It took three attempts to run the TSI Harley-Davidson 125 at Stafford Motor Speedway. Some will debate whether it was worth the wait, but at the end of the day it was Doug Coby taking down the win and taking over the points standings and the top spot in Race22’s power rankings.

1.) Doug Coby

Coby has been on a roll to start the season. He’s scored two wins (though one was an exhibition race) and has finished no lower than third. His performance Friday at Stafford was about as dominant as it gets. He took the lead on lap seven and led the rest of the way.

2.) Justin Bonsignore

Friday’s race at Stafford wasn’t an easy one for Bonsignore. He hung around the back of the top 10 most of the night until he pitted for tires. After that he shot to the front and finished second at a track that admittedly isn’t one of his best. He’s off to a hot start and even though he says it’s too early to start thinking about the championship he’s proving that he’ll be a contender.

3.) Woody Pitkat

Many drivers had difficulty passing during the long green flag run that opened Friday’s race, but Pitkat wasn’t one of them. He climbed from 10th to fourth. Pitkat currently sits third in points and has been a threat to win in every race so far. He’s bound to break into victory lane this season.

4.) Bobby Santos

Santos won this year’s Spring Sizzler at Stafford and then qualified on the pole for Friday’s race. It appeared to many people that Santos would be the dominant driver after he was fastest in practice Friday afternoon. That wasn’t the case, but he ran solidly in the top three all race long. He had a shot at Coby coming to take the white flag but ended up dropping a spot to Bonsignore to finish third. Last year Santos was off to a hot start, but he didn’t run every race. This year he said he plans to be at every event and go for the championship. He’s off to a good start so far.

5.) Timmy Solomito

The rookie driver out of Islip, N.Y. has been nothing short of impressive to start off the season. He finished fourth in the Icebreaker at Thompson Speedway in his family-owned car. He went to Stafford and finished eighth at the Spring Sizzler. Friday’s 13th place effort at Stafford wasn’t great, but it’s pretty impressive seeing a part-time rookie driver sitting seventh in points. Sure Ron Silk and Ted Christopher may be sitting ahead of him in points, but they’re expected to compete for top fives. That isn’t expected of Solomito yet even though he’s been doing just that.