Nemechek encountered an early accident during the first stage, which involved his JGR teammates Sammy Smith and Ty Gibbs. However, he managed to recover and regain the lead, ultimately winning the second stage.
Towards the end of the race, Nemechek seemed to be on track for victory. However, a wreck caused a caution, leading to a restart with only seven laps remaining out of the total 125.
Nemechek swiftly took the lead and secured his fifth victory of the season, leading the series. He finished 1.495 seconds ahead of Josh Berry.
“I appreciate this group of No. 20 and am thankful to Joe Gibbs Racing for giving me this chance,” Nemechek expressed. “I need to apologize to Ty. Lately, I have been quite outspoken about teammates.”
“I made a mistake by putting him in a difficult situation, causing him to lose control and not being able to slow down. I regret that we both spun out early, but fortunately, we were able to recover fairly well. I understand that he is upset with me, and he has every reason to feel that way.”
Brandon Jones ended up third, Gibbs was fourth and Sam Mayer rounded out the top five.
Riley Herbst, Ross Chastain, Parker Kligerman, Parker Retzlaff, and Jeb Burton rounded out the top-10 positions.
Justin Allgaier led all 30 laps and cruised top the Stage 1 win by 3.4 seconds over Berry. Cole Custer was third, Chandler Smith fourth and Herbst was fifth.
All three JGR cars were involved in an accident on Lap 11 that knocked Sammy Smith and Carson Hocevar out of contention for the race win.
Nemechek overtook Gibbs with only five laps left and managed to stay ahead of Allgaier to secure the victory in Stage 2. Gibbs finished in third place, followed by Herbst in fourth and Hill in fifth.
After being in a collision during Stage 1, Nemechek was one of the few cars that chose to remain on the track during the stage break in order to improve their position.
After Stage 2, when there was a break before Stage 3, Nemechek was the first to leave the pit road among the cars that were on the same lap. Unfortunately, Allgaier got turned around on the pit road when Gibbs accidentally hit him.
When lap 67 began, Nemechek was in the lead, with Herbst and Hill following closely behind. Allgaier made another pit stop prior to the restart in order to refuel.
Teams began the last round of green flag pit stops with approximately 30 laps left. They refueled and replaced their tires in order to complete the race.
Allgaier received a penalty during his pit stop for having a crew member cross the wall prematurely. As a result, he had to serve a drive-through penalty, causing him to fall back to the rear of the field. After all the pit stops were finished, Nemchek regained the lead.
Patrick Emerling crashed into the wall at Turn 3 towards the end of the race, resulting in a caution and causing several competitors, such as Allgaier and Custer, to head to the pit road for fresh tires.
Nemechek maintained his position at the front after the race restarted, with only seven laps left.
Jones and Berry collided with four laps remaining while competing for second place.