My Driver Finish Projections for the Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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NASCAR Loop Data Laps Led

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

PRO TIP: Laps Led? They count! Every fantasy NASCAR game I can think of uses Lap Led to award some kind of bonus. Whether its Driver Group Game, NASCAR Fantasy Live, Draftkings or Fan Duel. Laps Led leads to more points. Take advantage of gaining an edge on your competitors by consistently projecting more accurate scoring possibilities for your DFS entry in this points-bearing niche.

Manufacturer Performance

Percentage of laps led by manufacturer in the races in the data set.

Toyota
50.5

% of Laps Led

Ford
33.8

% of Laps Led

Chevrolet
15.3

% of Laps Led

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  • (18 Races selected for use in data set. Drivers with NO Laps Led filtered out.)
NASCAR Loop Data Laps Led at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Driver STS STS Led STS % Led TOT Lap TOT Led % Led HI Led LW Led AVG Led
Aric Almirola 18 5 28% 4,429 138 3.1% 61 4 7.7
Ryan Blaney 15 5 33% 3,843 81 2.1% 34 1 5.4
Clint Bowyer 18 3 17% 4,482 41 0.9% 37 1 2.3

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