Monday, July 9, 2018
The 2018 Pennsylvania Super Late Model Power Rankings: Week 15
Hey there race fans, It's Monday, so that means it's time to update these rankings.
This runs from last Monday all the way through last night, and with it being a holiday week, there were a ton of races, and amazingly, all of them got in without a hitch from Mother Nature. I can't even begin to list all the races that counted towards this, so I'll just list the the finishes for the top ten as usual.
I made mention last week that I had trouble finding full results for Mckean's show on June 30th. I was finally able to locate those results, and the point totals for scoring drivers have been added to the totals.
That said, as I mentioned earlier, there were a ton of races within this scoring period. I believe I have located all the results for those races, but there's always a chance I have missed something. If you ever notice a result that I have messed up, please don't hesitate to let us know.
Now let's go ahead and get to those results.
1. Jeff Rine********, 83 points. Jeff won Friday at Bedford.
2. Dylan Yoder****, 63 points. Dylan was second Tuesday at Selinsgrove and fourth Friday at Bedford.
3. Max Blair*******, 59 points. Max won at Mckean on Tuesday.
4. Jared Miley****, 49 points. Jared had a scoreless week.
5. Michael Norris******, 43 points. Michael picked up the win Friday at Lernerville.
6. Mike Maresca**, 42 points. Mike failed to score any points this week.
7. Greg Oakes***, 35 points. Greg was third Tuesday at Mckean and got the win at Thunder Mountain Friday.
8. Coleby Frye*, 34 points. Coleby batted .000 for the week.
9. Bryan Bernheisel***, 33 points. Bryan won Tuesday at Selinsgrove.
9. Chris Madden**, 33 points. Chris was unable to score this week.
And that's our top ten. Check back next week to see where your favorites land after this weekend's action. Weather looks good for a full slate of action again. After an early season full of disappointment, it looks like we've finally turned the corner with the weather. Maybe Mother Nature is a racing fan after all.