Top 25 410 Sprint Car Drivers

RankDriver
1Brad Sweet
2 (+3)Kyle Larson
3 (-1)Donny Schatz
4 (-1) Logan Schuchart
5 (-1)Ian Madsen
6 (+1)David Gravel
7 (+2)Sheldon Haudenschild
8 (+4)Carson Macedo
9 (-1)Aaron Reutzel
10 (-4)Daryn Pittman
11 (-1)Cory Eliason
12 (+3) Shane Stewart
13 (+6)Kerry Madsen
14 Brock Zearfoss
15 (-2) Brian Brown
16 Danny Dietrich
17 (+9)Zeb Wise
18 (-7)James McFadden
19 (+1)Freddie Rahmer
20 (-3)Brent Marks
21 (+5)Paul McMahan
22 (+4)Tim Kaeding
23 (+3)Tony Stewart
24 (-6)Jacob Allen
25 (+1)Austin McCarl

What more can be said about the performance of Kyle Larson over the past couple of weeks? The Elk Grove, California native won 3 straight All Star Circuit of Champions races during Thunder Through The Plains and followed that up by sweeping The World of Outlaws at Knoxville Raceway in a dominant performance. Larson is the hottest racer in the country and used his performance to launch from 5th to 2nd in our rankings while making himself the favorite for The Knoxville Nationals if the event goes as planned.

Another California racer; Carson Macedo jumped 4 positions in our rankings following strong performances in back to back weeks. Macedo earned 2 top 5 finishes with The Outlaws at Knoxville and backed up his performance this past weekend by earning a top 5 finish on the opening night of The WoO visit to Tri-State. The following night Macedo was able to drive by Brad Sweet on a late race restart to earn his first WoO win of the season on live tv.

One driver who has flown under the radar this year has been Kerry Madsen. The Aussie hasn’t found victory lane this year but is consistently finding himself in the top 10 night after night against the most stout competition in the country. Madsen has quietly put together 6 straight top 10 finishes with The World of Outlaws and has been steadily climbing our power rankings all season long.

Indiana teenager Zeb Wise rose nicely in this round of our power rankings. Wise performed consistently well with The All Star Circuit of Champions during their Thunder Through The Plains with a best finish of 2nd to Kyle Larson at 81 Speedway. This past weekend Wise challenged himself against the best local competition Ohio has to offer and was able to come away with 2 top 10 finishes.

Top 25 360 Sprint Car Drivers

RankDriver
1Mark Smith
2Sam Hafertepe Jr
3 (+1)Dominic Scelzi
4 (+1)Andy Forsberg
5 (+5)Shane Golobic
6 (+7)Brock Zearfoss
7 (-4)Dylan Westbrook
8 (+4)Justin Sanders
9 (+11)Scott Bogucki
10 (-4)Aaron Reutzel
11 (+16)Giovanni Scelzi
12 (-5)Matt Covington
13 (-5)Roger Crockett
14 (-3)Danny Martin Jr
15 (-6)Terry McCarl
16 (-1)Tanner Carrick
17 (-3)Blake Carrick
18 (-3)Colby Copeland
19 (-1)Carson Macedo
20 (-4)Harli White
21 (+5)Seth Bergman
22 (+4)Greg Wilson
23 (-4)Connor Leoffler
23 (+2)Sean Becker
23 (+2)Cory Eliason
23 (+1)Danny Smith

Mark Smith continued his winning ways by sweeping the weekend in Milton, Florida with The USCS. Smith now has earned an impressive 9 wins to start the year and has only lost 2 races. The Pennsylvania pilot has proven himself to be absolutely dominant on the red dirt/sand that is typical throughout the South East. Sam Hafertepe Jr, scored a big win in West Texas but Smith’s sweep keeps him comfortably atop of our power rankings.

Sam Hafertepe Jr scored an impressive win in The West Texas Crude Nationals, besting a stellar field that included some of the best 410 and 360 racers across the country. The win was Sam’s 2nd of the season to go with an ASCS National Tour win in Arizona. Hafertepe currently sits 2nd in ASCS National Tour points and gained some ground on Smith in our rankings.

Gio Scelzi was our biggest mover in the power rankings. Gio scored an impressive 4th place finish in West Texas before facing Smith and the rest of the USCS in Milton. Scelzi finished 8th in the opener before chasing Smith to the line and ultimately finishing 2nd in the finale. Gio’s performance was enough to move him from outside the top 25 in our power rankings to just outside the top 10 in 11th.

Scott Bogucki jumped 11 spots in our power rankings by virtue of an impressive 3rd place performance in West Texas. The ASCS National Tour regular closed last year with an impressive with at Texas Motor Speedway and has carried that momentum into this year. Bogucki earned the pole at The West Texas Crude Nationalsl and led early before eventually settling into 3rd. Look for Bogucki to possibly challenge for The ASCS title once the year gets going if he can find consistency in his program.

Brock Zearfoss hasn’t been known to race a lot in 360s but when he has, he’s found success. Zearfoss opened the year strong at East Bay and followed it up at The West Texas Crude Nationals by setting fast time over the field and charging to a top 5 finish. In 360 competition this year Zearfoss has yet to finish outside of the top 5 and as a result is firmly in the top 10 of our power rankings.

