Full Throttle Motor Speedway

OBSERVATIONS: Full Throttle Motor Speedway Kid Stocks Season

From the first green flag of the season to the last checkered flag flown, it was certainly an exciting year for the Kid Stocks at Full Throttle Motor Speedway, 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.

01 of Luke Dippel was able to win three races this season

3.0345 was the best average finish of all drivers, set by Kody Cook, across 29 races

3.037 was the second-best average finish of all drivers, set by Dippel across 27 races

3.1724 was the third-best average finish of all drivers, set by Jeremy Curtis, across 29 races

3.6296 was the fourth-best average finish of all drivers, set by Brian Wilson Jr., across 27 races

3.6667 was the fifth-best average finish of all drivers, set by Thomas Wunsch, across 27 races

drivers scored more than 20 top-five’s – Curtis (27), Cook (26), Dippel (25), and Wunsch (21)

4.8333 was the sixth-best average finish of all drivers, set by Aiden Heard, across 24 races

5 different drivers won a race this season – Wilson Jr., Wunsch, Curtis, Cook and Dippel

drivers scored more than 25 top-10’s – Curtis (29), Cook (29), Wilson Jr. (27), Dippel (27), and Wunsch (27)

victories by Curtis and Cook allowed them to have memorable seasons

wins by Wilson Jr. and Wunsch led all drivers this season

points separated Cook and Curtis at season’s end

drivers scored a feature top-five finish this season

10 different drivers ran a single event this season

27 top-five’s by Curtis led all drivers this season

29 top-10’s by Curtis and Cook led all drivers this season as they were the only ones to run all 29 events

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