Vinnie Miller

2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Vinnie Miller in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Three Starts with BJ McLeod
January 14, 2021
This season Miller will return to the seat of BJ McLeod Motorsports' No. 99 car, two of which will be at Dover International Speedway and Bristol Motor Speedway. The third race is yet to be determined, Dustin Albino of Jayski reports.
Miller has run a patchwork schedule over the last couple seasons, with most of those efforts coming in BJ McLeod's teams. He's set for at least three starts in the team's No. 99 car, and possibly more. Miller made 28 starts in this division of NASCAR last season, and collected four Top-15 finishes.
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DFS Xfinity: Alsco 300
DFS Xfinity: Alsco 300
September 26, 2020
September 26, 2020
Austin Cindric leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup again this week at Las Vegas, as the runner up in the spring race and the joint-leader in the standings as the playoffs begin.
DFS Xfinity: Food City 300
DFS Xfinity: Food City 300
September 17, 2020
September 17, 2020
Harrison Burton, who’s in C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup, will start this race sixth and has two top-10 finishes from two series starts at the track.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Has not raced in NASCAR since 2020. He enters the 2022 season a free agent driver.
Miller made 28 starts last season for BJ McLeod Motorsports. He earned four Top-15 finishes in those efforts, and raced competitively most weeks. He's been named to at least three starts in the BJMM No. 99 entry in 2021. However, we would not rule out Miller racing for other teams in the Xfinity Series and approaching close to the 28 starts he made last season.
Miller will return for his third full-time season of Xfinity Series action in 2020. The young driver made some marginal improvements last year in the No. 78 Chevrolet. Miller improved his average qualifying and finishes positions by over 2.5 spots each and it led to four Top-20 finishes. He would wind up 2019 at 23rd-place in the final driver standings. It was good progress from his 2018 rookie season. Miller will once again have Keith Wolfe calling the shots from the team's war wagon, and that continued driver/crew chief relationship should spur further improvement. Still, this team's limited resources are the biggest factor and really only makes them a threat to overachieve on the superspeedways.
Miller has been confirmed in the No. 78 Chevrolet for the 2019 season. He spent much of last season racing in the No. 01 of JD Motorsports, but moved to this team for the final six races of 2018. It was Miller's first full season of Xfinity Series racing, and there were plenty of lessons learned. Among them was his 10 DNF's and 28.8 average finish for the year. The young driver would wind up 27th overall in the final driver standings, and that will be a mark to improve on this season. The move to the No. 78 Chevrolet should help push Miller to new heights. Certainly, we expect him to finish more races in the upcoming season and to make some modest improvement in his average finishing position.
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Becomes first full-time driver for BJ McLeod
September 26, 2018
BJ McLeod Motorsports announced Monday that Miller signed a multi-year agreement with the team to compete in the XFINITY Series.
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