While Rick Spencer-Walt was crowned the 2018 Great Lakes Concrete Series Late Model Champion, there were plenty of drivers who had success over the course of this past season.
2 of the events (the last two) used heats to set the starting line-up, while the others used time trails. As a result, six qualifying races were ran.
2 heat victories for Benedict made him the only driver to win more than one this year
3 different drivers won 75-lap races – Rick Spencer-Walt, Jordan Lawrence and Danny Benedict
3.5 was the best average finish, set by Lawrence
3.6 was the second-best average finish, set by Benedict. Notably, he missed one of the races this year
4 competitors finished top-five in over half of the events – Spencer-Walt, Lawrence, Benedict, and Gord Shepherd
4.5 was the third-best average finish, set by Shepherd.
4.667 was the fourth-best average finish, set by Spencer-Walt
5 top-five’s by Spencer-Walt and Lawrence led all drivers this season
5 competitors won a heat race – Nick Goetz, Taylor Holdaway, Benedict, Parker, and Lane Zardo
6 features were ran across two race tracks – Sunset Speedway and Sauble Speedway
6 top-10’s by Lawrence, Benedict and Shepherd meant they finished each event well
6 competitors scored at least five top-10’s – Lawrence, Benedict, Shepherd, Spencer-Walt, Parker, and Dwayne Baker
10 drivers picked up a top-five result
21 competitors scored a top-10 finish
24 of Lawrence got to experience victory lane on July 12 at Sauble
28 different faces were behind the wheel across the season
31 of Spencer-Walt led all drivers in feature victories, meaning he won half of the events ran
54 of Benedict won the final two races on the calendar, both at Sunset