NASCAR 2001 Review

What wins auto races; Drivers or Vehicles? 

25% of athletes perform better on Positive ion ratio days such as Driver Jeff Gordon Finishes during the first 13 races of the 2001 NASCAR season indicate below. Verify advanced Posting Date of Ion Ratio Forecasts

Positive Race Days Jeff Gordon's average finish place is 3.8  Negative Race Days Jeff Gordon's average finish place is 21.8 

Driver Steve Park also reacts better on positive days during the first 13 races. Engine problems put him out of the race early on March 11 causing the poor showing. 

Positive Race Days Steve Park's average finish place is 12.2 (7.1 if we remove March 11 for engine trouble)  Negative Race Days Steve Park's average finish place is 17 

Driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. also reacts better on positive days during the first 13 races. Problems on lap 1 of the Feb 25th race caused poor finish.

Positive Race Days Dale Earnhardt Jr. average finish place is 12.8 Negative Race Days Dale Earnhardt Jr. average finish place is 20.5 

75% of athletes perform better on Negative ion ratio days such as Driver Kevin Harvick Finishes during the first 13 races of the 2001 NASCAR season indicate below. The last six races show this correlation.

Positive Race Days Kevin Harvick average finish place is 15 Negative Race Days Kevin Harvick average finish place is 12 

Last 6 races 

Positive Race Days Kevin Harvick average finish place is 21 since April 8 Negative Race Days Kevin Harvick average finish place is 7 since April 8

Healthy athletes are prone to "flipping", performing better for some period with positive ion days and one day flipping to perform better on negative days for a period of time (days, weeks) then flipping again. Due to this fact it is important to review the most recent races to forecast future performance. 

Driving ability (and Ion ratio correlation) is the biggest factor in winning auto racing.

Current time constraints restrict us from continuing to update these charts after every race.  


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