Trevor Bayne – This year at shorter flat tracks Trevor Bayne has a pair of teen results. He finished 19th at Phoenix and 13th at Richmond. At New Hampshire he hasn’t been that bad of a performer recently. Last fall he was mid-teens good but finished an asterisk mark 38th after wrecking with 16 laps to go. Shortly before that he was running in 15th. In summer 2016 he didn’t run well and finished 23rd. He’s probably lucky he finished that well. In the race he earned the 26th best driver rating and had a 27th place average running position. In fall 2015 he finished 16th, had a 22nd place average running position and earned the 23rd best driver rating. Its important to note drivers running out of gas during the closing laps bumped him up a few positions. (Yahoo B Driver)

AJ Allmendinger – At New Hampshire I would look for AJ Allmendinger to be around 20th place good. He has three straight results in the low-twenties and in six of the last eight races he’s finished between 18th and 23rd. Last August he was right around 20th place good. When the race reached its conclusion he finished 21st and had a 17th place average running position. In July 2016 he wasn’t competitive and was simply a low twenties performer. In the race he finished 21st, had a 22nd place average running position and earned the 23rd best driver rating. In fall 2015 Allmendinger struggled throughout the race and never ran well. When the checkered flag waved he finished 23rd, had a 27th place average running position and earned the 25th best driver rating. In the two New Hampshire races prior to that he had back to back 13th place results. (Yahoo B Driver)

Ty Dillon – Ty Dillon has never raced at New Hampshire in a Monster Energy Series car. Since that’s the case the best way to evaluate his fantasy value is to study how he’s performed at shorter flat tracks this year. For the season on this sub-track type he has results of 16th (Phoenix) and 26th (Richmond). Last year at New Hampshire in the Xfinity Series he had some sort of problem and finished 33rd. On Sunday I would look for him to be a high-teens to low-twenties driver. (Yahoo C Driver)

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