NASCAR remains in Daytona for the second straight week, but we’re on the road course this weekend for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253. This roval-style track requires a very different DFS strategy from last week’s race.

There are only 70 laps, and that means very few fastest lap and laps led points. That means we’re not going to focus on a dominator-heavy build. In fact, you could potentially get away with building lineups that have one or zero dominators.

Using my NASCAR Chrome Horn model, I simulated this race 10,000 times and then translated these results into NASCAR DFS projections for both DraftKings and FanDuel. You’ll also see ceiling and floor projections for each driver.

Chase Elliott is money on road courses. That...

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