Below is a look at the NASCAR Xfinity Series Round of 12 Playoff drivers at Talladega Superspeedway

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Chase Briscoe has three starts at Talladega with one top five and one top 10 to his name. His best finish was at the fall race in 2019 in fourth. Earlier this season, he started fourth but finished 18th after leading 15 laps. He has an average start of 9.7 and an average finish of 12.7.

Austin Cindric also has three starts at the track with a best finish of fourth coming earlier this season. He has two top fives and two top 10s at the track with 11 laps led in total. He has an average start of 11.7 and an average finish of 13.0.

Noah Gragson will make his fourth start at Talladega on Saturday. He has one top five and two top 10s at the track. Earlier this season, he finished 10th and in his debut in 2018, he finished fourth. He’s led 38 laps and has an average finish of 8.3.

Justin Allgaier will make his 11th start at the track this weekend. He has three top fives and six top 10s with 78 laps led total. In his last two starts at the track, he was involved in wrecks and ended up finishing 28th. However, prior to that he had six top-10 finishes in a row from 2011 to 2018. His best finish was runner-up in 2016.

Justin Haley has only two starts at the track in the series with one win (2020) and one top 10. He led 16 laps earlier this season en route to his win and also started from the pole. He has an average finish of 4.0 and an average start of 3.0.

Saturday will be Brandon Jones’ sixth start at Talladega. He has one top five and one top 10 at the track. His best finish of second was in 2018. His average start is 11.0 and average finish is 18.2. He’s led 37 laps at the track, too. Earlier this season, he started sixth but finish 16th.

Ryan Sieg will be making his eighth start this weekend at Talladega. He has a best finish of sixth in 2018. Earlier this season, he started third but finished 30th after an on-track issue. His average start is 21.9 and average finish is 19.0.

Rookie Harrison Burton will make his second career start at Talladega on Saturday. He made his debut earlier this season and started from the 11th position but was involved in a crash that had him finishing in 32nd.

Ross Chastain has six starts at Talladega with one top five and one top 10. He’s led 32 laps and completed 93 percent of laps attempted. His best finish was runner-up earlier this season after starting ninth.

This weekend will be Michael Annett’s ninth Talladega start. He has one top 10 to his name, which came in 2017, when he finished seventh. He has an average start of 12.2 and an average finish of 21.2. Earlier this season, he started second and finished 12th.

Rookie Riley Herbst will make his second start at the track this weekend. He made his debut at Talladega earlier this season when he started 22nd and finished 37th after being involved in a wreck.

Brandon Brown has two starts to his name at Talladega. He finished 11th earlier this year after starting 15th. He has an average finish of 13th.

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