NASCAR Cup Series

Driver Start Positions by Track

Daytona International Speedway

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Columns 10 to 1 on the table represent each of the 10 races used in the dataset. The number in the 10 column is the driver start position for race number 10 of the races used in the data set. 10 is oldest. 1 is newest.

NASCAR Driver Start Positions by Track - Daytona International Speedway
Driver 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 AVG ST MD ST TRND 4 TRND 10
Aric Almirola 13 999.999 37 26 8 11 4 999.999 5 5 13.6 9.5 DN DN
Christopher Bell 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 5 999.999 17 23 15.0 17.0 UP UP
Josh Bilicki 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 999.999 39 39.0 39.0 ST ST
Ryan Blaney 36 9 3 12 14 10 14 999.999 27 9 14.9 12.0 DN UP
Alex Bowman 999.999 999.999 1 2 2 9 999.999 1 2 8 3.6 2.0 UP UP

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