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  1. 2009 he won a special at Humberstone. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/results.php?id=4099
  2. This is where I wish I had more time to keep loading older and older results. Maybe someday (please don't hold your breathe) I will be able to get a more definitive answer. But for the data I have I can give you the answer for the last 17 years. At one track, Tremont and Heffner at the Valley then Strunk at VonDohren at Grandview. I think the key thing to notice is Lebanon Valley and Orange County with two classes can rack up quite a few races in one season, then the tracks further South tend to have a much longer season. Races per season For all tracks head to head, that honor moves over to Central New York. As you can see in the image Billy Decker and Pat Ward lead this one with 848 events over the last 17 years, followed by Billy Decker and Matt Sheppard with 817. Again, I understand that this is only 17 years of the over 50 people are looking at, but it is nice to add some definitive numbers in there. PS if anyone wants to know a certain combination, you can do it here https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/drivercompare.php
  3. Right I do agree that the season is just starting, and the lack of weekly racing is going to play a role in driver's win totals. But looking at the previous season's numbers only Matt and a full time Stew are the only ones to significantly go past the 20 win mark. Most other drivers are only a few over and as you can see most of the drivers are behind where they normally are to date. 100% on Larry, he has the second most wins this year, and has been looking very strong as of late. I have attached his past seasons to date numbers.
  4. Some additional information. Matt Sheppard, Stewart Friesen, Erick Rudolph and Mat Williamson statistics for where they were for this date in past seasons. Weblink for Past Season Comparison As you can see some drivers are not that far behind where they might be on starts, but since "weekly" racing has just started, most of these races have been against each other, rather than competing in separate silos with fewer interactions.
  5. For the first time (in a long, long time or ever) could we potentially see a season where no driver reaches 20 wins in a season? The latest projections from our site show that this might be the case. See the attachment below or https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/projections.php. Have to think one of the biggest factors is the number of races that have been available for drivers to compete in, but also some drivers are off to slower starts than in seasons past. Does anyone think someone will get hot and reach the 20 win plateau or are we too far into the season for someone to make it there?
  6. I think that is the other Thunder Mountain in PA https://thundermountainspeedwaypa.com/
  7. 33.3%, best among all drivers with at least 10 starts in that time frame. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/statistics.php?startdate=2019-09-15&enddate=2020-12-31&IDseries=0&IDtrack=0&stat=7&IDspecial=0&group=0&class=0&starts=10
  8. No doubt. I was saying Williamson and Rudolph being in the top tier and I think Susice, Bowman and Lindberg have made themselves known over the past few seasons at Super Dirt Week and when the touring series' head west.
  9. If Mat had run all of the races at Merrittville, he would have easily locked it up. With two less races than the rest of the field he was only 34 points out. 7 wins in 12 races and top 5s in the rest of them. But yes I agree the Niagara region has a great group of drivers including two of the best in the business right now.
  10. Rich has made 3 starts this year. One at the DIRTcar Nationals in Feb, the Thunder in the Thousand Islands at Can-Am, and a weekly race on May 10th at Albany-Saratoga. The last 3 years he has averaged around 37 starts per year. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/profile.php?id=18
  11. Attention Android and Google Chrome users. You can now get results notifications from your favorite Drivers, Tracks and Series sent directly to your phone, tablet or computer. It is a simple process to enable your device. All you need to do is go to your favorite Driver/Track/Series page on our site. Create an account using Facebook, Google, or email. Then simply subscribe for results sent directly to you. Detailed information here https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/subscription.php. This is a relatively new technology, so I am starting small before adding more notification features. Notifications will show in your desktop Chrome browser as shown below. And your Android Phone as shown below. Thanks and I hope you find this useful, -Dennis
  12. I know our data only goes back to 2004, but Matt owns the three longest streaks that we have seen over the last 15+ years. Here is a link to the data. You can also go by a driver's streak at an individual track, series, event, engine type, or any combination of those. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/longeststreak.php?startdates=2004-01-01&enddates=2019-12-31&IDseries=0&IDtrack=0&stat=2&IDspecial=0&class=0
  13. Definitely some options out there, depends on how you like to view it. We have 3 different views on our site. List View: https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/schedule.php Calendar View: https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/calendar.php Map View: https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/vacationmap.php I personally look at a couple, as changes happen often times without notice.
