Drivers have two types of fantasy value every week. They have PersonalFantasy Value and Comparative Fantasy Value.
Personal Fantasy Value is an estimation of how good the driver is at a certain track compared to the 23 venues on the circuit.
Comparative Fantasy Value is an estimation of how good the driver compares to the competition at a certain track.
Let’s talk about Joey Logano’s fantasy value now. His Personal Fantasy Value at Darlington is low. Darlington hasn’t been a good track for him. His best finish is 9th and that result came in his rookie season. His Darlington average finish is 23.0 and among the 23 tracks on the schedule that ranks as his worst average finish. This is why his Personal Fantasy Value is low.
His Comparative Fantasy Value is high. Although it’s not been a good track for him you can probably take it to the bank he’ll be competitive at Darlington. Last year he finished 35th but that result deserves an asterisk mark. While running around 10th with 15 laps to go smoke was coming from his car and it turned out to be a hub issue. After that he went to the garage and was done for the night.