Brent Marks retained the top spot in the National Sprint Car Rankings for the second consecutive week.
However, with numerous drivers having reached the 50-start plateau and dropping their worst finishes, the gap among the top three drivers is closer than it’s been all season.
Marks has a 4.4 average finish in 54 starts this season, while Danny Dietrich has moved into the second spot with a 4.680 average finish in 60 starts.
Justin Peck ranks third with a 4.860 average finish in a national-best 62 races. Anthony Macri and Brad Sweet round out the top five.
Mark Dobmeier has moved into the lead in the Great Plains region and Trey Starks moved to the top of the heap in the Northwestern region.
Other regional leaders are Macri (Eastern), Dominic Scelzi (Western), Jason Keith (Mid-America), Cole Macedo (Great Lakes) and A.J. Flick (PA-Ohio).
It was the busiest weekend of the season, with 24 winged 410 features run.
One hundred and 22 have combined to win 296 features run this season.
See the Regional Standings on the Next Page.
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