Cup Series Recap: 2019 Camping World 400 (Chicagoland Speedway)

Alex Bowman wins his first race starting from 8th. Kyle Larson and Joey Logano make significant gains to finish 2nd and 3rd. Jimmie Johnson secures 4th, with Brad Keselowski in 5th after strong performance.

Cup Series Recap: 2019 Camping World 400 (Chicagoland Speedway)

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Alex Bowman secured his first victory after starting in the 8th position, finishing 1st. His net rating stood at 0.00, indicating stable performance throughout the race. Kyle Larson made considerable gains, finishing 2nd after starting 14th, also with a net rating of 0.00. Joey Logano climbed from 19th to finish 3rd, another notable climb with a net rating of 0.00, marking a fruitful performance.

Jimmie Johnson held his ground finishing 4th after starting in the 4th position. Brad Keselowski also showed consistency by finishing 5th from his starting spot at 12th. Among the significant moves, Erik Jones advanced from 21st to finish in 7th position. Conversely, Kevin Harvick started at 2nd but dropped to finish 14th, likely affected by an incident in Turn 2 at Lap 173.

Austin Dillon, who started from pole, fell back to 10th by race end, indicative of a spoiled ARP. Clint Bowyer's race turned wild due to a spin in Turn 3 at Lap 80, leading to an accident and an eventual 37th place finish. This race saw a bonanza of position changes, with several drivers leveraging their spots. Damage vehicle policies did not notably impact final positions.

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