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Captain Thunder's Legendary Top-5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - DARLINGTON
 

JEFF GORDON - WINNER
#24 Drive To End Hunger Chevrolet

·         Seven wins, 19 top fives, 22 top 10s; three poles

·         Average finish of 11.5

·         Series-best Average Running Position of 8.1

·         Series-best Driver Rating of 111.8

·         194 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most

·         Series-best Average Green Flag Speed of 160.130 mph

·         Series-high 2,982 Laps in the Top 15 (90.1%)

·         272 Quality Passes, sixth-most

 

GREG BIFFLE
#16 3M/ Red Cross Ford

·         Two wins, two top fives, five top 10s; two poles

·         Average finish of 13.9

·         Average Running Position of 10.3, fifth-best

·         Driver Rating of 107.5, third-best

·         Series-high 286 Fastest Laps Run

·         452 Green Flag Passes, 10th-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 159.878 mph, fifth-fastest

·         2,441 Laps in the Top 15 (73.7%), fifth-most

·         291 Quality Passes (passes of cars in the top 15 under green), third-most

 

KYLE BUSCH
#18 M&M’s Toyota

·         One win, two top fives, five top 10s

·         Average finish of 14.4

·         Average Running Position of 9.0, third-best

·         Driver Rating of 106.2, fifth-best

·         230 Fastest Laps Run, third-most

·         492 Green Flag Passes, fifth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 159.996 mph, third-fastest

·         2,790 Laps in the Top 15 (84.3%), second-most

·         Series-high 337 Quality Passes

 

DENNY HAMLIN
#11 Sport Clips Toyota

·         One win, four top fives, seven top 10s

·         Average finish of 5.4

·         Average Running Position of 8.6, second-best

·         Driver Rating of 108.9, second-best

·         182 Fastest Laps Run, sixth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 159.977 mph, fourth-fastest

·         2,488 Laps in the Top 15 (84.6%), fourth-most

·         266 Quality Passes, seventh-most

 

JIMMIE JOHNSON
#48 KOBALT Tools Chevrolet

·         Three wins, eight top fives, 11 top 10s

·         Average finish of 8.8

·         Average Running Position of 9.9, fourth-best

·         Driver Rating of 107.5, fourth-best

·         233 Fastest Laps Run, second-most

·         485 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 160.069 mph, second-fastest

·         2,504 Laps in the Top 15 (75.6%), third-most

·         252 Quality Passes, eighth-most

 

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(always outside the Top-20 in Sprint Cup points)

KASEY KAHNE





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Captain Thunder's Legendary Top - 5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - TEXAS
 

JIMMIE JOHNSON - WINNER
#48 Lowe's “Spring is Calling” Chevrolet

·         Three wins, 10 top fives, 16 top 10s; one pole

·         Average finish of 8.7

·         Average Running Position of 10.3, second-best

·         Driver Rating of 106.4, second-best

·         Series-high 488 Fastest Laps Run

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 173.319 mph, fifth-fastest

·         4,660 Laps in the Top 15 (77.4%), second-most

·         681 Quality Passes, sixth-most

 

DALE EARNHARDT JR
#88 National Guard Chevrolet

·         One win, four top fives, 13 top 10s; two poles

·         Average finish of 13.7

·         Average Running Position of 11.5, fifth-best

·         Driver Rating of 93.8, seventh-best

·         216 Fastest Laps Run, eighth-most

·         1,343 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 173.134 mph, seventh-fastest

·         4,624 Laps in the Top 15 (76.8%), third-most

·         736 Quality Passes, second-most

 

KYLE BUSCH
#18 Interstate Batteries Toyota

·         One win, six top fives, seven top 10s; one pole

·         Average finish of 14.0

·         Average Running Position of 11.0, fourth-best

·         Driver Rating of 101.6, fourth-best

·         331 Fastest Laps Run, sixth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 173.452 mph, second-fastest

·         4,158 Laps in the Top 15 (73.1%), sixth-most

·         597 Quality Passes, 10th-most

 

CARL EDWARDS
#99 Fastenal Ford

·         Three wins, six top fives, eight top 10s; one pole

·         Average finish of 15.6

·         Average Running Position of 12.3, sixth-best

·         Driver Rating of 97.5, sixth-best

·         358 Fastest Laps Run, third-most

·         1,164 Green Flag Passes, 12th-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 173.320 mph, fourth-fastest

