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NASCAR at Bristol odds, predictions: Betting pioneer releases 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race picks

The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs head into the third week at Bristol Motor Speedway. The green flag drops on the Bass Pro Shops Night Race on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET. This will be the round of 16 cutoff race, as three drivers have locked themselves into the Round of 12. Nine playoff berths remain available going into this weekend. Three times in Cup history, the driver who won the third postseason race has went on to take the series title. 

Kyle Larson, listed at 5-1 in the latest Bass Pro Shops Night Race odds from Caesars Sportsbook, is the current Playoffs points standings leader with 2,151 points. Denny Hamlin, listed at 5-1 odds, and Martin Truex Jr., listed at 15-1 odds, have clinched spots in the Round of 12 along with Larson, Kurt Busch, listed at 18-1 odds, enters the weekend in the 12th and final transfer spot in the standings. He is tied with Alex Bowman, listed at 20-1 odds, with 2,053 points, but holds the current tiebreaker with a best finish of sixth between the two so far in the Round of 16 races. 

Before making any 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race picks, you NEED to see what SportsLine's Micah Roberts has to say. Roberts, a former Vegas bookmaker, was the first to offer expanded NASCAR betting, and now hands out NASCAR winners to his followers on SportsLine. Roberts is the nation's premier NASCAR betting expert, and his top pick, Chase Elliott, won the Jockey Made in America 250 in early July at 2-1 odds. 

He also correctly predicted the Coca-Cola 600 winner in the final event of May, hitting Larson's win at 11-2 odds. The previous week, he was on point at the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix, targeting Elliott as the winner at 8-5 odds.

Now, Roberts has analyzed Saturday's Bass Pro Shops Night Race starting grid. We can tell you he is fading Ryan Blaney, even though he is listed at 10-1 odds. In fact, he says Blaneybarely even cracks the top 15!

Instead, Roberts is high on a long shot who is trying to avoid playoff elimination! This driver is being underestimated by oddsmakers, and anyone who bets on him could hit it BIG. You ABSOLUTELY need to see who it is before making any picks.

So who wins the Bass Pro Shops Night Race 2021? And which enormous long shot stuns NASCAR? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Micah Roberts' full projected leaderboard for the Bass Pro Shops Night Race, all from the nation's premier NASCAR betting expert!

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View the betting odds for Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway (2 p.m. ET, NBC), courtesy of BetMGM.

View the betting odds for Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway (2 p.m. ET, NBC), courtesy of BetMGM.

Anthony Alfredo<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 1,000-1

Anthony Alfredo
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 1,000-1

Corey LaJoie<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 1,000-1

Corey LaJoie
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 1,000-1

Ryan Preece<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 750-1

Ryan Preece
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 750-1

Michael McDowell<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 500-1

Michael McDowell
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 500-1

Ryan Newman<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 300-1

Ryan Newman
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 300-1

Erik Jones<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 250-1

Erik Jones
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 250-1

Cole Custer<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 250-1

Cole Custer
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 250-1

Chase Briscoe<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 200-1

Chase Briscoe
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 200-1

Bubba Wallace<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 200-1

Bubba Wallace
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 200-1

Daniel Suarez<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 150-1

Daniel Suarez
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 150-1

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. <br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 150-1

