DOVER, Del. -- Daniel Suarez jumped out of his car and sprinted down the front stretch to grab the checkered flag and take an untraditional victory lap on the track.I had to run a little bit. Thats fine, he said, laughing. When you win, you can run a little bit.Suarez cruised into the second round of the Chase in the Xfinity Series with a win Sunday at Dover International Speedway.He won his second career Xfinity race a day after rain washed out the race and forced a rare NASCAR doubleheader. NASCAR ran its first Xfinity-Cup doubleheader since April 25, 2010, at Talladega Superspeedway.Suarez became the first Mexican-born driver to win a NASCAR national race in June at Michigan. He became a part of NASCAR in 2011 and was involved in its Drive for Diversity and Next programs.Team owner Joe Gibbs has been a stout supporter of NASCARs diversity programs.From a diversity standpoint and all he represents there from a Hispanic standpoint too, I think its huge for our sport, he said. Hes the perfect representative. Hes funny, hes got a good sense of humor and I think he really, really appreciates where he is.Suarez said he was proud to learn in Victory Lane that he won during National Hispanic Heritage Month. He said he won for all of his fans across North America.Having all of the support that I have had from Mexico and from here in the U.S. and all of Latin America has been super special, he said. I really feel lucky to be in this position and to be able to represent all of them.Suarez led 123 of 200 laps in the No. 19 Toyota and joined Elliott Sadler in the second round of the Chase.Ryan Ellis was taken to a local hospital for observation after his car was hit hard in a crash during the race. Ellis, who has had concussions in the past, had a CAT scan and was released from the hospital a few hours after getting checked out.Ty Dillon was second, followed by Justin Allgaier, Ryan Blaney and Alex Bowman.With three top NASCAR Cup stars sitting out, the top five was filled with Xfinity regulars. Austin Dillon, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano all had replacement drivers in the Xfinity race to focus on the Cup race scheduled for Sunday afternoon. Regan Smith finished 13th driving for Dillon; Drew Herring was 21st subbing for Busch; and Blaney filled in for Logano.Busch has eight Xfinity wins, Dillon has two and Logano has one this season.Allgaier said that even if the three stars raced, Suarez was still the driver to beat.I dont know that anybody was going to beat him today, Allgaier said. I think it was smart for the Cup guys to sit out. I think two races in one day would have been a strain, mentally.Ty Dillon, Ryan Sieg and Brandon Jones are in danger of being eliminated from the Chase next week at Charlotte Motor Speedway. So is Erik Jones, one of the top rising stars in the sport who entered the Chase as the top speed. Jones finished 16th and was 28th last week.Its pretty embarrassing not to even be in the Chase right now for the next round, Jones said. Its just unfortunate; its just something that I never would have seen it coming.ESPNs Bob Pockrass and The Associated Press contributed to this report. Brett Favre Super Bowl Jersey . The Browns coaching search remains incomplete. Packers Super Bowl Jerseys .7 million, one-year contract, a raise of $2.2 million. Wieters had asked for $8.75 million and the Orioles had offered $6. http://www.packersonlineteamstore.com/adrian-amos-jersey.html .875,000, avoiding arbitration. 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As it turrned out, he saved me in a big way.ddddddddddddAt the hospital, they immediately put me on three hours of the strongest antibiotic IVs. I went straight from the hospital to the team plane and we flew to Jacksonville.Once we landed, there were two more hours of antibiotics that night and two more the next morning before the game. The medicine had completely drained me, but I played -- and we won.Watt, who was cleared Monday to take the next step in his rehab from back surgery in September, was at NRG Stadium on Tuesday, coach?Bill OBrien said.Hell be back in 2017, OBrien said of Watt, who was put on injured reserve prior to Week 4 and is eligible to return to the team this week. Hes back in the building today. Hes in good spirits, and working hard to be better than ever in 2017.ESPN Staff Writer Sarah Barshop contributed to this report. ' ' '