Monday, January 6, 2020

Fantasy NASCAR Spreadsheet 2020

What's in the fantasy NASCAR spreadsheet?

  • Practice - short, long, averages, lap by lap
  • John Henry Projections (My personal projections for me made by my mind, not a computer. I am not selling projections, but you can use these how you see fit)
  • Optimizer
  • Mass Entry Lineup Builder
  • My Notes (click here - excerpt sample)
  • Historical Data
  • Past Optimal Lineups
  • etc.

Season Package

  • $230 (cheaper than last year)
  • That's 94 races
    • If priced $4 a sheet ...$376
    • If $3 a sheet ...$282
      • 230/94 ...you do the math. It's pretty fair

February: 7 races ...$20 

  • Daytona (2/9)
    • Cup (clash)
  • Daytona (2/13-16)
    • Cup, Xfinity, & Trucks
      • update: I made a duel sheet (not sure if there will be contests)
        • so.... technically it's 9 races for $20
  • Las Vegas (2/21-23)
    • Cup, Xfinity, & Trucks

Just send the appropriate amount of money to:
  • PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/PearceDietrich
  • Venmo: @race4theprize
    • Important - In the payment note section:
      • include your gmail address
      • include the package you are purchasing (e.g. February)
        • you can also send this info in a separate email to race4theprize06@gmail.com.


Sunday, January 5, 2020

Fantasy NASCAR Spreadsheet Device

The Amazon Fire HD Tablet 8 is $49 and it works. You have to do a little bit of modification (download some APKs), but it's very simple. Check out the video below to free the tablet of Amazon restrictions and access the google play store.

Once you get the google play store, then you can download the google drive app and google sheets. You will not be able to run opensolver (optimizer), but the MME sheet runs a very similar operation.


The State of Xfinity Plate Racing

An Xfinity plate racing win means nothing. A win at Daytona does not boost a young driver’s career. It doesn’t open doors or catch the eye of potential suitors. Everyone knows plate races are luck and are not a good measure of talent. Cup teams do not evaluate drivers based on plate wins (just ask Ryan Reed), so why try?

Wins are great, but plate wins do not correlate with championships and the purses are small. A simple risk versus reward analysis will lead to the obvious conclusion that these races are just a step above exhibition. Very little can be gained, but so much can be lost. 

Friday, January 3, 2020

Past Clash Podcasts

Old Fantasy NASCAR Podcasts, but the trends are still relevant for DFS NASCAR purposes in the Daytona Clash.
  • episode 179 - Fast Forward 9 minutes