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NASCAR DFS Picks for the Alsco Uniforms 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 6, 2021

Riley Herbst DFS
DAYTONA, FL - FEBRUARY 20: #98: Riley Herbst, Stewart-Haas Racing, Ford Mustang Monster Energy, #68: Brandon Brown, Brandonbilt Motorsports, Chevrolet Camaro Jabs Construction during the running of the Super Start Batteries 188 at Daytona International Speedway Road Course on February 20, 2021 in Daytona Beach, Fl. (Photo by Jeff Robinson/Icon Sportswire)

What a wild race that was last weekend at Miami-Homestead Speedway. Myatt Snider was able to secure his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory. Snider executed excellently on the inside lane to hold off a charging Tyler Reddick in the overtime restart in Saturday’s Contender Boats 250. For Noah Gragson however, it was another story where for the third straight race in a row at Miami-Homestead could taste victory, but was dealt a late-race crash. Moving to Las Vegas Motor Speedway there is a win up for grabs as last year’s winner Chase Briscoe will not be competing as he moved up to the Cup Series. 

Below is a lineup that we believe can provide the best value for the Alsco Uniforms 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on 03/6/2021 (DraftKings Values)

Driver #1  $ 9,400
Driver #2Riley Herbst $ 9,000
Driver #3  $ 8,800
Driver #4Brett Moffitt $ 8,400
Driver #5Jeb Burton $ 7,800
Driver #6  $ 6,700

Riley Herbst: Driving the number 98 for Stewart-Haas Racing in the 2020 Riley Herbst makes the transition from Joe Gibbs Racing this year. Herbst made the playoffs last year after racking up four top-five finishes and 17 top 10 finishes. Herbst also competes in the Camping World Truck Series on a part-time basis. In three previous races at Las Vegas in the last three years, Herbst had two top 10 finishes. Herbst raced well last weekend, where he started 29th and ended up racing his way to an 11th place finish. Herbst is in a good spot both by dollar value and with his starting position of 12th this week. 

Brett Moffitt: 2020 has been solid so far for Brett Moffitt. In 2020 Moffitt has secured two top-five finishes so far. Moffitt has joined Niece Motorsports for 2020 to drive the number 45 car. The pairing has been good so far. In last year’s two races at Las Vegas Moffitt finished 14th and 15th. In 2020 Moffitt finished with five top-five finishes. 

Jeb Burton: Driving the number 10 Chevrolet Camaro for Kaulig Racing, Jeb Burton has been excellent this year. Burton finished fourth at Daytona, fifth on the Daytona Road Course, and fifth at Homestead-Miami last weekend. This has been by far Burtons best year and I think he can keep it up for this weekend race at Las Vegas. In 2020 Burton had three top-five finishes, six top 10 finishes, and led 54 laps in 11 races 2020. I think Burton continues his success this year and competes to win the Alsco 300. 

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Below is a lineup that we believe can provide the best value for the Alsco Uniforms 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on 03/6/2021 (DraftKings Values)

Driver #1Brandon Jones $ 9,400
Driver #2Riley Herbst $ 9,000
Driver #3Justin Haley $ 8,800
Driver #4Brett Moffitt $ 8,400
Driver #5Jeb Burton $ 7,800
Driver #6Jeremy Clements $ 6,700

Brandon Jones: I am a little surprised that Brandon Jones is not a higher price this week. Jones has been pretty good on the intermediate mile and a half tracks with wins at Kansas, and Darlington. In races that Jones finished in 2020 on intermediate tracks, he had an average finish of 7.13. In those eight races on intermediate tracks, he had the two wins I mentioned earlier as well as three top-five finishes and six top-ten finishes. Jones was good on the mile and a half tracks last year, to say the least. In six races in the last three years at Las Vegas Jones has one top-five finish and four top 10 finishes. Jones has raced well the last two weeks with a third-place finish in Miami and a fourth-place finish at the Daytona Road Course. No reason Jones cannot win this week. 

Justin Haley: 2020 was by far Justin Haley’s best year yet. Haley finished 2020 with three wins, 10 top-five finishes, and 113 laps led. In the last three years at Las Vegas, Haley has raced six times. In those six races, he has one top 10 finish and an average finish of 11.75. Haley’s dominance at Superspeedways last year was extremely evident, whereas he was more mediocre on intermediate tracks. I think that changes this week after his seventh-place finish last week at Homestead-Miami. I am excited about having Haley in my lineup this week. Haley offers front-line win potential and comes at a rather decent price point. I am a little shocked that Haley is not priced higher going into the Alsco Uniforms 300. Now to just put the icing on the cake, Haley’s one and only Cup Series win was at Daytona. Not many drivers can say that they have two wins apiece at the “Big One’s”. 

Jeremy Clements: Driving the Number 51 Chevrolet Camaro for JC Racing, Jeremy Clementsfinished the 2020 Las Vegas race 13th after starting the race 15th. In the 2020 season, Clements finished with one top-five finish, five top 10 finishes, and led 12 laps. Clements got his first and only career Xfinity win in 2017 at Elkhart Lake. At comparable race tracks, Clements has a 1oth place finish at Phoenix, and a 12th place finishes at Texas in 2020. Clements has finished the last two races in 10th place. Clements this weekend has a chance to climb the field after starting in the ninth spot this Saturday. 

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