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OBSERVATIONS: Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modified Season

From the green flag of the season at Sunset Speedway, to the final checkered waved at Peterborough Speedway, it was an exciting campaign for the Queenston Chevrolet Buick GMC OSCAAR Modifieds.

Here is a look back through the year in an observational statistical matter.

Photo by Dan Little Jr

1st is the best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of John Harper, virtue of winning at Jukasa Motor Speedway in his lone feature of the 2019 season

point separated Anthony DiBello and Norman Newman for the MavTV Canada Rookie of the Year Award

1.5 is the second-best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of Andy Kamrath, across six features

feature victories for A.J. Emms en route to being crowned the 2019 series champion

3.1667 is the third-best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of Kelly Balson, across six features

3.4167 is the fourth-best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of Emms, across 12 features

4th is the fifth-best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of James Horner, with his lone start at Delaware Speedway on June 13

drivers scored more than 15 heat top-five’s – Emms (19), Jason Keen (19), DiBello (17), and Dale Reinhart (16)

drivers scored more than five feature top-five’s – Emms (10), DiBello (7), Newman (6), and Kamrath (6)

4.75 is the sixth-best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of Shawn Chenoweth, across four features

5 feature victories for Kamrath led all drivers this season

drivers scored more than three heat wins – Kamrath (8), Emms (7), DiBello (5), Keen (5), and Cory Horner (4)

5.1967 is the seventh-best average finish of all drivers, courtesy of DiBello, across 12 features

drivers scored a feature victory

drivers scored 10 or more feature top-10’s – Emms (12), DiBello (11), Keen (10), Luke Gignac (10), Newman (10), and Reinhart (10)

heat victories for Kamrath led all drivers in 2019

10 feature top-five’s by Emms led all drivers in 2019

12 feature top-10’s by Emms led all drivers in 2019, and gave him a perfect season

13 drivers won a heat race

16 points separated Newman and Jase Cornell for the John Harper Hard Charger Award

16 drivers scored a feature top-five finish

19 heat top-five’s by Emms and Keen led all drivers in 2019

20th of July saw Balson drive the No. b10 to feature victory lane at Sunset Speedway

25 drivers scored a feature top-10 finish

35 drivers scored a heat top-five finish

39 different drivers ran at least a single event in 2019

51 of Reinhart went to victory lane at Delaware Speedway on August 17

57 points separated Emms and DiBello at the top of the standings at year-end

89c of Chenoweth scored his first career modified victory on August 3 at Peterborough Speedway

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