Ross Chastain (right), punches Noah Gragson at Kansas. (HHP/Tom Copeland)

STAT ATTACK: One Punch, Two Wallys & Three Wins

1 — Average finish of Chase McDermand, who swept a pair of Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series races over the weekend.

1 — Punch landed by Ross Chastain during his post-race scuffle with Noah Gragson Sunday at Kansas Speedway.

2 — Consecutive ARCA Menards Series races won by Jesse Love and Venturini Motorsports.

2 — Number of Wallys Tony Stewart has earned in Top Alcohol competition this season.

2 — Features won by Aaron Reutzel on opening night at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway. Reutzel was the fifth driver in history to win a 410 and 360 winged sprint car feature on the same night.

2 — Points Brad Sweet leads Carson Macedo by in his quest for a fifth straight World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series title.

3 — Late model stock car victories for Peyton Sellers, who won twice on Saturday night, at South Boston (Va.) Speedway this season.

3 — Consecutive victories for defending CARS Tour late model stock car champion Carson Kvapil.

4 — Supercross riders injured in the last two weeks — Eli Tomac, Cooper Webb, Justin Barcia and Jason Anderson.

9 — Max Verstappen’s starting position in winning the Miami Grand Prix Formula 1 race.

17 — Age of Dominic Gorden who has won two consecutive sprint car features at California’s Ocean Speedway.

37 — Lead changes during Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway.

49 — NASCAR Cup Series wins for Denny Hamlin, tying NASCAR Hall of Famer Tony Stewart for 15th on the all-time wins list.

86 — Points separate the top four in the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series standings after 17 races.

400 — Combined victories for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series.

415 — Points total shared by C.J. Leary and Justin Grant atop the USAC National Sprint Car Championship standings.

835 — Days between podium finishes for Supercross rider Adam Cianciarulo, who ended that streak with a third-place finish at Denver’s Empower Field At Mile High.

10,000 —Free Chipotle entree codes given out by the company after Haas F-1’s Kevin Magnussen scored a top-10 finish in Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix.