Sweet Continues To Lead National Sprint Rankings

PHOTOS: Prelude To The Ironman
Brad Sweet (49) battles Jac Haudenschild during the Prelude to the Ironman at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55. (Mark Funderburk photo)

CONCORD, N.C. — Brad Sweet holds the top spot in the National Sprint Car Rankings for the ninth straight week.

Heading into this weekend’s World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Sweet holds a slim lead over Donny Schatz.

Sweet has an average finish of 3.426 in 76 starts, while Schatz is second with a 3.552 average finish in 73 starts.

Both drivers have two races at the World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte remaining this season.

David Gravel ranks third, with Danny Dietrich and Aaron Reutzel completing the top five.

Dietrich leads the Eastern region on the strength of 14 victories, while other regional leaders are Buddy Kofoid (Great Lakes), Billy Balog (Great Plains), Dominic Scelzi (West), Jacob Patton (Mid-America), Donny Schatz (Northwestern) and Carl Bowser. (Ohio-PA).

One hundred and 30 drivers have combined to win 381 features run through Nov. 3, with 715 drivers participating.

Click below to view the full rankings for each region.