CONCORD, N.C. — World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series point leader Brad Sweet leads the June 17 edition of the National 410 Sprint Car Rankings with an average finish of 5.333.
Sweet, who has four World of Outlaws victories this season, has produced his 5.333 average finish in 30 starts. Drivers must have a minimum of 20 starts to qualify. And drivers who have more than 50 starts can toss out a maximum of 15 starts.
Pennsylvania racer Danny Dietrich, who leads the Eastern region with nine victories in 35 starts, ranks second in the national standings with an average finish of 5.943.
Ten-time World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz ranks third with an average finish of 6.00, while fellow WoO competitors Daryn Pittman and David Gravel round out the top five.
Lucas Wolfe is second in the Eastern region and ranks sixth in the national rankings.
Other regional leaders are Sweet (West), Buddy Kofoid (Great Lakes), Billy Balog (Great Plains), Paul Nienhiser (Mid America) and Jack Sodeman Jr. (Ohio-PA).
The season has been hampered by rain and drivers in most regions have yet to run enough races to qualify for the national rankings.
Seventy-two drivers have won 410 sprint car features through June 16 with Dietrich leading the way with nine victories. Sweet, Freddie Rahmer and Lance Dewease have each won four features.
To view the rankings for each division and the National rankings, click below.