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OBSERVATIONS: Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints Season

From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the Living Lighting OSCAAR Pro Sprints, with lots of battles back and forth on a weekly basis.

With all of the points night results tallied together, here is the final statistical observation piece of the season.

1.1539 was the best average finish of all drivers this season, set by Daniel Hawn across 13 features

drivers visited feature victory lane

2nd was Hawn’s worst finish all season long, happening on two occasions

2.7692 was the second-best average finish of all drivers this season, set by James Stanley, across 13 features

3.4286 was the third-best average finish of all drivers this season, set by Jaden Riddell, across seven features

drivers scored more than six feature top-five finishes – Hawn (13), Stanley (12), Ryan Battilana (10), and Rob Summers (7)

4.6923 was the fourth-best average finish of all drivers this season, set by Ryan Battilana, across 13 features

different drivers won a heat race – Hawn (17), Riddell (5), Stanley (4), Rob McCall (2), and Brad Holmes (1)

drivers scored more than nine heat top-five finishes – Hawn (18), Stanley (17), Summers (16), Battilana (13), and Kevin Taylor (10)

drivers scored more than 11 feature top-10 finishes – Hawn (13), Stanley (13), Battilana (12), Taylor (12), and Tyler Cullen (12)

5.4546 was the fifth-best average finish of all drivers this season, set by Rob Summers, across 11 features

9th was James Stanley’s worst finish all season long, coming at Grand Bend Speedway

11 feature wins by Hawn led the way for all drivers

12 different drivers scored a feature top-five finish

13 feature top-five’s by Hawn led the way for all drivers, giving him a perfect season.

13 feature top-10’s by Hawn and Stanley led the way for all drivers, giving them both perfect seasons

17 heat wins by Hawn led the way for all drivers

18 heat top-five’s for Hawn led the way for all drivers

20 different drivers scored a heat top-five finish

20 different drivers scored a feature top-10 finish

21 different drivers ran at least one race in 2019

23 points separated Hawn and Stanley for the John Harper Hard Charger Award

32 points separated Holmes and Dylan Little for Hinkley Lighting Rookie of the Year

57 of Stanley won a pair of features en route to a runner-up finish in points

68 points separated Hawn and Stanley for the championship

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