Chase Elliott won the Series Finale 500 at Phoenix to take home the championship and the trophy, as the remaining top three drivers left in the championship fight finished the race second, third and fourth.
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.
It’s down to the final four drivers for the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series title, and with four season wins and two top-five Phoenix finishes, Grant Enfinger could claim it.
With his Xfinity 500 victory, Chase Elliott joins three other drivers in a chance to take home the NASCAR Cup series title this weekend at Phoenix Raceway.
Brad Keselowski starts the 500 laps on pole, and C.J. Radune notes that he has every incentive to produce an uneventful top-five performance on Sunday.
Last week's winner, Harrison Burton, who has three victories and 20 top-10 finishes so far this season, will start 10th at Martinsville and looks to continue his winning ways.
C.J. Radune advises that Parker Kligerman, starting last, has a chance to offer fantasy players a decent amount of finish differential points if he has a good race.
For Kyle Busch, waiting extra days for a break in the weather was worth it, as he won the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 and snapped a 33-race winless streak.
C.J. Radune notes Austin Cindric will be looking to sweep the Texas races this season and will start seventh this weekend.
With three victories in the last six Texas races, Kevin Harvick is a favorite for this weekend’s race.
C.J. Radune warns fantasy managers not to ignore five-time Texas winner Johnny Sauter this week, as he has led laps in eight of the last nine races at the track.
Joey Logano ends an almost season-long dry spell by holding off Kevin Harvick, winning the Hollywood Casino 400 and earning his spot in the final four spots of the championship.
C.J Radune anticipates Kevin Harvick will get back to his winning ways, and with three Kansas victories for Harvick, it could happen this weekend.
With his victories in the last two Kansas races, Brandon Jones has the third spot in C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
With his 35th position this week, Grant Enfinger, who has never finished lower than 11th, should offer a lot of upside for fantasy players to consider this week.
Chase Elliott continues his road course mastery, as he won the Bank of American ROVAL 400, his second consecutive win on the track, which solidified his spot in the next round of the playoffs.
C.J. Radune says Martin Truex Jr. is one of the best road course racers on the circuit and came extremely close to winning this race in 2018.
Austin Cindric is a whiz at road courses, having won at both Road America and Daytona road courses earlier in the year, so expect him to fair well at Charlotte’s ROVAL.
In what C.J. Radune describes as a chaotic and unpredictable race, Denny Hamlin barely edged out Matt DiBenedetto to win the YellaWood 500, advancing in the playoffs.
C.J. Radune notes Justin Allgaier should be a reliable top-10 option if he can survive to the finish of the race.
Joey Logano‘s a C.J. Radune pick this week, as he has three Talladega wins and has led laps in nine of his last 10 starts there.
C.J. Radune anticipates another good finish this weekend from 14th position Johnny Sauter, as he has an excellent record at Talladega.
Kurt Busch won the South Point 400, his first hometown race win in 21 tries, which propels him into the group of final eight championship contenders.
Martin Truex Jr. will start the Las Vegas race 11th but he has two wins at the track, including this race last season, and should perform well Sunday.
Austin Cindric leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup again this week at Las Vegas, as the runner up in the spring race and the joint-leader in the standings as the playoffs begin.
Track position is key to staying competitive at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where Austin Hill is the defending champ of this race.
Kevin Harvick won the Bass Pro Shops Night Race Saturday night, his second victory in the round of 16, which gives him a large lead going into the next round of the playoffs.
Eight time Bristol-winner Kyle Busch leads C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup in the final race in the playoff round of 16.
Harrison Burton, who’s in C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup, will start this race sixth and has two top-10 finishes from two series starts at the track.
Brett Moffitt is the most recent Bristol winner in this group and sits atop C.J. Radune’s picks for this weekend’s first playoff race.
Brad Keselowski had a quick car and dominated the Federated Auto Parts 400, securing his spot in the next round of the playoffs.
Having lead more than 100 laps in each of his last six races at Richmond, Martin Truex Jr. is the logical choice for C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup.
C.J. Radune likes Austin Cindric as a top fantasy option both Friday and Saturday, as he finished second in both Richmond races last season.
C.J. Radune notes Zane Smith has two wins from the last five races and has found his stride just in time for the playoffs.
Kevin Harvick won the Southern 500 at Darlington to secure his spot in the second round of the playoffs, another night race at Richmond International Raceway.
C.J. Radune notes Kyle Busch has a lot to race for at Darlington, which is a notoriously difficult race track.
C.J. Radune has David Ragan No. 1 on his list for Darlington as he believes Ragan will move up from his last-place starting position.
C.J. Radune says if you choose Denny Hamlin this week, you’ll need to be highly selective with the rest of the roster.
With his Coke Zero Sugar 400 victory, William Byron secured his spot in the playoffs while Jimmie Johnson was eliminated in his final full-time season.
Johnny Sauter, who’s one of DraftKings’ Tier 1 Values, is very familiar with Gateway and is still searching for his first win of the season.
Chase Elliott leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup in what is sure to be an exciting race to end the regular season and usher in the playoffs.
Justin Haley leads C.J. Radune‘s Higher-Risk Lineup for Friday night’s race and has a good chance of being up front this week.
Denny Hamlin took the victory in Saturday’s NASCAR race at Dover, and Kevin Harvick won the Dryden 311 Sunday, his seventh win of the season, which moves him to ninth on the all-time winners list.
C.J. Radune expects previous Dover winner Kyle Busch to quickly move up from his 22nd-place starting position Saturday.
C.J. Radune offers up his picks for Dover's 1.0-mile oval, and suggests Justin Haley could have a good race weekend.
C.J. Radune notes that with Johnny Sauter having won the last three Dover races, it’s going to be hard to ignore him this week.
By winning his third straight road course race, Chase Elliott has shown he’s a guru in the category, which should make him a favorite for the Charlotte road course during playoffs.
Rounding out C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup is Christopher Bell, who won a road course race once last season in the Xfinity series.
Brett Moffitt, the full-time trucks driver looking for a win to guarantee his spot in the championship playoffs, is one of C.J. Radune’s picks for Saturday’s race.