Daniel Hemric led 74 laps at Las Vegas earlier this season in a runner-up finish; he also finished third in this race last season.
C.J. Radune likes William Byron this week. He has two prior Las Vegas top-10 finishes, including an eighth-place run in March.
John Hunter Nemechek won the spring race in Las Vegas and should continue to show his dominance with only four races left in the season.
Kyle Busch will need another good night Saturday to avoid slipping down the order and missing the playoffs cutoff.
Justin Allgaier may present a nice value, as he starts on the front row and has a win and 12 top-10s from 20 Bristol starts.
Todd Gilliland has two top-10 finishes in three races at Bristol and hasn't finished worse than 14th at the track. He also starts in the second row, giving him prime track position to challenge for a win.
Martin Truex Jr. has two prior wins at Virginia and has led more than 100 laps in seven of his last nine track visits.
Ty Gibbs will look to get his fourth win under his belt as he starts the race in 15th position.
Sunday’s first playoff race could be Kyle Larson’s to lose, as he’s been the best driver in the series this season and races well at Darlington.
Justin Allgaier already has a Darlington win this season and he'll look for the sweep this weekend at the last regular-season race.
While, John Hunter Nemechek didn’t have an optimal start to the playoffs, he remains one of the most successful drivers on the circuit this season.
If Joey Logano stays out of trouble, he should be one the leaders in this last regular-season race.
February Daytona winner Austin Cindric has gone on to have a great 2021 season so far and could continue his run of good luck Friday.
Denny Hamlin has won twice at Michigan and is still looking for his first victory of the 2021 season.
C.J. Radune says it continues to be hard to ignore Ty Gibbs, who’s been nothing short of a sensation in the Xfinity Series this season.
John Hunter Nemechek has been the driver to beat for much of the 2021 season, and he will start on the front row Friday evening.
C.J. Radune writes that with his win on the IMS road course last year, Chase Briscoe should be on fantasy managers’ radars for Sunday’s race.
C.J. Radune says Ty Gibbs, who already has three wins and eight total top-10s in 10 series appearances, will be hard to ignore at Indy.
C.J. Radune notes Chase Elliott’s domination of road-course races and his previous victories at Watkins Glen races.
C.J. Radune likes former Watkins Glen winner AJ Allmendinger‘s chances in Saturday’s race, at which he’s starting sixth.
Austin Hill, who is locked into the playoffs, will lead the field to green after his win three weeks ago at Knoxville.
Kevin Harvick is still seeking his first win of the season, and the four-time New Hampshire victor could grab the checkered flag in Loudon.
Austin Cindric will start on the outside of the front row and tops C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup.
C.J. Radune notes Tyler Reddick's seventh-place starting spot could make him a good option to consider this week.
Chase Briscoe won on the dirt at Eldora in 2018 and then finished fifth at Bristol earlier this season and should be expected to be a top-five contender Friday night.
C.J. Radune writes that Harrison Burton is bargain priced this week, as he'll start fifth this week and has two top-fives from two series starts at the track.
Chase Elliott has finished first or second in six of the last seven points paying road course races, so it stands to reason he’d be a heavy favorite at Road America.
Austin Cindric, who has four wins already, finished second at Elkhart Lake in 2019 and won this race last season.
For this weekend’s double header, three-time Pocono winner Kyle Busch might be a better for selection for Sunday, after he’s gotten some track time.
Pocono has been a good venue for Austin Cindric, says C.J. Radune, as his three starts produced two top-10s, and he led 11 laps and won the opening stage last year.