Average and Median
Start and Finish positions over several races is the 'traditional' way
fantasy NASCAR players have projectd how a driver may perform in a race.
That's what this section of tools helps you decide.
advanced statistical metrics to measure performance across many granular
details in a race. Running Position, Fast Laps, Green Flag Speed are
examples. Our Loop Data tools helps you make use of this data.
Moving Average line
charts help show how a drivers statistics develop over the course of
many races, full season or specific tracks. These tools use Loop Data
statistics averaged to your choosing to spot insightful trends.
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metrics (Current Salary, Place Differential, Fast Laps and Laps Led) are
integrated into the Traditional, Loop Data and Moving Averages tools.
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metrics (Current Salary, Place Differential, Laps Completed and Laps
Led) are integrated into the Traditional, Loop Data and Moving Averages
tools. Also, there are additional tools specifically for Fan Duel DFS
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Homestead–Miami Speedway is a motor racing track located in Homestead, Florida. The track, which has several configurations, has promoted several series of racing, including NASCAR, the IndyCar Series, the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship series, and the Championship Cup Series.
From 2002 to 2019, Homestead–Miami Speedway had hosted the final race of the season in all three of NASCAR's series: the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, and the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Ford Motor Company sponsors all three of the season-ending races; the races have the names Ford EcoBoost 400, Ford EcoBoost 300, and Ford EcoBoost 200, respectively, and the weekend was marketed as Ford Championship Weekend. The Xfinity Series (then known as the Busch Series) has held its season-ending races at Homestead since 1995.