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 71 
 on: February 24, 2016, 12:41:03 AM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Well with the new season, we lost a few of our "legacy" players, but gained two new teams from North Carolina (I guess that franchising just didn't work out for some teams).  Please join us in welcoming Diane and Clay, two of our new friends from NC!  Clay didn't qualify for Daytona, but will be in for all the rest of the season.  But now on to the important business - Keith picking right up where he left off with his championship in 2015, by winning at Daytona.  Awesome job, Keith!  But he had to work for it, nipping Desmond at the line for the win by only ONE point!  Good job, Des!  Bill was 3rd, just 16 points back.   Obviously with the win, Keith has the YTD lead, for now.  Thanks to everyone who came back and Good Luck to everyone, especially Diane and Clay!  This is a tough crowd!

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html

 72 
 on: November 25, 2015, 10:55:44 PM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Despite partying hardy during the race, Keith got the win in our group this week and an awesome 4th in the nation!  Great job, Keith! Even though his wife,Vicki, plied Cheryl with that wonderful Peach Sangria, Cheryl finished 2nd, 13 points behind Keith and 19th in the nation.  Lou was 3rd, 28 points back and 73rd in the nation.  Cheryl's strong finish at Homestead allowed her to win the 2nd Half YTD in our group AND move up to Number 1 in the nation and win the 2nd Half in the entire Collective Racing group!!!  Yeah for me!  Lou finished 2nd, 76 points back.  Keith finished 3rd, 95 points behind Cheryl in the 2nd half YTD.  But, because of his mammoth lead in the 1st Half, Keith is the winner in our group for the entire season!  Good job, rookie!  Because Cheryl finish 4th in the 1st Half, she finishes 2nd overall to Keith, 132 points back.  Lou finishes 3rd overall, 214 points behind Keith.  Desmond was 4th, 334 points back; Bill was 5th, 483 back; and Vicki finishes 6th, 484 points behind her husband.  As always, we appreciate everyone playing in the Speedcouch Fantasy League!  We definitely had a spirited battle with rookies, Keith and Vicki, joining us veterans this season.  They definitely gave us old-timers a run for our money.  I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  And that you will again join us for fantasy racing in 2016. Thanks for playing!

race results - http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague/Results/2015/Week36_Homestead.html
2nd half standings - http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague/standings2.html
final 2015 overall standings - http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague/2015_Final_Standings.html

Lou

 73 
 on: November 18, 2015, 10:09:45 PM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Bill won this week and scored 46th in the nation!  Vicki was just 3 points back in 2nd in our group and 63rd in the nation.  Lou was 7 points behind Bill in 3rd and 83rd in the nation.  Great job to all of you!  Keith seems to have jumped the start of the race and got penalized, or else he was still celebrating from his birthday party on Saturday.  Cheryl still leads our group, but Lou has closed in by 4 points.  Keith is still in 3rd, but has dropped 108 points out of the lead.  Not sure if anyone can catch Cheryl in just one race, but stranger things have happened in NASCAR, like 8 hours of race in the desert!  Only one race left in the season.  Where did the last 9 months go???  Thanks to everyone for playing, as always!

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 74 
 on: November 13, 2015, 02:35:05 PM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Sorry for being so late this week. We had them done earlier but someone forgot to post them online :-(

Cheryl survived all the tire issues that seemed to plague a lot of us to get the win in our group this week and 12th in the nation!  Lou was 12 points back in 2nd and 19th in the nation.  Hannah was 3rd, 20 points back in 31st in the nation. Her win this week allows Cheryl to move into 2nd in the nation YTD!!!  Lou is now 10th in the nation, 65 points behind Cheryl.  Keith is now 14th in the nation, 98 points behind Cheryl.  With just two races to go, it's a tight battle among the top 3.  Who will win?  Multiple-time past champion, Cheryl; perpetual contender, Lou; or rookie, Keith??  Stay tuned!  This could get ugly.  Coming up next week is the flat, boring Phoenix track.  Could it be the great equalizer?  Thanks to everyone for playing!

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 75 
 on: November 04, 2015, 10:30:38 PM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
We had a very eventful race in the Speedcouch League, just like the real race.  Hannah got the win this week and an awesome 53rd in the nation!  Fantastic job, Hannah!  Cheryl was right on her at the end, but had to settle for 2nd, just 1 point back.  Lou was a little further back in 3rd, 22 points back.  But the big shake-up is in the YTD standings, where it appears Cheryl dumped Keith in turn 1 to take the lead and 5th in the entire universe!!!!  Lou was able to get past Keith as well and is now in 2nd, just 53 points back.  Keith has tumbled ALL the way back to 3rd, and is now 67 behind Cheryl.  I guess being AT the race was NOT a good thing for Keith this week.  Too much post-race partying with Jeff Gordon, I guess.  Thanks to everyone for playing and on to boring Texas Speedway next week. 

