The Numbers: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real

The Numbers: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real

Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (September 14, 2013) Every so often, a breakdown of the number surrounding the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real is in order.

The 22nd year of the national arm of the ASCS Nation, 36 dates of the scheduled 41 so far have been contested. Out of those dates, the number by which all seasons are measured is where a driver ranks in the series standings. Right now, the coveted No. 1 is held by Jason Johnson.

Having traded that spot five times with Johnny Herrera, and once with Roger Crockett, Johnson is by no means out the door running. As was witnessed in 2011, a lead of over 100 points can vanish in an instant as Johnny Herrera missed capturing his first $60,000 payday by a merer point to Shane Stewart.

In 2013, ten drivers have competed full time with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real with two of those competing for the Brodix Rookie of the Year.

The rest of the numbers, those are as follows.

Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real National Tour – As of August 31, 2013

Races: 41
Point Leader(s): 3
Feature Winners: 17
Events Contested: 36
Point Lead Change(s): 6
First time National Tour winners: 2
Average Car Count per Event: 35.222
Drivers Competing in at Least One Event: 339
Drivers with at Least One “A” Main Feature Start: 219
Drivers Making First Career Lucas Oil ASCS “A” Main Start: 44

Countries Represented: 3 (United States, Canada, and Australia)

States Represented (Drivers): 27 (Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington)

Heat Race Wins (73 winners in 150 Heat Races): Jeff Swindell 12, Jason Johnson 10, Dustin Morgan 9, Seth Bergman 8, Tony Bruce, Jr. 7, Brad Loyet 6, Brian Brown 6, Cole Wood 5, Christopher Bell 4, Johnny Herrera 4, Henry VanDam 4, Roger Crockett 4, Logan Forler 3, Patrick Stasa 2, Travis Rilat 2, Joe Wood, Jr. 2, Whit Gastineau 2, Matt Covington 2, Zach Pringle 2, Randy Martin 2, Tasker Phillips 2, Justyn Cox, Lucas Wofle, Willie Croft, Josh Baughman, Danny Wood, Mitch Olson, Tony Stewart, Lance Norick, Sean McClelland, John Carney II, Ray Allen Kulhanek, A.G. Rains, Jordon Mallett, Jay Russell, Miranda Arnold, Danny Lasoski, Wyatt Burks, Ray Seemann, Jack Dover, John James, Aaron Reutzel, Ryan Hall, Larry Howery, Kyle Sager, Jake Martens, Channin Tankersley, Micah Schliemann, Randy Hibbs, Billy Alley, Trever Kirkland, Randy Pierce, Trey Starks, Reece Gotez, Jake Waddell, Shane Golobic, Jon Agan, Kyle Larson, Danny Holtgraver, Don Droud, Jr., Russ Hall, Tony Shilling, Josh Higday, Tim Crawley, Derek Hagar, Kyle Bell, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Blake Hahn, Tyler Drueke, Brooke Tatnell, Gregg Bakker, Dusty Zomer, Bill Boles

“B” Main Wins (32 winners in 45 “B” Mains): Brad Loyet 4, Tony Bruce, Jr. 3, Logan Forler 3, Seth Bergman 3, Travis Rilat 2, Johnny Herrera 2, Jonathan Cornell 2, Scott Winters 2, Aaron Reutzel, Joshua Hodges, Cole Wood, Brady Bacon, Brian Brown, John James, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Dustin Morgan, Derek Hagar, Marshall Skinner, Ryan Roberts, Brandon Hahn, Jaime Passmore, Dylan Peterson, Philip Dietz, Jeff Swindell, Henry VanDam, Dustin Selvage, Terry McCarl, Justyn Cox, A.G. Rains, Anthony Nicholson, Jack Dover, Danny Lasoski

