I started this blog to provide a casual, recreational level of fantasy NASCAR advice and discussion. I've been playing these contests for a number of years and am annoyed by lineup sellers and groups of players using the same lineup. I'm hoping to give the casual player some help in building solid lineups that can beat that annoying crowd most of the time. I'm not a "tout" and don't do this for a living, so proceed accordingly. I hope you enjoy the discussion here and Good Luck!
Race one of four from Kentucky is on the schedule for Thursday night. It's a shorter 200 mile race with stages lengths of 30-30-74 laps. If prior practice holds, we'll probably have a competition caution around lap 15 as well. Based on last year's race, we probably won't see much tire fall off so some 2-tire pit stops might be used to gain track position. Drivers might stay out at the competition caution. Or they could pit then, ride at the back of the pack for the last 10 laps of Stage 1 and then stay out at the end of the stage and cycle to lead when everyone else pits. Fuel window is about 50 laps, so can probably make it from the competition caution to the end of Stage 2.
Here are some key questions and driver targets to help with your cash game lineups.
First, let's talk Dominators. There are three strong candidates and you'll want at least one and maybe two of them.
There are a couple of really good mid-tier position difference upside guys to focus on.
Real cheap. You will probably need one of these guys if you take two Dominators.
My name is Steve and I've won thousands playing NASCAR fantasy racing games. This blog will share my advice for enjoying and winning your fantasy racing games.