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Weekend Stat Sheet from Daytona, the Oxford 250 and More

Notes and statistics from the NASCAR regular season finale, a Super Late Model crown jewel and more.


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- With all the incidents in the NASCAR Cup Series event at Daytona, a total of five drivers, Landon Cassill, Noah Gragson, Cody Ware, BJ McLeod and David Ragan all came from 30th or worse to post top-10 runs at the end of the day. Only one driver who started in the top 10 finish in the top 10.

- When the dust settled, the NASCAR Cup Series had 16 winners in the regular season. The No. 3 car with Austin Dillon aboard won the race leaving Martin Truex, Jr. on the outside looking in, just three points behind Ryan Blaney for the available spot on points.

READ MORE: Teamwork, Friendship Powers Austin Dillon to Playoffs at Daytona

- A wild night at Daytona saw Jeremy Clements hold off Timmy Hill for the win. Hill came from 37th to finish second in the Wawa 250. Hill was third at Daytona in 2020 giving him two podium runs at the track.

READ MORE: Jeremy Clements Wins One for The Little Guys and Old Ones Too

- For the ninth time in his CARS Tour Late Model Stock career, Deac McCaskill went to victory lane. This time it was at Motor Mile Speedway (VA). It was a bit of revenge for McCaskill at the Virginia track after he was involved in a crash while leading 47 laps back in 2015. On Saturday, he put it all together for the win.

READ MORE: Deac McCaskill Back in CARS Tour Victory Lane at Motor Mile

- Cole Butcher became the first Canadian driver to win the Oxford 250 since Dave Whitlock did it back in 1995. Butcher led the final nine laps after contact with race leader Johnny Clark and a lap car. Butcher is the first driver from Nova Scotia to win the race at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). Gabe Brown finished a career-best second in the race.

READ MORE: Cole Butcher Makes Canadian History in Winning Oxford 250

- Several veteran drivers made historic starts in the Oxford 250 this past weekend. Ben Rowe made his 25th start in the event, as Jeff Taylor made his 20th in his famed green number 88. Scott Robbins also made the race for the 20th time in his career.

- Canadian drivers almost got a win on Saturday when Alexandre Tardif came home second to Derek Gluchacki in the ACT 125 race that was run in the wee hours of the morning after a power failure in the town of Oxford.

- At Knoxville Raceway (IA) Brian Brown won the 410 Sprint Car feature to capture his 60th win at the dirt track. The win puts him into a tie for second on the all-time win list with Doug Wolfgang. Danny Lasoski is the track's all-time winner with 112 wins. While Brown could likely get sole possession of second place, the top spot could be unreachable.

- Ryan Millington won for the first time this season at Hickory Motor Speedway (NC), but he’s been there several times before. Millington was the 13th different winner this year, but it was his 34th career Late Model Stock win. Millington is the defending race winner of the upcoming Bobby Isaac Memorial winner.

- Doug Coby picked up his 34th NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win at the 12th different track. Coby won for the third this season and for the first time in his career at Langley Speedway (VA). Despite the three wins Coby is not running for the series title this year, but he is still racking up wins for his stat total.