Monday, October 16, 2017

Kansas 2 Race Info - #FantasyNASCAR Hub

Kansas (10/20-22) - Fantasy NASCAR Hub


Friday

  • 1:00 pm - Practice #1
  • 6:15 pm - Qualifying
Saturday
  • 11:00 am -Practice #2
  • 1:30 pm - Practice #3
Sunday
  • 3:00 pm - Race - Hollywood Casino 400

Monday, October 9, 2017

Talladega 2 Race Info - #FantasyNASCAR Hub

Talladega (10/13-15) - Fantasy NASCAR Hub


Friday
12:00 pm - Practice #1
2:00 pm - Practice #2


Saturday
3:15 - Qualifying

Sunday

1:00 pm - Race - Alabama 500

Fantasy NASCAR Wheel of Death™ - Talladega Fall Race

Fantasy NASCAR Wheel of Death™ - Talladega - October 2017

Now you can play at home. Please, use the Fantasy NASCAR Wheel of Death™ responsibly. Do not use the Fantasy NASCAR Wheel of Death™ at non-restrictor plate races.

(entry list will be updated when released)
 


Looking for a punt? Who are we kidding? Are you looking for 6 punts? Pick them based on their starting position (maybe just 5, do your homework to predict the lap leader).


Monday, October 2, 2017

Charlotte 2 Race Info - #fantasyNASCAR Hub

Charlotte 2 (10/6-8) - Fantasy NASCAR Hub


Friday
1:30 - Practice #1
7:20 - Qualifying

Saturday
11:00 - Practice #2
1:30 - Practice #3

Sunday

2:00 - Race - Bank of America 500

Monday, September 25, 2017

Dover 2 Race Info - #FantasyNASCAR Hub

Dover (9/29-10/1) - Fantasy NASCAR Hub



Friday
10 am - Practice #1
3:40 pm - Qualifying

Saturday
10:30 am - Practice #2
1 pm - Practice #3

Sunday
2pm - Dover Race - Apache Warrior 400 Presented by Lucas Oil

Monday, September 18, 2017

New Hampshire 2 Race Info - #FantasyNASCAR Hub

New Hampshire (9/22-24) - Fantasy NASCAR Hub


Friday
11:30 am - Practice #1
5:15 pm - Qualifying

Saturday
9:00 am - Practice #2
11:30 am - Practice #3

Sunday
2 pm - ISM Connect 300

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Who benefited from the Kentucky Splitter Rule?

Fantasy NASCAR Splitter
Before the Kentucky race, the NASCAR garage was a buzz about the new splitter change. No one knew who would benefit from the change. A Reddit post revisited this topic. The assumption is that JGR has benefited.

Let’s look at the data.

First of all, what was the change?
Teams are no longer allowed to modify the area under the splitter.

Before I go into the data. If you just want the answer, then yes. JGR is the clear winner from this rule change, and yes Truex is being included with the JGR cars. Every oval race since Kentucky has been controlled by JGR. With the exception of Keselowski on the pole at Michigan, and Kyle Larson being Kyle Larson, it has been all JGR Toyotas.