NASCAR- DFS

NASCAR- DFS

NASCAR DFS: South Point 400

With plenty of drama and excitement to keep fans interested, last weekend’s night race at Bristol did not disappoint.

NASCAR DFS: Bass Pro Shops Night Race

This week, the Money Train delves into the DFS options for Saturday’s Cup Series event in Bristol, TN. The selections are broken down between high salary, mid-range, and value play. Included are player salaries from both FanDuel (FD) and DraftKings (DK). Best of luck to everyone with lineups this weekend.

NASCAR DFS: Federated Auto Parts 400

This Saturday night at Richmond, the NASCAR Cup Series kicks off a two-week run on the Virginia road courses. Looking at the track specs for Richmond Raceway, it is a 0.75-mile D-shaped asphalt track.

NASCAR DFS: Cookout Southern 500

Last Saturday night’s tumultuous end to the regular season has now ushered us into the round of 16. In keeping with recent tradition, Darlington will again host the first race in the Cup Series playoffs.

NASCAR DFS: Coke Zero Sugar 400

For the second year in a row, the Cup Series will finish off the regular season at Daytona International Speedway. This week, the Money Train delves into the DFS options for Sunday’s Cup Series event in Daytona, FL.

NASCAR DFS: FireKeepers Casino 400

The last time NASCAR ran on an oval was over a month ago, which seems odd when you think about it. Now the spotlight is on Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI.

NASCAR DFS: Verizon 200 at the Brickyard

Kyle Larson led the final 26 laps on Sunday en route to his fifth win on the season. Moreover, he caught  Denny Hamlin in the point race (both have 917 points). Despite this, he would not be free of controversy. On the 55th lap, Larson and Christopher Bell had a dust-up that would leave Bell on the losing end. As Larson attempted to overtake Bell in turn 1, his brakes evidently locked up, which would cause Bell to spin out. Bell finished seventh in the race.

NASCAR DFS: Go Bowling at The Glen

After seeing Kurt Busch pull off the surprise victory to put himself in the playoffs two races ago, Aric Almirola would go and trump that feat in New Hampshire, winning his first-ever Cup race at a track other than a Superspeedway. His win would require getting past three fellow Ford drivers late in the race, including SHR teammate Kevin Harvick and Penske’s Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney.

NASCAR DFS: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301

In Atlanta, it was a brother 1-2 finish with Kurt Busch emerging as the surprise winner. As well as Kurt bested his brother Kyle Busch last Sunday, it’s uncommon these days to see him do that. Amazingly, Kurt didn’t lead more than 144 laps in a Cup race since 2015 at Richmond, in which he led 291 laps.

NASCAR DFS: Quaker State 400

This week, the Money Train delves into the DFS options for Sunday’s Cup Series event in Atlanta, GA. I’ve broken down the selections between high salary, mid-range, and value play.