The Quest For the Holy Grail has finally found it's seven knights after the events of Tuesday evening came to a hault. Coming into last night, QSM had a considerable four-race winning streak. The streak was extended to five and six after Ryan Heuser fought his way from the rear of the field in the first two events to win them both. R2W's Ken Pettit won the career stats race, giving R2W their first Shootout Series win in 15 races. The first third of the season was dominatied by no one driver. Six of the first seven events this season had different representitives in victory lane. The points leader after the first 15 races was Tim McDonnell. He started the season off with a 13-race top-5 streak, which is the longest in Shootout Series history. Timmy extended his points lead through the middle third of the season and only ascended from there. Through races 16 to 30, Tim and Ryan Heuser won 11 of them, ensuring their top chase seedings. The most poles, most wins (tied with Ryan), most top-5's, most top-10's (tied with Craig), most laps led, and least DNF's all belong to Tim McDonnell. Ryan Heuser has the highest average finish of the season (1.91), which will also shatter the record books if he keeps the pace up. He also has an 11-race winning streak of his own, two away from the record that Timmy set earlier in the season. The most Driver of the Knight's this season belongs to Ryan Heuser with three. Speedy grabbed his inagural Driver of the Knight award on week 5, grabbing a win at Daytona and two Top-5's at Loudon and Zen Joltis. NASCAR Racing 4 veteran Matt Raboin and sophomore drivers Tony Long & Cristian Torres narrowly missed the chase. They along with the others who couldn't muscle their way in will continue to fight for the 8th-man award, Team Championship, and Manufacturer's Championship for the final third of the season.