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Gas-N-Go: Contender Boats 250 NASCAR DFS Picks for DraftKings

The field has been set for Sunday’s race at Kansas after an eventful practice and qualifying session on Saturday evening. With Christopher Bell and Tyler Reddick leading the field to green for the AdventHealth 400, let’s dive into this weekend’s top NASCAR DFS tournament picks.

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NASCAR DFS GPP Picks Today: Kansas Speedway

After a month or so of NASCAR visiting tracks with unique strategies or setups, this week it’s a different tune, heading in Kansas to take on a cookie-cutter, mile-and-a-half, intermediate track with lower tire wear. While there are not as many dominator points available this weekend, choosing at least one and more than likely two will be the optimal way to build lineups on Sunday.

Top Driver Picks & Projections

Ross Chastain: $9,700 DraftKings/$11,000 FanDuel (11th) — Chastain is in a similar spot as he was last weekend, as the starting position and pricing are nearly the same. There is not a lot of practice data from him, but there is no reason to believe he won’t have a fast car once again since he is a front-running contender every week no matter the track type. The hope here is his elevated price tag will scare players away, but this is a discount for how well he’s run this year. Chastain was dominant at Las Vegas and Dover earlier in the season, which are comparison tracks for this weekend.

Tyler Reddick: $8,900 DraftKings/$8,500 FanDuel (2nd) — Starting beside Bell at a more expensive price point will lead to lower ownership, but don’t discount Reddick as a potential dominator, as he was one of the strongest cars in practice. Reddick has also had an extremely fast car throughout the season and has been close to winning several times. Track position to start will be beneficial for him, and he could very well hang around the top five for the majority of the day.

Austin Dillon: $8,000 DraftKings/$6,000 FanDuel (21st) — Dillon is never a flashy play, but he is one of the more consistent finishers in the entire series and his price points on both sites, especially on FanDuel, make him an excellent mid-range play with place differential upside. Since 2020, Dillon has been very solid at intermediate tracks and has had consistent top-15 upside. Being priced around Bell, Reddick and Kevin Harvick — who are all in good spots — will help suppress ownership.

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Kurt Busch: $7,100 DraftKings/$7,300 FanDuel (5th) – While the starting spot appears risky at first, this is a potential blessing in disguise, as it should chase people away from wanting to roster Busch. This price stood out early in the week, and he backed it up with a very strong practice session on Saturday. Busch doesn’t need to dominate at his price point to pay off, as running around the top five and picking up fast laps periodically would certainly pay off his price point. Plus, his Jordan-themed car is very easy on the eyes this weekend.


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Michael McDowell: $5,300 DraftKings/$4,000 FanDuel (25th) — The scrub range this weekend doesn’t have many standouts compared to most weeks, so it’s hard to find many positives about most down here. McDowell stands out with the way he has been running recently, and his price points seems a tad low, making him a solid value play with top-20 upside. He has nearly finished top 15 the past two weekends, and he has surprisingly been very good at Kansas, with four top-20 finishes the past few years.

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