TCM Best Looking Car presented by Imaginit Designs – Finalists
It’s almost time to announce our winner in the second annual Tim’s Corner Motorsports Best Looking Car Award presented by Imaginit Designs of Burnside.
But before, we’re going to give some credit to our finalists, the ones who made the ballot but fell short of the final two.
Before we look at who finished in the third to fifth spots in the chase, let’s give you a brief reminder of how we got to this point. Seventeen panelists, most whom hail from south of the border and have never seen any of the 50+ nominees before, were asked to pick their favorite five cars. After those 17 had cast their ballots, five cars stood ahead of the rest as the panel’s picks.
The panel’s picks were ranked by the amount of votes each received. The car with the most votes received 10 points, second received eight points, third got six, fourth got four points and fifth got two markers.
Then the fans got a chance to jump in the action and got to choose their favorite out of the panel’s five picks as a part of the TCM Best of 2013 Fan Vote. The fan vote was scored like the panel vote was, with the winner receiving ten points, second receiving eight points and the points dropping two on back per position.
If you add it all up, the most a driver can receive is 20 points if he won both aspects of the award voting.
So, enough talk and more rock. Below we present you with fifth through third!
5th PLACE – JASON CARNAHAN – MONCTON, NB – Carnahan Property Management/Neilson’s Paving Chevrolet – Mike Alexander – 6 Points
Scorecard: Panel Vote – 4th. Fan Vote – 5th (12% of vote)
4TH PLACE – JOHN FLEMMING – HALIFAX, NS – ACTION CAR AND TRUCK ACCESSORIES DODGE – POINTE DESIGN GROUP – 8 Points
SCORECARD: Panel Vote: 5th. Fan Vote: 3rd (21% of vote)
3RD PLACE – KING RACING/DENVER FORAN – PICTOU, NS – KING COMPETITION FORD – POINTE DESIGN GROUP – 12 Points
SCORECARD: Panel Vote – 2nd. Fan Vote – 4th (13% of vote)
So, who won the second annual award – Scotia Speedworld Bandolero driver Braden Langille or Speedway 660 Pro Stock star Chris Duncan? Click back here on Friday night to find out who took the top nod!
ALL PHOTOS BY MCCARTHY PHOTOGRAPHIC – MCCARTHYPHOTOGRAPHIC.COM
About Imaginit Design:
IMAGINit Design & Signs is a locally owned and operated company located in Nova Scotia and provides designs and graphics to customers across our region. From custom designs and signage to digital printing Imaginit works closely with you every step of the way to ensure the outcome you receive is more than you imagined. We offer customers personalized one-on-one consultations with senior designers who listen carefully and ask the right questions about your business and creative project, the audiences you wish to attract, and the emotional responses you wish to generate. Please visit our web site at www.imaginitdesign.com or call us today at 902-444-2000 for a free quote on your design & signage needs.
About Tim’s Corner:
Tim’s Corner began as a weekly stock car racing column appearing on ScotiaSpeedworld.ca and MaritimeProStockTour.com, penned by track and series announcer Tim Terry. It has now grown to include basic media services for motorsport teams big and small. TimsCorner.ca, the official website of Tim’s Corner, also features Tim’s Corner Unplugged, a podcast hosted by Terry which focuses on the motorsports scene. For more information on Tim’s Corner and services offered, visit TimsCorner.ca!