Speedy Awards: ‘Excuse Me, Coming Through’ net positions gain…

This week, we recognize the Speedy Award for “Excuse Me, Coming Through.”
“We know that TAG Heuer already recognized the driver who improved the most positions from the start of a race to the finish at all the events, with its “Don’t Crack Under Pressure Award” that went to Graham Rahal.”
“Conversely, Kimball had 105 laps where he lost a position, giving him a net total of 193 laps when he gained a position this season.”
And the winner of the “Excuse Me, Coming Through” Speedy Award is Charlie Kimball, whose consistency of moving through the field in each race gave him the nod over Kanaan and Rahal.

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