·         4,425 Laps in the Top 15 (73.5%), fifth-most

·         703 Quality Passes, fourth-most

 

MATT KENSETH
#20 Dollar General Toyota

·         Two wins, 13 top fives, 16 top 10s

·         Average finish of 8.3

·         Series-best Average Running Position of 9.0

·         Series-best Driver Rating of 107.2

·         350 Fastest Laps Run, fourth-most

·         1,360 Green Flag Passes, fifth-most

·         Series-best Average Green Flag Speed of 173.482 mph

·         Series-high 4,827 Laps in the Top 15 (80.1%)

·         709 Quality Passes, third-most

 

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KYLE LARSON





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Everything You Need To Know To Get Ready For Martinsville
 

Martinsville Speedway Data

Season Race #: 6 of 36 (03-30-14)

Track Size: 0.526-mile

Banking/Turn 1 & 2: 12 degrees

Banking/Turn 3 & 4: 12 degrees

Banking/Frontstretch: 0 degrees

Banking/Backstretch: 0 degrees

Frontstretch Length:  800 feet

Backstretch Length:  800 feet

Race Length: 500 laps / 263 miles

 

Top 10 Driver Ratings at Martinsville

Jimmie Johnson........................ 124.0

Jeff Gordon.............................. 121.1

Denny Hamlin............................ 111.4

Dale Earnhardt Jr........................ 98.9

Tony Stewart............................... 98.5

Kyle Busch................................. 97.0

Clint Bowyer............................... 93.8

Kevin Harvick.............................. 92.9

Brad Keselowski......................... 89.2

Ryan Newman............................. 87.4

Note: Driver Ratings compiled from 2005-2013 races (18 total) among active drivers at Martinsville Speedway.

 
Qualifying/Race Data

2013 Coors Light Pole winner:

Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet

98.400 mph, 19.244 secs. 04-05-13

 

2013 race winner:

Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet

72.066 mph, (03:38:58), 04-07-13

 

Track qualifying record:

Denny Hamlin, Toyota

99.595 mph, 19.013 secs. 10-25-13

 

Track race record:

Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet

82.223 mph, (3:11:55), 09-22-96
 

Martinsville Speedway:

History

·         Opened in September 1947 by H. Clay Earles, Martinsville, originally a dirt track, is one of the oldest continuously-operating race tracks in the United States.

·         The first NASCAR-sanctioned race at Martinsville was on July 4, 1948.

·         The first NASCAR Sprint Cup race was Sept. 25, 1949.

·         The track was paved in 1955.

·         The first 500-lap event at Martinsville was in 1956.

·         Concrete corners were added atop asphalt in 1976.

Notebook

·         There have been 130 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Martinsville Speedway, one in the inaugural year and two races per year since 1950.

·         593 drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Martinsville; 374 in more than one.

·         NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty has the all-time most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at Martinsville with 67 starts; Jeff Gordon has the most among active drivers with 42.

·         Curtis Turner won the inaugural Coors Light pole at Martinsville Speedway in 1949.

·         57 drivers have Coors Light poles at Martinsville, led by NASCAR Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip with eight; Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with seven.

·         12 drivers have won two or more consecutive Coors Light poles at Martinsville Speedway. Four of the 12 have won three consecutive poles at Martinsville: Glen Wood (Fall of 1959 and 1960 sweep); Darrell Waltrip (1979 sweep and spring 1980); Mark Martin (fall of 1990 and 1991 sweep); Jeff Gordon (2003 sweep and spring 2004).

·         Youngest Martinsville pole winner: Ricky Rudd (4/26/1981 – 24 years, 7 months, 14 days).

·         Oldest Martinsville pole winner: Morgan Shepherd (4/26/1987 – 45 years, 6 months, 14 days).

·         47 different drivers have won at Martinsville Speedway, led by Richard Petty with 15; Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon lead the series among active drivers with eight wins each.

·         23 drivers have multiple wins at Martinsville Speedway only four active drivers have multiple wins:  Jimmie Johnson (eight), Jeff Gordon (eight), Denny Hamlin (four) and Tony Stewart (three).

·         Hendrick Motorsports leads the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in wins at Martinsville Speedway with 21.  

