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Production Alliance Group 300 postponed to Sunday evening

The NASCAR Xfinity Series cars sit on the Auto Club Speedway pit lane, awaiting the start of the Production Alliance Group 300, Feb. 25, 2023. Photo: Jonathan Fjeld/TRE

FONTANA, CALI. — For only the second time in the track’s 27-year history, the NASCAR Xfinity Series race has been postponed from its scheduled date.

The Production Alliance Group 300 will be run at around 8 p.m. ET, after the NASCAR Cup Series Pala Casino 400 concludes. The 300-mile race will be shown on FS2 and heard on the Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

If you’re going, your Pala Casino 400 ticket will be good for the Production Alliance Group 300.

The last time an Xfinity race at ACS was postponed to a different day was February 2008. Back then, the Friday Truck, Saturday Xfinity and Sunday Cup races were postponed to Saturday afternoon and Monday, respectively.

When the Production Alliance Group 300 gets pacing again Sunday evening, Daytona winner Austin Hill will start on the pole.

Defending race winner Cole Custer will start eighth.


  1. Austin Hill
  2. John Hunter Nemechek
  3. Justin Allgaier
  4. Parker Retzlaff
  5. Chandler Smith
  6. Riley Herbst
  7. Jeb Burton
  8. Cole Custer
  9. Josh Williams
  10. Brandon Jones
  11. Jeremy Clements
  12. Gray Gaulding
  13. Sammy Smith
  14. Joe Graf Jr.
  15. Austin Dillon
  16. Ryan Sieg
  17. Anthony Alfredo
  18. Kyle Sieg
  19. Josh Berry
  20. Rajah Caruth
  21. David Starr
  22. Sam Mayer
  23. Parker Kligerman
  24. Tyler Reddick
  25. Brett Moffitt
  26. Jeffrey Earnhardt
  27. CJ McLaughlin
  28. Alex Labbe
  29. Kaz Grala
  30. Brennan Poole
  31. Sheldon Creed
  32. Ryan Ellis
  33. Blaine Perkins
  34. Joey Gase
  35. Daniel Hemric
  36. Bayley Currey
  37. Timmy Hill
  38. Ross Chastain

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