Welcome to NASCAR This Week. We're just getting this website started and you may find that some sections are incomplete but we're working every day to get caught up. NASCAR This Week began as a weekly radio show back in April of 2005 on WRFN - Radio Free Nashville, and has since grown to include regionally-flavored newspaper articles and now a Fantasy NASCAR website. At NASCAR This Week, our passion is Fantasy NASCAR racing, and our website is dedicated to becoming your ultimate Fantasy NASCAR resource. Lap-by-lap race reviews, past and current race statistics, driver and track data... all the resources you need to research your weekly Fantasy NASCAR selections; all in one location.
In some cases, we won't try to reinvent the wheel, we'll simply make it convenient for you to find information and resources l ocated on other websites, for example, NASCAR.com, by providing you with an organized list of links to resources that are sometimes difficult to find. In some cases we'll provide you with extremely rare and valuable resources, like driver position Lap Summaries, which are typically available* to NASCAR media only. In other cases, NASCAR This Week will provide our own, totally unique resources for you to utilize, like our Realistic Finishing Averages** for active drivers which are far more accurate than the historical averages you will find on other sites. And be sure to check out our exclusive, "Master View" spreadsheet, which puts all the data relating to a given race in one document; no more flipping back and forth to compare information.
As we begin our newest adventure, NASCAR This Week welcomes your comments and suggestions; please let us know what you think about our site and any ideas you have to improve it. If you like what you see, be sure to save NASCAR This Week's website as one of your internet "favorites."
* Lap Summaries are reproduced with permission of NASCARMedia.com.
** A Realistic Finishing Average (RFA) is where unusual and non-typical results (due to engine failure and/or an accident, for example,) are excluded from a given driver's calculated average, yeilding a more accurate perspective on a driver's past performance and thus a more accurate prediction of a driver's capability on a given track. Trademark, 2007, NASCAR This Week, a Division of MediaMan Productions, Nashville, Tennessee.