The High Line – XFINITY Series – Alsco Uniforms 250 – Atlanta Motor Speedway – March 19, 2023


Pack racing will come into play with this race being treated as a super speedway, just like what we see at Daytona and Talladega. The drivers will go 163 laps for 251 miles providing a good amount of dominator points but also keeping in mind that typically at these types of tracks we need place differential points with the looming wreck(s) that come with this style of racing. Without qualifying it’s tough to lock into anyone but here are some drivers that are typically strong at superspeedways. With all of that being said, after qualifying, look mainly for drivers starting towards the back, say from 22nd and back.

Most comparable tracks: Daytona International Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway

*Note: all pricing is DraftKings focused

Top Drivers

Justin Haley ($10,300)

  • Haley has four XFINITY superspeedway wins in 22 races as he’s displayed the ability to avoid the chaos that we typically see at these races. He’s won two races each at Daytona and Talladega,

Austin Hill ($10,700)

  • Hill won this race earlier this season when he started third and dominated leading 103 laps. Hill has been one of the stronger drivers this season and he’ll be in play to win regardless of where he starts.

Josh Berry ($9,400)

  • Berry finished 7th here earlier in the season and finished second here in the July race last season. Berry has an average finish of 13th with five top-10’s in 16 super speedway races in an XFINITY car.

Daniel Hemric ($8,300)

  • Hemric finished second in this race earlier in the season and has seven top-10 finishes in 35 XFINITY races on super speedways. Despite some inconsistent performances, Hemric has the makeup and equipment to perform well in these races.

Also Consider:

Cole Custer ($9,600)

Riley Herbst ($8,100)

Jeremy Clements ($7,100)

Kaz Grala ($6,800)

Kyle Sieg ($5,700)