Track: Bristol

Laps: 500

Dominator points: 375

Fast Laps: 250

Laps Led: 125

Welcome Degens, we head back to Bristol, for the night race.  This is also the final race in round one of the playoffs, four drivers will be eliminated after tonight in their quest for a championship.  We have a race to go off of, that happened earlier in the year, other than that we will use the usual 6 race sample.  Give me a follow on Twitter @radjer_DFS

Let’s dive into Tonight’s race, as always all data points are from the last 6 races unless noted.  

10k and above:

Chase Elliott (6): Starts 6th so gives some Dominator potential and PD, he was battling for the lead in the first Bristol race until he and Logano wrecked each other, he also won the all-star race at Bristol this year I like to chase a lot, Bristol numbers aren’t stellar but seem to have the speed there this year.

Denny Hamlin (7): Not in love with the 12k tag but has been one of the dominate cars this year since the return, I will have a small amount of Denny as there is value elsewhere IMO.  Has the second-highest DK avg and avg finish in this range behind Kyle at 53.71/9.00.  finished 17th in race one here.

Kyle Busch (9):  Can’t talk about Bristol without talking about this man.  5.17 avg finish and 94.25 DK avg over the last 6.  Scored at least 90 DK points in 5 of 6 races and led 100 laps here in the spring.  If there is a track to get his groove back this is it.


Brad Keselowski (1)


Really like this entire range today, won’t go over every play but here are my ranks

Ryan Blaney (14): Needs a win here at 8800 love the price, led over 100 laps in 4 of the last 6 races.  Just needs to stay out of trouble

Kurt Busch (13): avg finish of 7.67 and 49.63 DK avg over the last 6 races and finished 7th in the spring.

Jimmie Johnson (24):  Finished 3rd in the spring

The rest

Clint Bowyer (11)

Joey Logano (2): I believe will be a low owned pivot from the 10k range

Erik Jones (20) 


Aric Almirola (10)

MDB (16)


Range blows IMO but here we go

Austin Dillon (5): Ran extremely well the first two races of the first round, will be low owned this is strictly a GPP pivot play.  Finished 6th in the spring here.

Christopher Bell (18):  Gibbs affiliation helps him here finished 9th and scored 61.5 DK points in the spring I will take that again.  Light GPP play.

JHN (31): starting spot and price play here ran well in the spring finishing 13th 

6k and below:

Guys in this range I like

Michael McDowell (26)

Ryan Preece (22)

Daniel Suarez (29)

Timmy Hill (38)