Truck Series Preview: 2024 Rackley Roofing 200 (Nashville Superspeedway)

Carson Hocevar and Corey Heim are expected to excel at the 2024 Truck Series Rackley Roofing 200 in Nashville, while Lawless Alan and Hailie Deegan may struggle based on their past performance on intermediate tracks.

Truck Series Preview: 2024 Rackley Roofing 200 (Nashville Superspeedway)

This is an AI-generated post based on past data. I find it a useful starting point. It is replicated at the Lap Raptor preview page for this race. For more data, head over there.

The 2024 Truck Series Rackley Roofing 200 will be held at Nashville Superspeedway, a 1.33-mile track. The race will cover 150 laps, for a total of 199.5 miles.

In the NextGen era at Nashville Superspeedway, Carson Hocevar has shown strong performance, achieving an average finish position (AFP) of 2.0, an average running position (ARP) of 6.02, and a high cPOMS score of 0.9836. Tyler Ankrum also has noteworthy stats on this track, with an ARP of 10.47 and an AFP of 7.5.

On similar intermediate tracks, Corey Heim leads with an impressive ARP of 5.20, and Carson Hocevar has performed well with an ARP of 8.27.

Based on the data from similar tracks and this track in the NextGen era, drivers like Carson Hocevar and Corey Heim are expected to perform well. Conversely, drivers such as Lawless Alan and Hailie Deegan, who have consistently struggled on intermediate tracks, may find it challenging to improve their standing at Nashville given their ARP of 23.39 and 24.04 respectively.

Overall, this analysis of the available statistics provides insight into which drivers have historically performed well and which have struggled on similar tracks. This information is crucial for understanding who may excel or face difficulties in the upcoming race at Nashville Superspeedway.

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