Justin Peck has risen to the top in the latest national rankings. (Photo Hein Brothers)
Justin Peck has moved to the top of the National Sprint Car Rankings with Kings Royal and Historical Big One winner Brent Marks a close second.
With 58 starts, Peck was able to drop his eight worst finishes. The others will also be able to drop their worse finishes – up to 15 – once they reach 50 starts.
Peck has an average finish of 5,420 in 58 starts, while Marks has an average finish of 5,469 in 49 races.
Marks made $175,000 this weekend and $100,000 payday at Ohio’s Eldora Speedway and has won 13 features this season.
World of Outlaws points leader Brad Sweet is in third place with an average finish of 5,925 in 40 races.
Western Pennsylvania racer AJ Flick is in fourth and Danny Dietrich is fifth.
Macri continues to lead the Eastern Region and Dominic Scelzi tops the Western Region rankings.
Jason Keith remains at the top of the Central America region, while Cole Macedo rules the Great Lakes region.
Austin McCarl leads the Great Plains points and AJ Flick leads the PA-Ohio region standings.
Tyler Courtney heads the Northwest region.
One hundred and four drivers have won 255 races together this season.
See Regional Standings on the next page.