Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 BetMGM 300 (Charlotte Motor Speedway)

Chase Elliott wins after starting 30th, showcasing significant gains with an ARP of 9.73 and a GR-LR of 3.78. Kyle Busch finishes 6th, while Josh Williams climbs from 36th to 8th amid numerous cautions and disruptions.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 BetMGM 300 (Charlotte Motor Speedway)

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The race saw multiple lead changes with significant gains and losses across the field. Chase Elliott, starting 30th, emerged victorious with an average running position (ARP) of 9.73 and a net gain rating (GR-LR) of 3.78, indicating a substantial improvement throughout the race. Notably, Elliott led the last 18 laps, capitalizing on the wild bonanza of position changes.

Kyle Busch, starting from 2nd position, secured 6th place. His ARP was a strong 2.91, but his overall GR-LR was 4.44. This demonstrates his consistent presence in the front but unable to muster sufficient momentum in the final stages to win. Meanwhile, drivers like Justin Allgaier were affected by a late caution at lap 177, leading to an average finish outside top-30 despite leading for a significant 47 laps with an ARP of 5.77.

Josh Williams made an impressive climb from 36th to 8th, even though his ARP was 24.74. His net gain rating was negative at -0.72, suggesting that much of his advancement came amid the various incidents and cautions disrupting the race. Cautions were a recurring occurrence, with noteworthy disruptions at laps 31, 74, and 170, affecting several key drivers, including Cole Custer and Sheldon Creed, who faced unfortunate exits due to accidents.

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