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Gaffney’s 10 Best NASCAR Paint Schemes of 2022

When NASCAR announced that the side numbers on Cup Series cars were being moved up to near the front wheel well, there was a fair amount of skepticism. A big concern was how this would affect paint schemes in general, with the Trucks and Xfinity series remaining as is.

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NASCAR DFS: DuraMAX Drydene 400

Following the craziness at Talladega, we have the Drydene 400 and Monster Mile in Dover, Delaware.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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NASCAR DFS: Coca-Cola 600

In what was a miserable Sunday afternoon last week at the Circuit of the Americas as Chase Elliott again found himself on top at a road course. While he didn’t have the fastest car all day, Elliott was able to hover among the top-four drivers capitalizing on his opportunities.

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Brandon’s Best Bets: Drydene 400

Last week, at Darlington Martin Truex Jr., put on a clinic. He led 248 laps out of 293 en route to a dominating victory. This week, they head to Dover, Delaware for the Drydene 400. This is a tough track and has the nickname “The Monster Mile” for a reason.

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NASCAR DFS: Drydene 400

For the majority of last Sunday’s event at Darlington, Martin Truex Jr. was in the zone. Truex Jr. would stay strong once he was able to gain that very early foothold (leading a whopping 248 of 293 laps). However, it would not be a smooth finish, considering Kyle Larson’s hard charge in the waning laps.

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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.

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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.

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