As the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series takes a mid-season break, it seems only fitting to use this opportunity to look back on the first half of the season and what has happened.
1.6 is the best average finish of all drivers, held by Dan Archibald. Keep in mind he missed the race at Jukasa Motor Speedway, though.
2 drivers have won more than two heats this year – Archibald and Tyler Hawn.
2 drivers have swept all of the features this season with Archibald and Hawn holding three each a piece.
3.167 is the best average finish of drivers who have ran all the features thus far, held by both Hawn and Alderson Jr.
5 feature top-fives for Archibald and Douglas Fischer lead the way for all drivers.
5 drivers have scored three or more feature top-fives this season – Hawn, Archibald, Fischer, Steve Book, and Alderson Jr.
5.2 is the fourth-best average finish overall, held by Fischer. Though keep in mind he missed the race at Kawartha Speedway, with Shaun McWhirter driving the No. 3 Nova instead. McWhirter did place in the top-five, scoring a fourth-place finish.
5.83 is the third-best average finish of drivers who have ran all the features thus far, held by Steve Book.
6 races have been completed so far this season.
6 drivers have won at least one heat race this season – Archibald, Hawn, Fischer, Billy Alderson Jr., Norm Mayhew, and Kenny McNicol.
6 feature top-10’s leads the way, which is held by Hawn, Book, and Alderson Jr.
7 heat wins for Archibald leads all drives thus far this season.
8 heat top-fives lead the way, which is held by multiple drivers – Archibald, Book, and Alderson Jr. Hawn and Fischer are next in line with seven a piece.
10 points separate Tyler Hawn and Billy Alderson Jr. at the top of the OSCAAR Hot Rod Series standings.
13 different drivers have scored a top-five feature finish this season.
20 different drivers have scored a top-10 feature finish this season.
23 different drivers have ran at least one single race this season.