NASCAR DFS Money Train: Toyota Owners 400

For the second time this season, Gibbs driver Martin Truex Jr worked himself into victory lane. The winning pass would come on lap 485 when he overtook teammate Denny Hamlin. Hamlin himself would run one of the better races at Martinsville to his credit, leading 276 of 500 laps.

NASCAR DFS: Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 Plays

With it being more than a half-century since the Cup Series held a dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway, we should have expected a few surprises. And that is what

Brandon’s Best Bets: Food City Dirt Race

It has been over 50 years since the NASCAR Cup Series has raced on dirt. That will change this weekend after they transformed the Bristol concrete half-mile race track into a half-mile of dirt. This is one of the biggest wild card races of the season and will be wildly entertaining for race fans.

NASCAR DFS Money Train: Folds Of Honor QuikTrip 500

After completing two races in the Southwestern United States, the Cup Series moves back cross-country to Atlanta, Georgia. Looking at the track specs for Atlanta Motor Speedway, it is a 1.5 mile, Quad oval track.

NASCAR DFS Money Train: Instacart 500

This week, the Money Train delves into the DFS options for Sunday’s Cup Series event in Avondale, AZ.

NASCAR DFS: Pennzoil 400 Plays

After a three-week miniseries in Florida, NASCAR now travels 2,033 miles westward to the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. Let’s delve into the DFS driver options for Sunday’s Cup Series event.

NASCAR DFS: Dixie Vodka 400 Plays

Following the completion of the second of two Cup Series events in Daytona, NASCAR moves just a half hour down the road to Homestead for the Dixie 400.

NASCAR DFS: O’Reilly Auto Parts 253

The Cup Series stays in Daytona for another week. This following last Sunday’s season debut, which saw Front Row driver Michael McDowell collect his first-ever Daytona 500 win. However, instead of racing on the traditional 2.5-mile Superspeedway, they will be running on the Daytona Road Course.

Daytona 500 DFS Plays

The Silly Season had a handful of important driver shuffles, the most notable being the signing of Kyle Larson to Hendricks Motorsports. We’d also get the announcement of a brand-new team partnership between former NBA Player Michael Jordan and NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin.

NASCAR DFS Season Finale 500

Coming into Sunday with one last opportunity in which to qualify himself into the Championship Four and 26 points below cutoff, Chase Elliott was not prepared to leave anything to chance, as he was pretty much going to have to win in order to punch his ticket to Phoenix. In the end, there would be no doubt who was the dominant driver.