NASCAR DFS Picks and Projections for Las Vegas

All of the pre-race on-track sessions are now over, so let’s dive into the NASCAR DFS picks, fades, and projections for Las Vegas. Also, the NASCAR DFS Multi-Lineup Optimizer, Sim Scores, and Splits apps are updated for your NASCAR DFS needs. For betting insights into the race, check out my piece on The Action Network. In that article, I’ll highlight my favorite NASCAR bets for Sunday’s race. Also, my podcast co-host, Matthew Freedman, wrote up five prop-bet plays for the Vegas race as well. Make sure to check out my the NASCAR DFS Vegas early week podcast episode for slate dynamics and what data to focus on, and the post-qualifying episode of On the Daily DFS where I break down drivers in more depth, prior to Saturday practice. Because I will be going to the race, RotoViz Live will be on Saturday Night at 9:30pm ET/6:3opm PT. (NOTE: due to an internet outage, RotoViz Live will not air this week). I’ll break down almost every driver on RotoViz Live — certainly far more than I can touch on in this article, and answer all your NASCAR DFS questions for Sunday’s race. 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 NASCAR DFS picks and projections for Las Vegas!


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 Pts column shows the average projected DraftKings points for races when the driver finishes the race.

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