The drivers will turn 200 laps for a total of 300 miles on the 1.5-mile asphalt track of Charlotte Motor Speedway. With one of the best race-weekends of the year underway, this event should be extremely entertaining.
Most comparable tracks: Kansas, Texas, Las Vegas
*Note: all pricing is DraftKings focused
Justin Allgaier ($10,400), Starting on the Pole
Despite never winning here, Allgaier has always been a solid performer at Charlotte and he’ll start on the pole for his second time. Last season here he started second and finished seventh leading 62 laps along the way. Allgaier has a car that looks good and could be in store for a good dominating performance.
John Hunter Nemechek ($10,800), Starting 2nd
JHN is in the 20 Joe Gibbs car as usual and he’s had a good season with two wins and an average finish of 9th. JHN has top-two finishes in each of his last two races and should contend as a potential dominator in this race.
Ty Gibbs ($11,500), Starting 3rd
Sheldon Creed ($8,400), Starting 7th
Place Differential Targets
Ryan Sieg ($7,200), Starting 36th
A simple floor play here is Sieg who starts 36th and is very affordable. On the season, Sieg has an average finish of 17th while posting two top-10 finishes. Sieg makes for a good solid cash play and one that should carry ownership.
Parker Retzlaf ($6,700), Starting 37th
Like Sieg, Retzlaf offers a solid floor based on his starting position and a salary that won’t break the bank. Retzlaf, also like Sieg has two top-10 finishes on the season while posting an average finish of 18th.
Austin Hill ($9,200), Starting 17th
Hill has won three of the last five races and has eight top-10’s on the season to this point. Hill offers a ton of upside from his starting position and will provide position differential with a chance to win the race altogether.
Sammy Smith ($9,500), Starting 18th
Parker Kligerman ($8,000), Starting 20th
Kaz Grala ($7,400), Starting 32nd
Jeremy Clements ($6,300), Starting 27th