  14. If anyone is looking for some additional information on Paul's modified career, we have it all here https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/profile.php?id=626 Bottom line... 9 Seasons, 276 starts, 1 Win, 16 Top 5s and 74 Top 10s And a comparison between JF and Paul for fun.
  15. Hey Everyone, As the majority of the tour drivers are starting to head south we thought it would be a neat idea to do a full evaluation of the 2018 Super DIRTcar series points events. I have gone through and added some additional statistics and their definition is shown below. As always if you are willing to help us document history send me a message on here, Facebook, Twitter or from the website. 2018 Super DIRTcar Series Statistics Best Average Finish (Min 5 Starts): Matt Sheppard – 5.79 Best Average Start (Min 5 Starts): Matt Sheppard – 6.13 Most Starts: 9 Drivers – 24 Most Top 5s: Erick Rudolph – 16 Most Top 10s: Erick Rudolph/Matt Sheppard – 20 Most Wins: Stewart Friesen – 5 Best Top 5 Percentage (Min 5 Starts): Erick Rudolph – 66.67% Best Top 10 Percentage (Min 5 Starts): Billy Dunn – 100.00% Best Win Percentage (Min 5 Starts): Stewart Friesen – 35.71% Most Different Track Starts: 9 Drivers – 20 Most Different Track Top 5s: Erick Rudolph – 13 Most Different Track Top 10s: Erick Rudolph/Matt Sheppard – 17 Most Different Track Wins: Stewart Friesen – 5 Fast Time Trial: Matt Sheppard – 6 Fastest Feature Lap: Matt Sheppard – 5 Net Positions Gained: Adam Roberts – 102 Avg Net Positions Gained (Min 5 Starts): Jack Lehner – 6.50 Positions Gained: Rich Scagliotta – 130 Avg. Positions Gained (Min 5 Starts): David Hebert – 7.80 Times Positions Gained: Adam Roberts – 19 Longest Top 5 Streak: Erick Rudolph – 9 Longest Top 10 Streak: Matt Sheppard – 13 Longest Win Streak: Stewart Friesen/Tim Fuller – 2 Oldest Winner: Brett Hearn – 60 Years 78 Days Youngest Winner: Larry Wight – 25 Years 357 Days Fastest Feature Lap: Steve Bernard (Cornwall Motor Speedway) – 13.783 Fastest Average Feature Lap: Matt Sheppard (Cornwall Motor Speedway) – 18.315 Closest Margin of Victory: Larry Wight (Oswego Speedway) – 0.291 Fastest Race: Tim Fuller (The Dirt Track at Charlotte) – 17:15.595 Fastest Qualifying Time: Matt Sheppard (Cornwall Motor Speedway) – 13.091 Most Feature Fast Laps: Matt Sheppard – 5 Most Laps Led: Matt Sheppard – 604 Avg. Laps Led per Race Led: Mike Mahaney – 63.00 Avg. Laps Led per Start (Min 5 Starts): Stewart Friesen – 31.57 Races Led: Matt Sheppard – 11 Most Consecutive Laps Led: Matt Sheppard - 152 Total Events: 24 Month with most events: July – 9 Week with most events: Week 29 – 3 Day with most events: 7th – 3 Date with most events: November 3rd – 2 Weekday with most events: Saturday – 7 *Net Positions Gained is the difference between a driver’s starting position and finishing position including positive and positive positions gained. *Net Avg. Positions Gained is the difference between a driver’s starting position and finishing position including positive and positive positions gained averaged across the races started. *Positions Gained is the difference between a driver’s starting position and finishing position, only counting a better finishing position. *Avg. Positions Gained is the difference between a driver’s starting position and finishing position, only counting a better finishing position averaged across the races started. *Streaks are driver streaks not series streaks, therefore if a driver does not start the race it will not end the streak. Be sure to add our page to your mobile device home screen for an app like experience. Find us on Facebook and Twitter. Also visit Auto Racing Research Associates, our sister site, for even more statistics. -Dennis
