)
63. (--) Anthony Gandon 28pts (-852pts)
64. (--) Bobby Gerhart 28pts (-852pts)
65. (--) T J Bell Jr. 28pts (-852pts)
66. (--) Derek White 27pts (-853pts)
67. (--) Brad Teague 27pts (-853pts)
68. (--) Donnie Neuenberger 25pts (-855pts)
69. (--) Matt DiBenedetto 23pts (-857pts)
70. (--) Ryan Preece 20pts (-860pts)
71. (--) Steve Wallace 19pts (-861pts)
72. (+10) Ryan Ellis 19pts (-861pts)
73. (-1) Brett Butler 19pts (-861pts)
74. (-1) Andrew Ranger 18pts (-862pts)
75. (-1) John Young 16pts (-864pts)
76. (-1) Richard Harriman 15pts (-865pts)
77. (-1) Tim Andrews 14pts (-866pts)
78. (-1) Travis Sauter 14pts (-866pts)
79. (-1) Tim Schendel 11pts (-869pts)
80. (-1) Paulie Harraka 9pts (-871pts)
81. (-1) Alx Danielsson 7pts (-873pts)
82. (-1) David Green 6pts (-874pts)
83. (--) Jason Bowles 5pts (-875pts)
84. (--) Derrike Cope 5pts (-875pts)

# = Nationwide series rookie
Only drivers registered for points in this series are shown in the standings.



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