Truck Series Recap: 2020 UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics (Bristol Motor Speedway)

Sam Mayer claimed victory from a 17th starting position, with Parker Kligerman's climb from 35th to fourth also impressing. Despite frequent cautions, the race featured dynamic position changes and strategic plays.

Truck Series Recap: 2020 UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics (Bristol Motor Speedway)

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Brett Moffitt led the first 60 laps and maintained an average running position (ARP) of 2.15, but finished second, showing minimal net gain rating of 1.05. Tyler Ankrum then led most laps through mid-race, but despite an optimal ARP of 5.85, he settled for seventh at the finish, possibly due to the wild caution on lap 157. Sam Mayer took control from lap 171 onwards, securing victory from his 17th starting position with an ARP of 5.31 and an impressive net gain rating of 2.89.

Parker Kligerman's performance stood out, advancing from 35th to fourth, with a notable ARP of 11.44 and net gain rating of 2.69, indicating strong green flag laps (GF Laps). Another notable movement was from Ross Chastain, starting 34th and moving to eighth, having a significant ARP shift to 16.71 and a modest gain rating of 1.10. Despite frequent yellow flags, racers like Johnny Sauter and Matt Crafton managed to stay within the top-10, showing consistent speed scores (SS).

The race saw a bonanza of position changes and challenges through the field. Chandler Smith rounded out the top five, starting from ninth and finishing fifth with an ARP of 10.03. Grant Enfinger, who started from pole, finished sixth, impacted by cautions yet maintaining a respectable ARP of 8.37. The late incidents intensified competition and resulted in mixed results, showcasing different strategies and performances across the spectrum.

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