Despite having to overtake Matt DiBenedetto and battle back from car damage and loose wheels, Denny Hamlin pulled off his fourth season win at the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
C.J. Radune notes that while Joey Logano hasn't visited Victory Lane at Bristol since 2015, he has been one of the more consistent top finishers at the track.
C.J. Radune describes Kevin Harvick using his front-row starting position to earn his third win at the track and his second in the last three trips to Brooklyn, Michigan.
Daniel Hemric started 11th and finished 12th at Michigan in June. A repeat of that finish would be a good payoff for fantasy players taking him with this week's bargain price tag.
Pole sitter Chase Elliott won for the second time in a row at Watkins Glen at the Go Bowling at the Glen, his second win of the season.
Chase Elliott won last year’s Watkins Glen race and is second on C.J. Radune’s Higher Risk Line-Up.
Denny Hamlin managed to get out front during the Gander RV 400 and held on through two late restarts to claim the victory in a fuel-mileage effort.
C.J. Radune notes that Kyle Busch is gunning for his third consecutive win at Pocono this week, and, even with his high price tag, he’s hard to ignore this week.
Kevin Harvick’s winless streak, which dated back to November 2018, ended at Sunday’s Foxwoods Casino Resort 301.
Joey Logano, who’s second in C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup, has two wins at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and finished ninth and 10th there in the two latest races.
Kurt Busch’s four new tires strategy paid off, as he won the Quaker State 400, for his first victory of the season and his first for Chip Ganassi Racing.
Kyle Larson has been strong at tracks similar to the Kentucky Speedway with a runner-up finish in Chicago and a top-10 in Kansas.
Justin Haley pulled out his first win at the rain-delayed Coke Zero Sugar 400 after weather ultimately cut the race short while Haley was out front.
Joey Logano is one of the best superspeedway racers in the field and is only the fifth-highest priced DraftKings selection.
Alex Bowman avoided a late charge by Kyle Larson to win the Camping World 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, guaranteeing his team a spot in the playoffs.
Chase Elliott is second in C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup. The driver has two top-five Chicago finishes from just three career starts.
A near perfect weekend for Martin Truex Jr. and his team moves Truex even with Kyle Busch with four wins this season.
Somewhat bargain-priced Martin Truex Jr. won last year's trip to Sonoma and led 25 laps after starting third in 2017.
After a dominating weekend in which he captured the pole, was victorious in the first stage and was the fastest car in the race, Joey Logano now has his second win of the season.
C. J. Radune anticipates that with the wide-open throttle racing expected this week, Brad Keselowski should have a great race.
Kyle Busch was among the fastest drivers at the Pennsylvania track and lead the most laps on his way to his fourth victory of the year.
Defending race winner Martin Truex Jr. is a bargain compared to Kyle Larsen this week.
Although he was one of the favorites, eventual winner Martin Truex Jr. had an uphill battle after he had early contact with the outside wall.
C.J. Radune notes that Bubba Wallace, who finished fifth in the All-Star Race, makes for an excellent pick at a bargain price.
Even without a guaranteed spot in the main event, Kyle Larson advanced to the All-Star Race, beat out Kevin Harvick for the win and earned himself a spot in future All-Star Races.
C.J. Radune notes that Kyle Busch has been dominant all season and should be one of the main contenders again this week.
Brad Keselowski used a late restart to overcome Alex Bowman and earn his third victory of the season.
Kyle Larson hasn’t had the best luck this season, but he finished third at Dover last week, and finished fourth and third in the two trips to Kansas Speedway last season.
C.J. Radune recaps Monday’s rain delayed Gander RV 400, at which Joe Gibbs Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. won his second race of the season.
Kevin Harvick hasn’t won yet in 2019, but he remains a viable fantasy option, especially in Dover where he won last spring and led more than 200 laps in both 2018 visits.