A” Main Starts (Point Races – Top 40): Jason Johnson 35, Brad Loyet 35, Johnny Herrera 34, Tony Bruce, Jr. 34, Jeff Swindell 33, Seth Bergman 32, Logan Forler 31, Cole Wood 31, Dustin Morgan 29, Brandon Hahn 20,Brian Brown 14, Roger Crockett 11, Justyn Cox 10, Danny Lasoski 9, Lucas Wolfe 8, Henry VanDam 8, Reece Gotez 8, Wayne Johnson 8, Shawn Petersen 7, Jack Dover 7, Tim Crawley 7, Randy Hibbs 7, Zach Pringle 7, Matt Covington 6, Travis Rilat 6, Chadd Noland 6, Kolt Walker 6, Christopher Bell 5, Tony Stewart 5, Scott Winters 5, Blake Hahn 4, Josh Baughman 4, Joshua Hodges 4, Brandon Hanks 4, Kyle Bellm 3, Channin Tankersley 4

”A” Main Wins (All Races): Jason Johnson 7, Jeff Swindell 5, Johnny Herrera 3 Roger Crockett 3, Brian Brown 3, Logan Forler 2, Brad Loyet 2, Danny Lasoski 2, Kyle Bell, Jack Dover, Seth Bergman, Jonathan Cornell, Tony Bruce, Jr., Travis Rilat, Shane Stewart, Justin Henderson, Tim Crawley

”A” Main Top-Five (All Races): Jason Johnson 21, Johnny Herrera 18, Jeff Swindell 17, Brad Loyet 15, Tony Bruce, Jr. 13, Logan Forler 10, Brian Brown 10, Dustin Morgan 7, Roger Crockett 6, Seth Bergman 5, Danny Lasoski 5, Cole Wood 3, Lucas Wolfe 3, Kyle Larson 3 Kevin Swindell 3, Tim Crawley 2, Matt Covington 2, Wayne Johnson 2, Travis Rilat 2, Christopher Bell 2, Tony Stewart 2, Ray Allen Kulhanek 2, Shane Stewart 2, Brad Sweet 2, Shawn Petersen, Jack Dover, Justyn Cox, Zach Pringle, Kyle Bellm, Jonathan Cornell, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Channin Tankersley, Sean McClelland, Miranda Arnold, Trey Starks, Gregg Bakker, Brady Bacon, Billy Alley, Derek Hagar, Mitch Olson, Justin Henderson, Joe Ramaker, Joe Wood, Jr., Cody Gardner, Brandon Wimmer, Clint Garner

”A” Main Top-Ten (All Races): Jason Johnson 30, Brad Loyet 27, Johnny Herrera 27, Jeff Swindell 23, Tony Bruce, Jr., 23, Logan Forler 22, Seth Bergman 19, Dustin Morgan 18, Brian Brown 13, Roger Crockett 8, Danny Lasoski 8, Cole Wood 8, Lucas Wolfe 7, Wayne Johnson 7, Travis Rilat 5, Henry VanDam 5, Tim Crawley 4, Matt Covington 4, Kyle Larson 3, Kevin Swindell 3, Ray Allen Kulhanek 3, Jack Dover 3, Jonathan Cornell 3, Derek Hagar 3, Blake Hahn 3, Shane Golobic 3, Christopher Bell 2, Tony Stewart 2, Shane Stewart 2, Brad Sweet 2, Zach Pringle 2, Channin Tankersley 2, Trey Starks 2, Brady Bacon 2, Joe Ramaker 2, Joe Wood, Jr. 2, Danny Wood 2 Chadd Noland 2, Tyler Drueke 2, Scott Winters 2, Mike Goodman 2, Jon Agan 2, Shawn Petersen, Justyn Cox, Kyle Bellm, Sam Hafertepe, Jr., Sean McClelland, Miranda Arnold, Gregg Bakker, Billy Alley, Mitch Olson, Justin Henderson, Cody Gardner, Lee Grosz, Brandon Wimmer, Clint Garner, Reece Goetz, Brandon Hanks, Kolt Walker, Kyle Sager, Derik Lusk, Brock Lemley, Robby Wolfgang, Dusty Ballenger, Jay Russell, Brooke Tatnell, Cody Baker, Randy Martin, Kevin Ramey, Morgan Turpen, Dylan Peterson, Steven Tiner, Dain Naida, David Hoiness, A.G. Rains, Don Droud, Jr., Josh Higday, Mason Moore, Willie Croft, Colin Baker, Kelly Miller, Randy Hannagan, Jonathan Beason, Micah Schliemann, Raymond Seemann, Tyson Hall, Justin Webb, Davey Heskin

