Crunching Race Results Data
How is Finishing Position Important in Fantasy NASCAR?
See What Makes Up The Average
This grid helps you with your fantasy NASCAR picks in several ways.
Challenges a drivers average finish position by giving you a more complete picture of what numbers go in to that average finish position number. 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.
This table also helps you spot driver trends. This table may reveal trends a driver has at this track and show you he is on a 'hot-streak' of consecutive good finishes. Again, much more depth than average finish position alone.
It can also show better performance at one event. The table may also show you that a driver is consistently better at either the Spring race or the Fall race.
Races In Table
Links to race results.
- Darlington : 05-11-13
- Darlington : 05-12-12
- Darlington : 05-07-11
- Darlington : 05-08-10
- Darlington : 05-09-09
- Darlington : 05-10-08