Chris Buescher – Chris Buescher doesn’t have a great track record at New Hampshire. His average finish is 28.0 and all of his results are between 25th and 30th. I think he should be able to beat his best result, but anything better than a low-twenties shouldn’t be expected. This summer at New Hampshire he finished 25th and had a 24th place average running position. Last year at “The Magic Mile” when he was in a less competitive situation he finished 29th and 30th.
Michael McDowell – Michael McDowell has back to back 26th place finishes at New Hampshire. It’s also notable because 26th marks his best finish here. On Sunday I think he has a great chance to finish better than that mark and perhaps be a low-twenties driver. This summer in addition to finishing 26th he had a 25th place average running position. Last fall at New Hampshire when he finished 26th I’ll note performance wise he was slightly better than his result because with 35 laps to go while he was running in low-twenties he spun. In summer 2016 he had electrical problems extremely early so you can void that result. Prior to that race I wouldn’t even bother looking at his track record because he was in such an uncompetitive situation.Don’t be a pretender, become a contender and get the ifantasyrace advantage. REST OF SEASON PASSES are now available. Join Now![/themify_box
David Ragan – I’m not expecting any good to come from picking David Ragan at New Hampshire. Realistically heading into the weekend I think he’s a high-twenties driver. This summer Ragan finished 29th and had a 28th place average running position. Last year he had results of 30th and 32nd.
Landon Cassill – This summer at New Hampshire, Landon Cassill had his best finish. Don’t get too excited because he only finished 23rd. Realistically on Sunday I view him as a high twenties driver. This summer in addition to finishing 23rd he had a 27th place average running position and earned the 28th best driver rating. In his three incident free New Hampshire races prior to that he had results of 29th, 28th and 30th.
Matt DiBenedetto – At New Hampshire you can count on Matt DiBenedetto to be around 30th place good. Over the last four races here he’s finished between 28th and 31st. With him finishing around that range consistently it’s safe to expect that trend to continue.