Below are how man DraftKings fantasy NASCAR points drivers scored in the spring 2015 race at Richmond. For doing research on these drivers I would recommend you check out our in-depth content (Top Tier Elite Picks > Front runner Rankings > Mid Pack Predictions)

Driver Points Start Finish Notes
Kurt Busch 151.75 3 1 Dominated the race. Led 291 laps and had 62 fastest laps.
Jimmie Johnson 84.5 36 3 Had a good car and earned lots of “Mover” points.
Joey Logano 82 1 5 Had the best car in the first quarter of the race. Led 94 laps.
Kasey Kahne 82 40 6 Strong over long runs and earned lots of “Mover” points.
Kevin Harvick 71 5 2 Very strong but really never challenged Kurt Busch
Jamie McMurray 59 9 4 Might’ve had the second best car. Very good over long runs.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 46.5 26 14 Had a solid showing. Now has 7 straight top 14’s at RIR.
Matt Kenseth 45.5 8 7 Has been one of the best here since joining JGR.
Ryan Newman 45.5 23 11 Richmond might just be his best track. Ran well this spring.
Clint Bowyer 44.5 17 9 Ran well. Very good at Richmond throughout his career.
Jeff Gordon 44 11 8 Was a consistent front runner.
Martin Truex Jr. 38 6 10 Ran well but wasn’t at his best at the end.
Greg Biffle 34 32 21 Had a 27th place average running position.
Kyle Larson 33 12 12 Started where he finished and had a 13th place avg running position.
Trevor Bayne 32 34 24 This was his first Richmond race.
Chase Elliott 31.5 16 16 Not racing on Saturday night. Was solid this spring.
Justin Allgaier 31.5 22 18 Had a 17th place average running position.
Aric Almirola 31 27 20 Had a 21st place average running positoin.
Paul Menard 29 15 15 Only has one career top ten at Richmond.
Brad Keselowski 28.25 7 17 Top three good but lost a cylinder.
Carl Edwards 27 18 19 Wasn’t strong. Had a 23rd place average running position.
Landon Cassill 25.5 19 26 Has finished between 25th and 34th in last 5 RIR races.
Alex Bowman 24 41 32 Picked up a good amount of “Mover” points.
AJ Allmendinger 22.5 4 13 Was solid and had a 14th place average running position.
Reed Sorenson 22 43 34 Started last and moved forward.
David Gilliland 21 30 31 Need NASA to figure out how he had 18 fastest laps.
Danica Patrick 18 21 25 Ran in the twenties most of the race.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 16 24 28 Really didn’t run that well.
Michael Annett 16 38 33 Has finished in the 30’s in all three RIR races.
Sam Hornish Jr. 16 29 35 Not good. On paper RIR has been one of his better tracks.
Austin Dillon 12.5 20 27 Struggled. Has finished in the twenties in all three RIR races.
Casey Mears 9 25 30 Has a 27.5 avg finish over the last 6 RIR races
Matt DiBenedetto 8.5 37 37 Started 37th, finished 37th & had a 37th place avg running position.
Alex Kennedy 8.5 42 39 Consistent back runner. Had a 41st place avg running position.
David Ragan 8 10 23 Starting 10th doomed his score.
Jeb Burton 7.5 39 38 First Richmond race.
Cole Whitt 3.5 31 36 Has a 36.8 RIR avg finish.
Denny Hamlin 2 2 22 Struggled. Had a -31 pass differential.
Brett Moffitt 0 14 29 Drove the #55. Starting 14th doomed his score.
Jeff Green -3 33 40 Had a 41st place avg running position.
Joey Gase -7 35 43 Crashed and completed 124 laps.
Josh Wise -12 28 42 Had engine problems. In 7 RIR races his avg finish is 37.4.
Tony Stewart -23.5 13 41 Had low teens potential but wrecked.