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It was anything but a clam trip to the desert last weekend, as a trip to Phoenix International Raceway didn't exactly help fantasy owners recover from a wild Daytona 500. Blown motors, fuel mileage and pit strategy ruled the afternoon, sending several big names to bad finishes. On the bright side, it appears that Denny Hamlin may be working his way back into elite fantasy form, equaling his win total from 2011 just two races into the 2012 season.

This weekend's race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway should continue the feeling out process for fantasy owners. The track's 1.5-mile configuration is the most-common layout on the schedule, and it is an even better predictor of long-term success than Phoenix. Call it coincidence if you want, but last season, Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart dominated the race, finishing first and second. At the end of the year, the same two drivers finished tied for first in the standings.

Drivers listed in this article:
  1. Tony Stewart, Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1
  2. Jimmie Johnson, Lowe's/Kobalt Tools
  3. Carl Edwards, Fastenal/Aflac/UPS/Subway
  4. Matt Kenseth, Husky/Dollar General
  5. Kevin Harvick, Budweiser/Jimmy Johns
  6. Greg Biffle, 3M/Bondo
  7. Denny Hamlin, FedEx
  8. Jeff Gordon, Drive to End Hunger/Axalta
  9. Kyle Busch, Mars Brands/Interstate Batteries
  10. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., National Guard/Diet Mountain Dew
  11. Marcos Ambrose, Stanley/Dewalt Power Tools
  12. Jeff Burton, PEAK BlueDEF
  13. Kasey Kahne, Farmers Insurance/Quaker State
  14. Brad Keselowski, Miller Lite
  15. Joey Logano, Shell-Pennzoil
  16. Mark Martin, Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1
  17. Clint Bowyer, 5-Hour Energy
  18. Martin Truex, Jr., Furniture Row
  19. Paul Menard, Menards
  20. Ryan Newman, Caterpillar
  21. Kurt Busch, Haas Automation
  22. Aric Almirola, Smithfield Foods
  23. A.J. Allmendinger, Kingsford/Clorox
  24. Juan Montoya, Target
  25. David Reutimann, Burger King/Doctor Pepper
  26. Jamie McMurray, McDonald's/Cessna
  27. Regan Smith, Guy Roofing
  28. Trevor Bayne, Motorcraft/Quick Lane
  29. Bobby Labonte, TBA
  30. David Ragan, CSX Transportation/Peanut Patch
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