Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 Andy's Frozen Custard 300 (Texas Motor Speedway)

Sam Mayer wins a thrilling 200-lap race, regaining the lead from Ryan Sieg in the final lap. Despite starting 10th, Mayer's strategic maneuvers and strong net gain rating of 3.07 secured his victory.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 Andy's Frozen Custard 300 (Texas Motor Speedway)

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The race, spanning 200 laps, saw significant movement among the drivers, with Sam Mayer emerging victorious despite starting in 10th position. Mayer's average running position (ARP) was 8.52, coupled with a net gain rating (GR-LR) of 3.07, reflecting his strategic maneuvers throughout the race. The end of the race was wild, with Mayer regaining the lead from Ryan Sieg on the final lap, who himself started 14th and finished 2nd, posting an ARP of 8.86 and a net gain rating of 3.43.

Justin Allgaier dominated the mid-segments, leading the most laps from 28 to 172, only to fall to a 3rd place finish due to a late caution on lap 174 involving his car and the #42 car. Despite a high ARP of 2.52, the incident impacted his final position, although his strong gain rating of 3.16 demonstrated his competitive performance. Austin Hill clinched the 6th position, starting from 13th, with an ARP of 8.18 and a net gain of 3.27, showcasing consistent pacing throughout the competition.

The race was a bonanza of lead changes, especially in the closing laps. Several drivers faced setbacks, such as Chandler Smith, who led early but dropped to finish 15th due to a net gain rating of only 0.75. Late-race cautions notably affected drivers like Riley Herbst, who slipped from a 5th place start to 27th, reflecting an eventful race marked by strategic plays and the shifting dynamics towards the finish.

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