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 150-1

Chris Buescher<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 125-1

Chris Buescher
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 125-1

Aric Almirola<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 100-1

Aric Almirola
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 100-1

Ross Chastain<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 80-1

Ross Chastain
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 80-1

Matt DiBenedetto<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 66-1

Matt DiBenedetto
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 66-1

Austin Dillon<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 50-1

Austin Dillon
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 50-1

Tyler Reddick<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 33-1

Tyler Reddick
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 33-1

Christopher Bell<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 33-1

Christopher Bell
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 33-1

Kurt Busch<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 25-1

Kurt Busch
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 25-1

Alex Bowman<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 25-1

Alex Bowman
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 25-1

William Byron<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 16-1

William Byron
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 16-1

Brad Keselowski<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 14-1

Brad Keselowski
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 14-1

Joey Logano<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 14-1

Joey Logano
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 14-1

Kevin Harvick<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 14-1

Kevin Harvick
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 14-1

Ryan Blaney<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 9-1

Ryan Blaney
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 9-1

Martin Truex Jr. <br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 15-2

Martin Truex Jr.
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 15-2

Chase Elliott<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 7-1

Chase Elliott
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 7-1

Kyle Busch<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 7-1

Kyle Busch
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 7-1

Denny Hamlin<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 6-1

Denny Hamlin
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 6-1

Kyle Larson<br/>Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 11-4

Kyle Larson
Odds to win 2021 Texas playoff race: 11-4

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2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race odds, picks, lineup: Model reveals predictions for Bristol, NASCAR Playoffs

The NASCAR Playoffs will continue on Saturday with the 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Bristol Night Race has been a tradition in the NASCAR Cup Series since 1961, and last season the stakes were raised when it became the cut race as the third postseason event. With the Round of 12 beginning next week, four drivers will be eliminated from title-contention, so we're sure to see a battle when the green flag drops at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Kyle Busch is only eight points clear of the cutoff, but he's an eight-time winner on the steeply-banked 0.533-mile oval. Busch is a 5-1 co-favorite along with Kyle Larson and Denny Hamlin in the latest 2021 Bristol Night Race odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Chase Elliott (7-1), Brad Keselowski (17-2) and Kevin Harvick (17-2) are also near the top of the 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race odds. Before scouring the 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race starting lineup and making any NASCAR at Bristol predictions, be sure to see the latest 2021 Bristol Night Race picks from SportsLine's proven projection model.

Developed by daily Fantasy pro and SportsLine predictive data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary NASCAR prediction model simulates every race 10,000 times, taking into account factors such as track history and recent results.

The model began the 2020 season paying out big by picking Denny Hamlin to win his second consecutive Daytona 500 at 10-1. The model also called Kevin Harvick's win at Atlanta and nailed a whopping nine top-10 finishers in that race. McClure then used the model to lock in a 10-1 bet on Hamlin for his win at Miami.

At the Brickyard, the model called Harvick's fourth victory of the season. Then during the 2020 NASCAR Playoffs, the model nailed its NASCAR picks in back-to-back races, calling Denny Hamlin to win at 17-2 at Talladega and Chase Elliott to win at 7-2 at the Charlotte Roval.

In the 2021 season, McClure nailed Martin Truex Jr. to win at Martinsville for a strong 3-1 payout. The model also nailed Kyle Larson winning the NASCAR All-Star Race at 5-2 and hit Larson again at the Ally 400 for another 5-2 payout. It also called Chase Elliott to win at Road America for a 5-2 payout and then correctly predicted the top five drivers at Watkins Glen before nailing at least seven of the top 10 in each of the last two weeks. Anyone who has followed its lead on those plays has seen huge returns.

Now, the model simulated the 2021 Bristol Night Race 10,000 times. Head to SportsLine to see the complete projected 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race leaderboard.

Top 2021 Bristol Night Race predictions

One surprise: the model is high on Martin Truex Jr., even though he's a 15-1 long shot in the latest NASCAR at Bristol odds 2021. He's a target for anyone looking for a huge payday. After winning the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series championship and finishing as the runner-up in 2018 and 2019, Truex only won once in 2020 and ran a disappointing seventh in the standings.

However, Truex has captured four wins already in 2021 and enters Saturday sitting third in the standings following a win last week at Richmond. Truex has been a staple near the front of the leaderboard throughout the season, leading in 15 of the 28 races thus far for a total of 775 laps. While he hasn't run strong historically at Bristol, he led 52 laps in the night race in 2019 and was the runner-up under the lights in 2011.

And a massive shocker: Chase Elliot, one of the Vegas favorites at 7-1, stumbles big-time and barely cracks the top 10. There are far better values in this loaded 2021 Bristol Night Race starting lineup. Elliott is currently seventh in the standings and still close enough to the 13th-place bubble (19 points) that he needs to stay on the track on Saturday night.

