With fantasy NASCAR season just around the corner, it’s important to stay up to date with all the information you can. Since no single site or writer can provide you with everything (shameless plug: follow me @RotoDoc), it’s important to gather your information from multiple sources.
The NASCAR schedule has been released, complete with start times, television, and radio networks for every race this year.
In this fantasy NASCAR 2016 season primer, we take a look at the Toyota drivers. We’ll look at their average finishing position (Avg Fin), driver rating (DRtg) at every track type, and DraftKings points (DKPts).
In fantasy NASCAR, tracks play an important part in the decision making process. Some drivers do better at one style of track than another, making them better picks at these tracks. You can use our NASCAR Splits App to filter driver statistics by different tracks and track types. Below is a description
In this fantasy NASCAR 2016 season primer, we take a look at the Chevrolet drivers. We’ll look at their average finishing position (Avg Fin), driver rating (DRtg) at every track type, and DraftKings points (DKPts).
In part one of the NASCAR hot takes, you got to read eight of my takes for the 2016 season. For part two, most of the takes come from other fantasy NASCAR writers and one wild and crazy fantasy NASCAR podcast host. We’re only five Sundays away from the Daytona 500, I hope you’re excited
The NFL regular season is over, meaning we’re only a month and a half away from the beginning of the 2016 NASCAR season.
Sunday’s race at Phoenix International Raceway is a big race both for NASCAR and for yours truly. Phoenix is the penultimate race of the NASCAR season, and the last race of the Eliminator Round of The Chase. Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, and Kurt Busch are in must-win mode to advance to the Championship
This weekend NASCAR heads to Texas for the second race of the Eliminator Round of The Chase. The previous race at Martinsville saw plenty of fireworks, which culminated in Matt Kenseth paying back Joey Logano for an incident two weeks prior at Kansas. As a result, Kenseth has been suspended for this week
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is at Martinsville for the first race of the Eliminator round of The Chase. Martinsville is a trick half-mile, flat, paper clip shaped track that often sees a significant amount of bumping and rubbing during the race. As a result, cautions fly in abundance most