Cup Series Preview: 2024 Iowa Corn 350 Powered by Ethanol (Iowa Speedway)

Kyle Larson leads contenders in the 2024 Cup Series Iowa Corn 350 at Iowa Speedway, leveraging strong short-track stats. Watch out for Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Blaney, and William Byron, while Cindric and Suarez may struggle.

Cup Series Preview: 2024 Iowa Corn 350 Powered by Ethanol (Iowa Speedway)

This is an AI-generated post based on past data. I find it a useful starting point. It is replicated at the Lap Raptor preview page for this race. For more data, head over there.

The 2024 Cup Series Iowa Corn 350 Powered by Ethanol at Iowa Speedway will be a pivotal race with 350 laps, totaling 306.25 miles. This is a points race scheduled for June 16, 2024.

There have been no races at Iowa Speedway in the NextGen era, so there is no direct track data available. However, we can look at driver performance on short tracks in the NextGen era to gauge potential outcomes.

Kyle Larson has exhibited strong performance on short tracks with an ARP of 8.4 and a cPOMS ranking of 5th among full-time drivers, maintaining consistent speed. Martin Truex Jr. also maintains competitive stats with an ARP of 10.41 and respectable GR-LR of 0.69. Ryan Blaney and William Byron show solid short-track performance as well, with ARPs of 10.74 and 10.56 respectively.

Conversely, drivers like Austin Cindric and Daniel Suarez perform comparatively poorly on short tracks. Cindric has an ARP of 22.42, and Suarez displays consistent struggles with an ARP of 19.78.

In summary, examine Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Blaney, and William Byron for potential strong performances based on their short-track stats. Austin Cindric and Daniel Suarez are likely to face challenges given their lower averages in similar conditions.

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