NASCAR Fantasy Picks for YellaWood 500
With Sunday's next NASCAR Cup Series race rapidly approaching with a 2 p.m. EST start time, let's take a look at some drivers to consider when building your fantasy lineup to win the YellaWood 500 this year.
YellaWood 500 Fantasy Picks
*Note: All career results rankings are among active drivers in this weekend's YellaWood 500 with three or more appearances at the Talladega Superspeedway track unless otherwise noted.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has been great in his 14 career appearances here. He doesn't have the best winning rate with one top finish in those 14 races, but Stenhouse Jr. does boast the best average career finishing position on this track (10.93), best top-5 finishing rate (42.86 percent), best top-10 finishing rate (64.29 percent) and third-best top-20 finishing rate (78.57 percent).
Brad Keselowski has been the top competitor when it comes to taking the checkered flag at Dega, with the most wins (five) and the best winning rate (21.74 percent) on this track. Keselowski also has the third-best top-10 finishing rate (47.83 percent), fifth-best top-5 finishing rate (30.43 percent) and the fifth-most total laps led here, with 293.
Aric Almirola is a little more of a long shot compared to our first two consideration, but he's arguably been the best driver at Talladega over any competitor's last seven respective races here. Spanning that last seven-performance stretch, Almirola has posted a field-best 4.71 average finishing position, field-best five top-5 finishes and field-best seven top-10 placements.
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