After an exciting season lasting from the very start in May to the very end in October, OSCAAR fans know they got delivered the action they wanted throughout each event. In the end, it was J.R. Fitzpatrick picking up the OSCAAR Super Late Model Championship. However, he wasn’t the only driver who racked up numbers.
It may be a little later than I had intended in posting, but we still need something to cure the off-season blues. So let’s take a look back at the season by looking at how the numbers tallied together.
1 top-10 for Derrick Tiemersma all season was a surprise to many fans. Tiemersma completed the season 10th in the series standings.
2 drivers scored two feature victories this season – Fitzpatrick and Shane Maginnis
No. 03 driven by Maginnis won two features, including the Don Biederman Memorial, en route to finishing seventh in points.
3 drivers scored more than four feature top-fives this season – Fitzpatrick, Roy Passer and Glenn Watson.
4th was the best finish Tyler Hawn scored en route to finishing sixth in points.
5 heat victories for Fitzpatrick and Shane Maginnis led all drivers this season
5 drivers scored more than one heat victory this season – Fitzpatrick, Roy Passer, Glenn Watson, Gary Passer and Maginnis.
7 drivers scored at least one feature victory this season.
8 feature top-fives by Fitzpatrick led all drivers this season.
8 feature top-10s by Fitzpatrick, Tyler Hawn and Roy Passer led all drivers this season.
No. 9 driven by Brandon Watson made one start this year – Autumn Colours Classic – and won the race.
10 different drivers scored a heat victory this past season.
No. b10 driven by Kelly Balson scored his first victory at Peterborough Speedway as part of his limited schedule en route to finishing eighth in points.
12 drivers scored at least one feature top-five this season.
22 drivers scored at least one feature top-10 this season.
No. 27 driven by Roy Passer scored his first victory at Peterborough Speedway.en route to a runner-up in the standings.
No. 40p driven by Charlie Gallant scored a best finish of third en route to finishing fourth in points.
No. 52 driven by Gary Passer scored a best finish of third en route to finishing fifth in points.
No. 81 driven by Andrew Gresel made a single start this year – Delaware Speedway – and won the race.
No. 84 driven by Fitzpatrick scored a pair of victories at Flamboro Speedway en route to the championship.