”A” Main Laps Led (Total Laps: 1,020): Jason Johnson 206, Johnny Herrera 112, Jeff Swindell 92, Brad Loyet 91, Brian Brown 69, Danny Lasoski 54, Logan Forler 50, Roger Crockett 50, Tony Bruce, Jr. 42, Seth Bergman 34, Travis Rilat 29, Tim Crawley 28, Shane Stewart 25, Miranda Arnold 23, Justin Henderson, 20, Tasker Phillips 20, Christopher Bell 19, Jack Dover 13, Zach Pringle 10, Dustin Morgan 10, Kyle Bellm 8, Tony Stewart 4, Cole Wood 2, Cody Gardner 2

”A” Main-Cars Passed (Top 40): Logan Forler 176, Johnny Herrera 156, Tony Bruce, Jr. 151, Seth Bergman 108, Brad Loyet 99, Jason Johnson 86, Cole Wood 69, Brian Brown 64, Dustin Morgan 59, Danny Lasoski 54, Lucas Wolfe 30, Tim Crawley 29, Joe Ramaker 28, Wayne Johnson 28, Matt Covington 27, Jack Dover 22, Travis Rilat 21, Jonathan Connell 21, Kyle Larson 21, Brandon Hahn 19, Kolt Walker 18, Henry VanDam 17, Cody Baker 16, Dusty Ballenger 16, Jon Agan 15, Chadd Noland 14, Russ Hall 14, Kevin Swindell 14, Joshua Hodges 13, Tyler Blank 13, Steven Tiner 13, Roger Crockett 13, Scott Winters 13, Derek Hagar 13, Brandon Hanks 12, Reece Goetz 12, Zach Pringle 12, Jay Russell 11 Hard Charger: Logan Forler 4, Brad Loyet 3, Johnny Herrera 2, Tony Bruce, Jr. 3, Tim Crawley 3, Joe Ramaker 2, Jeff Swindell, Seth Bergman, Matt Covington, Jason Johnson, Lucas Wolfe, Danny Lasoski, Cole Wood, Morgan Montgomery, Dustin Morgan, Jonathan Cornell, Dylan Peterson, Steven Tiner, Chadd Noland, Henry VanDam, Russ Hall, Brian Brown

FSR High Point Driver of the Night: Logan Forler 6, Brad Loyet 5, Tony Bruce, Jr. 4, Jeff Swindell 3, Seth Bergman 2, Jason Johnson 2, Zach Pringle, Brian Brown, Raymond Seemann, Jack Dover, Johnny Herrera, Christopher Bell, Mike Goodman, Dustin Morgan, Roger Crockett, Mason Moore, Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

Provisional Breakdown (dates used):

Jason Johnson 2/22
Johnny Herrera 3/1, 8/30*
Brad Loyet 3/1, 3/2
Dustin Morgan 2/23, 3/2, 6/14
Jeff Swindell 3/22
Logan Forler 3/22, 6/20*, 8/30*
Bacon / Petersen 2/22, 3/1, 3/2
Cole Wood 4/5, 6/19*
Shawn Petersen 4/6
Brandon Hahn 4/6
Seth Bergman 5/23
Tony Bruce, Jr. 6/14, 6/15

*indicates use of a Bonus Provisional

Provisional Remaining:

