Jeremy Clements finished 11th in the Alsco 300 at Kentucky Speedway on Friday.
Clements’ result added 30 points to his season total.
Clements started in fourth position and led 11 laps in the race. The 15th-year driver has one career victory, with four top-five finishes and 22 results inside the top 10.
Saturday’s race was Clements’ 17th career start at Kentucky Speedway. He’s completed all of those races, but has not finished inside the top 10 at the track.
The Spartanburg, South Carolina native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting 21 spots higher than his career mark of 25.1 and completing the race 12 places ahead of his 23.5 career average finish.
Clements competed against 36 other drivers on the way to his 11th-place finish. The race endured five cautions and 27 caution laps. There were eight lead changes.
Austin Cindric earned the victory in the race, and Chase Briscoe took second. Justin Haley placed third, Ross Chastain secured fourth, and Justin Allgaier finished off the top five.
After Noah Gragson won Stage 1, Cindric seized control and won Stage 2 before earning the checkered flag.