CHAMPIONSHIP CLINCH SCENARIOS
Did you know that Scott Lancaster remains mathematically capable of defending his 2014 Limited Sportsman track championship? Or that 2012 Street Stock titlist Barry Gregory could emerge as the class champion for the second time? Yes, even Matt Bowling has an outside chance of unseating Lee Pulliam for the Late Model track championship… Just ask Wayne Ramsey and 2010 come-from-behind Late Model champion Brandon Dean.
For the 16 championship contenders remaining, anything is possible. Check out the challengers’ championship clinch scenarios below:
O’Reilly Auto Parts Late Model Division:
#83 BOWLING: The 84-point deficit equates to 42 points per feature. Thus, Bowling must finish 22 positions ahead of Lee Pulliam on average in each race.
Collision Plus Limited Sportsman Division:
#13 CALDWELL: Must finish 2 positions ahead of Julia Landauer
#18 SAUL: Must finish 7 positions ahead of Julia Landauer AND 6 positions ahead of Richard Caldwell.
#27 RANSOM: Must finish 11 positions ahead of Julia Landauer, 10 positions ahead of Richard Caldwell, AND 5 positions ahead of Dylan Saul.
#41 WEEKS: Must finish 16 positions ahead of Julia Landauer, 15 positions ahead of Richard Caldwell, 10 positions ahead of Dylan Saul, AND 6 positions ahead of Taylor Ransom.
New River Nissan MOD-4 Division:
#55 WILLIAMS: Must finish 4 positions ahead of Doodle Lang.
Carpet Factory Outlet Street Stock Division:
#16 HOLLANDSWORTH: Must finish 3 positions ahead of Doug Williams.
#9 GREGORY: Must finish 8 positions ahead of Doug Williams AND 6 positions ahead of Scooter Hollandsworth.
#18 HOWELL, JR.: Must finish 5 positions ahead of Rodney Howell.