Fantasy NASCAR: Coke Zero 400 at Daytona Driver Picks

A lot of times, these restrictor plate races are just crapshoots. Yes, he's whiny and obnoxious, but he's also better than just about anyone behind the wheel right now, which just ticks off the fans that boo him that much more. Expect him to be a force to be reckoned with. He's a little boom or bust, but this is your best chance to grab a strong run out of Dillon. Search form

Fantasy NASCAR: Coke Zero 400 Driver Picks

Pick to Win

Kevin Harvick has points after scoring his first win of the season last week. Kyle Busch is fourth with points. Chase Elliott is sixth with points. Jimmie Johnson, the only driver with three wins this season, is seventh with points. Adding another one to the mix like Chris Buescher or AJ Allmendinger would have been bad for some teams on the bubble.

The odds back that up. Busch was 38th in the Daytona , though he did win the first stage before running into trouble. He was third with the most laps led at Talladega, the other restrictor plate track on the schedule. He did finish second in this race last year after finishing second at Talladega in the spring, so he has run well in these restrictor plate races.

He was third in the last year. It makes sense to see him atop the board. One thing that restrictor plate races do is level the playing field from a manufacturer standpoint. It becomes about the driver at that point. The first win for Team Penske in this race came last year when Keselowski picked up his first win in this race and first career Daytona win.

Keselowski was fourth in his duel with the most laps led and finished seventh with a Stage 1 win at Talladega. Hamlin won his duel earlier this year at this track and won the second stage at Talladega to scoop up some points despite finishing 11th. He was third in this race two years ago and sixth the year before that. He tends to be a factor in restrictor plate races, so he may be a decent look.

Elliott won his Daytona Duel to open the season and has been the fastest qualifier at each of the last two Daytona races. A lot of times, these restrictor plate races are just crapshoots. The only active two-time winner of this race is Dale Earnhardt Jr. If you intended to update the children of this node, you should instead have the existing children update their state and render the new components instead of calling ReactDOM.

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That was the case in the Daytona when Stenhouse was caught in a wreck with just over 60 laps to go. He did lead 11 circuits and ran up front most of the race… but that's small consolation for your roster. That means this Roush Fenway Racing pick will be a boom-or-bust selection this week. His driving style can either win him the race or cost him a shot at even finishing. Dillon has the best average finish among active drivers with more than two starts at Daytona. He won the Daytona earlier this season in a controversial ending, easily his best run of a down year otherwise.

He also has five other top performances at the track in 10 total career starts. Dillon's only DNF at Daytona came in this race in Before that, he had six out of seven races with finishes inside the top Wallace has been impressive in only two starts at Daytona.

He made his debut as a substitute for Almirola last season and finished 15th after starting 31st. In the Daytona earlier this season, he then finished second in an emotional first start as a full-time MENCS driver. Wallace is cheap this week, but has proven he can maneuver his way to the front at Daytona. Gaughan has been racing at Daytona sporadically over the past three seasons, and he has finished well considering the equipment he has been running.

In four starts since , he has not finished worse than 28th. At a salary that is literally bottom of the barrel, 28th would be more than fine.