Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 The LiUNA! (Las Vegas Motor Speedway)

John Hunter Nemechek dominated the race with a strong performance, securing the win by leading for 153 laps. Chandler Smith and Austin Hill showed competitiveness, while Cole Custer's 2nd place finish highlighted mid-race challenges.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 The LiUNA! (Las Vegas Motor Speedway)

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John Hunter Nemechek's race dominance was underscored by his 1.96 ARP and a strong net gain rating of 5.07, securing him the win. Starting 12th and finishing 1st, he held the lead for an impressive 153 laps. Chandler Smith led early, holding the front for the first 47 laps, but eventually finished 3rd with a notable ARP of 2.71. Smith's GR-LR of 3.01 indicates consistent competitiveness. Austin Hill, after leading briefly, ended 4th, reflecting his 4.41 ARP.

Cole Custer started on the pole, but despite a solid run resulting in a 2nd place finish, his ARP of 6.43 shows some mid-race difficulties. The wild ARP of 6.62 for Justin Allgaier finishing 10th, despite starting 36th, reflects a bonanza recovery effort. However, the late caution on lap 124 affected his overall performance. Josh Williams, from 32nd to 14th, demonstrated resilience with a GR-LR of 2.45.

Notable incidents included Sam Mayer, engaged in an early accident on lap 9, finishing 38th with an ARP of 13.33. Parker Retzlaff experienced a fuel pump issue, dropping from 4th to 35th. Despite these setbacks, Riley Herbst managed a steady improvement from 11th to 5th, evidenced by his ARP of 4.53 and net gain rating of 3.18. This race highlighted strategic maneuvers and consistent speed maintenance amidst the mix of leaders and mid-pack drivers.

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