Xfinity Series Recap: 2017 Boyd Gaming 300 (Las Vegas Motor Speedway)

Joey Logano won from fourth position, showcasing impressive control despite multiple cautions. Kyle Larson took second, Daniel Suarez held third, and Justin Allgaier made a significant climb to fourth.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2017 Boyd Gaming 300 (Las Vegas Motor Speedway)

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Joey Logano took the top spot, rising from a start in the fourth position to claim the win. Logano's control on track, despite the numerous cautions, was apparent in his constant presence at the front. Kyle Larson secured second place starting from seventh. Larson maintained a strong performance, consistent in positioning throughout the race.

Daniel Suarez managed to hold his third position, showing no significant variation between his start and finish. Justin Allgaier, starting in 13th place, climbed to fourth, illustrating a notable difference in ARP and final positioning. Austin Dillon sustained his fifth-place start to conclude the race relatively unchanged.

Drivers who faced setbacks included Kyle Busch, who dropped from first to seventh, likely impacted by the late cautions. Elliott Sadler fell from the pole to an eighth-place finish after similar issues. Matt Tifft, who started sixth, was relegated to 34th due to an accident, while Jeff Green and Stephen Leicht were both affected by separate incidents, resulting in their finishes near the back and bringing a wild conclusion to a race filled with incident and trouble.

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