Weekend Stat Sheet from May 13-15

From Kansas to Pensacola to Canada, here are some statistics from the weekend.

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With another weekend of racing in the books, here are some stats and notes from the weekend.

- The Kurt Busch victory marks 11 winners in 13 races this season in the NASCAR Cup Series. The win marks 34 victories for Busch in 19 different seasons. Kurt has also won at 18 different tracks in the NASCAR Cup series.

- The numbers are getting stronger for Christopher Bell, who won his third pole of the season and posted his third-straight top-five finish with a fifth. After back-to-back DNFs to start the year, Bell has finished all but four laps since Las Vegas.

- The third win of the season for Zane Smith has him as the leader in the wins category for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He also has led the most laps this year, has the most top 10s with seven, and has the series' best average finish of 8.9. His only finish outside the top 10 was the DQ at Vegas for a lug nut infraction.

- Hunter Robbins broke an 11-year winless streak in the Pro Late Models at Five Flags Speedway (FL). Robbins also won for car owner Ronnie Sanders who extended his win streak to six decades with his cars at Five Flags. As a driver, Sanders won in four decades before becoming a successful car owner.

- Doug Coby won for the third time in the last four races at Riverhead Raceway (NY). The victory was the 32nd for Coby on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, putting him in sole possession of fifth on the all-time win list.

- Curtis Gerry picked up his first Super Late Model win of the season at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME). Gerry has 11 career wins in the Oxford Championship Series. That does not include his nine PASS Super Late Model wins. He now has victories in four-straight seasons at OPS.

- Treyten Lapcevich scored the first win of his career in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series after starting from the outside of the front row in the first race of the season at Sunset Speedway. The 18-year-old was knocking on the door all season in 2021 and had five top fives that year, but the win comes at the start of this season despite only leading two laps.

- Scoring his third career JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour win, Kyle Crump at Birch Run Speedway (MI) becomes the fourth different winner in four events this season.

- $75,000 will be going home with Chris Madden after Wednesday and Saturday wins at the Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway (NC). For Madden, the Saturday win was his fourth win in the XR Super Series this season.

- After posting a fifth-place finish on April 24th, Tom Berens returned on Sunday afternoon to score a win in the Pro Late Models division at Slinger Speedway (WI).