DraftKings NASCAR Las Vegas Picks and Model Projections
This weekend’s DraftKings NASCAR Las Vegas projections are amped up. I’ve included my Sim Score projections, which I talked about in the DraftKings NASCAR Las Vegas strategy article.
Also, the NASCAR DFS Multi-Lineup Optimizer is updated with the machine learning model projections, and the NASCAR Splits App will help you find statistics for each driver’s history at Las Vegas and other similar tracks.
Also be sure to check out this week’s episode of On the Daily DFS, where Matt and I have Jonathan Bales from FantasyLabs as a guest, where DFS legend Bales talks about his foray into NASCAR DFS as a NASCAR newbie.
If you’re new to daily fantasy NASCAR, or simply need a refresher, check out the large oval section of my track types article. Brush up on your general GPP strategy and game theory if you want to have a shot at taking down first place. If you’re more of a cash game player, check out how to target high floor drivers and remember, at a track as wild as Daytona it is not a requirement to find a race dominator.
Let’s get to the picks and projections.
DraftKings NASCAR Las Vegas Model Projections
The model projections assume that the driver finishes the race – hence why you don’t see any average finishing positions worse than about 31st. The DKPts column shows the average projected DraftKings points for races when the driver finishes the race. Remember, these are average projections, so they include times where the driver finishes further back in the field, so they will tend to be lower than median projections.