Cup Series Recap: 2019 FireKeepers Casino 400 (Michigan International Speedway)

Joey Logano led from start to finish, securing first place flawlessly. Kurt Busch displayed steady performance, finishing second, while Martin Truex Jr. climbed from 16th to finish third amid a race filled with notable position changes.

Cup Series Recap: 2019 FireKeepers Casino 400 (Michigan International Speedway)

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Joey Logano led the entire race from start to finish. Starting in the pole position, Logano maintained his lead and sustained his performance, finishing the race in first place. His average running position (ARP) was flawless at 1. Kurt Busch showed consistency by finishing second after starting seventh, showing steady performance with no notable gain or loss in positions according to his net gain rating (GR-LR).

Martin Truex Jr., who started in 16th position, climbed up to finish third, suggesting a strong gain in positions despite the middle-of-the-pack start. Conversely, drivers like Ryan Newman, who dropped from a 6th place start to finish in 18th, highlighted a significant decrease in performance. Corey LaJoie improved slightly from a 32nd starting position to finish 23rd, a modest gain worth noting.

One noteworthy incident involved Clint Bowyer, who started fifth but was affected by a crash on lap 131, ultimately finishing in 35th place. Erik Jones' spin on lap 197 similarly affected his final standing, dropping to a 31st place finish despite a 14th place start. The race saw a bonanza of position changes and a wild series of events that culminated in varied finishes across the field.

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