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@nascarcasm’s Fantasy Dumpster Fire returns for third year; compete to win prizes

It’s official! NASCARCASM Fantasy Dumpster Fire returns for its third season and the stakes have never been more the exact same as they were the first year!

That’s right, my annual foray into NASCAR.com’s fantasy racing league is kicking off this weekend with the Daytona 500, and I promise you I’m still just as bad at fantasy racing as I was when I first started. There has been no learning or attempt to improve. If you want to argue semantics, you could say that I’m very consistent.

The league currently stands at an astonishing 6,700+ participants, but we could always use more. The more people you can claim you defeated in fantasy, the better.

Fantasy sports are about bragging rights. They’re about being sage-like in setting your lineups, picking the right drivers for the right tracks, and, if successful, rubbing it in your opponents’ faces. There is no sportsmanship here. If you seek sportsmanship, go find one of those “Foundation For A Better Life” commercials on YouTube.

It’s bound to be a bit more of a toss-up this year, with four of the Xfinity Series’ brightest young stars moving up to the Cup Series. And will Joe Gibbs Racing continue its domination into this season? I don’t know. I don’t consider these things when setting my lineup. I usually set my lineup by letting my dog walk across my keyboard. I’ve stopped trying because I’m that bad at it.

This all said, JOIN US AND HAVE FUN. The link below will take you to the league page. Just sign in to your NASCAR.com account and enter the proverbial octagon!

https://fantasygames.nascar.com/live/league/nascarcasm-s-fantasy-dumpster-fire

NOTE: If you’re already a member of my esteemed fantasy league, there is no need to sign up again, you’re already in.

As usual, the overall winner of the league after the regular season ends (26 races) will receive two hot passes to a race of their choice during the 2021 season.

So click the link and let’s get fantasy-ing! That’s not really a verb, but it should be.

Your perpetual fantasy loser,

@NASCARCASM