Whether you participate in a Chase fantasy NASCAR league or not, you have reached the home stretch of the season. The last ten races often make or break the fantasy season. Here is the primary reason why. Fantasy owners who have relied on the same top drivers all year long to accumulate points are starting to run out of picks with those drivers. Don’t be surprised when someone from the top of your league’s standings starts sinking in this final stretch of the season.
Hopefully, it is not you.
While many of the top-tier Sprint Cup organizations have been storing away some of their best chassis’ for the Chase, fantasy owners should have stored away some of their top drivers. With only ten races left in the season, it is time to map out your path to the championship. Start planning now which drivers you are going to start in which Chase races. Chances are there is going to be a conflict somewhere. For example, if you have one selection left with *Kasey Kahne* – a driver who has had a rollercoaster of a year – determine now where you might use that pick.