Xfinity Series Preview: 2024 HyVee Perks 250 (Iowa Speedway)

Cole Custer's consistency on similar short tracks positions him as a strong contender for the 2024 Xfinity Series HyVee Perks 250 at Iowa Speedway, with Austin Hill and Brandon Jones also expected to perform well.

Xfinity Series Preview: 2024 HyVee Perks 250 (Iowa Speedway)

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.

For the 2024 Xfinity Series HyVee Perks 250 at Iowa Speedway, there is no NextGen era data available specifically for this track. However, we can analyze similar short tracks to understand potential performance trends.

On similar short tracks, Cole Custer has shown impressive consistency with an ARP of 5.13 and an AFP of 8.45, suggesting he is frequently in contention. Austin Hill and Brandon Jones also perform well on short tracks, with ARPs of 10.12 and 7.79, respectively, and both drivers have average finishes within the top ten.

Drivers such as Josh Berry and Sammy Smith have demonstrated strong metrics in specific areas. Josh Berry has a comparatively good ARP of 8.56 and ranks high in continuously graded percent above max speed (cPOMS), placing him among the top few drivers. Sammy Smith also has a solid ARP of 9.35 and shows strong longitudinal speed consistency.

Conversely, drivers like Jeremy Clements and Blaine Perkins have struggled on similar tracks, both with ARPs above 20 and negative GR-LR ratings. This suggests they may have difficulty making significant advancements during the race.

Without specific track data for Iowa Speedway, these insights from similar short tracks provide a useful guideline for evaluating drivers' potential performances. However, actual race conditions can always bring unexpected outcomes.

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