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RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Posted on: August 2, 2010 11:44 am
Edited on: August 9, 2010 1:38 pm
 

Well, a RFR driver finally won, that must mean Bradman got a win... oh wait, he wanted all chevies... but those that decided to use Stewart now instead of later got rewarded nicely. Pretty good week except for a few people. And as for avg. finish, I decided to abolish that since it no longer counts for anything.

Top Lineup- Greg Biffle, Tony Stewart- 365

PODIUM

1.) Obxyankeefan-    335 (Competing with bored at work for most session wins.)

2.) Bored at Work-     324

3.) Coach-                320

NON-PODIUM 300 TIED CLUB

4.) Bradman-            319

5.) Tigersman-          304

Floridawhite-             304

230 CLUB

7.) ILL55INI-            297

8.) M56Nascar-         290

9.) Edwardsfan-         267

10.) Chokin Colts-      254

Mikeyfan-                  254

12.) Hard to Beat-       246 (Handicaps takes him out of the danger zone... not that he still can't be eliminated.)

DANGER ZONE

13.) Roushfenwayguy- 224 (Popular Denny got a top 5, but Jimmie ruined my driver's day.)

14.) Berlyn-                212 (Once avg. finish leader, now slipping down the tubes.)

15.) Fsu1dogs-           210 (With Kurt's failiure, has Fsu's bad session finally come?)

16.) Spikesgator-        192 (Picked the worst possible JGR drivers.)

So pretty good considering nobody picked the winner, but with 8/12 chasers in the top 10, you had to expect something like this would happen.

ILL55INI-            7

Roushfenwayguy- 6
Mikeyfan-            6
Fsu1dogs-           6

Chokin Colts-      5 
Coach-               5 
Bored at Work-    5
Tigersman-         5

Floridawhite-        4
Spikesgator-        4
Obxyankeefan-    4

M56Nascar56-      3
Berlyn-                3

Edwardsfan-         2
Hard to Beat-       2

Bradman-            1

10 handicap: 16th through 23rd

(Jeff Burton at the Glen only)

Jaime McMurray

Kasey Kahne

David Reutimann (+20 for the Glen only)

Joey Logano

Martin Truex Jr.

A.J. Allmendinger

Juan Pablo Montoya (no handicap at the Glen)

Paul Menard

(Boris Said for road courses)

(No changes to +10 handicap list except for order.)
+20 handicap: 24th through 31st

David Ragan

Brad Kesolowski

Scott Speed

Marcos Ambrose (no handicap at the Glen)

Elliot Sadler

Sam Hornish Jr.

Regan Smith

Bobby LaBonte

(Ted Musgrave and Steve Park for road courses)

(Brian Vickers out of +20, Bobby in)
+25 handicap: 32nd through 38th

Robby Gordon (+10 handicap only for the Glen)

Travis Kvapil 

Kevin Conway

David Gilliland

(N/A, Brian Vickers)

David Stremme

Joe Nemechek

(Joe Nemechek and Brian Vickers in, Bobby LaBonte and Mike Bliss out.)

+34 handicap (anyone who is below 38th unless otherwise listed)


Well, Tony Stewart in the last 5 years here has 3 wins, and 5 top 5s, hard to argue with that... and of course Ambrose has never finished outside the top 5 here, also since I can't pick Hamlin with 4 for 4 in top 10s makes those two easy.

Roushfenwayguy- Tony Stewart, Marcos Ambrose

Floridawhite- Jeff Gordon, Marcos Ambrose (JJ & Hamlin week 23 pre-set)

Bradman- Marcos Ambrose, Kyle Busch

Edwardsfan- Marcos Ambrose, Juan Pablo Montoya 

Berlyn- Juan Pablo Montoya, Marcos Ambrose

ILL55INI- Tony Stewart, Marcos Ambrose

Coach- Marcos Ambrose, Tony Stewart


bored at work- Marcos Ambrose, Juan Pablo Montoya


Mikeyfan- Juan Pablo Montoya, Marcos Ambrose


Tigersman- Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon

Chokin Colts- Juan Pablo Montoya, Carl Edwards


M56Nascar- Tony Stewart, Mark Martin

obxyankeefan-  Marcos Ambrose, Sam Hornish Jr. (+20 handicap)

fsu1dogs- Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick


Spikesgator- Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart


HardtoBeat- Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon

Common Picks:

Marcos Ambrose- 10

Tony Stewart-      8

Juan Pablo M.-    5 (All lineups with JPM also have Ambrose... with the exception of Chokin Colts.)

Jeff Gordon-        3

Comments

Since: Nov 28, 2007
Posted on: August 8, 2010 11:14 am
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Watkins Glen:

Tony Stewart and Marcose Ambrose



Since: Nov 8, 2006
Posted on: August 7, 2010 10:50 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

JPM and Edwards



Since: Oct 31, 2008
Posted on: August 7, 2010 9:07 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Calling, yet again, another last minute audible. Lemme take Marcos Ambrose and Kyle Busch for this weekend. Thats the winning combination. Thanks.



Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: August 7, 2010 1:53 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Marcos Ambrose & Juan Montoya



Since: Jan 24, 2008
Posted on: August 7, 2010 11:29 am
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Stewart & M.Martin




Since: Mar 23, 2007
Posted on: August 6, 2010 9:25 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

JPM and Ambrose.



Since: Jan 20, 2007
Posted on: August 6, 2010 5:30 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

I'll go with Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon this week.  Really out on a limb, huh?  Wink



Since: May 12, 2007
Posted on: August 4, 2010 3:13 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Marcus Ambrose
JP Montoya 



Since: Nov 30, 2008
Posted on: August 3, 2010 5:36 pm
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

Well my drivers car fell a part with pieces flying off of it and causing yellows, then Joey was sitting in the top 5 with it raining and then got smoked when it went green, oh how this game can turn even for its best player Spikes, LOL.

I may go down this week, But if I do I will go down with a 4-Time Champion and a "JOKE",


Jimmie Johnson

Tony Stewart

 

Spikes.




Since: May 2, 2007
Posted on: August 3, 2010 9:22 am
 

RFG's Eliminator League Week 22

As always good luck to all and elimination to all but the Dog!Well that's just a little bit of an oxymoron... just a little bit...Is that like having you fingers crossed behind you back while your wishing 'good luck to all'?

I really like the Tony Stewart & Marcos Ambrose team, but since both RFG & Coach have made that choice, well I'm feeling the need to be different. 

I'd like to be the first to pick Tony Stewart & Jeff Gordon



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