Nascar is much more than that. That's what Pak used to believe. When you get to know all the drivers and their personality it becomes WAY more interesting. Also each track is different. There is no way you can tell me that 43 cars going 190 mph on a track thats banked 30 degrees is not interesting.
As for the fantasy league, you have three columns of drivers. From column A you pick two drivers, from column B you pick 4 drivers and 2 drivers from column C. This sounds way more confusing then it really is. The deadline to pick these drivers in normally late Thursday night. If any these drivers qualify in the top four, you will earn points for them. Out of the drivers that you chose, you have to pick only one from A list , two from B list and one from C list for the race. You'll earn points depending on where these drivers finish in the race. You'll also earn points if one of your driver leads a lap. You'll also earn points if one of your drivers leads the most laps.
You pick new drivers for each race, but you can only pick each driver 9 times during the season. That's Paks favorite rule. LOL
It's not nearly as confusing as I made it sound.
Welcome to everybody that signed up. I'll be glad to answer any question that you have.