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 76 
 on: October 28, 2015, 04:49:12 PM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
A wild finish saw Desmond pick up his 4th win of the second half! Congratulations! Close at the line were Richie and Vicki, just a few points back. Cheryl picked up a few markers on standings leader Keith and is now only 5 points back with 4 races to go. No positions in the standings changed, just a few points gained and lost this week. I'm glad to be done with the wild card Talladega race and on to a more predictable one where our skills can be used instead of blind luck affecting it so much. Oh wait, Martinsville could be a bit wild too with retaliations for previous conflicts coming to the surface. Maybe Landon Cassill will finally be a good pick.... Thanks for playing!

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 77 
 on: October 21, 2015, 06:33:54 PM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Looks like Cheryl dumped Lou to get the win this week at Kansas.  Unlike Kenseth, Lou was able to recover and finish in 2nd, just two points back.  Bill was 3rd, 12 points back.  Keith finished WAY back in 6th this week. More importantly, despite hanging onto the 2nd Half YTD lead by a a thread, Cheryl's win allows her to close to within just 8 points of him.  Lou remains in 2nd and closes to within 32 points of Keith this week.  Bill is 4th, 89 points back.  Desmond is 5th, 149 back.  Richie is 6th, 177 back.  Vicki is 7th, 190 behind Keith.  With just a few races left, can Keith hang on, or will he continue his downhill spiral into the clutches of Cheryl and Lou?  Thanks to everyone for playing!  Next up the crapshoot they call Talladega.  The only question there is whether Earnhardt, Jr. can stay out of a Big One and take advantage of that BIG restrictor plate NA$CAR gives him to ensure he moves onto the next round of the Chase? 

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 78 
 on: October 14, 2015, 01:56:15 AM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Somehow Cheryl stayed awake and scored the win this week and 9th in the nation!  Not sure how since she had Kenseth (guess everyone in the world had him too).  Keith was a bit behind in 2nd, 12 points back, with Bill just a little further back in 3rd, 23 points behind Cheryl.  Desmond and Ryan had a photo finish for 4th.  Keith maintains his tenuous hold on the 2nd Half lead, but Cheryl's win allows her to draft past Lou and take over 2nd place.  She is now only 26 points behind Keith. He better start mirror-driving!  Lou drops to 3rd and is now 48 point behind.  Next week is the boring Kansas Speedway.  I hope we can all stay awake long enough to even pick our teams for the race.  As always, thanks to everyone for playing!

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 79 
 on: October 07, 2015, 02:24:06 AM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Looks like Keith used Harvick's illegal car to smoke the field this week and get 36th in the nation.  Cheryl tried valiently to catch him but came up 6 points short in 2nd.  Bill was 3rd, just 11 points behind Keith.  Good job everyone!  Lou seems to have suffered from a busted rear end seal and finished WAY back in 8th, 57 points out of the lead this week.  With the win this week coupled with Lou's dismal finish, Keith takes over the 2nd Half YTD lead.  Lou falls to 2nd, 21 points back.  Cheryl remains in 3rd, but is now only 38 points behind Keith.  Bill jumps up to 4th, 84 points back.  Desmond drops to 5th, 99 points back.  Vicki and Richie are now tied for 6th, 147 points behind Keith.  Up next is the night race at Charlotte!  Thanks to everyone for playing!

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague.html


 80 
 on: September 30, 2015, 12:35:39 AM 
Started by Lou - Last post by Lou
Desmond had enough fuel to get the win at NH and 4th in the entire universe!  Awesome job, Desmond!!!  Matt with 3rd in our group, 30 points back, and Richie was 3rd, 38 points back.  With his win, Desmond drafts by both Bill and Vicki to take over the 4th position YTD!  Great job, Desmond!  Lou remains in the lead 2nd Half YTD, but Keith cut into his lead a bit this week.  He is now only 36 points back in 2nd.  Despite Cheryl's mediocre finish this week, she remains in 3rd YTD, but is now 68 points behind Lou.  Thanks to everyone for playing!  This week we go to a track near and dear to some of hearts:  Dover Downs!  Unfortunately Hurricane Joaquin may be heading that way, so the race may be affected by rain delays.

http://www.speedcouch.com/fantasyleague/index.html

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