Cup Series Recap: 2024 Goodyear 400 (Darlington Raceway)

Brad Keselowski clinched victory with a net gain rating of 3.82 and an average running position of 2.66. Ty Gibbs and Josh Berry followed, with impressive moves up the ranks, amid dramatic position changes.

Cup Series Recap: 2024 Goodyear 400 (Darlington Raceway)

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Brad Keselowski clinched the victory, showing a notable net gain rating of 3.82, finishing first after starting in second place. His average running position was 2.66, indicating strong performance throughout the race. Ty Gibbs finished second, moving up from fourth with a net gain rating of 2.39 and an average running position of 3.86. Josh Berry made a significant leap from 33rd to finish third, aided by a 2.85 net gain rating and an average running position of 14.67.

Denny Hamlin's performance was consistent as he improved from seventh to fourth, backed by a 2.80 net gain rating and an 8.25 average running position. The race saw a wild shift in the standings for Tyler Reddick, who led for an extensive period but ended up in 32nd after an incident, rounding out a dramatic bonanza of position changes. His net gain rating of 1.32 speaks to his aggressive driving, but his race was marred by a late accident.

Kyle Larson suffered a setback due to an accident, dropping from his sixth starting spot to finish 34th. He held a decent net gain rating of 2.70 and an average running position of 4.07 before the incident. Meanwhile, Chris Buescher's struggle was clear as he dropped from third at the start to finish 30th, despite a 0.76 net gain rating and a 7.90 average running position. The race, characterized by cautious runs and strategic movements, highlighted several key driver performances and unexpected outcomes.

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