You need to go back & reread my message (minus spelling & puncutation errors as I have made many in the past & will continue to make errors) and also to whom I replied to. I was replying to another poster who stated that some tracks that do use the "Three week handi-capping system" and yet still have drivers with multiple wins starting on the pole/up front.
My message was not directed you or anything negative about Willman. And I do know him somewhat. Yes he works hard to try and win. And I personally have known some who have won on asphalt and dirt tracks in the past who drop out or run back of the pack if they can't get past the top 5/10 cars for a several weeks in a row just to get to start on the pole or on front row, then went on to win as that was their plan. And was done several times over a single season. Winning 3 to 5 races a year was more inportant than a track t itle. as you can win a track title without winning a feature all year by finishing every race in 2nd through 5th while the guy who won say 4 races by sandbagging finshes 3rd, 4th or 5th in points. Just stating some facts.