Crunching Driver Rating Data
How is Loop Data Driver Rating Important in Fantasy NASCAR??
Shows A Different Perspective
This grid helps you with your fantasy NASCAR picks in several ways.
Challenges a drivers average finish position by giving you a better understanding of how a driver did during the race despite his finish position. A driver with a low average finish position looks great by itself. But, this table may show he only ran one race at this track. Or, a driver may have a higher average finish position which has been skewed by a couple bad races. Either way, in those cases, his average finish is not a very accurate indicator.
You can also spot driver trends that may reveal that a driver is on a 'hot-streak' of consecutive good finishes here. Again, much more depth than average finish position alone.
It may also show better performance at one event where a driver is consistently better at either the Spring race or the Fall race.
Races In Table
Links to race Loop Data results.
- Indianapolis : 07-28-13
- Indianapolis : 07-29-12
- Indianapolis : 07-31-11
- Indianapolis : 07-25-10
- Indianapolis : 07-26-09
- Indianapolis : 07-27-08