Jeremy Clements finished 13th in the EchoPark 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday.
Clements’ result added 24 points to his season total.
Clements started in 20th position. The 15th-year driver has one career victory, with three top-five finishes and 21 results inside the top 10.
Saturday marked Clements’ 10th career start at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Though he’s completed eight of those races, he has not earned a top-10 finish at the track.
The Spartanburg, South Carolina native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting five spots higher than his career mark of 25.3 and completing the race 11 places ahead of his 23.7 career average finish.
Clements’ 13th-place finish was against a field of 37 drivers. The race endured six cautions and 28 caution laps. There were 10 lead changes.
AJ Allmendinger secured the win in the race, and Noah Gragson finished second. Justin Haley crossed the finish line third, Daniel Hemric brought home fourth, and Harrison Burton closed out the top five.
Austin Cindric got off to a great start in the race, winning both of the first two stages, but couldn’t hold on to secure the race victory.