ARCA: By the Numbers: Sheldon Creed, 2018 ARCA Racing Series Champion.

Here is a look at 2018 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards champion Sheldon Creed’s season by the numbers:

0 – number of career wins Creed had in 17 previous ARCA starts before 2018

1 – Creed’s final points position

2 – number of times Creed finished fourth, the number of times Creed finished between sixth and tenth, and the number of times Creed was not running at the finish

4 – number of wins and General Tire Pole Awards Creed earned in 2018; also the number of times Creed finished third

4.2 – Creed’s average finish in 20 starts this season

4.7 – Creed’s average starting position

6 – times Creed finished second in 2018

10 – times Creed finished in the top two

14 – times Creed finished in the top three

15 – number of races in which Creed led at least one lap

16 – number of top-five finishes Creed scored in 2018

18 – number of top-ten finishes Creed scored in 2018, also the number of times Creed was on the lead lap at the end of the race.

20 – total number of starts in 2018

37 – career ARCA starts at the conclusion of 2018

85 – laps led at Gateway, the most he led in a single race in 2018

97 – percentage of laps possible that Creed completed in 2018, leading that statistical category this season

500 – number of laps Creed led

2740 – number of laps Creed completed, more than any other driver in 2018

2826 – number of laps possible in 2018

3,223 – miles between Alpine, California, Creed’s hometown, and Fort Kent, Maine, hometown of 2017 ARCA Racing Series champion Austin Theriault. The two cities are nearly as far apart as two can be and still be located in the continental United States. The shortest route between the two towns would take 48 hours to drive and passes through 12 states and two Canadian provinces.

By: Charles Krall


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