The Cook Out Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway was run this past Sunday evening and it was Kyle Larson who finally got a Cup Series win at one of his best race tracks and locked himself into the Round of 12 for the Playoffs while doing so.
Larson had the second-best Average Running Position (4.47) during the race, with the top spot in that statistic going to Tyler Reddick, who finished in second-place while having an ARP of 2.60. A couple of notables were Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin, who ranked fourth- and fifth-best in Average Running Position but each had issues late that relegated them to poor results.
Four of the top-five finishers in this year’s Cook Out Southern 500 ranked inside the top seven when it came to Average Running Position. The exception was Ross Chastain, who wound up with a fifth-place finish despite ranking 19th-best in ARP at 18.30.
Darlington Cook Out Southern 500 Average Running Position Rankings
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|Rank||Driver||Finish Pos.||Average Pos|
|24.||Martin Truex Jr||18||22.44|
|29.||Ricky Stenhouse Jr||16||26.05|
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