Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 Sci Aps 200 (New Hampshire Motor Speedway)

Christopher Bell clinched victory with an ARP of 4.38 and highest net gain rating of 4.80. Sheldon Creed and Cole Custer completed the top 3, with Carson Kvapil making a remarkable climb from 38th to 5th.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 Sci Aps 200 (New Hampshire Motor Speedway)

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Christopher Bell emerged as the race winner with an impressive average running position (ARP) of 4.38, securing his victory on the final lap. Bell also boasted the highest net gain rating (GR-LR) of 4.80. Starting from the 23rd position, this result marks a significant improvement across the race, marking an overall gain of 22 positions, despite the high amount of disruption and incidents recorded in the race.

Sheldon Creed followed closely, finishing 2nd with an ARP of 5.95 and a net gain rating of 3.19. Creed started 5th and managed to maintain a strong performance, albeit being overtaken by Bell in the final lap. Cole Custer, who dominated the lead for a significant portion of the race, finished 3rd. Custer led for a considerable number of laps but couldn’t convert his early dominance into a win. His stats reflect a high ARP at 3.27 with a net gain rating of 3.56, indicating strong performance throughout, though clearly the race didn’t align as expected in the final laps.

Carson Kvapil had a notable race, finishing 5th after starting from 38th, demonstrating a bonanza of overtakes. His ARP was 14.60, showing an impressive maneuver through the field. Moving up 33 positions, his net gain rating of 2.99 reflects this effort. In contrast, numerous incidents affected many drivers, with some, like Nathan Byrd and Leland Honeyman, incurring the most significant declines, attributed to late-race accidents and spins, disrupting their attempts to finish higher. This resulted in a wild shuffle in the standings, reflecting not just driver skill but the unpredictable nature of the race environment.

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