Xfinity Series Recap: 2022 Alsco Uniforms 250 (Atlanta Motor Speedway)

Austin Hill dominated, leading the final 83 laps to secure first place. Key performances from Josh Berry, Ryan Truex, and Tyler Reddick showcased strategic prowess, while late cautions shuffled the order dramatically.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2022 Alsco Uniforms 250 (Atlanta Motor Speedway)

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Austin Hill secured a solid win, leading the final 83 laps and finishing first. Starting 5th, Hill's average running position (ARP) was 2.62, showcasing positional control. Hill's net gain rating (GR-LR) of 3.86 confirms his consistent performance without any significant drops. Josh Berry, who started 2nd, finished in the same position with an ARP of 5.61. Berry had a net gain rating of 2.62, staying near the lead and benefiting from wild strategy calls.

Ryan Truex's jump from 21st to finish 3rd was notable. His ARP of 7.92 showed a steady climb and a net gain rating of 2.06, indicating efficient passing. Tyler Reddick, starting from 22nd and finishing 4th, maintained an ARP of 7.82 with a GR-LR of 2.72. Late cautions affected drivers like Ty Gibbs, who led several laps but fell back due to an accident, proving how a late caution can spoil a strong average running position.

In total, the race saw multiple leaders, with Hill keeping the lead from Lap 80 onwards. The accidents involving No. 1 and No. 26 at Lap 108 were part of the bonanza that shuffled positions. Brandon Brown and Sam Mayer had their races ended by incidents after running in competitive positions, leading to notable movement within the field. Despite the varied fortunes, the finishing order reflected a blend of strategy execution and attrition.

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