Xfinity Series playoff race at Charlotte Roval red-flagged due to weather

NASCAR showed the red flag for the Xfinity series at Charlotte Motor Speedway due to bad weather.
The Drive for the Cure 250 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield from North Carolina on Saturday was driven on Charlotte's street circuit in the rain on rainy tires. But conditions worsened and caused the red after 30 of the 67 laps were completed. NASCAR took time to get rid of stagnant water on the track. The race turned yellow again after a delay of 38 minutes and 22 seconds.
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Riley Herbst was leading in his Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota at the break, followed by Josh Williams in the DGM Racing No. 92 Chevrolet. AJ Allmendinger - last year's Charlotte Roval winner - then finished third in Kaulig Racing's No. 16 Chevy.
This is a post-season elimination race. Chase Briscoe and Justin Haley are locked into the round of 16 thanks to their winners in previous races of this round. Noah Gragson took a place at the end of the first stage based on points. This gives the nine playoff drivers five places.
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Ross Chastain, Harrison Burton, Brandon Brown and Michael Annett are currently below the limit at the time of the red flag.

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