From Flamboro Speedway in May all the way to Peterborough Speedway in October, the OSCAAR Outlaw Super Late Models were fast as ever, with great competition throughout the field.
While known as the By the Numbers piece in the past, this season will see a bit of a change in how it’s conducted. But here is your fabulous end of year review….
1 was the best average finish of the year, courtesy of Bradnon Watson and his single victory at the Autumn Colors Classic in Peterborough.
1.75 was the second-best average finish of the year, courtesy of Shane Maginnis in his four series starts, which included a pair of feature victories at Flamboro Speedway.
2 was the third-best average finish of the year, courtesy of Andrew Gresel with his Don Biederman Memorial feature one win, and a third in feature two, to take home the overall victory.
2.75 was the best average finish set by a driver that ran the full schedule, courtesy of Glenn Watson.
3 heat wins for Glenn Watson and Tyler Hawn led all drivers this season. Only one other driver scored more than one – Ryan Kimball with a pair.
4 drivers scored more than five top-fives – Watson, John Cadman, Hawn, and Charlie Gallant.
5 feature wins for Watson led all drivers this season. Only two other drivers scored more than one feature victory – Maginnis and Gallant.
6 drivers won a feature this season.
7 drivers won a heat race this season.
No. 10 of Kelly Balson scored his lone victory of 2017 at Peterborough in August.
10 top-fives for Glenn Watson and Hawn led all drivers this season.
12 top-10s for Watson, Hawn, and Gallant led all drivers this season.
15 drivers scored at least one top-five this season.
25 drivers scored at least one top-10 this season.
26 drivers started at least one event this season.
27 points separated Watson and Tyler Hawn at season’s end.
No. 40 of Gallant went back-to-back with features at Flamboro and Peterborough, putting him in the championship discussion.