2019 ROXOR 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

The race for the playoffs is on in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. New Hampshire hosts round 18 of the season. See the early picks for this weekend's race.

The Xfinity Series is back for a fourth consecutive weekend of action this Saturday.

The series makes its yearly stop at New Hampshire.

Only one driver on the grid has won at the Magic Mile in the Xfinity Series.

This will be the first race at a short track since Iowa in mid June.

How to Watch

What: ROXOR 200

Where: New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH

When: Saturday, July 20th at 3:00 PM EST

How: NBC Sports (TV) | Performance Racing Network (Web radio) | NBC Sports App

Favorites to Win the 2019 ROXOR 200

Christopher Bell

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As it's been the case for most races this season, the top 3 in the points are the early favorites.

Christopher Bell is the safest pick this time around.

The Joe Gibbs driver arrives at New Hampshire as the defending race winner.

Bell has a great career record at the Magic Mile.

The sophomore driver has two wins and one second place in three starts at the track.

Bell scored a win and a runner-up finish in the Truck Series.

The Joe Gibbs driver is second in wins this season with four.

Bell is second in the standings, having also scored ten top 5 and 11 top 10 finishes in 17 races.

He scored a second place last weekend at Kentucky after winning both stages.

Cole Custer

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Cole Custer has two career wins at New Hampshire.

The first one came in the K&N East Series back in 2013.

The following year, Custer's first win at the national level came at the track, in the Truck Series.

The Stewart-Haas Racing driver has made two starts at the Magic Mile in the Xfinity Series, with two ninth places.

Custer is leads all drivers with five wins this season after scoring another victory at Kentucky.

He is third in the points standings with ten top 5 and 11 top 10 finishes.

Tyler Reddick

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Unlike his closest rivals, Tyler Reddick does not have a particularly great history at New Hampshire.

The reigning Xfinity Series champion only has one top 5 and two top 10 finishes in four starts.

Reddick finished outside the top 20 in his only Xfinity start at the Magic Mile.

In the Truck Series, the Richard Childress driver had a fourth place as his best result.

The points leader is in great form this season.

Despite a recent drop in three of the last four races, his 2019 has been great.

Reddick has three wins and a series best in top 5 finishes with 12 along with 14 top 10 results.

Outside Picks for the 2019 ROXOR 200

Justin Allgaier

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Justin Allgaier has seven starts at New Hampshire in the Xfinity Series, the most among the top runners.

He only has one finish outside the top 15 at Loudon in the series.

While his record is solid, it doesn't really stand out.

The JR Motorsports driver has never finished inside the top 5 at the track.

He has four top 10 finishes, with two seventh places as his best results.

One year after scoring a career-high five wins, Allgaier has yet to visit victory lane in 2019.

The Xfinity veteran is fifth in points, having scored seven top 5 and nine top 10 finishes.

John Hunter Nemecheck

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John Hunter Nemechek is another driver with a good record at New Hampshire.

The Xfinity Series rookie had two top 5 and three top 10 finishes in four Truck Series starts at the Magic Mile.

Nemechek finished fourth at Loudon last year in his only Xfinity Series start at the track.

The GMS Racing driver is seventh in points, having scored two top 5 and 11 top 10 finishes.

Harrison Burton

An interesting choice for this weekend would be Harrison Burton.

The Truck Series regular will be making his third career start in the Xfinity Series.

Burton impressed in his two outings with Joe Gibbs Racing.

The youngster finished tenth at Bristol and an even more impressive fourth at Iowa.

Despite having never won at the track, Burton has a good record at New Hampshire.

He scored a seventh, a fourth and a best finish of second in three K&N starts at the Magic Mile.

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