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Ford has struggled most of 2023, but were strong last week and were fast a year ago at Gateway. C.J. Radune is targeting a number of Ford drivers for Sunday's race, including 2012 champion Brad Keselowski.
Myatt Snider returns to the Xfinity Series for the second time in 2023 with JGR. Dane Shinault thinks the driver of the No. 19 has excellent value and highlights some of his other DFS picks for Portland.
The Xfinity Series returns on Saturday to do battle at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Dane Shinault gives you some strategy tips and his top DFS values for the Alsco Uniforms 300.
William Byron has been consistently fast every week and he will be looking to bring the No. 24 back to victory lane at Charlotte. C.J. Radune offers two different DFS lineup options for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600.
Kyle Larson scored his third All-Star Race victory with a dominating performance at North Wilkesboro. C.J. Radune shares his thoughts on the No. 5 team and where others are trending heading to the Coke 600.
2022 Fantasy Outlook
The big buzz of last season was the surprising performance of prospect Gibbs in just a limited schedule. Gibbs made just 18 starts in his inaugural season, but he won immediately in his first start of the season on the Daytona road course, and kept winning right up until his next-to-last start at Kansas in October. It would all add up to a four-win 10 Top-10 performance in the partial schedule. Gibbs is a head-turner to be sure and incredibly talented. He'll take on the full 33-race slate in 2022, and powered by Joe Gibbs Racing speed and excellence. Frankly, it's a little shocking to think what could be possible with this young driver. He has some lessons still to be learned as a 19-year-old driver, but Gibbs' talent and potential is undeniably great.
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All-Star Open Pole
Gibbs will start from the pole for the NASCAR All-Star Open race at North Wilkesboro Speedway after winning the Pit Crew Challenge Friday night.
Third at COTA
Gibbs finished third in the Pit Boss 250 Xfinity Series race at Circuit of The Americas Saturday evening.
Car Catches Fire
Gibbs' car caught fire during practice 2 for the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum Saturday evening.
Sports Business Journal's Adam Stern reports that Monster Energy will continue to sponsor Gibbs this season.
Cup racing full-time in 2023 for JGR
Joe Gibbs Racing announced on Tuesday that Gibbs will drive the No. 54 Toyota Camry full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series next season.