NASCAR Pick 'Em 2022 - Richmond

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The deadline for submittal of driver picks for the next race is Sunday, August 14th, 2:30 p.m. Eastern time.

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Missed the Wiping Up The Rear Award by one spot.

Dang it! 😇
 

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So did anyone hear why Bowman pitted in 7th place and came out in the 20's never to be heard from again? I had company and missed it, dammit. I did see why Custer lost some spots while running in the top 10, sorry Magic thats and odd occurrence.
 

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So did anyone hear why Bowman pitted in 7th place and came out in the 20's never to be heard from again? I had company and missed it, dammit. I did see why Custer lost some spots while running in the top 10, sorry Magic thats and odd occurrence.
short story.i picked him inn one of the games
 

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So did anyone hear why Bowman pitted in 7th place and came out in the 20's never to be heard from again? I had company and missed it, dammit. I did see why Custer lost some spots while running in the top 10, sorry Magic thats and odd occurrence.
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With the running of the Federated Auto Part 400 at Richmond Raceway, the NASCAR Cup Series wrapped up the second third of its season (with playoffs), as did the NASCAR Pick 'Em game (without playoffs).

The most popular driver picks, 7th place finisher Martin Truex Jr., 20th place finisher Alex Bowman, and 26th place finisher Cole Custer were each selected by four (different) players.

Ty Gibbs' streak of being the most popular driver pick (three consecutive races) came to an end but @Michfan, the one player who did pick Gibbs at Richmond was awarded the coveted "Wiping Up the Rear" award for his efforts.

Congrats to @Jorge De Guzman and @DC76 for taking the "Highest Finishing Pick" award thanks to their pick of 2nd place finisher Christopher Bell.

The "Most Upward Movement" award also went to @Jorge De Guzman as he moved up four positions in the standings to fifth place.

Congrats to @Head423 :puffin: for maintaining his hold on the top spot in the standings for the sixteenth consecutive race.

Holding on to second place in the standings for the sixth consecutive race is @MAGICMILER, who lost six points to the leader.


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With the running of the Federated Auto Part 400 at Richmond Raceway, the NASCAR Cup Series wrapped up the second third of its season (with playoffs), as did the NASCAR Pick 'Em game (without playoffs).

The most popular driver picks, 7th place finisher Martin Truex Jr., 20th place finisher Alex Bowman, and 26th place finisher Cole Custer were each selected by four (different) players.

Ty Gibbs' streak of being the most popular driver pick (three consecutive races) came to an end but @Michfan, the one player who did pick Gibbs at Richmond was awarded the coveted "Wiping Up the Rear" award for his efforts.

Congrats to @Jorge De Guzman and @DC76 for taking the "Highest Finishing Pick" award thanks to their pick of 2nd place finisher Christopher Bell.

The "Most Upward Movement" award also went to @Jorge De Guzman as he moved up four positions in the standings to fifth place.

Congrats to @Head423 :puffin: for maintaining his hold on the top spot in the standings for the sixteenth consecutive race.

Holding on to second place in the standings for the sixth consecutive race is @MAGICMILER, who lost six points to the leader.


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