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2019 Pennsylvania Super Late Model Power Rankings

2019 rankings

Hey there race fans, it’s Monday (albeit a couple hours later than it’s usually posted, because I had to actually work today, I usually have Mondays off), so that means it’s time for the weekly update to the top ten on these rankings that we keep.

Mother nature proved to not be a race fan this week, as both Lernerville and Bedford were forced to cancel Friday, and Saturday saw Dog Hollow cancel, and Port Royal had a lengthy rain delay during their program. This weekend looks to have a better forecast, but it’s early. Hopefully, it stays the way it is now, and the tracks affected by rain finally get their shows in.

That said, Port Royal and Selinsgrove were able to complte their features this week, so they were the only tracks scored. Both shows were regular weekly shows, so they were scored on the five point scale. Both tracks ran Saturday night.

Remember, when a driver didn’t score,  they’re not going to have any results listed next to their name. It got a little tiresome trying to come up with different ways to say they didn’t score, and I’m sure it was just as tiresome reading, so now the only drivers with results listed will be the drivers that managed to score. This will be in place from now forward.

That said, Let’s get to those rankings.

1. Jeff Rine (2), 23 points. Jeff ran fourth at Port Royal.

2. Dylan Yoder, 15 points. Dylan came home second at Port Royal.

3. Mason Ziegler, 14 points.

4. Jason Covert (1), 13 points.

5. Rick Eckert (1), 12 points.

6. Michael Norris (1), 10 points.

7. Max Blair, 7 points.

8. Coleby Frye (1), 6 points. Coleby was fifth under the checkers at Selinsgrove.

8. Danny Snyder, 6 points.

8. Austin Hubbard, 6 points.

8. Gregg Satterlee, 6 points.

And that’s our top ten for this week. I know, I know, it’s actually eleven, but ties have created a logjam.

One of the big reasons I hope everybody gets their shows in next week is I can hopefully start putting results next to way more of our top ten’s names. Once the season is in full swing, I tend to think they’ll all have results, but to this point, there have really only been a show or two a weekend, and those races don’t typically attract all of our top ten to begin with.

Hopefully we’ll see ya at a track this weekend!

 

 

 

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