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Four-Way Tie atop the ‘TDN’ Northeast Sprintcar Championship

Welcome back for another year of ranking the best sprint car drivers in the Northeast. Following a successful inaugural campaign in 2015, our unique points system returns for a second season.

Here is a recap of last season’s championship results:

For those unfamiliar with our system, here are a few of the basic principles:

  • Feature finishes are the only way to accrue points
  • Tiered scoring system based on car count
    • 23 or less cars: 1st(3), 2nd(2), 3rd(1)
    • 24-32 cars: 1st(4), 2nd(3), 3rd(2), 4th(1)
    • 33 or more cars: 1st(5), 2nd(4), 3rd(3), 4th(2), 5th(1)
  • Points began on April 1 and end on October 31
  • All ‘410’ Sprint Car races at Northeastern tracks count towards the championship
    • A full schedule of counting races can be found here
You’ll notice that we are 2 weekends into the new championship season already. Only 4 of the possible 15 races have been ran, with the remaining 11 falling victim to rain, snow, or wet conditions.
With only 4 races counting towards points, 13 drivers have already registered at least one point, and we currently have a four-way tie atop the standings.
Scheduled Races for the Coming Weekend
Friday, April 15 – Attica, Lernerville, & Williams Grove
Saturday, April 16 – Atomic, Fremont, Lincoln, Mercer, Port Royal, & Wayne County
Sunday, April 17 – Bedford
Current Standings – Updated 4/11/2016
1. Alan Krimes (4)
    Freddie Rahmer (4)
    Greg Hodnett (4)
    Pat Cannon (4)
5. Cory Haas (3)
    Lance Dewease (3)
    Lucas Wolfe (3)
    Steve Buckwalter (3)
9. Blane Heimbach (2)
    Doug Esh (2)
    Gerard McIntyre (2)
12. Brock Zearfoss (1)
      Mike Wagner (1)



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