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 2011 AERS Canada Four Crown: Scenarios Going Into Ottawa

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PostSubject: 2011 AERS Canada Four Crown: Scenarios Going Into Ottawa   Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:08 pm

(OOC: Thought I'd take care of this and save Nick some work.)


The Tim Hortons 200 at Ottawa Raceway marks the final race in the Canada Four Crown, a four-race event in which each winner compete for the best average finish at the end of the stretch. Going into the Tim Hortons 200, the following drivers are eligible to dethrone 2010 winner Jalen Scransen (his average finish was 17):

Kroger Mosport Showdown: #03 - Brad Simmons
Avg Finish: 18.667

Air Canada 200: #15 - Will Legge
Avg Finish: 12.667

Boston Pizza 250: #13 - Fred Ritcher
Avg Finish: 6

One more driver, the winner at Ottawa, will also be eligible, but whether or not he or she wins depends on his or her consistency at those races.

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