That shouldn't be a problem for Elliott, but he has never won in 10 starts on the pavement at Bristol Motor Speedway and has also finished outside the top 10 in five of those starts. The defending NASCAR Cup Series champion hasn't won anywhere but a road course this season and is priced too steeply for Saturday night's action.

How to make 2021 NASCAR at Bristol picks

The model is also targeting one other driver with 2021 Bristol Night Race odds of 15-1 or longer to make a serious run at winning it all. It also sees value in a massive triple-digit long shot. Anyone who backs these drivers could hit it big. You can see all of the model's NASCAR picks over at SportsLine.

So who wins the 2021 Bristol Night Race? And which massive triple-digit long shot is a shocking value? Check out the latest 2021 NASCAR at Bristol odds below, then visit SportsLine now to see the full projected 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race leaderboard, all from the model that has called several race winners this season and predicted at least seven of the top 10 the last two weeks. 

2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race odds

Kyle Larson 5-1
Kyle Busch 5-1
Denny Hamlin 5-1
Chase Elliott 7-1
Kevin Harvick 17-2
Brad Keselowski 17-2
Joey Logano 10-1
Ryan Blaney 10-1
Martin Truex Jr. 15-1
Kurt Busch 18-1
Alex Bowman 20-1
William Byron 20-1
Christopher Bell 28-1
Ross Chastain 40-1
Tyler Reddick 40-1
Aric Almirola 40-1
Austin Dillon 60-1
Matt DiBenedetto 60-1
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 100-1
Bubba Wallace 100-1
Daniel Suarez 125-1
Ryan Newman 150-1
Cole Custer 150-1
Chris Buescher 250-1
Erik Jones 300-1
Chase Briscoe 300-1
Michael McDowell 500-1
Ryan Preece 750-1
Corey Lajoie 2500-1
Justin Haley 2500-1
Anthony Alfredo 2500-1
Garrett Smithley 5000-1
David Starr 5000-1
James Davison 5000-1
B.J. McLeod 5000-1
Quin Houff 5000-1
J.J. Yeley 5000-1
Josh Bilicki 5000-1

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NASCAR Xfinity Series: DraftKings DFS Lineup Picks for Bristol Food City 300 (9/17/21)

We've got some Friday night action at Bristol Motor Speedway.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will take to the high banks of the 0.5-mile track this week in the final race before the playoffs begin. Can a surprise driver win his way into the Round of 12?

Here at RotoBaller, we want to help you make informed decisions about your DFS lineups, which is why I'll be breaking down the slates for the Xfinity Series. Let's look at some NASCAR Xfinity DFS lineup picks for the Food City 300 on DraftKings. Be sure to also check out our NASCAR Premium Tools for Xfinity Series including our DFS Lineup Optimizer and powerful Research Station.

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Ty Gibbs #54 ($11,500)

Starting 3rd

My dominator pick in this race, Ty Gibbs won Thursday's ARCA race at Bristol, winning the 200-lap race by 2.431 seconds over Sammy Smith.  Gibbs led 192 laps.

Last year, Gibbs was second in the ARCA race here, leading 53 laps.

This 54 car has dominated the Xfinity Series this year regardless of who has been driving it, but Gibbs has been especially impressive because of his youth and his lack of Xfinity experience before 2021. He could run off with this race, giving him a ton of upside.

Sam Mayer #8 ($9,900)

Starting 22nd

Sam Mayer won here in the Truck Series last year. While his Xfinity starts haven't been great, he is coming off of a 12th-place finish at Richmond and has more of a background at short tracks than he does at other track types.

Because of that, I'll be rolling with Mayer in a good number of lineups because he starts 22nd in a JRM car, which gives him a good bit of place differential upside. He likely won't repeat that race-winning Truck performance, but he is capable of posting some fast laps and moving up quickly through the field.

Brett Moffitt #02 ($8,500)

Starting 20th

After missing two races, Brett Moffitt is back, and he returns at a track that's been pretty good to him in the past. And since he's also someone who has won here in a lower series, let's go ahead and talk about him too, since that weirdly appears to be my criteria today for recommending drivers.

