The High Line – XFINITY Series – RAPTOR King of Tough 250 – Atlanta Motor Speedway – February 24, 2024


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.

Most comparable tracks: Daytona International Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway

*Note: all pricing is DraftKings focused

Top Drivers

Jeb Burton ($7,800), Starting 25th

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Burton is in the 27 car for Jordan Anderson Racing, a car in which he’s been in since 2022, specifically he’s run this race four times. In those four races, Burton has been incredibly consistent finishing 13th, 16th, 13th, and 15th. Starting back at 25th, there’s plenty of room for Burton to pick up place differential points. Considering how consistent Burton has been here, notably avoiding trouble, he’s somewhere I’m looking to get plenty of exposure to.

Jordan Anderson ($7,200), Starting 38th

Starting dead last is Anderson who can clearly only gain points from here. Regardless of Anderson’s lack of track history or salary he should be the most popular play as far as place differential goes and it’s justified.

Ryan Ellis ($5,100), Starting 34th

Just last week Ellis drove to an 11th-place finish at Daytona after starting 36th. Much like Anderson, Ellis pretty much has nowhere to go but forward here starting near the back. At such a low salary Ellis should be considered a strong cash play option.

Brandon Jones ($8,100), Starting 18th

Here we go with Brandon Jones, the tournament play that I look at week in and week out. Jones finished ninth last week when starting 22nd and clearly avoided trouble on the track. Now, the problem always with Jones are the peak’s and valley’s which makes him a good tournament play. Considering the place differential upside of Jones starting 18th, he makes for a very intriguing play.

Also Consider:

Ryan Sieg ($7,400), Starting 20th

Jeremy Clements ($7,100), Starting 23rd

J.J. Yeley ($6,500), Starting 36th

Cole Custer ($10,000), Starting 11th