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Ross Chastain has an Average Running Position of 17.384 through Week 4 of the 2020 season according to NASCAR Statistical Services.
Chastain’s Average Running Position of 17.384 ranks 18th among 38 drivers. Chastain’s best race ranking came in the wild card Daytona 500. He was 12th-best with an average of 15.3. He’s been consistent since joining Roush Fenway Racing in relief of Ryan Newman with top-20 rankings in the most recent three races.
Added Yesterday 3:35 pm (EST)
Bubba Wallace has earned one top-10 through the first four weeks of the 2020 season.
Wallace’s 2020 top-10 came in the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas after he started deep in the field in 27th. It was aided by some strategy at the end of the race, but it’s not the only sign of strength he’s shown this season. Wallace finished on the lead lap in three of the first four races and has three top-20s as a result.
Added Yesterday 3:28 pm (EST)
Chris Buescher has recorded six fastest laps through Week 4 of the 2020 season.
Buescher’s six fastest laps ranks 30th among 42 drivers and is 0.7% of the available laps for him. He is tied with Reed Sorenson and Brennan Poole for the 30th rank. Buescher has recorded a fastest lap in three of the first four races. The only time he failed to do so was at Auto Club. His greatest number of fastest laps was three in the Daytona 500.
Added Yesterday 3:20 pm (EST)
Michael McDowell has an average finish of 22.00 through Week 4 of the 2020 season.
McDowell’s average finish of 22.00 ranks 25th among 38 drivers with two or more starts this year. McDowell has only one top-15 finish in 2020, which came in the wild card Daytona 500. But he has been a consistently good value for a driver at his level with a 16th-place finish at Phoenix and a 22nd at Auto Club. McDowell should be considered a solid mid-cap option.
Added Yesterday 2:55 pm (EST)
Cole Custer has an average Green Flag Speed rank of 21.00 on non-plate tracks, according to data from NASCAR Statistical Services. Data from Daytona is not meaningful since it reflects drafting speed.
Custer’s average Green Flag Speed rank of 21.00 places him 22nd among 38 drivers; his average finish is 15.33. Equally important, Custer has finished better than his ranking in all three unrestricted races this year. This is important because it not only reveals that he has the speed in his Stewart-Haas Racing ride, but is more than capable of using it.
Added Yesterday 2:45 pm (EST)
Clint Bowyer has earned one top-five and two top-10s so far in 2020.
With one top-five and two top-10s, Bowyer ranks sixth on this chart. Bowyer finished sixth in the Daytona 500, but he struggled over the next two weeks – despite scoring an impressive 12th at Vegas. Bowyer seemed to recapture his momentum at Phoenix in the last race before the COVID-19 break, however, with a fifth.
Added Yesterday 2:33 pm (EST)
Tyler Reddick has a Place-differential of +1.25 through Week 4 of the 2020 season.
Reddick’s +1.25 ranks 15th-best among 38 drivers this year with an average start of 23.75 and finish of 22.50. Reddick’s number should be higher. He finished seven or eight positions better on the two unrestricted, intermediate speedways, but his average took a hit with accidents at Daytona and Phoenix.
Added Yesterday 2:25 pm (EST)
BJ McLeod has posted six laps inside the top 15 so far in 2020, according to NASCAR Statistical Services.
McLeod’s six laps in the top 15 ranks 39th among 42 drivers and is 2.9 percent of his available laps. McLeod is tied with Daniel Suarez at six laps. The only race he has run so far in 2020 has been the Daytona 500 and so many drivers surge into the top 15 that he was ranked only 39th in that event, so it has not positively impacted his handicap.
Added Yesterday 2:15 pm (EST)