Contributors to Fantasy Racing Cheat Sheet
Cliff DeJong (pronounced "De Young"), the man behind AccuPredict, is a research scientist who has crunched numbers his whole life.
An avid NASCAR fan, Cliff was introduced to fantasy NASCAR by his brother (who beat him at just about everything). Cliff put his Carnegie Mellon Computer Science degree and Iowa State University Mathematics degree to use creating successful methods to predict each Cup race based on NASCAR statistics.
It is an obsession that has consumed untold hours.
You can contact Cliff at moc.liamg@tciderpucca
Darren Fauth is the creator of Fantasyracingcheatsheet and it's former incarnation Onebadwheel.
An oval track racing fan since the 70's, Darren was schooled in the world of NASCAR by lifelong friend Carl Fox in 2002. A jack of all trades web developer by day, Darren has used the databasing of NASCAR statistics and creation of web-based tools to continually hone is web development chops.
Darren is responsible for all programming, data, graphics and content on the site.
You can contact Darren using the form on the contact page.
Jeff Gutowski resides in Wisconsin, the home of Matt Kenseth, Dave Marcis, Dick Trickle, Travis Kvapil and Johnny Sauter.
He has written fantasy NASCAR articles since 2004 and plays in many different types of NASCAR fantasy leagues. The main focus of his articles is the Yahoo league because that is where he get most of his questions from.
Jeff enjoys the outdoors, hunting, fishing and golfing. He is also an avid Texas Hold'em player. Jeff spends as much of the NASCAR off-season fishing the frozen Wisconsin lakes as his wife will let him.
You can contact Jeff at moc.liamtoh@cainamastug
James Jones first contributed to Onebadwheel back in the off-season between the 2007 and 2008 NASCAR seasons.
James liked the site and asked if he could contribute some content to it. Typical to James it was not just some small undertaking he was willing to take on. James wrote one of the best researched and enlightening (not to mention entertaining which is how James rolls) 50 Day Countdown to the 50th running of the Daytona 500 over the course of 50 days highlighting cars and drivers associated with each number.
James has continued as a friend since then and is great sounding board and idea-man. He is the originator/collaborator for the many of the ideas on the site.
You don't find James Jones...James Jones finds you.
These individuals have contributed content, ideas and time to Onebadwheel and Fantasyracingcheatsheet and have been instrumental in improvements and progress. They are each much appreciated!