Marks shoots to the top in the latest Sprint Car rankings

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Brent Marks (photo by Dan Demarco)

With five wins in one week and the Pennsylvania Speedweek Championship, Brent Marks jumped past Brad Sweet to top the National Sprint Car Rankings.

Marks has won 11 sprint cars this season and has an average finish of 5,511 in 45 starts this season. He has won three World of Outlaws races of those 11 triumphs.

Sweet meanwhile continued his consistency and is in second place with an average finish of 6.0 in 34 races this season.

Justin Peck is in third place and is one of two drivers to reach the 50-start plateau, allowing him to drop his lowest finishes. Peck has an average finish of 6,120 in 52 races this season.

Anthony Macri and Dominic Scelzi round out the top five of the ranking.

Macri, the country’s biggest winner with 14 wins, continues to lead the eastern region.

Dominic Scelzi remains at the top of the standings in the western region.

Jason Keith remains at the top of the Central America region, while Cole Macedo, who won his fourth feature film of the season this weekend, extended his lead in 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.

Ninety-eight drivers have won 219 races together this season.

See Regional Standings on the next page.