NASCAR Fantasy Rankings: DFS Picks Over DraftKings For NASCAR Coca-Cola Cup Series 600 At Charlotte

NASCAR Fantasy Rankings: DFS Picks Over DraftKings For NASCAR Coca-Cola Cup Series 600 At Charlotte

The DFS NASCAR rankings below are based on a combination of projected production and Kings Fantasy NASCAR salaries. The ranking is not based on highest projected fantasy totals, but rather each driver’s DFS value.

the Kings The NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte Slate locks at 6 p.m. ET on Sunday.

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1. Kyle Larson ($11,000) – During the 2021 Payback Tour (11 wins and a championship), Larson won the Crown Jewel event. He just earned a million dollars by winning the All-Star Race last week. He’s been in contention in almost every race this season.

2. William Byron ($10,500) – Kyle Larson steals the show but Byron does his best to share the spotlight. Byron has twice won the intermediate track package. He won the third race of the season at Las Vegas and the last intermediate track race at Darlington.

3. Denny Hamlin ($10,300) – Until last season, Hamlin had never won a Cup Series race at Charlotte. It was 0 for 30. After losing the lead in the first 10 laps of the 2022 Coca-Cola 600, it looked like the streak might reach 31. However, after some late-race restarts and overtime laps, Hamlin snuck away with the win.

4. Martin Truex Jr ($9,900) – JGR Toyotas has found something. Truex and crew chief James Small found something. Truex won at Dover. He followed that win at the intermediate track by having the second best driver rating at Kansas and Darlington.

5. Ross Chastain ($10,100) – With The Roval taking the venue for the fall Charlotte race, there’s only the Coca-Cola 600 every Memorial Day weekend. In last season’s Cup Series One oval race in Charlotte, Chastain scored the most fantasy points (103 DKFP) with 153 laps to go.

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6. Chase Elliott ($9,700) – In five of the last seven Charlotte races, Elliott has finished second (2021), first (2020 Coca-Cola 600), third (2020 COVID make-up race), fourth (2019) and second (2017 fall race).

7. Christopher Bell ($9,300) – JGR has won two of the last three intermediate track races. Bill was not the victor. He has yet to win a Cup Series race on an intermediate circuit.

8. Tyler Reddick ($8,800) – This has been a disappointing season for Riddick. It’s understandable given his team switch. Also, 23XI racing is a new team and they have expanded fairly quickly. Growing pains will occur in a competitive sport.

9. Kevin Harvick ($9,100) – This is not news, but it’s worth repeating to DFS NASCAR players. SHR Fords were strong on the short trails. They have produced the top 5 most capable winning cars. They were top 10 cars at intermediate tracks.

10. Ricky Stenhouse Jr ($7,300) – This is not theft, so his ownership must be kept low. There is a reason for the price. Stenhouse has had 10th-place finishes in four of the last six races at Charlotte. In his last 11 races at Charlotte, he’s averaged a 12.6 finish.

11. Ryan Blaney ($8,400) – Team Penske is a little further away. Blaney was much better than his teammate Joey Logano but not as good as the JGR and Hendrick drivers. He had the third-highest drivers’ rating at Dover (a similar setup to Charlotte), but fell short of a top-10 rating at Kansas and Darlington.

12. Joey Logano ($9,000) – It doesn’t look like the defending Cup Series champions will lift the trophy again this year. Logano looked decent at Kansas, but he’s not in the same league as JGR and Hendrick.

13. Alex Bowman ($8,600 USD) – Will Bowman ever return to normal? Can his body survive 600 miles in the Charlotte heat? It’s risky but that’s a reasonable price for a Hendrick Chevy.

14. Jimmy Johnson ($6,900) – It’s elusive but it doesn’t have to win at that price. Finishing in the top 10 of the Legacy Motor Club car is out of the question. No driver has had eight wins in Charlotte.

15. Zane Smith ($5,400) – The reigning Truck Series champ gets another run with the Front Row Motorsports Cup Series team. Smith is better than this price and Front Row cars are better than this price.

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