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One Loose Lug Nut – Daily Fantasy NASCAR – New Hampshire 301
New Hampshire 301
We have headed up North this week and drivers will race New Hampshire. Kevin Harvick will be vying for a win after running out of gas at this track early in the year. Matt Kenseth pulled off the win and will be looking for a repeat. Some big news dropped this week as Dale Earnhardt Jr. won’t be in a car due to concussive-like symptoms. This week I will provide 5 top end daily fantasy NASCAR plays and 5 value plays. One Loose Lug Nut is presented by UTV Family. Check them out at utvfamily.com or on twitter @utvfamily they are giving away a 2016 Polaris Rzr Turbo. For every $5 spent at their website you’ll get entered into the raffle to win!
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Daily Fantasy NASCAR Picks
Top End Picks
1. Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie Johnson qualified in the pole position and has had great success at this track. He has a driver rating of 101 and has 6.7% of the fastest laps. I wouldn’t be surprised if he led all 301 laps at this mile long track today.
2. Kyle Busch
Kyle won this race in 2015 and qualified in the 2nd spot this week. He has a 95.6 rating at New Hampshire and could challenge Jimmie for the lead early and often. I could definitely see Rowdy dominating this race if Jimmie backs out and plays some “Chad” strategy.
3. Kurt Busch
You just can’t stop with one Busch brother at New Hampshire. Kurt could register some fastest laps and gain some place differential points. He rivals Jimmie on wins at New Hampshire and could make for a great battle for the lead at New Hampshire.
4. Kevin Harvick
Harvick qualified in the 8th spot today and will be looking to find victory lane after a disappointing fall race. Throwing the stats aside Harvick will be gunning for the front today.
5. Matt Kenseth
Kenseth won this race in the spring when Harvick ran out of gas. He starts in a great spot today and could provide some nice place differential points from the 18th spot. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him end up in the top 10 today.
1. Kyle Larson
Larson qualified in the 17th spot and just like Kenseth is primed for some nice place differential points. He has found the top 20 in the last 7 races and should race New Hampshire well today.
2. Tony Stewart
Stewart is back! Or either NASCAR enjoys a great conspiracy. Stewart qualified in 12th and has the highest lifetime driver rating at this track. I can’t quit him until he shows us an implosion.
3. Ryan Newman
Newman has 3 wins at New Hampshire and has been a silent killer this season. He is trying to find a spot in the Chase, but should be great in your DK lineup today starting in 25th. Barring a wreck you could definitely be looking at 40+ points from Newman today.
4. Danica Patrick
Danica at 29th, but finishing 20th or better over the last couple of races. I’ll jump on the wagon and pay for the only woman in racing today.
5. David Ragan
Ragan has been really good over the last two races. I like his 23rd qualifying spot and I feel like he could find the top 15 today. He has consistently finished better than 25th at New Hampshire.