Ty Dillon – I’m not expecting much out of Ty Dillon at Kentucky. “Performance Wise” I would look for him to be a low to mid-twenties driver. At Kentucky, Dillon has two starts under his belt and they both are quite bad. Last year he had major brake problems early which doomed him to a 33rd place finish. It happened extremely early so no fantasy lessons could be learned. In 2016 he drove the #95 and finished 25th.
David Ragan – David Ragan will be one of the best fantasy NASCAR options among the low-tier. Realistically I would view him as a high-teens to low-twenties driver. This year at 1.5 mile tracks minus Chicagoland (problems) he has a 21.6 average finish and a 23.6 average running position. In 4 of those 5 races he’s finished between 23rd to 25th. At Kentucky in the two races on the current configuration he’s finished in the 20’s. Last year he finished 24th, in 2016 he finished 22nd.
Matt DiBenedetto – At Kentucky I’m writing Matt DiBenedetto down for a mid-twenties to high-twenties finish. That’s how he stacks up against the competition on a weekly basis at tracks of this length. Last year at Kentucky he finished 25th. In 2016 he wrecked and finished 38th.
Landon Cassill – At Kentucky I would look for Landon Cassill to be a high-twenties to low-thirties driver. “Performance Wise” that’s how he stacks up against the competition unless the attrition rate is really high. At Kentucky in the last two races in better equipment, Cassill has come home with finishes of 26th and 29th.