Fast-forward to the middle of the 2019 season. Things don’t appear to be all that different in the GT Class standings—lots of Camaros and few Fords in the top 10. Even so, those standings don’t always paint an accurate picture of the battle within, until we get very close to the end of the season. A competitor’s best three events count toward his or her season-long point totals, so someone could come out and crisscross the country to start the season, running in Las Vegas, Daytona, and NCM Motorsports Park, and find themselves at the top of the standings, just because they were the only car in their class to run in the first three events.
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