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Learn The NASCAR Daily Fantasy Process with our Stats, Tools and Cheat Sheets

We have one of the greatest communities for NASCAR.  Some good knowledge and wins, however, to be honest, most of our discussions and talk is in the premium Draftshot area, inside the Slack Chat Channel where we talk for an hour each week to go over plays, qualifying, how different tracks affect drivers, if there will be a good amount of laps led points or maybe even possible crashes, who owns certain race tracks and who is running well.

We do have a few articles, but, again, focus on the chat as most of the good information on a race is out only a day or so before the race.

Before you play daily fantasy NASCAR, you should read the Intro to Daily Fantasy NASCAR.

Follow the Leader – Pocono, Overton’s 400

Thanks to the NASCAR scheduling gods we leave the 2.5-mile flat track of Indianapolis and head back east to the other 2.5-mile flat behemoth in the Poconos of ...
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Follow the Leader – Indianapolis, Brickyard 400

Following 305 laps of fairly uneventful driving at New Hampshire where we saw the chalk strike back once again (Truex, Larson, KyBusch) and Denny Hamlin claim his and ...
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Follow the Leader, New Hampshire – Overton’s 301

Sometimes DFS can be frustrating because the chalk ends up pinning the tail on the donkey, and any notion of playing other scenarios ends up becoming a losing ...
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Follow the Leader, Quaker State 400 – Kentucky

Daytona... was Daytona. In typical plate race fashion, every driver considered to be a Vegas favorite faded out more than halfway through the race while guys like David ...
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