NASCAR heads to the Charlotte Motor Speedway road course this weekend to wrap up the first round of the Xfinity Series playoffs. The Drive For The Cure 250 kicks off at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday and airs on NBC.

Current playoff leader Austin Cindric will be in pole position when the green flag drops on Saturday. Justin Allgaier will join him in the front row. The starting lineup was determined using a performance measurement formula that takes into account the driver’s and owner’s results from the last race and over the season. NASCAR implemented this due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The only remaining Xfinity Series race with qualifying is the championship round in November.

Cindric is favorite to win the race at DraftKings Sportsbook, installed at +220. AJ Allmendinger starts 14th but is right behind him with the second best odds at +230. Allmendinger is the two-time defending champion in this race, so his odds aren’t all that surprising.

Here is the complete lineup of Drive For The Cure 250 for Saturday 2021.

The 2021 Drive For The Cure 250 starter program

Pos. Driver Auto #
Pos. Driver Auto #
1 Austin Cindric 22
2 Justin allgaier 7
3 Daniel Hemric 18
4 Josh berry 1
5 Justin haley 11
6 Brandon jones 19
7 Jeb burton ten
8 Harrison burton 20
9 Riley herbst 98
ten Noah Gragson 9
11 Jeremy Clement 51
12 Ty gibbs 54
13 Myatt snider 2
14 AJ Allmendinger 16
15 Sam mayer 8
16 Brandon Brown 68
17 Josh williams 92
18 Ryan sieg 39
19 Jade buford 48
20 Alex Labbé 36
21 Tommy Joe Martins 44
22 Brett Moffitt 2
23 JJ Yeley 99
24 Kyle weatherman 47
25 Ty dillon 23
26 Matt Mills 5
27 Ryan vargas 6
28 Sage Karam 31
29 Will rodgers 26
30 Joe Graf, Jr. 17
31 Josh bilicki 7
32 Jeffrey Earnhardt 0
33 Spencer boyd 52
34 Loris Hezemans 66
35 Landon Cassill 4
36 Stefan Parsons 78
37 Preston Pardus 90
38 Kris wright 15
39 Gaulding gray 74
40 Austin Hill 61
41 Timmy hill 13


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