Andy Seuss (No. 11 Ideal Finance/Phoenix Motors Chevrolet) has 17 wins, 10 poles, 49 top fives and 64 top 10s in 84 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts.
His 17 wins rank second all-time. Leads the championship standings with wins at Caraway and South Boston, a fourth-place effort at Southern National and a runner-up at Langley. His nine Caraway wins trail only George Brunnhoelzl III (10) on the track wins list. Also has seven poles, 19 top fives, 26 top 10s and a record 1,375 laps led in 36 total starts there. Three of his four career wire-to-wire wins have come at Caraway, including the 2014 opener.-NWSMT
Jason Myers (No. 4 Adams Towing & Recovery Ford) has recorded three wins, 36 top fives and 83 top 10s in a NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour-record 112 career starts.
Has competed in all but one race (2005-Martinsville Speedway) in the tour’s 10 seasons. Sits sixth in points after four races with three top 10s. Is the only driver to participate in all 49 previous NWSMT races at Caraway, where he has a win (2013), 19 top fives and a record 37 top 10s.-NWSMT
Burt Myers (No. 1 Citrusafe/Speedway Auto Auction/Adams Towing & Recovery Ford) has 11 wins, a tour record 26 poles, 55 top fives and 90 top 10s in 108 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts.
Ranks fourth in points with top 10s in each of the season’s four events. Has one win, a record 13 poles, 18 top fives and 35 top 10s in 47 career Caraway starts. Was the NWSMT’s inaugural event polesitter at Caraway, and won the second-ever race there on April 9, 2005.-NWSMT
Brian Loftin (No. 23 L&R Transmissions Chevrolet) the 2008 NWSMT champion has 12 wins, 12 poles, 40 top fives and 51 top 10s in 82 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts.
Sits 17th in points with one top-10 finish (7th-Caraway) in three starts. Has eight wins, six poles, 26 top fives and 31 top 10s in 44 career races at Caraway.-NWSMT
Luke Fleming (No. 40 AutosByNelson.com/Koma Unwind Ford) the 2013 NWSMT Sunoco Rookie of the Year has a win and 10 top 10s in 18 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts.
The win came at Bowman Gray Stadium in his 2009 tour debut. Ranks fifth in points with top 10s in all four races this year. Has an average finish of 10th and a best result of sixth (2013) in six career Caraway starts.-NWSMT
Kyle Ebersole (No. 5 Ebersole Excavating Ford) has a win, 12 top fives and 19 top 10s in 26 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts.
The victory was earned at Langley in 2013. Ranks 10th in points with two top 10s. Did not start last week at Langley due to a practice accident. Has an average finish of ninth and a best result of second (2013) in 11 career Caraway starts.-NWSMT
George Brunnhoelzl III (No. 28 Composite Technologies Chevrolet) has 21 wins, 22 poles, 44 podiums, 53 top fives, 67 top 10s and 2,626 laps led in 82 career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts.
Is up to second in points following a win last week at Langley Speedway, which ended the second-longest winless drought of his career at 10 races. Has podium finishes in all four races this year, and nine-consecutive events dating to 2013. Has 10 wins, 10 poles, 20 podiums, 24 top fives, 30 top 10s and 1,143 laps led in 36 career starts at Caraway. Has finished on the podium in 19 of his last 23 starts at Caraway, including all 10 wins.-NWSMT
Frank Kimmel has won more ARCA races at Salem than anyone else, reaching back to his first win there on April 19, 1998.
Since then, the 10-time ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards champion has racked up nine wins total at Salem. That’s the good part. The not-so-good part is that he hasn’t been back to the Salem winner’s circle since September of 2008. "And we may never win again at Salem – it’s way too hard to predict," said Kimmel, driver of the No. 44 Ansell-Menards Toyota. "There are just way too many variables that can get in the way there."According the Kimmel, Salem is the great equalizer.