NASCAR Draft Kit: Updated 2017 Driver Rankings
NASCAR Draft Kit: Updated 2017 Driver Rankings

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1. Joey Logano – Despite not having a championship trophy in his case, he's climbed to the top of the hill in NASCAR's top division. Logano has averaged nearly five wins per season over the last three years, and a robust average of 18 Top-5 and 25 Top-10 finishes during the same span. The Penske Racing star is the most dominant statistical driver in the series, and his first championship is simply a matter of time.

2. Kevin Harvick –
Harvick has been an incredible driver for the last four-straight seasons. He's been a top championship contender, multi-race winner and weekly Top-10 finisher. What he and crew chief Rodney Childers have built at Stewart Haas Racing is very ...

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Mark Taylor
Taylor is RotoWire's senior NASCAR writer. A five-time FSWA award winner, Taylor was named the Racing Writer of the Year each of the last two years. He is also a military historian, specifically the World War II U.S. Navy in the Pacific.
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