You might have some favorites at the top of the field for the Pennzoil 400 today, but what about down the board? Who can get you some needed points at a bargain basement price? Here’s the racers with the best DFS value at today’s race from Las Vegas Motor Speedway, starting at 3:30 p.m. ET live on Fox.
Chris Buescher ($6700)
A third place at Daytona last week shows he’s running well, and he’s got good stats at tracks of this length: he’s got four Top 10’s and only one DNF in 24 outings at intermediate loops like Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Starting 23rd today might be only because of there being no qualifying due to the weather, which can add some place points to the final tally on your roster.
Daniel Suarez ($6000)
His #41 car started in the front row last time at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and he finished Top 10 in two stages here in 2019 between both races. Starting in the 35th position gives him plenty of room to move up and add a few place points, and he’ll have something to prove after failing to qualify at Daytona for the race.
Also has an average finish of 18th at intermediate tracks, and a finish in that slot today would be 17 place points immediately.
Clint Bowyer ($8000)
Started on the pole here last September, and over the last two season at intermediate tracks he has five Top 5’s. He begins today in the nine-hole, which means less points for moving up, but his actual finish could be of value: he has a chance to be competitive today.
Here’s a list of the entire DFS salaries for today from DraftKings Sportsbook.
Pennzoil 400 DFS salaries
|Martin Truex Jr||11600||20.42|
|Ricky Stenhouse Jr||7600||24.12|
|John H. Nemechek||5400||42.25|
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