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NASCAR Xfinity Series at Kentucky 2015 Results: Winner, Standings and Reaction

Ryan Blaney is nowhere close to the top of the NASCAR Xfinity Series standings, but he was relentless in his pursuit of a win Saturday night. Blaney outdueled Ty Dillon to earn his second win of the season at the 300 in Kentucky. The NASCAR Xfinity Series congratulated him on his victory: Blaney led 81 of the race's 201 laps, but Dillon and others made sure he would have to work for his win. A restart with six laps to go gave Dillon a chance to race to the front, but Blaney would not give up. He stayed in third and eventually overtook Dillon and Regan Smith to earn the victory. Here's a look at the top 10 of Saturday night's race: Blaney earned everything he got Saturday, but he might have gotten some help from a dete...

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