Since outperforming expectations in 2008, nothing has come easy for Kvapil. However, he may have finally found some stability as he returns to Front Row Motorsports for the second straight year. Kvapil enters the 2011 as the No. 1 option for the two-car operation.
Granted, being the No. 1 option for a team like FRM doesn't say a whole. The organization fielded three full-time cars in 2010 and failed to record a single top-10 finish. That being said, Kvapil is a near lock to run all 36 races in 2011 because he is locked in the first five races and should easily be able to keep the car in the top 35.
In the two seasons, Kvapil was able to run all 36 races, and he compiled average finishes of 26.2 and 23.3. We're not sure he can approach those numbers, but he should easily be a top-30 driver if everything goes as expected. Kvapil should be a serviceable No. 4 option in Draft and Play leagues, and he may even outperform expectations.
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