Saturday showstoppers

Shelby Foster and Katie Linkner

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  • Pit crew member changes a tire on the No. 18 Snickers Creamy Toyota driven by Kyle Busch. Busch wrecked on lap 13 of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series final practice.

  • Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 14 Haas Automation Ford, is interviewed by Jamie Little from FOX Sports. Bowyer led the final practice session for the MENCS with a top speed of 179.104 mph and the best time of 30.954 seconds.

  • Pit crew member of the No. 14 Haas Automation Ford driven by Clint Bowyer tests the wear on the tires during the final practice for Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. Last paved in 1997, the rough Atlanta track surface takes a toll on tires.

  • During the final practice for the Cup Series, Austin Dillon watches as his team makes adjustments on his No. 3 Dow Chevrolet. Dillon finished third in practice with a lap time of 31.022 seconds, .068 seconds behind leader Clint Bowyer.

  • No. 1 Michael Annett races in a pack with No. 8 Ryan Preece and No. 7 Justin Allgaier during the Stage 1 of the NASCAR Xfinity Series race. Allgaier finished third, Preece finished 9th, and Annett finished 12th.

  • Christopher Bell, driver of the No. 20 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing sponsored by Rheem, celebrates his win in the Rinnai 250. Bell ended in first during all three stages of the race and led a total of 142 laps. This was Bell’s 9th career victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

  • Pit crew member of the No. 0 Chevrolet for JD Motorsports driven by Garrett Smithley fills the car with gas. Smithley finished 17th after starting 22nd in the Rinnai 250.

  • Bell calls him mom after his Rinnai 250 victory. Of his nine career wins, this is Bell’s first at Atlanta.

  • Natalie Decker, driver of the No. 54 Toyota for DGR-Crosley sponsored by N29 Technologies LLC, spins out during Stage 3 of the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Decker finished 24th in her first race at the 1.54-mile track.

  • Pit crew member changes a tire on the No. 13 Ford for ThorSport Racing driven by Johnny Sauter. Sauter led nine laps en route to finishing second in the Ultimate Tailgating 200.

  • Pit crew member for No. 99 Carolina Nut Ford driven by Ben Rhodes awaits the end of Stage 2. Rhodes led 20 consecutive laps in Stage 2 and finished second in this stage, but sixth overall.

  • Kyle Busch, winner of the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Ultimate Tailgating 200, does a burnout after the end of the race. Busch led a total of 92 and finished first in all three stages.

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