DRIVER MOMENTUM

EXTENDED STATISTICS

5 RACES CURRENTLY USED IN CALCULATION

Bristol (#24)
Michigan (#23)
Watkins Glen (#22)
Pocono (#21)
Indianapolis (#20)
Loudon (#19)
Daytona (#18)
Kentucky (#17)
Sonoma (#16)
Michigan (#15)
Pocono (#14)
Dover (#13)
Charlotte (#12)
Kansas (#11)
Talladega (#10)
Richmond (#9)
Darlington (#8)
Fort Worth (#7)
Fontana (#5)
Bristol (#4)
Las Vegas (#3)
Phoenix (#2)
Daytona (#1)
Homestead (#36)
Phoenix (#35)
Fort Worth (#34)
Martinsville (#33)
Talladega (#32)
Charlotte (#31)
Kansas (#30)
Dover (#29)
Loudon (#28)
Chicago (#27)
Richmond (#26)
Atlanta (#25)
Bristol (#24)

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More than mere driver average start and finish positions. Expanded driver averages by track shows you where a driver averages in a wider range of finish positions. Top-5, -10, -15 and -20 along with average points as well as total points converted to both the old and new points systems.

When you're hot your hot! Many fantasy racing players insist on factoring driver momentum into their NASCAR fantasy picks.

A BUNCH OF MALARKEY?

Others say that driver momentum (or any theory of momentum in sports) is a fallacy.

VALID STATISTIC OR VOO DOO?

Still, there's not a NASCAR race weekend that goes by where you don't hear drivers, crew chiefs and the guys in the broadcast booth mention the seemingly simple concept of DRIVER MOMENTUM.

If you are inclined to believe that a driver can be on a 'hot streak' and build upon the previous weeks performance, then this statistic is for you!

Select any combination of races you want from the RACES AVAILABLE section above. You might want to look back over the last two, three, five or more races and see which drivers are performing hot and which ones are cold.