Xfinity race coverage moved to FS2

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) - Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity race has started after a delay of around three hours at Michigan International Speedway. Because of the delay, coverage of the race will now be on FS2 instead of FOX 5 Atlanta. Fans who don't have FS2 may subscribe to the FOXSportsGo app and watch the race on their mobile device or desktop.

Qualifying earlier in the day was canceled because of the weather. Kyle Busch started the race at the front based on owner points.

Busch won his first Xfinity race of the season last weekend at Pocono.

Points leader Elliott Sadler started third.

Busch won the pole at last year's Xfinity race at Michigan, but Denny Hamlin won the race in a tight finish over William Byron.


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