·         21 of 130 races (16.1%) at Martinsville Speedway have been won from the Coors Light pole; seven of those 21 wins came from active drivers: Tony Stewart (2000), Jeff Gordon (2003 twice), Jimmie Johnson (2008, 2012, spring 2013) and Denny Hamlin (2010).

·         The Coors Light pole is the most proficient starting spot in the field at Martinsville producing more wins (21) than any other starting position.

·         36 of the 130 (27.6%) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Martinsville Speedway have been won from the front row: 21 from the pole and 15 from second-place.

·         95 of the 130 (73%) NASCAR Sprint Cup races at Martinsville Speedway have been won from a top-10 starting position.

·         Five of the 130 (3.8%) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Martinsville Speedway have been won from a starting position outside the top 20.

·         The deepest in the field that a race winner has started was 36th, by Kurt Busch in the fall of 2002.

·         Youngest Martinsville winner: Richard Petty (04/10/1960 – 22 years, 9 months, 8 days).

·         Oldest Martinsville winner: Harry Gant (09/22/1991 – 51 years, 8 months, 12 days).

·         NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt leads the series in runner-up finishes at Martinsville Speedway with seven; Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with four, followed by his Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jimmie Johnson with three. 

·         Richard Petty leads the series in top-five finishes at Martinsville Speedway with 30; Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with 27, followed by Jimmie Johnson with 17.

·         Richard Petty leads the series in top-10 finishes at Martinsville Speedway with 37; Jeff Gordon leads all active drivers with 34, followed by Jimmie Johnson (21).

·         Jeff Gordon leads active drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in average starting position at Martinsville Speedway with a 7.238. Ryan Newman is the only other active driver with an average starting position at Martinsville in the top-10 (9.417).

·         Three active drivers have a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series average finish in the top-10 at Martinsville: Jimmie Johnson (5.333), Jeff Gordon (6.833) and Denny Hamlin (8.125).

·         There have been five NSCS green-white-checkered finishes at Martinsville Speedway: fall 2007 (500/506), fall 2008 (500/504), fall 2009 (500/501), spring 2010 (500/508), and spring 2012 (500/515).

·         Jeff Gordon has participated in the most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Martinsville Speedway without a DNF (42).

·         Tony Stewart (4/18/1999) and Scott Riggs (4/10/2005) won their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light poles at Martinsville Speedway.   

·         Mike Bliss (09/27/1998), Travis Kvapil (10/24/2004), Michael McDowell (3/30/2008) and Scott Speed (10/19/2008) made their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career starts at Martinsville Speedway.

·         12 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers have posted consecutive wins at Martinsville Speedway. Fred Lorenzen won four NSCS races straight (the most) from the fall of 1963 through the spring of 1965. 

·         All 10 active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers who have won at Martinsville Speedway participated in at least two or more races before visiting Victory Lane. Tony Stewart won at Martinsville with the fewest previous appearances (three).

·         Ryan Newman competed at Martinsville Speedway 20 times before winning in the spring of 2012; the longest span of any the 10 active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series winners.

·         Four drivers have made 10 or more attempts before their first win at Martinsville Speedway: Mark Martin (12); Bobby Labonte (18), Kevin Harvick (19) and Ryan Newman (20).

·         Since the advent of electronic scoring the closest margin of victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Martinsville Speedway is the 4/1/2007 race won by Jimmie Johnson with a MOV of 0.065 second.

·         Danica Patrick is the only female driver to compete at Martinsville Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.   - source NASCAR media





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Captain Thunder's Legendary Top-5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - MARTINSVILLE
 

DENNY HAMLIN - WINNER
#11 FedEx Freight Toyota

·         Four wins, nine top fives, 13 top 10s; three poles

·         Average finish of 8.1

·         Average Running Position of 8.8, third-best

·         Driver Rating of 111.4, third-best

·         572 Fastest Laps Run, third-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 91.421 mph, third-fastest

·         6,609 Laps in the Top 15 (82.3%), fourth-most

·         560 Quality Passes, fifth-most

 


KYLE BUSCH
#18 M&M’s Toyota

·         Eight top fives, nine top 10s

·         Average finish of 16.0

·         Average Running Position of 13.2, seventh-best

·         Driver Rating of 97.0, sixth-best

·         402 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 91.292 mph, fourth-fastest

·         6,323 Laps in the Top 15 (70.0%), fifth-most

·         578 Quality Passes, fourth-most

 


