Fantasy Nascar Xfinity DFS Top Plays for the ToyotaCare 250
John Hunter Nemechek ($10,900): John Hunter Nemechek has had an outstanding start to the season and boasts a strong track history at Richmond Raceway. Driving the No. 20 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, Nemechek has secured top-three finishes in the last two years at Richmond without clinching a win. His impressive form and high DraftKings salary of $10,900 make him one of the top high-priced picks for the ToyotaCare 250.
Justin Allgaier ($10,700): Justin Allgaier is no stranger to success at Richmond Raceway. The No. 7 Chevrolet driver for JR Motorsports has won twice at this track, in the fall of 2020 and spring of 2020, starting from 14th and 16th positions, respectively. Allgaier’s experience and proven ability to navigate the short track of Richmond, coupled with his pole position start, make him a strong high-priced option with a DraftKings salary of $10,700.
Austin Hill ($9,800): Austin Hill has been a force to be reckoned with this season, securing three wins in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Driving the No. 21 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing, Hill has consistently been one of the fastest cars on the track. With a DraftKings salary of $9,800 and starting from the 18th position, Hill’s dominance and strong performance this season make him a compelling mid-priced pick for the ToyotaCare 250.
Cole Custer ($9,400): Cole Custer is a previous Richmond winner, having won the spring race in 2019 while driving the No. 00 Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing. Now driving the No. 0 Ford for the same team, Custer is starting from the 22nd position with odds of 10 to win. His track history and experience at Richmond, along with a reasonable DraftKings salary of $9,400, make Custer a valuable mid-priced option.
Ryan Sieg ($7,300): Ryan Sieg, driving the No. 39 Ford for RSS Racing, has demonstrated a solid track record at Richmond Raceway. With top-fifteen finishes in the last six races at Richmond, Sieg has shown consistent performance on the short track. With a budget-friendly DraftKings salary of $7,300 and starting from the 17th position, Sieg is an attractive low-priced pick for fantasy players.
Alex Labbe ($6,600): Alex Labbe, driving the No. 91 Chevrolet for DGM Racing, offers strong value for a low-priced driver. Labbe has a decent track history at Richmond, finishing 12th in the fall race in 2019. He has also been running inside the top twenty for most of the current season. With a DraftKings salary of $6,600 and starting from the 32nd position, Labbe provides a budget-friendly option with potential for solid points.
John Hunter Nemechek ($10,900)
Riley Herbst ($8,900)
Ryan Sieg ($7,300)
Alex Labbe ($6,600)
Jeb Burton ($6,500)
Jeremy Clements ($6,700)
This lineup includes a mix of high-priced, mid-priced, and low-priced drivers, while staying within the $50,000 salary cap. It features John Hunter Nemechek, who has a strong track history at Richmond, as well as Riley Herbst, who has been consistent with top-ten finishes this season. Additionally, the lineup includes value picks such as Ryan Sieg, Alex Labbe, Jeb Burton, and Jeremy Clements, who offer potential for solid points at budget-friendly prices. Keep in mind that this is just a sample lineup, and you can explore various combinations based on your preferences and strategy
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