NASCAR Superlatives: A quick look back at the season

As the 2018 season has come to a close, here’s a quick look back on the season for all nine NASCAR Touring and National Series.

NASCAR Superlatives: A quick look back at the season
Joey Logano, Team Penske, Ford Fusion Shell Pennzoil with his Championship trophy
Kevin Harvick, Stewart-Haas Racing, Ford Fusion Mobil 1 celebrates his win in Victory Lane
Race winner Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, Toyota Camry M&M's
Tyler Reddick, JR Motorsports, Chevrolet Camaro BurgerFi, trophy, victory lane
Champion Brett Moffitt, Hattori Racing Enterprises, Toyota Tundra AISIN Group
Race winner Justin Bonsignore
Tyler Ankrum, DGR-Crosley Toyota Tundra May's Hawaii / Crosley Brands / DGR CROSLEY
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion Derek Thorn
Louis-Philippe Dumoulin
Alon Day, 2018 champion

Here is a quick look at who led in several key statistical categories in each series throughout the 2018 series with each champion also listed in their respective series.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
Champion - Joey Logano - Read more about Logano HERE
Race Wins - Kyle Busch & Kevin Harvick - 8
Stage Wins - Kevin Harvick - 19
Laps Led - Kevin Harvick 1,990
Top Fives - Kevin Harvick - 23
Top 10s - Kevin Harvick - 29
Poles - Kurt Busch - 5

NASCAR Xfinity Series
Champion - Tyler Reddick - Read more about Reddick HERE
Race Wins - Christopher Bell - 7
Laps Led - Christopher Bell - 759
Top Fives - Christopher Bell - 18
Top 10s - Cole Custer - 26
Poles - Cole Custer - 6

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Champion - Brett Moffitt - Read more about Moffitt HERE
Race Wins - Brett Moffitt & Johnny Sauter - 6
Laps Led - Noah Gragson - 625
Top Fives - Johnny Sauter - 14
Top 10s - Justin Haley - 18
Poles - Noah Gragson - 6

NASCAR K&N Pro Series East
Champion - Tyler Ankrum - Read more about Ankrum HERE
Race Wins - Tyler Ankrum - 4
Laps Led - Todd Gilliland - 300
Top Fives - Tyler Ankrum - 9
Top 10s - Tyler Ankrum - 12
Poles - Harrison Burton, Tyler Dippel & Derek Kraus - 2

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West
Champion - Derek Thorn 
Race Wins - Derek Kraus - 4
Laps Led - Derek Kraus - 717
Top Fives - Derek Thorn - 13
Top 10s - Ryan Partridge & Derek Thorn - 14
Poles - Derek Kraus - 5

NASCAR Whelen Modified Series
Champion - Justin Bonsignore - Read more about Bonsignore HERE
Race Wins - Justin Bonsignore - 8
Laps Led - Justin Bonsignore - 695
Top Fives - Justin Bonsignore - 12
Top 10s - Justin Bonsignore- 15
Poles - Justin Bonsignore - 5

NASCAR Pinty’s Series
Champion - L.P. Dumoulin - Read more about Dumoulin HERE
Race Wins - L.P. Dumoulin - 3
Laps Led - Kevin Lacroix - 789
Top Fives - L.P. Dumoulin, DJ Kennington, Cole Powell & Alex Tagliani - 8
Top 10s - DJ Kennington - 13
Poles - Kevin Lacroix - 3

NASCAR Whelen Euro Series (Elite 1)
Champion - Alon Day - Read more about Day HERE
Race Wins - Alon Day - 7
Top Fives - Alon Day & Frederic Gabillion - 9
Top 10s - Frederic Gabillion - 11
Poles - Alon Day - 3

NASCAR Peak Mexico Series
Season is not completed at this time

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