Truck Series Recap: 2021 NextEra Energy 250 (Daytona International Speedway)

Ben Rhodes claims first place after starting 23rd, with a net gain rating of 5.5 and an average running position of 7.09. Jordan Anderson finishes 2nd, and Cory Roper secures 3rd with a gain rating of 1.81.

Truck Series Recap: 2021 NextEra Energy 250 (Daytona International Speedway)

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Ben Rhodes clinched a first-place finish after starting 23rd, showcasing a net gain rating of 5.5. Despite a wild journey through the pack, his average running position settled at 7.09. Jordan Anderson, who started 20th, finished 2nd with an average running position of 19.94, and a net gain rating of -0.86, indicating his position improvements were less than expected.

Cory Roper, starting 31st, secured a notable finish in 3rd place with an average running position of 18.13 and a net gain rating of 1.81. Notably, Sheldon Creed led the race briefly, concluding in 6th place with a strong average running position of 8.55 and a gain rating of 3.32. Grant Enfinger commanded several laps but finished 11th, reflecting an average running position of 4.63 and a significant net gain rating of 5.01.

Drivers like Timothy Peters, Johnny Sauter, and Tyler Ankrum encountered incidents causing steep drops, impacting their finishes. A later-stage caution spelled trouble for them, particularly Sauter and Ankrum, who started in prime positions but finished 27th and 28th respectively. With multiple cautions causing a bonanza, the race's dynamic shifted frequently, impacting the final standings notably.

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