NASCAR DFS Bristol Picks, Ownership and Race Projections
After a week off, NASCAR is back for Bristol baby! As always I’ll give you my NASCAR DFS Bristol picks and machine learning projections. Also, we have all new features.
This week we introduce the NASCAR Sim Score App which lets you compare current drivers at Bristol to similar past drivers at Bristol and other similar tracks. For a better primer on the Sim Scores, see the primer article. Also, we have ownership projections this week.
For all of your NASCAR DFS Bristol strategy needs, make sure to check out this week’s NASCAR episode of On the Daily DFS, where Matt Freedman and I go through all the crazy things that are affect strategy this week at Bristol. also, be sure to tune in for RotoViz Live (rotoviz.com/live) at noon ET (9 a.m. PT) on Sunday where I will answer all your NASCAR DFS Bristol questions using the Twitter hashtag #RVLive.
I’m going to continue to put my GPP picks and fades into risk tiers. I tend to have a riskier tolerance, and since I know that’s not for everyone, I’ll am providing a risk level with the GPP picks and fades.
Also, the NASCAR DFS Multi-Lineup Optimizer is updated with the machine learning model projections for this week. The NASCAR Splits App will help you find statistics for each driver’s history at similar tracks.
If you’re new to daily fantasy NASCAR, or simply need a refresher, check out the steep track 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. At Texas it’s necessary to find at least one race dominator for cash, and probably two to three for GPPs.
Let’s get to the picks and projections for the NASCAR DFS Bristol slate.