Michael McDowell – At New Hampshire I would look for Matt DiBenedetto to be a low to mid-twenties driver. Over his last three races here he’s finished between 23rd and 26th. Last fall he finished 23rd and had a 28th place average running position. In the two races prior to that he finished 26th. This year at shorter flat tracks he hasn’t run well and has results of 32nd (Phoenix) and 31st (Richmond).
David Ragan – New Hampshire hasn’t been a good track for David Ragan and it’s wise not to have your hopes too high with him. Over the last four races at the “Magic Mile” he’s finished between 29th and 32nd. Going back to 2012 he hasn’t finished better than 18th. Last year Ragan had a pair of 29th’s. In 2016 he finished 30th and 32nd. This year at shorter flat tracks visited he has results of 22nd (Phoenix) and 33rd (Richmond). On Sunday I would look for him to likely be about a mid-twenties driver.
Matt DiBenedetto – At New Hampshire, Matt DiBenedetto has a 30.8 average finish. His best result is 28th and over the last five races he’s finished between 28th and 31st. As you can assume there’s a good chance nothing good will come from picking him. Last year DiBenedetto had results of 30th and 31st.
Landon Cassill – Landon Cassill doesn’t have any fantasy value at New Hampshire, unless he starts dead last in some formats. On Sunday I would look for him to be a high-twenties to low-thirties driver. Richmond is the most similar track he raced at this year and at that venue he finished 34th. Last year at New Hampshire, Cassill had results of 23rd and 25th. In 2016 he finished 28th and 29th.