Jamie McMurray Fantasy Racing

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Jamie McMurray – Jamie McMurray should be a solid fantasy option at Charlotte. He’s run well here and this year at 1.5 mile tracks he’s quietly been one of the best drivers. Over the 7 combined races at tracks of this length he has an 8.9 average finish, 6 top tens and has had a result in the top 12 every race. At Charlotte in 3 of the last 4 races he’s finished between 10th and 12th. This spring at Charlotte McMurray had a good race. He earned the 10th best driver rating, had an 11th place average running position and finished 12th. Last fall the number you need to know about him is 10. He finished 10th, earned the 10th best driver rating and had a 10th place average running position. In spring 2016 he didn’t have a great race. He finished 19th and had a 19th place average running position. In fall 2015 McMurray finished 12th. (Yahoo B Driver)

Kurt Busch – Charlotte has been a good track for Kurt Busch and he currently has a series best five straight top 10’s. Over this five race stretch he has the 5th best driver rating, a 7th place average finish, an 8.4 average running position and has led 119 laps. This spring Busch had a good race. He finished 6th, earned the 7th best driver rating and had an 8th place average running position. Additionally he finished 9th in Stage #1, 5th in Stage #2 and 6th in Stage #3. Last fall he had a solid race. He finished 8th and had a 14th place average running position. In spring 2016 he had a good car and was a consistent front runner. In the race he finished 6th, had a 7th place average running position and earned the 7th best driver rating. In the three races prior to that he had results of 5th, 10th and 11th. (Yahoo B Driver)

Clint Bowyer – Five years ago in this race Clint Bowyer last raced his way to victory lane. It should be noted that was a fuel mileage race and by no means did he have the best car. On Sunday I would look for Clint Bowyer should have a solid showing at Charlotte. Performance wise I think he’ll be a low single digits driver who’ll compete for a top ten. This year at 1.5 mile tracks he’s been good. Over the 7 combined races he has an 11.6 average finish and has had a result in the top 14 every race. This spring Bowyer was a low double digits driver at Charlotte. He finished 14th, had a 13th place average running position and earned the 13th best driver rating. To gauge his fantasy value I would only study his performance this spring, and how he’s performed at 1.5 mile tracks this year. (Yahoo B Driver)

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