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In Austin Dillon's lone Nationwide Series appearance at Darlington Raceway in 2012, he started third and earned a fifth-place finish.

The 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion has two starts at the track in the Truck Series. He earned his best finish of fifth in August 2010, coupled with a 15th-place result in March 2011. Dillon will pilot Chassis No. 105 in the VFW Sport Clips Help a Hero 200, the same car he drove to a fourth-place finish at Iowa Speedway in May and a fifth-place finish at Auto Club Speedway in March.-Richard Childress Racing
Tue, May 7, 2013 09:00:00 PM

Matt Kenseth has finished fourth in his last three attempts on unrestricted, intermediate speedways. He started 14th at Kentucky, 15th at New Hampshire, and 13th at Indy en route to those results.

Kenseth seems to be closing in on a victory and while he amasses top-five finishes he remains a great fantasy value. Kenseth should be a starter on quite a few rosters this week.
Aug 1 - 11:46 AM

Brad Keselowski will pilot chassis PRS-912 as his primary this week in Pocono. It was last raced at Charlotte this May where it finished 10th.

In fact, Keselowski spent nearly three-fourths of the Coke 600 among the top 10 so fantasy owners can expect this entry to be stout once more.
Source: Jayski.com
Aug 1 - 11:28 AM

Alex Kennedy has become the go-to driver for No. 33 Joe Falk team at Pocono and on road courses. He will make his third start on this track in the GoBowling.com 400.

In the June race Kennedy was running a mere four laps off the pace at the end, but that netted only a 39th-place finish with limited attrition. This race is important for the driver and fantasy owners because it gives the team a chance to develop some chemistry before next week’s contest at Watkins Glen—where Kennedy may be a longshot dark horse.
Aug 1 - 11:13 AM

Travis Kvapil is the active driver with the greatest improvement in race trim during the most recent six races. On average he qualifies just shy of the 34th-place position and finishes slightly better than 25th.

His average improvement during a race is 8.79, which might help a player win their NASCAR.com Fantasy Live league.
Aug 1 - 10:57 AM

Brian Vickers needs a little more seat time at Pocono before fantasy owners decide what to do with him. He has started only three of the last nine races on this track.

His return to the cockpit at Pocono this June netted only a 19th-place finish, which is nearly identical to his flat track record in 2014. Another finish around the 20th-place position is predicted.
Aug 1 - 10:45 AM

After finishing 40th in the Pocono 400 and again in the Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire, Joey Logano rebounded to finish fifth at Indy last week. That was his fourth top-five on a flat track in six races this year.

Logano won the 2012 Pocono 400, but he finished 13th, 10th, and seventh in his next three starts. His progress has been steady, however, and a top-five this week is well within reach.
Aug 1 - 10:22 AM

Ryan Truex has finished in the top 30 only one time in six races this season. His 30th-place finished came on the short track of Martinsville.

Far more predictive of where he will finish this week is the 32nd he scored in the first Pocono race. There are very few scenarios in which Truex could be considered a reasonable dark horse for the GoBowling.com 400.
Aug 1 - 9:56 AM

After departing from Roush-Fenway Racing, Ragan suffered through three Pocono races without a lead lap finish. His two most recent efforts have not been stellar, but at least he finished on the lead lap last August and this June.

Ragan came close to cracking the top 15 in the Pocono 400 with an 18th. If he backs that up on Sunday he could be an acceptable value, but his average finish on this track with Front Row Motorsports is a modest 26.2.
Aug 1 - 9:41 AM

Kevin Harvick has shown a lot of strength on some of NASCAR’s flat tracks, but Pocono Raceway is often an exception. He has not finished among the top five on this track since spring 2011.

If not for the success he showed at Phoenix and several other tracks earlier this year, he might still be moderately priced and would represent a good value. In cap games where he is expensive or in Yahoo!’s Group A, he should be avoided in the GoBowling.com 400.
Aug 1 - 9:28 AM

Carl Edwards has been a solid contender on flat tracks this year. He finished in the top 10 at Phoenix and Richmond, as well as among the top 15 at Martinsville, New Hampshire, and Indy.

Notably the one flat track race in which he finished poorly came at Pocono, but his 41st in that event was caused by an accident on lap 143 of 160. He was collateral damage in another Kyle Busch vs. Kasey Kahne dustup. Edwards was running 13th before the incident.
Aug 1 - 9:27 AM

Cole Whitt has been consistent on flat tracks this season with five results ranging from 27th through 32nd.

Whitt’s Pocono 400 finish was 30th, which is close to his average on minimally-banked courses. Fantasy owners can expect another result in that same range and plan accordingly.
Aug 1 - 8:52 AM




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