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Drivers have two types of fantasy value every week. They have Comparative Fantasy Value, and Personal Fantasy Value.

Comparative Fantasy Value is an estimation of how good the driver compares to the competition at a certain track.

Personal Fantasy Value is an estimation of how good the driver is at a certain track compared to the other venues on the circuit.

Base Line Finish Ranges give you a good rough idea how drivers should perform heading into the weekend.

The levels of fantasy values for Personal and Comparative Fantasy Values from best to worst are… High > Medium-High > Medium > Low

Fantasy Tip: This post is aimed to help those in allocation based leagues.

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