Canadian Vintage Modified

BY THE NUMBERS: Canadian Vintage Modifieds

MILLGROVE, Ontario — Heading into Canadian Vintage Modifieds Championship night at Flamboro Speedway, it gives us one last chance to see where the numbers stand after a year of great competitive action on-track.

1 is the best average finish of all drivers, set by Jeremy Riopelle, sweeping both features on July 30

1.9565 is the second-best average finish of all drivers, set by TJ Marshall, across 23 features

03 of Jake Gilbert got a feature win

3.6316 is the third-best average finish of all drivers, set by Ricky Willigar, across 19 features

4 feature wins for Quintin Murdoch

4.08 is the best average finish of all drivers to run all 25 features, set by Quintin Murdoch

4.5 is the fifth-best average finish of all drivers, set by Darren McLennon, across two features

4.6522 is the sixth-best average finish of all drivers, set by Mike Podd, across 23 features

5th is the seventh-best average finish of all drivers, set by Daryl Henwood, across two features

5 feature wins for Willigar

7 drivers have an average finish of fifth or better

9 different drivers have won at least one feature

10 or more top-five’s have been scored by Marshall, Quintin Murdoch, Podd, Willigar, and Rodney Rutherford

15 of Marshall has the most feature wins with nine

18 of June was Podd’s lone feature win

19 of Mike Westwood got a feature win

20 drivers have an average finish of 10th or better

21 or more top-10’s have been scored by Quintin Murdoch, Marshall, Podd, Jae Pepin, Steve Murdoch, and Scott Tonelli

22 different drivers have ran at least one feature

23 top-five’s for Marshall leads all drivers

24 points separate Marshall and Quintin Murdoch at the top of the standings

24 top-10’s for Quintin Murdoch leads all drivers

25 of June was Rodney Rutherford’s lone feature win

25 features have been ran

42 of Steve Murdoch got a feature win

The next event at the oval for the stock cars is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, with the champions set to be crowned the rest of the home track divisions, as well as the Qwick Wick T.Q. Can-Am Midgets. The action will include the Canadian Vintage Modifieds, Canadian Legend Car Series, Mini Stocks, and Pure Stocks.

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By: Ashley McCubbin

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