Cup Series Recap: 2020 Food City presents the Supermarket Heroes 500 (Bristol Motor Speedway)

Brad Keselowski secured the win, leading most laps with an ARP of 6.77. Clint Bowyer's strong recovery placed him second, while Jimmie Johnson finished third. The race featured notable position changes and dramatic incidents.

Cup Series Recap: 2020 Food City presents the Supermarket Heroes 500 (Bristol Motor Speedway)

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Brad Keselowski started from pole and led a vast majority of laps, securing the win with an ARP of 6.77. His GR-LR of 2.99 indicates efficient movement and position retention. Clint Bowyer recovered from a starting position of 23 to finish second, demonstrating a notable GR of 3.15. Jimmie Johnson also had a productive race, finishing third from 24th with an ARP of 6.51 and a solid GR of 3.97. Kyle Busch finished fourth with an ARP of 7.98 and a GR-LR of 3.46, while Erik Jones rounded out the top five, moving up from 15th with an ARP of 10.95.

Several drivers experienced wild swings in performance due to various incidents, including Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who started 16th but was shuffled back to 34th after an accident near lap 490. Ryan Blaney, who exhibited a stellar early race performance leading multiple laps, was forced out due to an incident, finishing 40th despite an ARP of 2.31. Notably, Joey Logano's race was also spoiled by a late caution, dropping him from an initial top-three start to a 21st place finish.

The race was a bonanza of position changes, highlighted by Christopher Bell’s climb from 35th to finish ninth and Bubba Wallace’s similar surge from 36th to tenth. Both drivers showed a GR-LR of 2.06 and 1.36 respectively. Meanwhile, several drivers, including Matt DiBenedetto and Cole Custer, saw significant drops, with DiBenedetto falling from 9th to 31st and Custer from 22nd to 35th post-accident.

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