The NASCAR Xfinity Series returns from a two-week hiatus to hit Nashville Superspeedway for the second consecutive season.
Forty-one cars are entered for 38 spots, which means qualifying will send three drivers home.
Ryan Preece is back in the No. 5 United Rentals Ford for BJ McLeod Motorsports. Preece will attempt to make his third start of the season.
Joe Gibbs Racing puts Trevor Bayne back in the seat of the No. 18 Devotion Nutrition Toyota in Bayne’s fifth appearance of the season.
Parker Retzlaff trades in No. 38 for No. 28 in his fifth attempt of 2022.
Kyle Weatherman will attempt to qualify the No. 34 Chevrolet for Jesse Iwuji Motorsports. Weatherman will look to make his 11th start of the year.
Kyle Sieg will attempt to make his first start since Darlington Raceway in May. Sieg will pilot the No. 38 Night Owl Ford.
After winning in his last appearance at Texas Motor Speedway, NASCAR Cup Series driver Tyler Reddick will look to imitate that with Big Machine Racing in the No. 48 Big Machine Racing Lady A Chevrolet.
Natalie Decker seeks to make her seventh career NXS start and second of the season for MBM Motorsports. Decker will climb behind the wheel of the No. 66 Toyota.
Dillon Bassett gives it a third attempt to make his debut on the 2022 campaign in the No. 77 Jerry Hunt Honest Amish Chevrolet. Bassett failed to qualify in his two attempts this season.
Drivers are set to take the green flag on Saturday, June 25 at 3:30 p.m. ET on the USA Network.
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