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Top 25 Drivers

The top 25 410 and 360 sprint car drivers as ranked by TDP

Top 25 410 Sprint Car Drivers

RankDriver
1Brad Sweet
2 (+3)Kyle Larson
3 (-1)Donny Schatz
4 (-1) Logan Schuchart
5 (-1)Ian Madsen
6 (+1)David Gravel
7 (+2)Sheldon Haudenschild
8 (+4)Carson Macedo
9 (-1)Aaron Reutzel
10 (-4)Daryn Pittman
11 (-1)Cory Eliason
12 (+3) Shane Stewart
13 (+6)Kerry Madsen
14 Brock Zearfoss
15 (-2) Brian Brown
16 Danny Dietrich
17 (+9)Zeb Wise
18 (-7)James McFadden
19 (+1)Freddie Rahmer
20 (-3)Brent Marks
21 (+5)Paul McMahan
22 (+4)Tim Kaeding
23 (+3)Tony Stewart
24 (-6)Jacob Allen
25 (+1)Austin McCarl

What more can be said about the performance of Kyle Larson over the past couple of weeks? The Elk Grove, California native won 3 straight All Star Circuit of Champions races during Thunder Through The Plains and followed that up by sweeping The World of Outlaws at Knoxville Raceway in a dominant performance. Larson is the hottest racer in the country and used his performance to launch from 5th to 2nd in our rankings while making himself the favorite for The Knoxville Nationals if the event goes as planned.

Another California racer; Carson Macedo jumped 4 positions in our rankings following strong performances in back to back weeks. Macedo earned 2 top 5 finishes with The Outlaws at Knoxville and backed up his performance this past weekend by earning a top 5 finish on the opening night of The WoO visit to Tri-State. The following night Macedo was able to drive by Brad Sweet on a late race restart to earn his first WoO win of the season on live tv.

One driver who has flown under the radar this year has been Kerry Madsen. The Aussie hasn’t found victory lane this year but is consistently finding himself in the top 10 night after night against the most stout competition in the country. Madsen has quietly put together 6 straight top 10 finishes with The World of Outlaws and has been steadily climbing our power rankings all season long.

Indiana teenager Zeb Wise rose nicely in this round of our power rankings. Wise performed consistently well with The All Star Circuit of Champions during their Thunder Through The Plains with a best finish of 2nd to Kyle Larson at 81 Speedway. This past weekend Wise challenged himself against the best local competition Ohio has to offer and was able to come away with 2 top 10 finishes.

Top 25 360 Sprint Car Drivers

RankDriver
1Mark Smith
2Sam Hafertepe Jr
3 (+1)Dominic Scelzi
4 (+1)Andy Forsberg
5 (+5)Shane Golobic
6 (+7)Brock Zearfoss
7 (-4)Dylan Westbrook
8 (+4)Justin Sanders
9 (+11)Scott Bogucki
10 (-4)Aaron Reutzel
11 (+16)Giovanni Scelzi
12 (-5)Matt Covington
13 (-5)Roger Crockett
14 (-3)Danny Martin Jr
15 (-6)Terry McCarl
16 (-1)Tanner Carrick
17 (-3)Blake Carrick
18 (-3)Colby Copeland
19 (-1)Carson Macedo
20 (-4)Harli White
21 (+5)Seth Bergman
22 (+4)Greg Wilson
23 (-4)Connor Leoffler
23 (+2)Sean Becker
23 (+2)Cory Eliason
23 (+1)Danny Smith

Mark Smith continued his winning ways by sweeping the weekend in Milton, Florida with The USCS. Smith now has earned an impressive 9 wins to start the year and has only lost 2 races. The Pennsylvania pilot has proven himself to be absolutely dominant on the red dirt/sand that is typical throughout the South East. Sam Hafertepe Jr, scored a big win in West Texas but Smith’s sweep keeps him comfortably atop of our power rankings.

Sam Hafertepe Jr scored an impressive win in The West Texas Crude Nationals, besting a stellar field that included some of the best 410 and 360 racers across the country. The win was Sam’s 2nd of the season to go with an ASCS National Tour win in Arizona. Hafertepe currently sits 2nd in ASCS National Tour points and gained some ground on Smith in our rankings.

Gio Scelzi was our biggest mover in the power rankings. Gio scored an impressive 4th place finish in West Texas before facing Smith and the rest of the USCS in Milton. Scelzi finished 8th in the opener before chasing Smith to the line and ultimately finishing 2nd in the finale. Gio’s performance was enough to move him from outside the top 25 in our power rankings to just outside the top 10 in 11th.

Scott Bogucki jumped 11 spots in our power rankings by virtue of an impressive 3rd place performance in West Texas. The ASCS National Tour regular closed last year with an impressive with at Texas Motor Speedway and has carried that momentum into this year. Bogucki earned the pole at The West Texas Crude Nationalsl and led early before eventually settling into 3rd. Look for Bogucki to possibly challenge for The ASCS title once the year gets going if he can find consistency in his program.

Brock Zearfoss hasn’t been known to race a lot in 360s but when he has, he’s found success. Zearfoss opened the year strong at East Bay and followed it up at The West Texas Crude Nationals by setting fast time over the field and charging to a top 5 finish. In 360 competition this year Zearfoss has yet to finish outside of the top 5 and as a result is firmly in the top 10 of our power rankings.