Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 United Rentals 300 (Daytona International Speedway)

Austin Hill clinched the victory with strategic lap leading and strong position management. Sheldon Creed secured second, showing notable gains from 14th. Early leader Jesse Love dropped to 20th due to incidents.

Xfinity Series Recap: 2024 United Rentals 300 (Daytona International Speedway)

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Austin Hill secured the win, starting from the second position and leading laps 28 and 57-62 before reclaiming control in the final moments from lap 118 onwards. His average running position (ARP) was 8.06, with a notable gain rating (GR-LR) of 2.88, marking efficient position management despite running higher than his start.

Sheldon Creed made a strong push, finishing second after starting 14th, maintaining an ARP of 10.51. His GR-LR of 2.86 underscores strong performance gains. Conversely, Jesse Love led a bonanza of early laps (1-27 and 64-65) but faced incidents, including a significant caution at lap 38, which contributed to his drop to 20th. With an ARP of 12.90 and a GR-LR of -2.88, the late incidents clearly spoiled his race.

Riley Herbst recorded one of the highest GR-LR scores at 4.64, transitioning from 11th to 6th. Throughout laps 71-79 and 109-113, he showed consistent lap-led performance. Jordan Anderson also registered a wild improvement from 29th to 4th, with an ARP of 23.59, showing significant movement despite a negative GR-LR of -0.62. Various accidents and DVP affected finishes, as seen with Jeremy Clements and Daniel Suarez, where the damaged vehicle policy (DVP) came into play.

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