DALE EARNHARDT JR
#88 Diet Mountain Dew Chevrolet

·         10 top fives, 15 top 10s

·         Average finish of 13.2

·         Average Running Position of 11.0, fourth-best

·         Driver Rating of 98.9, fourth-best

·         455 Fastest Laps Run, fourth-most

·         Series-high 1,042 Green Flag Passes

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 91.288 mph, fifth-fastest

·         6,963 Laps in the Top 15 (77.1%), third-most

·         619 Quality Passes, third-most

 


JEFF GORDON
#24 Axalta Chevrolet

·         Eight wins, 27 top fives, 34 top 10s; seven poles

·         Average finish of 6.8

·         Average Running Position of 6.2, second-best

·         Driver Rating of 121.1, second-best

·         Series-high 1,029 Fastest Laps Run

·         857 Green Flag Passes, 11th-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 91.640 mph, second-fastest

·         8,167 Laps in the Top 15 (90.4%), second-most

·         Series-high 660 Quality Passes

 


JIMMIE JOHNSON
#48 Lowe's Chevrolet

·         Eight wins, 17 top fives, 21 top 10s; three poles

·         Average finish of 5.3

·         Series-best Average Running Position of 5.8

·         Series-best Driver Rating of 124.0

·         954 Fastest Laps Run, second-most

·         Series-best Average Green Flag Speed of 91.652 mph

·         Series-high 8,333 Laps in the Top 15 (92.2%)

·         647 Quality Passes, second-most

 


SLEEPER PICK
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MARTIN TRUEX JR.





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Kyle Busch Wins Goodyear Tire Plagued Race At Fontana
 

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FONTANA, Calif.— In a race that saw tire problems turn the contest upside-down, Kyle Busch won Sunday’s Auto Club 400 in a green-white-checkered-flag finish that took the fifth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event of the year six laps past its scheduled distance.

The first driver on four fresh tires for a restart on Lap 205 at Auto Club Speedway, Busch passed Stewart-Haas Racing teammates Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart on the next-to-last lap, bringing rookie Kyle Larson with him.

Able to keep Larson behind him on the final lap, Busch crossed the finish line .214 seconds ahead of the 21-year-old, who had won the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at the two-mile track one day earlier.

The victory was Busch’s second straight and third overall at Fontana, his first of the season and the 29th of his career. Kurt Busch, who like Stewart took right-side tires only on the final pit stop on Lap 200, ran third, followed by polesitter Matt Kenseth and Stewart.

Jamie McMurray, Brian Vickers, AJ Allmendinger, Paul Menard and Carl Edwards completed the top 10.

“I knew four tires was going to win the race, so I’m glad (crew chief) Dave (Rogers) called that,” Busch said in Victory Lane. “There was some great racing up front between Tony and Kurt there. It was really interesting to watch that.

“I went into Turn 1 thinking I’m going to run the middle and then Tony started sliding off the bottom and I’m like, ‘Nope, not having it.’ I had to get some brake and cut my car to the left and drove underneath him and got him cleared off Turn 2, and I was able to keep Kyle Larson behind me.”

Though he ran second, Larson nevertheless earned Busch’s admiration in the process.

“Man, what a shoe that boy is,” Busch said. “If he would have gotten alongside of me, it would have been a whale of a race. I drove off into Turn 3, but I heard ‘Car inside’ on my left.

“If he drove it in further than I did, Jesus must have told him to stop… What an awesome race this track produced!”

Larson was surprised he was able to reach second place after restarting ninth in the bottom lane for the green-white-checker.

“I was thinking I was going to line up eighth,” Larson said, “but then the 40 (Landon Cassill) stayed out, and I had to line up on the bottom, and I was disappointed because the bottom had been getting jammed up once we got to Turn 1. I was surprised--I just watched it on TV and it was pretty wild--we were four wide there into (Turn) 1.

“Came out in fourth there, I think, and then got to second off Turn 2 the next lap and thought I might have a shot at Kyle, depending on where he'd go into Turn 3. But he was good enough to keep it on the bottom and stay ahead of me. But we'll take second. Long race and definitely didn't expect to run second, so I'll take it and head back to North Carolina with a smile on my face.”

Until the final five laps, the race had all the makings of a routine victory by Jimmie Johnson, who had a commanding lead over Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jeff Gordon as the event approached the regulation distance of 400 miles.

