Truck Series Recap: 2021 Rackley Roofing 200 (Nashville Superspeedway)

Ryan Preece triumphed in the 150-lap race, advancing from 6th to 1st. Todd Gilliland surged to 2nd from 35th, and Grant Enfinger maintained 3rd after leading. Key leader shifts defined the race, with Chandler Smith finishing 13th.

Truck Series Recap: 2021 Rackley Roofing 200 (Nashville Superspeedway)

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What follows is an AI-generated commentary based on the race results and statistics. I find it useful to glance at. You can view more statistics at the Lap Raptor race page for this race. For more data, head over there.

Ryan Preece secured a notable victory in the 150-lap race, starting from 6th and finishing 1st with an average running position (ARP) of 5.68. Preece's gain rating (GR) indicated efficient maneuvering through the field, concluding with a net GR of 2.49. His performance highlighted a strong closing segment, with notable positional gains happening after lap 144. This strong finish led to a bonanza in the rankings as Preece maintained the lead from lap 144 through to the end.

Todd Gilliland made a significant impact as well, moving up 33 positions from his 35th starting spot to finish 2nd. His ARP stood at 13.48, and his net GR of 2.64 reflected the high number of successful position gains throughout the race. Similarly, Grant Enfinger showed consistency by beginning in 4th and finishing 3rd, maintaining an ARP of 3.56. He led the race from lap 99 through lap 143 but dropped in the final stretch. His net GR of 1.63 underlines a steady performance with minimal positional losses.

The race saw wild shifts in leaders, with Chandler Smith leading the field for a significant part stretching from lap 51 to lap 98, but ultimately finishing 13th. His ARP was 4.94, and a net GR of 0.42 showed he struggled in maintaining his position later in the race. Derek Kraus, who started from pole, dominated the early laps until lap 48. However, a late-race accident relegated him to a 35th place finish, under the DVP.

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