With qualifying and practice over, it’s time to dive into the NASCAR DFS picks, fades, and projections for Atlanta. 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 NASCAR DraftKings Daytona 500 slate is a big one. DraftKings has put up a $600k prize pool, with $100k to first place. Let’s talk about some Daytona 500 DraftKings strategies that you can employ for tomorrow’s Great American Race.
Nick Giffen, AKA @RotoDoc has a Ph.D in mathematics, is a three-time qualifier for the DraftKings NASCAR Main Event. RotoDoc placed 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 7th in the $125k DFS tournament for The Clash at Daytona in 2017, one year after placing 1st, 2nd,
The Duels at Daytona are two qualifying races that set the starting lineup for the Daytona 500. I’ll give my NASCAR DFS picks and fades for each of the two races. The Duels are two 60-lap races, with half the field in the first race, and the other half of the
The Clash at Daytona is here, and with qualifying all set (by a random draw), it’s time to give NASCAR DFS picks and projections for the slate. As a reminder, I’m going for the three-peat after I took down this same slate with finishes of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the $100k GPP in
We made it! Another NASCAR DFS season in the books, and boy has it been a successful one. Let’s wrap it up the right way, by hitting big in the last NASCAR DFS picks and projections column for 2017.
After a successful weekend last weekend where I took two second place finishes in the $100k NASCAR Beast GPP, we move on to Phoenix for the second to last race of the year. In honor of Twitter’s new 280 character limit, I’m going to give my NASCAR DFS picks in
Apologies for the late and short article today. I’ve been under the weather, so this week’s NASCAR DFS picks and model will be short, sweet, and to the point.
Because ends only two hours before the race, this will be like the other two weekends this happened…a shell of an article. I’ll give my favorite plays in bullet-point form, and try to get the optimizer up and running as fast as possible. Here are my picks for Martinsville.
NASCAR heads to Kansas for the final race of the second round of the playoffs. As usual, I’ll give you my NASCAR DFS picks and model projections along with ownership projections for Kansas.