NASCAR Fantasy Racing: One and Done from Atlanta
by Charlie Turner
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hey kenseth – I said no snake eyes allowed!
The Las Vegas race was a real crap-shoot for fantasy players. Some favorites fell and others did just fine thanks. Ten races to go in the One and Done Spring Thing – the first of three games in the 2009 One and Done NASCAR fantasy racing game season. The Spring Thing will wind up with the race in Dover. We’ll pass out a passle of prizes at that point, reset the driver choices to the whole field and go at it for 13 more races in the second One and Done game of 2009. Check out the prize list for the One and Done Spring Thing below.
We’re giving away random weekly prizes too. So even if you feel you’re out of contention for the top ten – which you are NOT, BTW – you can still win stuff. And – the best part – it’s fun and it’s FREE!
So tell your friends to sign up. Maybe they’re feelin’ lucky.
race 4: hotlanta
My favorite NASCAR track. Of course, I’ll say that when we get to Richmond too. And maybe Bristol. Michigan? Probably.
Ten players had race winner Kyle Busch picked last week. Nice job. You must all be very astute observers of the sport. You could have gone for Matt Kenseth to win three in a row. Right Steve? One and Done tends to even the field though, since those of us – cough cough – who picked the Shrub last race, can’t use him at Atlanta, where he’s the defending race winner.
You can view all the results for One and Done week three here.
prizes for your picks
Here is the prize list for the One and Done Spring Thing
The player who finishes with the most points, and survives any tie-breakers will receive a Dale Jarrett Racing Adventure package, good at several NASCAR tracks, including Talladega Superspeedway. You can read the experience of one of our past winners at that track right here.
That’s a great prize, for any game. And second through tenth ain’t too shabby neither.
2nd – Autographed Jamie McMurray Crown Royal team hat and embroidered
Crown Royal team golf shirt (size mens medium)
3rd – Denny Hamlin Limited Edition Memorial Day USMC 1/24th Scale
Diecast from Fed Ex
4th – Michael Waltrip No. 55 Hat and autographed Picture Card
5th – “50 Years of ARCA” Coffee Table Book and ARCA Hat
6th – Gillette Young Guns Hat and Golf Shirt (mens size large)
7th – Geico Racing Max Papis No 13 Hat and T-Shirt (mens size x large)
8th – Denny Hamlin “First Win T-shirt” (mens size large) from Fed Ex
9th – Crown Royal Dan Lowery 400 Roush Racing Hat
10th – Kevin Harvick Bobblehead from Shell Gasolines
On Friday or Saturday I’ll announce the first three weekly winners, chosen randomly from One and Dunners who make a pick for that week’s race. Weekly winners will be determined by the ONPitRow.com random drawing method.
Every week we’ll ask a few folks from around the NASCAR internet community to share who they think would be a good pick for the next race.
Dustin Long NASCAR beat writer for the Landmark Newspapers told us ON PIT ROW last night that he thought Kyle Busch was the choice. Then he kind of switched up and started talking up Tony Stewart. I’m still not sure who he really thinks will win.
Church of the Great Oval’s Clance’ McClannahan thinks that stars are alligned for Matt Kenseth. “Matt’s aspects are all quite good, and his Sun is in the 10th House, which is the House of Profession and Standing. Matt has had this aspect in his chart in every race he has ever won.”
Monday Morning Crew Chief’s Mindy Monday thinks ” Dale Earnhardt Jr is going to win, ’cause he’s hot and wears Wranglers and Cowboy boots.”
I can just see Steve and the DieCast Dude rumaging for their old boots and blue jeans now.