Fantasy NASCAR: Go Bowling 400 Driver Picks

Danica Patrick Danica's second half of her rookie Sprint Cup season grew more disappointing when she struggled to a finish six laps down at Dover last week. If he can carry his momentum through into the race, then we should see a fourth straight top 10 finish from him. He rebounded to finish seventh after late-race carnage decimated the field. View all CBB Sites. Beyond the Flag

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NASCAR at Kansas: Betting Guru Releases KC Masterpiece 400 Picks

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Kansas could be just the place. Truex has finished second, second and fourth in the last three Kansas races.

He led in two of them for a total of laps. In April, he posted the third-most fastest laps of the race 27 with only race-winner Kenseth and third-place Johnson notching more. Greg Biffle I've not been very high on Greg Biffle making a legitimate run in the Chase thanks to his mostly ho-hum regular season. I still feel the same way three races in.

But Biffle could be an unexpected contender this weekend. Consider that his average running position in the last 11 Kansas races is 8. He's also a two-time winner on the 1. Biffle's win this season came at Michigan, a track with pavement only one year older than Kansas.

But do be warned: Biffle started 11th and finished 19th at Kansas in April. That's enough to think he didn't have a front-running car, right? Edwards was a top-5 car much of the day in the spring race before he was one of several victims of a caution flag that waved as the final round of green flag pit stops was beginning. Newman 31 10 B. South Point Fantasy Live rules changes will force players to learn a little more about mid-tier drivers.

They will be the difference makers in the next 6—9 weeks. Indy The Big 3 have proven to be human in the past 60 days. That has allowed the field to gain ground as the playoffs loom. Brickyard If qualification and practice are rained out on Saturday, the unknowns rise exponentially and this essentially becomes a guessing game. Golf Central Latest golf news and analysis. Had the 2nd most tar They have upgraded the O-li Melvin Gordon Outlook Finished the season with strong showings in the fantasy playoffs.

Golden Tate Outlook Surprised there wasn't a new thread for him. Are people concerned about Golladay taking over the 2 spot or just figur Paul Menard - Wood Brothers Racing This should put Menard on fantasy owners' radar screens on the other unrestricted intermediate speedways.

Ryan Newman - Richard Childress Racing Newman took time out of his weekend to announce he will not return to Richard Childress Racing. It sounds like he knows where he will race next year - although he has not told us yet. Still, he wants to impress and close out the season strong. Daniel Suarez - Joe Gibbs Racing


Watch video · The NASCAR season rolls on Saturday night under the lights at Kansas Speedway for the KC Masterpiece at 8 p.m. ET. Kevin Harvick is the Vegas favorite at , followed by Kyle Busch at and Kyle Larson at's Jessica Ruffin and NBC Sports' Steve Letarte break down the top plays and some under the radar roster choices for Kansas. To help guide you through the Fantasy NASCAR season, Athlon Sports contributor Geoffrey Miller will be offering his best predictions for each race. And because Yahoo's Fantasy Auto Racing game is arguably the most popular, he’ll break down the picks according to its Sprint Cup Series driver classes — A-List, B-List, C-List.