Your 2016 Fantasy NASCAR Primer – Track Types
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In fantasy NASCAR, tracks play an important part in the decision making process. Some drivers do better at one style of track than another, making them better picks at these tracks. You can use our NASCAR Splits App to filter driver statistics by different tracks and track types. Below is a description...

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