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Old 02-25-2013, 05:49 PM   #1670
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Originally Posted by nachtflug View Post
I wonder has the math been done? meaning if Stewart wins out assuming #1, #18, #5 keep making the podium for the most part, I'd be curious to know should Stewart be stellar for the rest of the year how far up the standings he can get.
He is not mathematically out, but the top six would all need to have a couple no-score rounds for him to get close.

1 18 David Millsaps Murrieta, CA 174 25 20 18 22 22 25 22 20
2 1 Ryan Villopoto Seattle, WA 152 5 22 25 25 13 15 25 22
3 5 Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, MN 148 20 13 15 20 25 20 20 15
4 41 Trey Canard Shawnee, OK 135 22 16 22 18 14 13 14 16
5 22 Chad Reed Dade City, FL 127 18 18 20 9 16 16 18 12
6 51 Justin Barcia Pinetta, FL 116 14 25 1 1 20 22 15 18
7 29 Andrew Short Smithville, TX 102 15 12 14 15 15 12 12 7
8 7 James Stewart Haines City, FL 100 13 14 9 2 18 18 1 25

Even Dungey and Villopoto are going to have a tough time catching Milsaps if Davey just stays steady.
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