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NASCAR Xfinity Series at Fontana

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NASCAR Xfinity Series at Fontana

Auto Club 300
Venue Auto Club Speedway
Sponsor Automobile Club of Southern California
First race 1997
Distance 300 miles (482.803 km)
Laps 150
Previous names Kenwood Home & Car Audio 300 (1997–1998)
Auto Club 300 (1999–2002) 300 (2003)
Stater Brothers 300 Presented by Gatorade (2004)
Stater Brothers 300 (2005-2010)
Royal Purple 300 (2011-2013) 300 (2014) 300 (2015)

The NASCAR Xfinity Series has held a 300 miles (480 km) stock car race at Auto Club Speedway (most recently known as the Auto Club 300 for sponsorship reasons) in Fontana, California since 1997. It is held in late March as the fifth event of the schedule, and as a support event for the Sprint Cup Series' Auto Club 400 (although in 2008 it was held after the Cup series race due to a rain delay). It was previously ran in October and late April or early May. Kevin Harvick is the defending winner of the event, after winning it in 2015.

Past winners

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