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Stevie gives an in-depth look on three cash game drivers, three tournament drivers, and two value plays. “I’m going to make sure it’s the best Fantasy NASCAR article in the industry” – Stevie. This article will be posted after qualifying each weekend.
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We have five races this week, including two NASCAR Cup Series races. We get the first ever night race at Martinsville on Wednesday night. The two races last year were awful, and I’m hoping with this new package, we will see a lot better race. They ran this package at ISM and Bristol. We can’t really use Bristol too much, but we can look at the ISM race from earlier this season. Bristol is a short track like Martinsville, but Bristol is a steep track and Martinsville is a flat track. Martinsville, ISM, Indianapolis, Richmond, Pocono, and New Hampshire are the flat tracks. I don’t like adding Indy and Pocono in my “flat track” group for the other tracks. Without any practice, I’ll be relying on track history, recent speed, and flat track data this weekend.
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