Moffitt ran four Truck Series races here. He had a win in 2019 in which he led 65 laps. He has two second-place finishes, including last year, when he led 117 laps in the race that Mayer won.

While this Our Motorsports car isn't elite, Moffitt has had some good runs in it, including 11 finishes of 11th or better. That doesn't include a 12th at short track Martinsville. This team is improving. Moffitt has top 10 upside here.

 

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Landon Cassill #4 ($7,700)

Starting 35th

After a points swap with Ryan Vargas, Landon Cassill started 31st last week and was a popular fantasy play because of the place differential upside. He finished 39th because of an ignition issue.

This week, Cassill starts 35th and remains a popular fantasy play. He's JD Motorsports' best driver and is always a threat to finish in the top 20, especially at a track like this where the performance of the car isn't as important as the performance of the driver. Don't let last week scare you off of Cassill.

Sage Karam #31 ($6,500)

Starting 32nd

This will be interesting.

Karam is best known for his Indycar career, but he's been transitioning into stock cars. He raced this car at the Indianapolis road course, finishing 26th. He doesn't have stock car experience on short tracks.

But hey, his lone podium in Indycar was at Iowa, which isn't at all like Bristol but was a short track. And at this price, there's plenty of place differential upside, so why not take a risk on a talented driver? Experience matters, but sometimes we've got to take a risk.

Jade Buford #48 ($5,700)

Starting 30th

Hmm. Buford has a road course background, but he ran the ARCA race on Thursday to get some experience at Bristol. He didn't do great, but experience is experience, right?

Buford has been solid in this 48 car, with an average finish of 23.1. He has one top 10 and has been running at the finish in 20 of his 24 starts.

He's hit a rough patch after finishing lower than 20th in three straight races, but he's got definite top 20 upside. He was 19th at Martinsville and has run some good laps at various ovals. Some good place differential upside here.

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2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race odds, picks and prediction

The NASCAR Cup Series returns to Bristol Motor Speedway for the Bass Pro Shops Night Race Saturday. The green flag is set to drop at approximately 7:35 p.m. ET. Below we analyze the 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race odds and lines, with NASCAR picks and predictions.

This will be the first race on the pavement at Bristol Motor Speedway this season as you might recall we had a dirt-surface race March 29, which was won by Penske Racing’s Joey Logano.

The last driver to win on the pavement was Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick last Sept. 19, in the night race.

2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race: What you need to know

  • Martin Truex Jr., of Joe Gibbs Racing, is on the pole for Saturday’s race. He hasn’t had a lot of success at this track in the past, however, posting just two top-5 runs, three top-10 finishes and no wins with a 20.73 Average-Finish Position (AFP) in 30 career Cup starts.
  • MTJ’s teammate Kyle Busch has dominated at Bristol. The driver of the No. 18 machine leads all active drivers with eight wins, 14 top-5 finishes, 19 top-10 runs and 2,592 laps led with a 12.77 AFP.
  • Kurt Busch is second to his little brother with six career victories at Bristol, and he has 21 top-10 finishes in his 40 career Cup starts.
  • Harvick won last summer’s night race, and he is one of just four active drivers with at least three career Cup wins at BMS. The Busch Bros. and Penske’s Brad Keselowski (3) are the others.

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Who is going to win the 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race?

Odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated at 10:10 a.m. ET.

KYLE BUSCH (+380) is the favorite here. His brother KURT BUSCH (+1500) has decent odds considering he has six career victories in Thunder Valley. Take advantage.

KYLE LARSON (+425) has never won in 12 career Cup starts, and he has just two finishes inside the Top 5, or 16.7 percent of his starts. However, he has a respectable 14.42 AFP, but I’d look elsewhere for bettor values.

CHASE ELLIOTT (+750) is also searching for his first-ever victory at this track. He has 10 career Cup runs, with half of his starts resulting in finishes of 10th or better. He also has 310 laps led under his belt already, and he leads all active drivers with a 12.1 AFP.

Long-shot and prop bets for the 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race

Besides Kurt Busch to win, which is worth a small-unit play in and of itself, take KURT BUSCH TOP 10 FINISH (-135) for a solid value.

