The factors that go into building a winning fantasy team at an intermediate track are much different than those at a superspeedway or short track.
He led Kyle Busch by.77 of a second at the end of the 312-lap race. Fast facts: Larson picked up his first win in Las Vegas after finishing second in both Cup and Xfinity there in 2017. That's a tougher task, one that hasn't been accomplished since 2007, and by a driver who is struggling at the moment. He had a four-race win streak at the track from 2013-15; career-wise, he tops all drivers with 1,484 laps led. The cost is worth it. Busch finished second for the second straight week.
Harvick is coming off consecutive victories in Atlanta and Las Vegas and has a record eight Cup victories at the track.
Harvick's pass wasn't officially for the lead.
At a price that is $900 cheaper than Harvick on DraftKings, Busch will be the top alternate dominator.
Our leader in the standings, Joey Logano, hasn't won a race yet, but he's been the most consistent driver on the year.
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Kyle Larson has to be considered one of the favorites when he rolls out onto the pavement this Sunday. Nevertheless, he did win a series-high nine times on 1.5-mile ovals last season. In this race a year ago, Chase led 106 laps and finished 12th. However, a back-and-forth battle with Matt Kenseth ended with the veteran beating out the young gun.
Rossi was not penalized for the contact and finished third. But Rossi was adamant that he didn't err and was justified in racing for the win.
Through three 2018 Cup races, Hamlin has been quietly putting together great finishes. "On the West Coast, this is what we thought our Daytona 500 was".
Plus, there was little argument the vehicle violated the rules at Las Vegas.
It was the sixth victory for Dale Coyne Racing, the first since Bourdais won at St. Petersburg past year.
Jimmie Johnson is winless in 26 races, the longest drought of his career. Polesitter Martin Truex Jr. rounded out the top five. He went on to collect four victories, including a "revenge" win in the next-to-last race at Phoenix. He didn't qualify poorly but will start back in 10th when the green flag is dropped on Sunday. That could make him a sneaky play this week. Here are three drivers we like to contend for the victory. Harvick had said Friday he would do that (it's very much frowned upon by NASCAR because it potentially could knock the auto out of - or in to - compliance) if he won. Newman is also the defending champions of this event. Bowman still finished sixth, an impressive performance he'll try and replicate Sunday. Harvick also won at Atlanta and now Phoenix, however, which means he still is qualified for the postseason on the basis of that first Atlanta win. Last season, Stenhouse was the definition of "mover" in the daily fantasy world. The facility is undergoing a $178 million redevelopment expected to be completed in time for the November playoff race. In the fall race, he started 27th and surged up to eighth. It is hard to imagine him not being the man to beat again today.