Xfinity Series Recap: 2018 Johnsonville 180 (Road America)

Justin Allgaier won the 45-lap race after starting from 11th place. Matt Tifft secured second, with Daniel Hemric finishing third. Elliott Sadler climbed from 17th to fifth, while cautions and incidents shuffled many positions.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2018 Johnsonville 180 (Road America)

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In a 45-lap race, Justin Allgaier secured the win after starting in 11th place, demonstrating a notable improvement considering his start position. Matt Tifft, who began the race on pole, ended up in second place, maintaining a consistent position at the front. Daniel Hemric showed a strong performance, starting from 12th and finishing in third.

Several drivers significantly moved up the field. Elliott Sadler finished fifth despite starting 17th, and Ross Chastain also advanced from 16th to finish seventh. Conversely, Ryan Truex fell from a promising seventh-place start to finish 25th, likely affected by incidents during the race. Similarly, Christopher Bell dropped from fifth at the start to finish 23rd, impacted by wild circumstances, post the final caution periods.

The race had a total of seven cautions, impacting many drivers' finishing positions. The most notable incidents were Ryan Reed and Josh Bilicki, both retiring due to accidents. Late cautions significantly influenced the race outcome, leading to a bonanza of position changes and affecting average running positions for multiple drivers, including Christopher Bell.

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