KEVIN HARVICK TOP 10 FINISH (-200) is a little on the pricey side, but he has 20 top-10 finishes in his 40 career Cup starts, so it’s a good bet.

I also really like the prop for car number of race winner. Play OVER 11.5 (+100) at even money, and if the race winner has a car number of 12 or higher, you’ll win. That includes eight-time winner Kyle Busch, although his brother Kurt, Elliott or Larson are not included.

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NASCAR Fantasy Picks: Best Bristol Motor Speedway Drivers for DraftKings

As NASCAR Cup Series drivers get ready for the final playoff race in the Round of 16, we’ll prepare our lineups for daily fantasy. Let Joy Tomlinson of Frontstretch.com set your NASCAR DraftKings rosters for Saturday's Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.

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It’s the second time that Cup has ventured to Thunder Valley this season, but it won’t be on the dirt like it was in March. Instead, cars will drive on the 0.533-mile concrete oval with high-banked corners. Bristol is vastly different from Richmond Raceway where teams ran last week. In fact, it’s fairly different from most short tracks on the schedule due to the 24-to-28-degree banking in the turns, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look at past short-track events from this season (or other courses using the 750-horsepower package). You can still look at them to help you set your roster; just remember to look at each driver’s past history at Bristol as well.

As is often the case at short tracks, you’ll want to choose drivers who can lead laps at Bristol. The race is 500 laps, and usually several drivers will hold the top position for several circuits. Last year Kevin Harvick led 226 laps en route to victory, while Kyle Busch led 159. The only other driver who led more than 23 laps was Brad Keselowski with 82, but he ran into issues and finished 34th.

However, other races like the fall 2019 event saw several racers at the helm for 30 or more circuits, but no one broke the century mark. You might want to prepare for either outcome (two main dominators or multiple lap leaders) for your DraftKings contests.

Also, since there are a lot of laps in this race, it’s inevitable that the leader would put many a lap down. Certain drivers are able to take positions even while lapped and could provide some much-needed salary relief in your DraftKings entries.

Before I share some of my picks for Bristol, let’s briefly review what happened last week at Richmond.

Joey Logano, Harvick and Hamlin all had good results, but Hamlin had the better score on DraftKings. If Harvick hadn’t struggled so much with the handling of his car, he might have been able to grab some fantasy points for fastest laps. At least Ross Chastain did well again, moving up 10 positions from where he began to finish seventh.

In the $1 single entry double up contest, 294.60 DraftKings points were needed to win $2. I didn’t enter the $1 Happy Hour tournament this week, but in the Quarter Jukebox, 329.45 won $0.64.

As for scoring, DraftKings lowered the points for each fastest lap to 0.45 this season, as well as the points awarded for first place to 45. DraftKings has also put more emphasis on drivers who finish inside the top 10 and top 20. For example, the gap between 10th and 11th place is now two points instead of one: 10th gets 34 points, while 11th gets 32, etc.

Here's a complete rundown of DraftKings' NASCAR scoring rules.

Note: the following is a sample NASCAR DraftKings lineup; you can use the information to create your own.

Daily Fantasy NASCAR DraftKings Plays/Sample Lineup for the Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway

Kyle Busch ($11,500)
Career at Bristol: 31 starts, 8 wins, 14 top fives, 19 top 10s
Average finish at Bristol: 12.8

Busch is the favorite to win (and most expensive on DraftKings) for a reason. I mean, for one, he won eight times at Bristol, more than any other active driver. Plus, he has six top fives in the past seven races, including three victories in fall 2017, spring 2018, and spring 2019. Additionally, he’s led 100 or more laps in six of the last 11 events there (excluding the dirt race). He’s truly been remarkable at Bristol.

Last week I wasn’t as sure of how the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota would do considering his recent results and performances at shorter tracks. However, he proved he can still run up front without any practice sessions, as he led 39 laps and almost won. If he hadn’t sped on the last round of pit stops, he looked to be the driver to beat near the end. Still, it showed that he is certainly capable of leading laps and possibly winning the race, which would likely produce a great score on DraftKings.

