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Jeremy airjer W

2015 HSO Fanstasy Auto Racing Champion

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Congratulations to 88fan, our 2015 HSO Fantasy Auto Racing Champion! 88fan has been in the number one spot since week 15. Just 8 points separated first and second place. If Moose would have swapped Biffle for Menard he would have had the title by 4 points (better luck next year :cry:). Congrats again 88fan for a fantastic year!!

1  88fan9355
2  Moose9347
3  Porcupine9340
4  Fishing_Novice9298
5  Musky9999292
6  Jar Jar9185
7  cat-man9069
8  Airjer9063
9  Odes follies9042
10  juneau49039
11  Rip-Some_Lip8963
13  fishingstar8946
14  Huckfin8864
15  Swivel Digger8862
16  gregg528726
17  Iron Cowboy's8713
18  Team Yaggie8697
19  BlackLundProV8655
20  wally208332
21  BlueLundFisherman8290
22  eric297889
23  Sportland Bait4340
24  hanronson3512

Points behind leader

Jar Jar-170
Odes follies-313
Swivel Digger-493
Iron Cowboy's-642
Team Yaggie-658
Sportland Bait-5015

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 This has to have been one of the most miserable years to try to pick drivers. Cong. to the 88fan on the CHAMPIONSHIP.  THANKS to AIRJER for doing this again--Look out next year.

The winning point total has to have been one of the lowest if not the lowest ever. Normally it's around 9900.   Daytona is only 3 months away:D


Thanks again --to the Boss. 



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Thanks Airjer for running the Game. I enjoy being part of the group. Great season 88fan!! SO CLOSE!!

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