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2009 ARA Double-Digit Racewinners

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In 2009, Kyle Busch led all drivers worldwide on the Auto Racing Analysis Double-Digit Racewinners list with twenty-seven victories scored.  Kyle’s wins came in six series!  Busch won nine NASCAR Nationwide races, seven NASCAR Camping World Truck races, four NASCAR Sprint Cup races plus a nonpoint race, a NASCAR Late Model Stock special event, a NASCAR “combination” East/West series race, two CRA Late Model point races plus a nonpoint CRA race, and one Blizzard Series Late Model race!

Joey Saldana ranked second with twenty-two wins, twenty-one in World of Outlaws Sprint Car competition and one in IRA Sprint Cars.  Daniel Cammish ranked third with seventeen wins, all in the 2009 British Formula Ford Championship’s Scholarship class.  Three drivers tied for fourth ranking with sixteen wins apiece.  Bryan Clauson’s sixteen wins were scored in eight series as he scored wins in more series than any other driver worldwide!  Clauson won seven USAC Midget national events, one USAC Western Midget race, one USAC SMRS Midget race, and two POWRI Midget races for a total of eleven midget wins.  Bryan also won five sprint car races, with two USAC national wins joined by a USAC/CRA victory and single wins in the KISS and MSCS Sprint Car series.  C.J. Johnson won sixteen 2009 United Rebel Sprint Car Series races.  Brad Loyet won sixteen 2009 midget races, with six wins in the USAC SMRS series, five in the POWRI series, and five in the BMARA series.

The international competitor with the most varied 2009 win list was Jeroen Bleekemolen.  Jeroen’s fifteen wins came in five series and three different types of racecars: open wheel formula, GT, and sports car racers!  Bleekemolen won five 2009 Porsche Supercup races, four German Porsche Carrera Cup races, and four Dutch GT4 Cup events.  Jeroen also won a South Africa Shelby Can-Am sports car series race and an A1 GP open-wheel race!

Jason Feger led the dirt late model drivers with fifteen 2009 wins in six series.  Feger won eight Monster Midwest series races, two races in the MARS series, two races in the UMP Summernationals, and one race each in the NASLMS, UMP, and World of Outlaws series.

Forty-one drivers worldwide won ten or more races in the 306 series analyzed.

1 Kyle Busch 27 6
2 Joey Saldana 22 2
3 Daniel Cammish 17 1
4 Bryan Clauson 16 8
  C.J. Johnson 16 1
  Brad Loyet 16 3
7 Sergey Chukanov 14 1
8 Jeroen Bleekemolen 15 5
  Jason Feger 15 6
10 Billy Moyer, Jr. 14 6
  Josh Richards 14 4
  Donny Schatz 14 2
13 Chris Madden 13 5
14 Tim Crawley 12 2
  Terry McCarl 12 4
  Nick Percat 12 1
  Tom Tweedie 12 1
18 Jules Bianchi 11 2
  Kelly Boen 11 1
  Dustin Daggett 11 1
  Jody Firth 11 2
  Matthew Hamilton 11 1
  Rio Haryanto 11 1
  Daniel McKenzie 11 1
  Josef Newgarden 11 2
  Mathias Schlappi 11 1
  Tanner Swanson 11 3
  Chris Wall 11 4
  Jamie Whincup 11 1
30 Jerry Coons, Jr. 10 5
  Tim Fuller 10 4
  Terry Gray 10 2
  Jesse Hockett 10 6
  Jason Johnson 10 4
  Darryn Lobb 10 1
  Nigel Moore 10 2
  Leonardo Santos Cordeiro 10 1
  Martin Short 10 3
  Dave Steele 10 2
  Scott Tucker 10 1
  Laurens Vanthoor 10 1

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