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NASCAR Barometer: Larson Wins Third Consecutive Michigan Race

Kyle Larson beat out teammates Martin Truex Jr. and Erik Jones to win the Pure Michigan 400, his third Michigan victory in a row.

DraftKings NASCAR: Pure Michigan 400

C.J. Radune notes that Martin Truex Jr. and his team have been leaders of positioning themselves to maximize playoff points and chances to win, so they’re early favorites this week.

Pure Michigan 400 Preview: Larson Michigan Sweep?

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's NASCAR stop in Michigan as Kyle Larson looks to break out of his slump at the track where he won in June.

NASCAR Barometer: Truex Extends Fuel for Win

C.J. Radune describes the nail-biting finish at the I love New York 355 at Watkins Glen where Martin Truex Jr. conserved fuel to hold off Matt Kenseth for the win.

DraftKings NASCAR: Overton's 400

Martin Truex Jr. leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk lineup at Pocono Raceway because of his consistent racing for Furniture Row week after week.

Overton's 400 Preview: Pocono Rewind

Mark Taylor previews the contenders for this week's NASCAR race, including Kyle Busch, who has been more boom than bust in recent runs at Pocono.

NASCAR Barometer: Kahne Takes Surprise Brickyard Win

Kasey Kahne won the Brantley Gilbert Big Machine Brickyard 400 in a race that saw rain delays, multiple accidents and double overtime.

Brickyard 400 Preview: Motor Racing's Field of Dreams

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's NASCAR race at Indianapolis where Kyle Busch will look to extend his two-win streak at the Brickyard.

NASCAR Barometer: Hamlin Earns Season’s First Joes Gibbs Win

C.J. Radune says that Denny Hamlin’s mistake-free Sunday at the Overton's 301 earned him his first win of the season, taking pressure off both himself and his team.

DraftKings NASCAR: Overton's 301

Matt Kenseth, who is without a ride for 2018, has a lot of pressure on him to do well this weekend. Luckily, New Hampshire Motor Speedway is a track at which he’s had a lot of success.

Overton's 301 Preview: Short Track Change Up

Mark Taylor breaks down this week's NASCAR race at New Hampshire where Martin Truex Jr. will look to keep his hot streak going.

NASCAR Barometer: Truex Jr. Wins Third Race of Season

C.J. Radune checks in with his NASCAR Barometer this week, recapping the Quaker State 400 in Kentucky before turning his focus to the upcoming race in New Hampshire.

DraftKings NASCAR: Quaker State 400

C.J. Radune says Kyle Larson, who tops the higher-risk lineup, should add some nice finish differential points to fantasy rosters since he’ll start last.

Quaker State 400 Preview: Saturday Night Shootout

Mark Taylor previews this week's NASCAR race at Kentucky Speedway where Brad Keselowski will look to build momentum on his two-win season.

DraftKings NASCAR: Coke Zero 400

C.J. Radune believes that putting together a car that is aerodynamic in the lead and capable of making passes in the draft will be paramount to success this week. Dale Earnhardt Jr. leads his lower-risk lineup.

NASCAR Barometer: Blaney Scores First Cup Series Win

Ryan Blaney held off a charge from Kevin Harvick to win the Pocono 400, his first Monster Energy Cup victory.

NASCAR Barometer: Johnson Captures Record 11th Dover Victory

By winning the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway, his third win this season, Jimmie Johnson ties Cale Yarborough at sixth on NASCAR's all-time wins list.

DraftKings NASCAR: AAA 400 Drive for Autism

C.J. Radune likes Jimmie Johnson, who has 10 career victories at Dover International Speedway, for this weekend’s 400-mile battle.

NASCAR Barometer: Dillon Wins Charlotte Fuel Mileage Battle

Austin Dillon held off Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. at the Coca-Cola 600 to win his first NASCAR race and the second win of the season for Richard Childress Racing.

NASCAR Barometer: Busch Wins All-Star Race

Another NASCAR All-Star race is in the books, and winner Kyle Busch now sets his sights on Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

NASCAR Barometer: Truex Wins in Kansas

By winning the Go Bowling 400 at Kansas Speedway, his second win on this track type, Martin Truex Jr. is becoming the 1.5 mile oval master.

DraftKings NASCAR: Go Bowling 400

C.J. Radune notes that Kansas Speedway is one of the more challenging 1.5-mile tri-ovals on the schedule it favors momentum and handling. Past winner Kevin Harvick leads Radune’s lower-risk lineup.

DraftKings NASCAR: GEICO 500

C.J. Radune notes that raw power and sleekness in the draft, and not necessarily qualifying position, make the difference at this track. With that in mind, Brad Keselowski leads his higher-risk lineup.

NASCAR Barometer: Logano’s Richmond Breakthrough

It was a big day for Joey Logano, who got his first victory of 2017, as well as team Penske Racing, whose drivers finished one and two.

DraftKings NASCAR: Toyota Owners 400

C.J. Radune believes that this week Kyle Busch is poised to have a big breakthrough and therefore Busch leads his lower-risk lineup.

Toyota Owners 400 Preview: Racing Perfection

Mark Taylor previews this week's NASCAR race at the unique Richmond short track where Kevin Harvick has led more than 1,000 laps in his career.

NASCAR Barometer: Johnson Takes Second Bristol Win

C.J. Radune notes that everything came together for Jimmie Johnson to grab his second win of the season at the rain delayed Food City 500.

DraftKings NASCAR: Food City 500

Joey Logano leads C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup. Logano has yet to find victory lane this year but he does have two wins at Bristol.

NASCAR Barometer: Johnson Prevails in Texas

Defending champion Jimmie Johnson grabbed his first victory of 2017 with his come from behind win at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500.

DraftKings NASCAR: O'Reilly Auto Parts 500

C.J. Radune has Kevin Harvick at the top of his lower-risk lineup based on how well he ran at Atlanta earlier this year.

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