Xfinity Series Recap: 2022 Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 300 (Daytona International Speedway)

Austin Hill clinched victory after starting second and maintaining a strong pace with an ARP of 5.21. Despite incidents, Hill led key laps, outpacing AJ Allmendinger, who finished second, and Noah Gragson, who took third.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2022 Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 300 (Daytona International Speedway)

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Austin Hill secured a win after starting in the second spot and keeping a strong pace throughout the race with an ARP of 5.21. Hill showed a net gain rating of 4.95, leading a significant number of laps, especially towards the race's end, completing lap 120 in first position. AJ Allmendinger posed a challenge, having taken the lead multiple times before finishing second, improving nine positions from his start and maintaining an ARP of 7.61 with a net gain rating of 4.84. Noah Gragson rounded out the top three with an ARP of 5.9 and a net gain rating of 5.13 despite his modest start in the 14th position.

The race saw several incidents, notable among them a significant wreck at lap 92 involving multiple cars, which reshuffled the running order but didn't prevent Hill and Allmendinger from finishing strong. Myatt Snider and Jade Buford still managed to gain fourteen and twenty positions respectively before their race-ending accidents. Snider, with an impactful ARP of 11.63, concluded his race prematurely yet significantly gained with his net gain rating of 3.07.

Another bonanza was Anthony Alfredo, who finished seventh despite starting 16th and carrying a high ARP of 28.39, reflecting substantial improvement over the race length. The wild finish claimed several cars due to a final lap accident but did not alter the win for Hill. Daniel Hemric was an unfortunate example of a spoiled race; starting from the pole, he finished 28th despite a lead for 33 laps and an ARP of 9.85.

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