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PRO TIP: The Closers metric shows the number of position gained or lost in the last 10% of a race. Sometimes shown as 'Closer Position', that is the position the driver is in at the 90% complete point of a race. Other times it is displayed as the positions Gained or Lost. That is what our table shows. The math is simple. Closer Position - Finish Position = Position Gained or Lost. Look for drivers that trend in Gaining more positions. Be aware that if a driver is in 1st place and finishes in 1st his Closer number is 0. You should notice that when a driver drops into the negative in Closer value that his Average Finish also suffers.
MOVING AVERAGE: Analyze each drivers Average Closers Position by creating a
of 5- (or up to 15) race subsets of the full span of races being used. Table column numbers
represent each subset race range and are labled with the number of races back each subset spans.
As you move with each column to the left,
you move 1 race further into the past. Selecting the Moving Average Span to be 9 races creates
subsets of 9-races. Hover your mouse over the table column numbers to see the races
Click next to each driver
view data in line graph.
Changes you make on each page will remain that way for future visits by 'saving state' so
you don't have to keep adjusting them.
Depending on your monitor size there may be more data in a table than will fit on your
screen. There are two options for that.
1) Additional data is automatically collapsed if it will not fit on your display. When you see the green
you know there is more data. Click it to expand the row to view it.
2) You can select columns to Show/Hide. Hiding a column removes it from the table.
Removing columns you don't
care to have displayed is another way to fit all the data on the table without it collapsing.
Want to put the Median Finish column next to the Average Finish? No problem. Just drag
it to the place you want it.
Adjust data points below and click Submit Changes to update.