For their first full season at Sunset Speedway, the Jr Late Models proved to put on a show each weekend on the track. Whether it was thrilling battles for position, or watching the kids grow from their mistakes, the fans in the stands were entertained.
While consistency was the key to Kyle Parker winning the championship, there were a lot of other memorable numbers from 2021.
1 heat victory was credited to Del Freiburger on opening night
2 feature wins for Laila Walser led the way for all drivers this season
2 heat wins for Cole Burrows, Ryder White, Parker and Walser led all drivers this season
3 drivers won a feature this season – Parker, Walser, and White
3 drivers scored more than two feature top-five’s – Parker, Keegan Moat, and Walser
3rd was the second-best average feature finish of the season, set by Brandan Magee
3.25 was the third-best average feature finish of the season, set by Walser
4 feature top-five’s for Parker led all drivers, giving him a perfect campaign
4 feature top-10’s for Parker, Oliver Ferguson, White, Moat, and Walser led all drivers, giving them perfect campaigns
4.33 was the fourth-best average feature finish of the season, set by Jake Spencer-Walt
4.5 was the fifth-best average feature finish of the season, set by White
5 drivers scored more than three heat top-five’s – White, Parker, Walser, Ferguson, and Moat.
5th was the sixth-best average feature finish of the season, set by Burrows, Ferguson, and Chase Stevenart
7 heat top-five’s for White, Parker and Walser led all drivers this season
8 of Parker won his lone feature of the season on opening night
9 different drivers scored at least one feature top-five
9 points seperated Parker and Walser at season’s end
9 different drivers scored at least one heat top-five
13 different drivers ran at least one race this season
13 different drivers scored at least one feature top-10 this season
88 of White capped off his year on a high with a victory at Fall Velocity