Canadian Vintage Modified

BY THE NUMBERS: Canadian Vintage Modified Season

The Canadian Vintage Modifieds may have only gotten in three races this season with COVID-19, but they packed in a lot of action and drivers as the club begins it’s resurgence under the direction of John Karley.

1.67 was the best average finish of any driver, set by T.J. Marshall, across all three events en route to the championship.

2nd was the second-best average finish of any driver, set by Max Wright, in the lone event he ran in 2020

drivers scored a top-five in each feature event – Marshall and Jerrid Morphy

different drivers won a feature – Marshall, Daryl Henwood, and Rick Willigar

3.33 was the third-best average finish of any driver, set by Morphy, across all three events

4th was the fourth-best average finish of any driver, set by Jeremy Barton, in the lone event he ran in 2020

different drivers scored a top-10 in each feature event – Marshall, Morphy, Willigar, and Henwood

drivers won a heat qualifier in 2020 – Marshall, Willigar, Henwood, John Karley, and Jake Gilbert

5.33 was the fifth-best average finish of any drivers, set by Willigar, across all three events

different drivers scored a top-five in both heats ran for 2020

11 different drivers scored a feature top-five in 2020

16.564 seconds was the lap set by Mike Podd en route to winning the pole for the opening event

17 different drivers scored a heat top-five in 2020

18 different drivers scored a feature top-10 in 2020

29 different drivers competed in at least one event

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