NASCAR- DFS

NASCAR- DFS

NASCAR DFS: NASCAR Cup Series Championship

It is now the second year in a row that the NASCAR Cup Series concludes in Phoenix. This year’s Championship four will feature four drivers competing for the title.

NASCAR DFS: Xfinity 500

In the week following his victory at Texas, Kyle Larson maintained his dominance at Kansas, so far winning the first two of the three rounds of eight races.

NASCAR DFS: Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500

Following the Charlotte Roval, which eliminated Kevin Harvick, Christopher Bell, Alex Bowman, and William Byron from playoff contention, NASCAR will now concentrate on the first of three races at Texas Motor Speedway.

NASCAR DFS: Bank of America Roval 400

As a result of Bubba Wallace’s rain-out win last weekend, Denny Hamlin remains the only driver to be assured of his spot in the round of eight. The next track in the round of 12 will be the Charlotte Roval, which will determine which seven drivers will join Hamlin.

NASCAR DFS: YellaWood 500

Now that Denny Hamlin has won Las Vegas, he’s the only driver who’s guaranteed a spot in the Round of Eight, with Talladega looming this Sunday. Talladega has the potential to make or break a playoff driver’s chances of advancing.

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.