Kyle Larson ($11,300)
Career at Bristol: 12 starts, 0 wins, 2 top fives, 7 top 10s
Average finish at Bristol: 14.4

Larson wasn’t as strong as the JGR cars last week, but he did post 33 fastest laps. Part of this was because he had to drop to the back of the field before the race after failing pre-race inspection twice. He still came in sixth at Richmond and was second at Darlington Raceway the week prior. Also, at the two concrete racetracks of Dover International Speedway and Nashville Superspeedway, Larson finished second and first, respectively. He led 263 laps at Dover and nearly the same at Nashville in truly dominating performances.

The No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports pilot missed out on last year’s events at Bristol, but in 2019 he led 62 circuits in the fall race. Though Larson has yet to take home a Bristol sword in Cup, he did finish runner-up in both races in 2018, leading 200 laps in the spring event.

Larson is also favored to win here and should have another fast car once again.

Ross Chastain ($7,800)
Career at Bristol: 4 starts, 0 wins, 0 top fives, 0 top 10s
Average finish at Bristol: 30.0

It may feel like it’s getting old to continue to play Chastain, but it’s hard to avoid him when he keeps having good results. At Richmond, he brought home seventh place and scored 53.4 fantasy points on DraftKings. He’s done well on most of the shorter racetracks this season, earning a second at Nashville and a third at Darlington.

The No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing pilot didn’t drive for a well-funded team at Bristol in Cup but he did finish further from where he started in three events. Last fall while competing for Kaulig Racing in the Xfinity Series, Chastain led 117 laps before finishing second. That’s a bit unlikely to happen this week, but he should still record another top 10 if he can go by lapped cars.

Chris Buescher ($6,700)
Career at Bristol: 11 starts, 0 wins, 1 top five, 2 top 10s
Average finish at Bristol: 22.0

Buescher has had varied results at Bristol over the course of his career. In the fall of 2016, he finished fifth for Front Row Motorsports; last year he gained 15 positions to end up in eighth place for Roush Fenway Racing. In between these events, Buescher had a couple of finishes in the teens - a 19th in 2018 and 17th one year later. At this low salary, sometimes all you need is just a few spots gained on the racetrack.

Unfortunately, he didn’t drive the No. 17 further from 18th at Richmond last weekend. Buescher was ninth at Darlington, though, and 13th at Martinsville Speedway earlier this season. He’ll roll off pit road from 25th, so he has a great opportunity to move up some spots by the end of the race, as long as he stays out of trouble.

Daniel Suarez ($6,600)
Career at Bristol: 8 starts, 0 wins, 0 top fives, 2 top 10s
Average finish at Bristol: 15.3

Suarez has had two consecutive results in the teens, with a 17th at Richmond and a 13th at Darlington. He was also seventh at Nashville and ninth at Dover, the other two concrete tracks. Suarez should provide a good value for your DraftKings lineups due to his low salary.

At Bristol, Suarez has two eighth-place finishes, both in 2019 for Stewart-Haas Racing. But he now pilots the No. 99 car for Trackhouse Racing Team with support from Richard Childress Racing. Since he hasn’t run at Bristol for the team yet, I would look more on his results from this season to help you decide whether he should be in your lineup. He’ll start 21st Saturday night and should at least finish right where he begins, hopefully gaining some positions.

Ryan Preece ($6,000)
Career at Bristol: 4 starts, 0 wins, 0 top fives, 1 top 10
Average finish at Bristol: 16.0

Preece, who is in the same range as Buescher and Suarez, should also provide good fantasy value for your DraftKings rosters. He’s gotten better in each race at Bristol (that wasn’t on dirt), culminating in a ninth-place finish last fall. He also gained 21 positions to end in 12th last spring.

He’s struggled in recent weeks since Pocono Raceway but was able to earn finish fourth at Daytona International Speedway and 12th at Darlington. Also, he was 18th at Dover earlier this year. Preece starts 27th and if he can hang in there and pass lapped cars ahead of him, he should end up around 22nd or further up the order.

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