Marks Steady, Peck To Second In Latest Sprint Car Rankings




Brent Marks races around Lernerville Speedway. (Paul Arch Photo)

Brent Marks leads the National Sprint Car Rankings for the second consecutive week despite having a winless week.

Marks has a 5,435 average finish in 46 starts this season and holds the top spot ahead of Justin Peck, who moved into second place in the rankings with a 5,800 average finish in a national-best 55 starts. Peck is among several drivers who have reached the 50-start plateau, allowing him to drop his lowest finishes.

World of Outlaws point leader Brad Sweet ranks third with an average finish of 5,943 in 35 races.

Anthony Macri, who has won a national-best 16 features including two this past weekend, is fourth in the rankings with teenager Ryan Timms fifth.

Macri continues to lead the Eastern region and Dominic Scelzi tops the Western region standings.

Jason Keith remains at the top of the Mid-America region, while Cole Macedo, who won his fifth feature of the season over the weekend, extended his lead in the Great Lakes region.

Austin McCarl heads the Great Plains points and AJ Flick, who won his ninth feature of the season, leads the PA-Ohio region standings.

Tyler Courtney leads the Northwest region.

One hundred and one drivers have combined to win 237 features run this season.

See Regional Standings on the Next Page.

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