Statistics: 5/29/2015 7:54:45 PM - Weekly Stock Car (Amateur) - Actual/Potential / Overall best - Nascar


Pos
Driver
1-Red
2-White
3-Green
4-Orange
5-Blue
6-Yellow
7-Purple
8-Black
All race
Total Laps
1
Mark Nelson
89.6%
87.3%
90.2%
92.8%
87.9%
94.9%
95.2%
90.4%
92.3%
261.05
3
Chris Alden
90.2%
88.4%
88.0%
88.3%
86.2%
89.6%
90.7%
87.5%
90.2%
249
4
Gene Caldwell
90.8%
88.0%
90.9%
91.5%
91.8%
88.0%
83.9%
87.3%
90.0%
245.14
2
Jim Nelson
87.0%
86.5%
90.4%
87.7%
86.0%
90.0%
86.8%
91.7%
89.5%
249.11
6
Cora Nelson
80.7%
87.8%
83.2%
89.0%
91.4%
86.3%
94.8%
90.3%
89.4%
211.12
7
Steve Abarr
85.5%
87.2%
80.6%
87.7%
90.2%
87.5%
84.0%
83.8%
87.3%
211.06
5
Sid Fugate
89.3%
73.6%
86.6%
86.0%
74.9%
92.2%
84.3%
73.2%
83.8%
219.02
8
Will Abarr
50.8%
61.0%
80.9%
74.3%
73.9%
69.7%
80.8%
73.8%
72.6%
167.02
Best ->
90.8%
88.4%
90.9%
92.8%
91.8%
94.9%
95.2%
91.7%

Each cell shows the Actual/Potential ratio, and indicate how stable you perform on the track.
'Actual' is the number of laps you completed during the race.
'Potential' is the number of laps you might have achieved, if you raced every lap at your fastest time on the lane.
The closer the ratio is to 100 % the closer you are to your ideal performance.