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Anybody know how to determine how many fantasy racers there are total? Doing a report and trying to figure this out. Chime in with your overall rankings, or direct me to where I can find this info.. thanks
go to your team page and check your address bar..there should be a number there..that is your team number..replace this with that number
as of 9:25am EDT this was the last team to register to play
that is the total number of registered users...
I have only done this for people like 10 times this year!!
its hard to determine.you have people w/ multiple id's.not to mention some people dont participate at all.they just make id's so they can post elaborate stories.so i dont think that there is a clear answer.goodluck w/ that
Well, since this is your first post in Yahoo..I'm wondering why the hell you even give a sh!t...
Take a million, round it up or down a couple hundred thousand and you'll be close enough for what you want.
- 1 Reply to Dawg™
What does my first post in Yahoo have to do with asking a valid question? I've been a member since 2003 and I'm a three time champion in my private league. I'm involved in professional motorsports and I'm trying to pull some information together. Statistics from fantasy racing can tell us a lot about the fans.
Why the flack? Anyway, thanks to all that responded, Think I am going to contact Yahoo directly and try and get some accurate numbers if they will even tell us. If anyone else has any info, please post.
- 1 Reply to Bumper2Bumper
Its more than that, for those who sign up for the NN chase league with a new name, the number at the end of the address for your team is the number in order that you signed up..
Like My Protege Racing team is fantasysports.yahoo.com/auto/639
639 means I was the 639th person to sign up for fantasy racing..I just signed a team up, and there are 312,961 people that have signed up, not meaning that all are active..
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