Landon Cassill was extremely consistent on road courses last year. He qualified 39th at Sonoma before finishing 36th. He then went to Watkins Glen International where he started 36th and finished 35th.
Landon Cassill almost cracked the top 10 at Talladega SuperSpeedway this May with an 11th-place finish and nearly earned a top-15 on the unrestricted, intermediate Auto Club Speedway when he finished 16th, but he has been a solid value because he has one of the five best place-differential averages.
Landon Cassill has scored two top-20 finishes in 11 Kansas Speedway starts. His most recent came in fall 2012.
Landon Cassill has one NASCAR Sprint Cup top-five to his credit and it came at Talladega SuperSpeedway in October 2014. He finished fourth after starting 29th that weekend.
Landon Cassill had a great run in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. He raced among the top 10 most of the day and finished on the same lap as the leaders. Unfortunately, that was only the fourth time in his last 19 attempts that he completed all the laps.
Ty Dillon will get off to a slow start this weekend. On his first lap of qualification at Bristol Motor Speedway in round one for the Food City 500, he clipped the inside apron and spun. Dillon spun half way down the backstretch and crashed into Landon Cassill.
Landon Cassill has earned three results in the mid-20s in the first five races of this season. He was 23rd in the Daytona 500, 25th at Phoenix International Raceway, and 28th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Landon Cassill will visit Phoenix International Raceway for the first time in the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford this week, and he hopes that gives him the added boost to score his first top-20 on the track.
Landon Cassill has failed to finish two of his last three Atlanta Motor Speedway races, both because of engine failures.
Landon Cassill’s average finish on plate tracks is a modest 26.53, but depending on where he qualifies for the Daytona 500 he could be a good value. In 18 starts, he has improved over his qualification effort 72 percent of the time.
Six-year NASCAR Sprint Cup Series veteran Landon Cassill will join the Front Row Motorsports line-up to drive the No. 38 Ford for the 2016 season.
Landon Cassill finished on the same lap as the leaders nine times in 36 races in 2015, which made him a good value when fantasy players caught him during the right week. Most of his strong results were scattered, but he had three straight top-25s from Phoenix International Raceway through Martinsville Speedway in the spring.
Landon Cassill (#01 Florida Lottery Chevrolet Camaro) finished 16th in the November 21st NASCAR XFINITY Series season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 at Florida's Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Homestead-Miami Speedway does not exactly fit into the same category at the similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks because of its progressive banking, but it comes close enough to make projections for mid-cap teams. Cassill has earned 20-something finishes in five of his last seven 1.5-mile races. The two races in which he failed to finish that well were caused by either crash damage or engine failure.