Xfinity Series Recap: 2020 Wawa 250 Powered By Coca-Cola (Daytona International Speedway)

Justin Haley clinched the win, starting from 9th and securing an ARP of 3.76. Chase Briscoe dominated early but finished 3rd, while Gray Gaulding surged from 28th to 2nd. Late-race incidents affected several key drivers.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2020 Wawa 250 Powered By Coca-Cola (Daytona International Speedway)

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Justin Haley clinched the win for the race, starting from 9th place and securing an impressive average running position of 3.76. His net gain rating of 4.13 was second highest, showing strong performance. A bonanza of lead changes included Haley, who held the front from lap 23 to 27 and secured the final lap. Chase Briscoe dominated the early part of the race, leading the first 22 laps but finished 3rd, influenced by a late caution that disrupted his ARP of 4.41 from start to finish.

Gray Gaulding made notable progress from starting in 28th and finishing in 2nd, achieving an ARP of 12.21 and a net gain of 2.06. His wild advance was underscored by leading laps 58 and 59. Ross Chastain, starting in 10th, finished 6th with an impressive ARP of 2.76. However, his GR-LR ratio indicates he did not capitalize on all opportunities to advance.

Incidents and multiple cautions affected several drivers. AJ Allmendinger led laps 36 through 99 but finished 15th due to an accident, showing his average running position of 7.18 was marred by late-race issues. Brandon Brown, from a starting position of 15th, ended in 26th due to DVP, after running an ARP of 9.83, reflecting how a single caution can spoil a driver's race performance.

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