Kyle Larson will start Sunday in the 32nd position but should be expected to move forward rapidly, as he has a history of doing well at the Kansas Speedway.
Brett Moffitt will start deep in the field, but with his past success at Kansas Speedway, expect him to finish significantly higher.
Winless Brad Keselowski has a chance to turn things around this weekend at Talladega.
Given his two Talladega wins last season and his excellent history on superspeedways, Justin Haley is a target for C.J. Radune this weekend.
C.J. Radune breaks down the Toyota Owners 400 and wonders whether this could be the week points leader Denny Hamlin finally gets a victory.
Johnny Sauter should be motivated to perform well on Richmond’s short track with a playoff position within reach.
C.J. Radune breaks down Saturday's Martinsville race and anticipates bargain-priced Ricky Stenhouse Jr. could have a top-five run.
C.J. Radune believes this weekend's race at Martinsville could be the one at which Noah Gragson finally gets his win.
Chase Briscoe, a dirt track specialist, will try to use his prowess racing on the surface to kickstart his first season at NASCAR's highest level.
Bubba Wallace, a previous Eldora race winner, will use Saturday's truck race as a way to gain more seat time ahead of Sunday's Cup race.
C.J. Radune writes that Aric Almirola could be a value choice this week, as he has the benefit of Kevin Harvick's advice and has two prior top-10 Atlanta finishes.
Harrison Burton, who starts the race in fifth position and finished fifth in last year’s race, is third in C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup.
Two-time 2021 winner Ben Rhodes will start Saturday's race fifth and has finished in the top 10 in his five prior starts at this circuit.
C.J. Radune writes that Joey Logano has the speed to run up front this season, but he and his team need to make the right adjustments throughout the race distance to stay there.
With two wins at Phoenix Raceway, Justin Allgaier makes C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup this weekend.
Pole sitter and former Las Vegas winner Kevin Harvick is one of C.J. Radune’s top picks to take home the trophy this weekend.
C.J. Radune writes that Noah Gragson’s four sixth-place or better finishes from four Las Vegas starts make him a good option this week on the 1.5-mile oval.
Rookie Hailie Deegan, who makes C.J. Radune’s list of picks this week, will make her first Las Vegas start in the series in 30th position.
Denny Hamlin, who’s starting from pole this weekend, leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup at Homestead.
Tyler Riddick won consecutive Homestead races in 2018 and 2019, and has the speed and deep starting position combination on which fantasy players should capitalize.
William Byron is third on C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup, as he’s a reliable fantasy option on this type of track, with top-10 finishes in the last three road course races.
C.J. Radune is picking Riley Herbst for his Higher-Risk Lineup for Herbst’s consistency on these types of tracks; he’s a constant top 15 finisher.
The Truck series races on the first of its four road courses Friday, and Austin Hill could offer fantasy players finish differential points if he does well on the Daytona course.
Can Denny Hamlin make it three in a row with a win at Daytona on Sunday? C.J. Radune breaks down the drivers’ chances in the season opener.
Noah Gragson scored two wins last season with one of those victories being the 2020 edition of this race, where he led 15 laps.
Defending race winner Grant Enfinger has performed well at this track the last few years and Friday shouldn’t be an exception.
With his 18th place start Thursday, Ryan Blaney could offer fantasy players finish differential points, as the expectation is that he’ll finish well.
Chase Elliott's recent run of success on road courses makes him too valuable to pass up as the Busch Clash shifts to the infield for 2021. He led 34 of 65 laps en route to winning last season's race.
With a win at Phoenix earlier this year and the most time to prepare for the weekend, Joey Logano believes he’s the favorite to win the championship.
Chase Briscoe will battle it out in the series finale with three other drivers for the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series championship in Phoenix.