Below are how many DraftKings NASCAR points driver scored in the last race at Chicagoland. For more information on what happened last year read our Scouting Report. For doing fantasy research on drivers I would recommend you check out our in-depth weekday prime content (Top Tier Elite Picks > Front Runner Rankings > Mid Pack Predictions).

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Driver Points Start Finish Notes
Brad Keselowski 105.5 25 1 Started mid-pack, overcame an extra pit stop and won. Led 62 laps and had 40 fastest laps.
Kevin Harvick 85.25 12 5 Very strong showing and scored the most “Dominator” points (39.75). Even made an extra pit stop.
Kyle Larson 75 10 3 Started in the rear of the field and tied Keselowski for the most fastest laps.
Jeff Gordon 71.5 8 2 Strong throughout the race and had the best average running position.
Joey Logano 65 28 4 Very fast and and scored lots of “Mover” points from his starting position.
Denny Hamlin 56 24 6 Finished well and scored lots of “Mover” points. Didn’t lead any laps or have fastest laps.
Jamie McMurray 53 11 9 Had a great car. Led 32 laps and had 16 fastest laps.
Kyle Busch 48.5 1 7 Over the last 3 Chicagoland races he has a 4.3 avg finish and a 5.7 avg running position.
Kurt Busch 43.5 14 8 Spun coming to pit road, got a speeding penalty but rebounded to finish well.
Martin Truex Jr. 43 27 14 Only once in 9 Chicago races has he finished outside of 9th and 18th.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 39.5 13 11 Ran a little better than he finished. Had a 7th place avg running position.
Kasey Kahne 37 19 13 Had a solid day but he was a complete non-factor. Had a 17th place avg running position.
Tony Stewart 32 22 18 Typically ran within a few deviations of 20th.
Matt Kenseth 31 5 10 Ran well but lacked “Dominator” points. Has quite a few recent misleading Chicagoland results.
Jimmie Johnson 31 7 12 Has never won at Chicaogland but is as good as they come here.
Austin Dillon 27 15 16 Ran in the mid-teens nearly all afternoon. Had a 15th place averge running position.
Landon Cassill 26 38 28 Started deep and advanced quite a few positions as others had trouble.
Danica Patrick 24 18 19 Has finished slightly better each time she’s raced at Chicagoland.
Reed Sorenson 22 36 29 Hasn’t finished better than 32nd this season.
Ryan Newman 21.5 2 15 Was better than his result. Had a flat tire under green while running which was costly.
Casey Mears 21 29 26 Was his best Chicagoland result over the last seven races.
David Ragan 21 39 31 Didn’t have a good day but benefited from starting deep and moving forward.
Greg Biffle 19 20 23 Was a high-twenties / mid-twenties driver all race long.
AJ Allmendinger 18 17 22 Had a 24th place average running position.
Cole Whitt 17 33 30 Finished where he ran mid-race and where he ran with 27 laps to go.
Justin Allgaier 16 26 27 Was a high-twenties driver all race long.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 14 4 17 Had an OK performance by his standards but starting 4th wasn’t good for his score.
Joe Nemechek 14 41 36 Had a 40th place average running position.
Joey Gase 14 43 37 Had a 41st place average running position.
Michael McDowell 12.5 32 32 Started where he finished
Josh Wise 12 34 33 Hasn’t finished better than 28th over his last 10 races.
Travis Kvapil 12 42 38 Had a 39th place average running position.
Paul Menard 11.5 9 21 Didn’t have a great car and lost many points by where he finished.
Alex Bowman 11 37 35 Has a 30.9 average finish and a 32.5 average running position in 2015.
Carl Edwards 7 3 21 Didn’t have a good car. Lost a lot of points because he started 3rd.
David Gilliland 6 30 34 Had a 37th place average running position.
Mike Bliss -2 40 43 Likely start and parker. Only completed 13 laps before parking for a vibration.
Aric Almirola -15.5 23 41 Very strong car. Engine blew up with 36 laps to go while running in the top ten.