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Golobic on the Climb as Sanders Stays atop Rod End Supply Winged 360 Power Rankings!

Lonnie Wheatley, BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (September 9, 2022) – Justin Sanders maintains his hold on the lead in the latest edition of the 2022 Rod End Supply Winged 360 Sprint Car Power Rankings.

Sanders has extended his advantage to 134 points over Canada’s Dylan Westbrook with Terry McCarl just another five points back in third.

While the top three of Sanders, Westbrook and McCarl remains the same, it’s Shane Golobic that has been on the move in recent weeks with three wins to climb all the way from 11th to fourth and within three points of McCarl in third.

Golobic’s recent run of wins includes a triumph over a field of 44 at Placerville on August 27 before a Nor Cal Posse Shootout triumph at Placerville as well on September 3 and then an SCCT Gold Cup kickoff win on Wednesday night to run his season win total in the winged 360 ranks to seven.

Davie Franek fills out the current top five, with Wayne Johnson, Blake Hahn, Aaron Reutzel, Tanner Carrick and Chase Randall completing the current top ten.  Like fellow Californian Golobic, Carrick also made his way into he top ten after being previously ranked 14th.

Golobic and Carrick supplanted Garet Williamson and Andy Forsberg from the top ten.

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The Rod End Supply Winged 360 Sprint Car Power Rankings are a part of the Open Wheel Power Rankings that also includes STIDA Winged 410s, Non-Wing Sprint Cars and Midgets.

A look at this year’s current Top 50 in Rod End Supply Winged 360 Sprint Car Power Rankings is as follows:

RankNameWinsPtsPrev
1Justin Sanders115501
2Dylan Westbrook74162
3Terry McCarl74113
4Shane Golobic740811
5Davie Franek43984
6Wayne Johnson63775
7Blake Hahn33658
8Aaron Reutzel73466
9Tanner Carrick434314
10Chase Randall63377
11Derek Hagar1131112
12Garet Williamson030610
13Andy Forsberg43019
14Sam Hafertepe, Jr.529019
15Matt Covington227917
16Jordan Poirier727015
17Clint Garner426513
18Max Stambaugh225820
19Ryan Turner425725
20Jason Martin225327
21Dale Howard524618
22Danny Varin824423
23Brandon Anderson223926
24Mark Smith823516
25Paulie Colagiovanni423421
26Chase Johnson422522
27Tim Crawley222224
28Kaleb Johnson021729
29Dominic Scelzi321234
30Tony Gomes219439
31D.J. Netto319128
32Cory Turner319030
33Trey Starks918931
34Shawn Donath218932
35Phil Gressman218943
36Liam Martin317851
37Mitch Brown117847
38Dustin Daggett217341
39Terry Gray017235
40Danny Sams III317138
41Jason Shultz516833
42Logan Forler416740
43Jared Horstman416449
44Jodie Robinson116442
45Howard Moore116336
46Blake Carrick116237
47Riley Goodno115964
48Jordon Mallett415445
49Tanner Holmes115444
50Seth Bergman415254

Breaking into the Top 50:  Liam Martin, Riley Goodno, Seth Bergman.

Falling out of the Top 50:  Joel Myers, Jr., Brad Bowden, Ryan Timms.

Features Completed: 401 (461 in 2021, 262 in 2020, 565 in 2019, 565 in 2018, 614 in 2017, 635 in 2016, 645 in 2015, 676 in 2014, 687 in 2013)

Number of Different Winners: 177 (187 in 2021, 125 in 2020, 221 in 2019, 219 in 2018, 245 in 2017, 249 in 2016, 237 in 2015, 265 in 2014, 257 in 2013)

Number of Drivers to Earn Points: 581 (608 in 2021, 489 in 2020, 753 in 2019, 737 in 2018, 774 in 2017, 820 in 2016, 828 in 2015, 867 in 2014, 869 in 2013)

Past Top Tens in Winged 360 Sprint Car Power Rankings:

2021 – 1. J.J. Hickle (6) 748, 2. Justin Sanders (16) 655, 3. Blake Hahn (9) 652, 4. Dominic Scelzi (14) 569, 5. Ryan Timms (9) 556, 6. Dylan Westbrook (5) 555, 7. Shane Golobic (7) 515, 8. Tanner Carrick (7) 506, 9. Matt Covington (4) 480, 10. Dale Howard (8) 458.

