YouTube stats for 2011

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Vault Productions have compiled the most watched episodes from the 2011 season.  Their series ‘Sid’s View’ was filmed primarily at the Waterford Speedbowl and shot from a fan’s perspective on race day throughout the season.  2011 was the 2nd season of the series and the first to utilize in-car cameras on a regular basis and the first season where YouTube statistics were tracked.


  1. How’s That for a Show (4 events including Ed Puleo’s last lap pass for SS win)
  2. Double Trouble (SK Twin 35’s plus Keith Rocco/Tyler Chadwick wreck)
  3. Lethal Weapon (Keith Rocco/Ron Yuhas Jr controversy)
  4. Right on Schedule (Rocco wins Wings N’ Wheels SK event)
  5. Blast Off (4 events from season opener)
  6. Rain… What Rain? (4 events from rain-delayed Sat event)
  7. Hot N’ Bothered (multi-car pileup at Late Model finish)
  8. Wrappin’ it Up (Puleo wins SS title, Jeff Smith wins LM title)
  9. The Finale SK Modified 50 (Rocco wins race & title; multi-car wreck in turn 4)
  10. How Quickly Things Change (Tom Abele Jr beats Mark Bakaj for 1st career win)

Other misc production notes:

  • 300 Part 2 episode in July was the first to feature the Webby Cam from track official Eric Webster.
  • Thunder on the Sound episode in Sept was the first to feature in-race interviews by announcer Matt Buckler with drivers under caution
  • What Up Gleason episode from Ltd Sportsman race at Thompson Speedway in October is the first episode ever shot outside of the Waterford Speedbowl
  • No episode from this season overtook Goin’ Mad webisode from 2010 as the most watched episode ever.