  16. Best of 2018. The links are the complete list for the category. Best Average Finish (Min 22 Races): Billy VanPelt – 4.76 Most Starts: Matt Sheppard – 85 Most Top 5s: Matt Sheppard – 55 Most Top 10s: Matt Sheppard – 70 Most Wins: Matt Sheppard – 26 Best Top 5 Percentage (Min 22 Races): Rex King Jr. – 84.62% Best Top 10 Percentage (Min 22 Races): Rex King Sr. – 95.65% Best Win Percentage (Min 22 Races): Stewart Friesen – 40.00% Most Different Track Starts: Matt Sheppard – 30 Most Different Track Top 5s: Erick Rudolph – 22 Most Different Track Top 10s: Matt Sheppard –26 Most Different Track Wins: Matt Sheppard – 11 Longest Top 5 Streak: Rex King Jr. – 17 Longest Top 10 Streak: Danny O’Brien – 23 Longest Win Streak: Matt Sheppard – 6 Oldest Winner: Ray Swinehart – 64 Years 261 Days Youngest Winner: Ricky Davis III – 17 Years 305 Days Fastest Feature Lap: Kayle Robidoux (Cornwall Motor Speedway) – 13.033 Fastest Average Feature Lap: Steve Bernard (Le RPM Speedway) – 14.928 Closest Margin of Victory: Matt Sheppard (Utica-Rome Speedway and Cornwall Motor Speedway) – 0.042 Most Feature Fast Laps: Matt Sheppard – 16 Events Ran: Lebanon Valley Speedway – 29 Largest Average Starting Field Size: Oswego Speedway – 40.51 Different Starters: Orange County Fair Speedway – 112 Different Top 5 Finishers: Orange County Fair Speedway – 47 Different Top 10 Finishers: Orange County Fair Speedway – 61 Different Winners: Lebanon Valley Speedway – 15 Average Fastest Feature Lap: Accord Speedway –13.433 Average Feature Lap: Weedsport Speedway – 24.110 Average Closest Margin of Victory : The Dirt Track at Charlotte – 0.386 Total Events: 559 Month with most events: June – 137 Week with most events: Week 25 and Week 26 – 36 Day with most events: 15th – 28 Date with most events: June 30th – 20 Weekday with most events: Saturday- 277 We recently redesigned the site with mobile and speed in mind. If you notice any issues please get ahold of us. Currently we are adding results from 2004 and 2005 into the database, once they are completed, we will make them public. Our goal is to have this completed around March. Be sure to add our page to your mobile device home screen for an app like experience. Find us on Facebook and Twitter. Also visit Auto Racing Research Associates, our sister site, for even more statistics. -Dennis
  17. 19 Drivers have attempted to qualify for each of the first four races in the North series. Drivers in that list are Friesen, Higbie, Decker, Mahaney, Perrego, Gular, Howard, Williamson, Laubach, Jeremy Smith, Creeden, Sheppard, Krummel, Godown, Nye, Bachetti, Tonkin, Hanson, and Hurlburt.
  18. Overall for Rocky: 19 Starts, 1 Win, 5 Top 5s, 15 Top 10s in 2018. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/profile.php?id=732
  19. Friesen has 18 starts this year Here are the leaders in wins this year. Matt Sheppard Stewart Friesen Mat Williamson Anthony Perrego
  20. Our site has something that will work great for this application. Just put in the days that you will be over here and it will display the tracks on a map with the races during that time period. If you mouseover the map pointer, it will give you the dates that the tracks are racing. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/vacationmap.php Alternatively you can view the schedule in a list view https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/schedule.php or on a calendar https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/calendar.php.
  21. Here is where Matt has been each year on May 9th. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/pastseasoncompare.php?D1=10&IDseries=0&D2=&IDtrack=0&D3=&sm=1&sd=1&D4=&em=5&ed=9&D5=&starts=0&category=0&class=0 Here is where Matt has been with the same amount of starts as he has now (14) <- Yes those are starts not attempts, just how we log the data no need to go over this again. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/pastseasoncompare.php?D1=10&IDseries=0&D2=&IDtrack=0&D3=&sm=1&sd=1&D4=&em=5&ed=9&D5=&starts=0&current=1&category=1&class=0
  22. T-Mac's Mod stats since 2006. https://nemodfacts.racestatcentral.com/profile.php?id=44
  23. For my statistical purposes a start is when you start the race. The reason behind this, because (not so bad anymore) but you will run into issues where DNQ's are not listed. But yes I agree he has 7 attempts.
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