2020 – 1. Mark Smith (20) 682, 2. Shane Golobic (7) 356, 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (10) 497, 4. J.J. Hickle (2) 456, 5. Dale Howard (6) 400, 6 Blake Carrick (3) 366, 7. Blake Hahn (5) 346, 8. Derek Hagar (7) 339, 9. Tanner Carrick (3) 336, 10. Jack Dover (7) 329.

2019 – 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (12) 708, 2. Mark Smith (14) 638, 3. Seth Bergman (6) 558, 4. Davie Franek (9) 542, 5. Blake Hahn (7) 532, 6. Andy Forsberg (13) 514, 7. Dylan Westbrook (10) 508, 8. Justin Sanders (9) 493, 9. Shane Golobic (8) 476, 10. Wayne Johnson (7) 447.

2018 – 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (14) 723, 2. Seth Bergman (10) 637, 3. Mark Smith (14) 611, 4. Andy Forsberg (14) 560, 5. Blake Hahn (2) 536, 6. Wayne Johnson (5) 522, 7. Justin Sanders (12) 515, 8. Dylan Westbrook (11) 507, 9. Steve Poirier (9) 475, 10. Jack Dover (12) 456.

2017 – 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (19), 901, 2. Aaron Reutzel (6) 653, 3. Seth Bergman (3) 627, 4. Wayne Johnson (3) 564, 5. Derek Hagar (8) 512, 6. Matt Covington (1) 490, 7. Johnny Herrera (3) 470, 8. Justin Sanders (10) 468, 9. Morgan Turpen (10) 466, 10. Dylan Westbrook (14) 440.

2016 – 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (10) 716, 2. Aaron Reutzel (8) 713, 3. Johnny Herrera (7) 623, 4. Derek Hagar (13) 607, 5. Mark Smith (11) 604, 6. Seth Bergman (7) 587, 7. Wayne Johnson (4) 525, 8. Blake Hahn (4) 521, 9. Jason Barney (5) 487, 10. Andy Forsberg (12) 482.

2015 – 1. Seth Bergman (13) 717, 2. Justin Sanders (20) 649, 3. Aaron Reutzel (10) 613, 4. Johnny Herrera (9) 596, 5. Wayne Johnson (5) 581, 6. Mark Smith (10) 542, 7. Derek Hagar (9) 437, 8. Andy Forsberg (11) 434, 9. Mitch Brown (6) 410, 10. Shane Golobic (5) 409.

2014 – 1. Jason Johnson (5) 626, 2. Aaron Reutzel (8) 601, 3. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (6) 510, 4. Seth Bergman (10) 501, 5. Johnny Herrera (3) 491, 6. Tim Crawley (11) 487, 7. Wayne Johnson (6) 448, 8. Tony Bruce, Jr. (4) 445, 9. Brian Brown (8) 441, 10. Jeff Swindell (4) 441.

2013 – 1. Jason Johnson (12) 699, 2. Johnny Herrera (5) 673, 3. Tim Crawley (14) 561, 4. Brian Brown (12) 537, 5. Logan Forler (8) 492, 6. Tony Bruce, Jr. (4) 488, 7. Roger Crockett (17) 479, 8. Jeff Swindell (5) 455, 9. Andy Forsberg (10) 430, 10. Steve Poirier (8) 420.

The Open Wheel Power Rankings are determined by cumulative points based on a sliding scale dependent upon car count at Sprint Car and Midget events across all sanctions and non-sanctions throughout North America.

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