Jason Johnson-4 (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus)
Jeff Swindell (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus)
Brandon Hahn (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus)
Seth Bergman (2 partial point / 2 full point bonus)
Johnny Herrera (2 partial point / 1 full point bonus)
Brad Loyet (1 partial point / 2 full point bonus)
Cole Wood (2 partial point / 1 full point bonus)
Tony Bruce, Jr. (1 partial point / 2 full point bonus) 
Dustin Morgan (2 full point bonus)
Logan Forler (2 partial point)

Breakdown – Date / Track / #of Drivers / Winner
22-Feb –Tucson Int. Raceway –36– Brian Brown
23-Feb –Tucson Int. Raceway –35– Roger Crockett
1-Mar– Cocopah Speedway –31– Jason Johnson
2-Mar –Cocopah Speedway –31– Jason Johnson
22-Mar –Devil’s Bowl Speedway –47– Kyle Bellm
23-Mar –Devils Bowl Speedway — Rain – NMU
5-Apr –Golden Triangle Raceway –37– Brad Loyet
6-Apr –I-30 Speedway –39– Jason Johnson
27-Apr –Riverside Int. Speedway — Rain – MU 5/4
4-May –Riverside Int. Speedway — Rain – NMU
17-May –U.S. 36 Raceway –31– Johnny Herrera
22-May –Valley Speedway –33– Johnny Herrera
23-May –I-80 Speedway –35– Danny Lasoski
25-May –Great American Dirt Track –19– Jack Dover
31-May –Salina Speedway –22– Seth Bergman
1-Jun –Eagle Raceway — Rain – NMU
14-Jun –Kennedale Speedway Park –42– Jason Johnson
15-Jun –Devil’s Bowl Speedway –37– Johnny Herrera
16-Jun –Ark-La-Tex Speedway –22– Logan Forler
19-Jun –Lawton Speedway –46– Jeff Swindell
20-Jun –Creek County Speedway –40– Jeff Swindell
22-Jun –Lucas Oil Speedway –37– Jonathan Cornell
6-Jul –I-90 Speedway –35– Logan Forler
8-Jul –Billings Motorsports Park — Rain – MU 7/9
9-Jul –Billings Motorsports Park –29– Jason Johnson
10-Jul –Electric City Speedway –30– Tony Bruce, Jr.
12-Jul –Grays Harbor Raceway –27– Travis Rilat
13-Jul –Grays Harbor Raceway –27– Jason Johnson
19-Jul –Cottage Grove Speedway –29– Roger Crockett
20-Jul –Cottage Grove Speedway –30– Roger Crockett
26-Jul –Willamette Speedway –22– Jeff Swindell
27-Jul –Willamette Speedway –22– Brad Loyet
1-Aug –Knoxville Raceway –48– Danny Lasoski
2-Aug –Knoxville Raceway –55– Justin Henderson
3-Aug –Knoxville Raceway –82– Shane Stewart
5-Aug –Southern Iowa Speedway –51– Brian Brown
17-Aug –Salina Highbanks –30– Jeff Swindell
22-Aug –I-30 Speedway –36– Tim Crawley
24-Aug –Lexington 104 Speedway –18– Jason Johnson
30-Aug –Jackson Speedway –39– Jeff Swindell
31-Aug –Jackson Speedway –38– Brian Brown

Driver Standings (Top 20 as of August 31, 2013)

  1. Jason Johnson-4307
  2. Johnny Herrera-4270
  3. Jeff Swindell-4133
  4. Brad Loyet-4088
  5. Tony Bruce Jr-3972
  6. Logan Forler-3950
  7. Seth Bergman-3777
  8. Dustin Morgan-3619
  9. Cole Wood-3457
  10. Brandon Hahn-2825
  11. Brian Brown-1649
  12. Roger Crockett-1454
  13. Shawn Petersen-1056
  14. Danny Lasoski-1053
  15. Jack Dover-985
  16. Justyn Cox-951
  17. Tim Crawley-940
  18. Blake Hahn-933
  19. Lucas Wolfe-929
  20. Matt Covington-914

Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV on the web:

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The 2013 season marks the twenty-second year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation and into Canada. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of nine different Regions throughout the nation.

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