SRX Driver Stats

Driver Sessions Wins Average Finish Average Start Average Improvement Weighted Average Improvement Laps Led Laps Run % Led
Tony Stewart 12 4 3.17 5.00 1.83 0.28 76 471 16.14
Doug Coby 3 2 2.67 6.00 3.33 0.48 77 171 45.03
Greg Biffle 3 1 5.00 8.33 3.33 0.30 45 159 28.30
Ernie Francis Jr. 12 1 5.08 6.75 1.67 0.24 64 463 13.82
Scott Speed 6 1 5.17 6.00 0.83 0.07 43 205 20.98
Helio Castroneves 12 1 5.67 6.92 1.25 0.20 29 459 6.32
Marco Andretti 12 1 6.00 7.50 1.50 0.15 7 469 1.49
Scott Bloomquist 3 1 6.67 6.33 -0.33 0.19 7 95 7.37
Hailie Deegan 3 0 3.33 5.67 2.33 0.46 0 95 0.00
Bobby Labonte 12 0 5.75 6.83 1.08 0.17 0 466 0.00
Bobby Santos III 3 0 6.33 7.00 0.67 0.04 0 120 0.00
Kody Swanson 3 0 6.67 6.00 -0.67 -0.17 8 77 10.39
Tony Kanaan 9 0 7.44 6.22 -1.22 -0.08 11 376 2.93
Michael Waltrip 12 0 7.50 6.00 -1.50 -0.20 36 414 8.70
Paul Tracy 12 0 7.58 6.92 -0.67 -0.25 28 415 6.75
Brian Brown 3 0 7.67 5.67 -2.00 -0.26 0 95 0.00
Bill Elliott 12 0 9.08 6.33 -2.75 -0.48 0 364 0.00
Willy T. Ribbs 12 0 10.42 6.83 -3.58 -0.50 2 460 0.43

Weighted average improvement relies the same principles as our retention scores: it's harder to pass for first than it is tenth, due to the differences in quality, and it thus scores improving from fifth to first in a race more than tenth to sixth (and falling from sixth to tenth is judged more harshly than falling from first to fifth).