Cup Series Recap: 2020 Alsco Uniforms 500 (Charlotte Motor Speedway)

Chase Elliott clinched victory, starting 19th and finishing strong with an ARP of 5.72. Denny Hamlin battled from 29th to 2nd place, while Ryan Blaney took 3rd after starting 18th. The race featured numerous disruptions.

Cup Series Recap: 2020 Alsco Uniforms 500 (Charlotte Motor Speedway)

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Chase Elliott, starting from 19th, secured victory with an ARP of 5.72 and a net gain rating of 3.4. Elliott led the final 28 laps, reflecting his strong finish. Denny Hamlin, starting from 29th, achieved a notable finish in 2nd place with an ARP of 12.42 and a net gain rating of 2.34. Ryan Blaney finished third after starting 18th, showing consistency with an ARP of 3.5 and a gain rating of 3.0, closing out a wild race scenario.

Joey Logano led for a significant portion, precisely laps 22 to 57 but finished in 6th position. Despite a competitive ARP of 4.18, his net gain rating was lower at 1.34, indicating a moderate performance. Alex Bowman led the race for a substantial number of laps but dropped to 31st due to a late caution, which spoiled his otherwise impressive running position of 13.98.

The race saw multiple incidents leading to caution flags, illustrating a bonanza of disruptions. Notably, Bubba Wallace, involved in an accident, finished 37th but maintained an ARP of 12.58 and a gain rating of 1.3. Joey Gase and Garrett Smithley were involved in an early incident at lap two, resulting in damaged vehicle policy classification for Gase.

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