NASCAR Cup Series

Loop Data Driver Rating 2-, 4-, 6-Year Comparisons

Homestead Miami Speedway

6 YEARS (2015 - 2020 /6 races)
4 YEARS (2017 - 2020 /4 races)
2 YEARS (2019 - 2020 /2 races)

Seasons and races included in each year range are shown in the three colored boxes. The year range box color corresponds to the color of their matching column headers in the table. Compare these numbers, especially the Driver Rating, to the Last 3 Comparables in the sidebar that shows the Driver Rating for the top-10 finish positions.

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NASCAR Loop Data Driver Rating Comparisons for 2-, 4- and 6-years
Driver STS DR HI LW RNG STS DR HI LW RNG STS DR HI LW RNG
Anthony Alfredo 2 90.8 93.7 87.9 5.8 2 90.8 93.7 87.9 5.8 2 90.8 93.7 87.9 5.8
AJ Allmendinger 5 74.8 91.7 61.6 30.1 3 75.5 91.7 61.6 30.1 1 91.7 91.7 91.7 0.0
Aric Almirola 6 73.1 103.4 44.0 59.4 4 85.3 103.4 66.2 37.2 2 84.8 103.4 66.2 37.2
Christopher Bell 2 100.3 117.8 82.7 35.1 2 100.3 117.8 82.7 35.1 2 100.3 117.8 82.7 35.1
Josh Bilicki 2 26.9 27.5 26.2 1.3 2 26.9 27.5 26.2 1.3 2 26.9 27.5 26.2 1.3
Ryan Blaney 6 80.9 122.3 49.5 72.8 4 88.6 122.3 54.9 67.4 2 111.9 122.3 101.5 20.8

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