NASCAR One & Done Picks for New Hampshire


NASCAR needs more short tracks on their schedule. It has been since the first week of May since the MENCS competed on a track under 1.5-miles in length. While the larger tracks have produced some competitive racing this season, the short tracks are where tempers flare and the action heats up. The race at the Magic Mile should be a fun one to watch. The Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 can be seen Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Net.

My goal every year in the One & Done game is to have an average finishing position of 15th or better from my drivers. Sometimes luck does not go our way in Fantasy NASCAR. William Byron was running 2nd at the end of the race at Kentucky. NASCAR determined the No. 24 car beat Clint Bowyer to the start so he was penalized. Byron was still able to finish 18th but a top-five would have been great for our One & Done picks. The average finishing position for the picks in 2019 is 12.9. Not too bad but a top 10 average would be great.

Here are my picks for New Hampshire…

Pick Driver Once

Pick Driver Twice


Driver Result Race Driver Result
Daytona Jamie McMurray 22nd Daytona Jamie McMurray



Aric Almirola 8th Atlanta Aric Almirola 8th
Las Vegas Austin Dillon 20th Las Vegas Brad Keselowski



Kevin Harvick 9th Phoenix Kevin Harvick 9th
Auto Club Brad Keselowski 3rd Auto Club Brad Keselowski



Clint Bowyer 7th Martinsville Clint Bowyer 7th
Texas Jimmie Johnson 5th Texas Joey Logano



Matt Dibenedetto 12th Bristol Erik Jones 24th
Richmond Kyle Busch 8th Richmond Kyle Busch



Ty Dillon 17th Talladega Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 25th
Dover Chase Elliott 5th Dover Chase Elliott



Kurt Busch 7th Kansas Aric Almirola 12th
Charlotte Daniel Suarez 18th Charlotte Martin Truex Jr.



Denny Hamlin 6th Pocono Kyle Larson 26th
Michigan Erik Jones 31st Michigan Clint Bowyer



Michael McDowell 25th Sonoma Kurt Busch 13th
Chicago Alex Bowman 1st Chicago Alex Bowman



Brendan Gaughan 19th Daytona Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 24th
Kentucky William Byron 18th Kentucky Daniel Suarez



Ryan Preece ? Loudon Ryan Blaney


My One & Done pick this week will be Ryan Preece. The No. 47 car has not been up front much this season but we have to use Preece in a race this season. Why not use him at his home track? The Berlin, Connecticut native has 23 starts in the NASCAR Wheelen Modified Series, 1 start in the K&N Pro East Series and 5 starts in the Xfinity Series at the Magic Mile. That is a lot of experience at New Hampshire. If Preece cannot figure out this track, he probably should not be in a Cup Series car.


Good luck this week!


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