NASCAR Xfinity Series

BY THE NUMBERS: 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series Season

By: Ashley McCubbin

Although Ty Gibbs won the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship, there are other numbers to review from the season that was.

of Sam Mayer scored a pole

#18: Daniel Hemric, Joe Gibbs Racing, Toyota Supra Poppy Bank

1st race of the season at Daytona International Speedway saw Daniel Hemric on the pole

races were won by Austin Hill

2nd was the best average finishing spot of all drivers, set by Alex Bowman at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course

2.7 was the second-best average finishing spot of all drivers, set by Kyle Larson, across three races

races were won by Justin Allgaier and Josh Berry

drivers had an average starting spot of fifth or better

#88: Kyle Larson, JR Motorsports, Hendrick Cars.com Chevrolet Camaro

3.7 was the best average starting spot of all drivers, set by Larson, across three races

4th was the second-best average starting spot of all drivers, set by Bowman

4th was the third-best average finishing spot of all drivers, set by James Davison at Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL

drivers had an average finishing spot of fifth or better

4.3 was the third-best average starting spot of all drivers, set by Trevor Bayne, across nine races

poles for Ty Gibbs, A.J. Allmendinger, and Brandon Jones led all drivers

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5th was the fourth-best average finishing spot of all drivers, set by Chase Briscoe at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course

5.5 was the best average starting spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Gibbs

6th was the fifth-best average starting spot of all drivers, set by Briscoe and Cole Custer

6.6 was the best average finishing spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Allmendinger

6.9 was the second-best average starting spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Noah Gragson

07 of Custer won at Auto Club Speedway

races were won by Gibbs

#7: Justin Allgaier, JR Motorsports, BRANDT Chevrolet Camaro

of Allgaier won a pole

races won by Gragson led all drivers

8th was the third-best average starting spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Allmendinger

8.1 was the second-best average finishing spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Gragson

8.9 was the fourth-best average starting spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Allgaier

9th race of the year at Talladega Superspeedway saw Jeffrey Earnhardt on the pole

of Gragson won two poles

#19: Brandon Jones, Joe Gibbs Racing, Menards/Lyons Toyota Supra, celebrates after winning.

9.2 was the fifth-best average starting spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Jones

9.2 was the third-best average finishing spot of drivers to run all the races, set by Gibbs

11 different drivers won at least one race

11 drivers had an average finishing spot of 10th or better

14 drivers had an average starting spot of 10th or better

15 different drivers scored a pole

16 or more top-five’s were scored by Gragson, Allmendinger, Gibbs, and Allgaier

#16: AJ Allmendinger, Kaulig Racing, Nutrien Ag Solutions Chevrolet Camaro

16 of Allmendinger won five races

17 of William Byron scored a pole

17 of Larson scored a pole

18th race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway saw Berry on the pole

18 of Bayne won two poles

19 of Jones won at Martinsville Speedway

21 top-five’s for Gragson led all drivers

#8: Josh Berry, JR Motorsports, HarrisonÕs USA Chevrolet Camaro

21 or more top-10’s were scored by Allmendinger, Gragson, Gibbs, Allgaier, and Hill

23 of Anthony Alfredo scored a pole

28 top-10’s for Allmendinger led all drivers

28th race at Talladega Superspeedway saw Hill on the pole

33 races were ran

34 different drivers scored a top-five finish

48 of Tyler Reddick won at Texas Motor Speedway

#51: Jeremy Clements, Jeremy Clements Racing, One Stop / ASE Chevrolet Camaro, Victory Lane

51 of Jeremy Clements won at Daytona International Speedway

55 different drivers scored a top-10 finish

88 of Larson won at Watkins Glen International

98 of Riley Herbst scored a pole

107 different drivers competed in at least one race

348 or more laps were led by Gragson, Gibbs, Allgaier, Berry, and Allmendinger

1010 was the most laps led by a driver, set by Gragson

5025 or more laps were completed by Allmendinger, Hill, Gragson, Berry, and Jones

5190 was the most laps completed by a driver, set by Allmendinger

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