But Johnson, who led 104 laps, blew a left front tire and drove his car to pit road, handing Gordon the lead. No caution.

Brad Keselowski suffered his third left rear tire failure a lap later but stayed out of harm’s way. No caution. The same fate befell Marcos Ambrose on the same lap. No caution.

Finally, when Clint Bowyer’s Toyota spun on lap 198, thanks to a flat left rear tire, NASCAR called the caution that set up the two-lap dash to the finish.

The tire issues that surfaced during Saturday’s practice sessions—particularly in the left rear position—plagued drivers throughout the race, not just at the finish. Kevin Harvick caused the first caution on Lap 18 when his left rear tire blew.

Harvick charged through the field and was running third on Lap 138 when another blown left rear forced him to pit road. With tire debris strewn across the backstretch, NASCAR called a caution on Lap 141, with Johnson in the lead.

Keselowski, who suffered two flat left rears during Saturday’s practice, had two more during the race but both yellow flags rescued him in both cases. Twice Keselowski brought the No. 2 Ford to pit road under caution with the tire soft, escaping a failure at speed that could have damaged the car.

But the third failure, in the closing laps, dropped the 2012 series champion to 26th at the finish.

The race winner, though, had no tire problems and suggested that other teams might have been overly aggressive in lowering tire pressures.

Notes: Gordon was shuffled back on the final restart and finished 13th… Johnson came home 24th, the last driver on the lead lap… Menard, who skipped Friday’s qualifying to be with his wife after the birth of their daughter, posted his ninth-place finish after starting from the rear of the field because of the driver change. Matt Crafton had qualified the car… Sam Hornish Jr. ran 17th in Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 Toyota, after Hamlin left the track for a local hospital before the race to treat a sinus infection that impaired his vision. Hornish had been at the track on standby for Matt Kenseth, whose wife Katie is expecting the couple’s third daughter.  - By Reid Spencer - NASCAR Wire Service

Average Speed of Race Winner:  132.987 mph.
Time of Race:  3 Hrs, 05 Mins, 53 Secs. Margin of Victory:  0.214 Seconds.
Caution Flags:  9 for 42 laps.
Lead Changes:  35 among 15 drivers.

Lap Leaders:   M. Kenseth 0; B. Keselowski 1-9; C. Bowyer 10; B. Keselowski 11-20; D. Ragan 21; B. Keselowski 22; Kyle Busch 23-26; B. Keselowski 27-43; D. Gilliland 44; L. Cassill(i) 45; J. Johnson 46; B. Vickers 47; J. Johnson 48-57; C. Bowyer 58; B. Keselowski 59; J. Johnson 60-70; R. Newman 71-73; M. Kenseth 74-83; J. Johnson 84-86; M. Kenseth 87; J. Nemechek(i) 88; M. Kenseth 89-90; J. Johnson 91-105; J. Gordon 106-119; R. Sorenson 120; M. Kenseth 121-126; J. Johnson 127-142; J. Gordon 143; D. Reutimann 144; J. Johnson 145-167; J. Gordon 168; J. Johnson 169-193; J. Gordon 194-200; L. Cassill(i) 201-203; Kurt Busch 204-205; Kyle Busch 206;.

Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Lead, Laps Led):  J. Johnson 8 times for 104 laps; B. Keselowski 5 times for 38 laps; J. Gordon 4 times for 23 laps; M. Kenseth 4 times for 19 laps; Kyle Busch 2 times for 5 laps; L. Cassill(i) 2 times for 4 laps; R. Newman 1 time for 3 laps; C. Bowyer 2 times for 2 laps; Kurt Busch 1 time for 2 laps; B. Vickers 1 time for 1 lap; J. Nemechek(i) 1 time for 1 lap; D. Ragan 1 time for 1 lap; D. Reutimann 1 time for 1 lap; R. Sorenson 1 time for 1 lap; D. Gilliland 1 time for 1 lap.

Top 16 in Points: C. Edwards - 186; D. Earnhardt Jr. - 185; J. Gordon - 184; B. Keselowski - 182; M. Kenseth - 179; J. Johnson - 165; Kyle Busch - 158; R. Newman - 150; A. Dillon # - 150; J. Logano - 146; D. Hamlin - 140; J. Mcmurray - 138; B. Vickers - 137; P. Menard - 134; R. Stenhouse Jr. - 132; K. Larson # - 131.





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