Fantasy League Standings after Martinsville
Wow. What a race that was. Kyle Busch is locked into the Championship round but the SuperSpeedway Fantasy league battles on!
Thanks in part to Denny Hamlin’s boot of Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson stinking up the show for a second consecutive week, Eric has recaptured the lead 1,657 to 1,608.
James’ team was wounded badly following another issue for Larson. Also, the Elliott spin and Kurt Busch wreck at the end of the race were costly at this point in the playoffs.
Eric’s team was dominant again this week with 5 drivers going over 30 points. The Toyota’s came through for his team at an unlikely spot, a short track.
- Eric and James each picked 8 playoff drivers, draft style.
- The total points earned by a driver throughout the playoffs will contribute to the team’s total.
- Most points earned wins.
ERIC’S TEAM (1,657 TOTAL POINTS/263 FOR THE RACE)
48 Martin Truex Jr.
58 Kyle Busch
31 Denny Hamlin
38 Ryan Blaney
23 Ryan Newman
26 Austin Dillon
31 Matt Kenseth
8 Jamie McMurray
JAMES’ TEAM (1,608 TOTAL POINTS/ 210 RACE TOTAL)
1 Kyle Larson
53 Brad Keselowski
33 Jimmie Johnson
36 Kevin Harvick
27 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
21 Chase Elliott
15 Kurt Busch
24 Kasey Kahne
Eric and James each filled out a bracket for all 10 races. We are also joined by our follower/friend of the podcast, Todd Henry.
After the round of 16 all three players are tied. Points will resume after the Round of 12 is complete.
Round of 12 highlights
James, Eric and Todd all had Larson as the champion. With Larson out there will be no champion points awarded. It comes down to the final four drivers. The only difference is Eric with Jimmie Johnson making it to Homestead.
- Each correct pick is worth 10 points per round for the first three rounds.
- Each correct Homestead Pick is worth 15 points.
- Pick the Champion and you get 20 points.
- Most points win.
ERIC’S CHAMPIONSHIP FOUR (170 POINTS AFTER ROUND OF 12)
Martin Truex Jr
JAMES’ CHAMPIONSHIP FOUR (170 POINTS AFTER ROUND OF 12)
Martin Truex Jr.
TODD’S CHAMPIONSHIP FOUR (170 POINTS AFTER ROUND OF 12)
Martin Truex Jr.