Pure Michigan 400
We are in Michigan this week for the Pure Michigan 400. Last year, Matt Kenseth pulled down the win and will look to defend today. 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. Kevin Harvick
Harvick will start in 4th today and definitely has the ability to dominate the race. He has a driver rating of 92.7 at Michigan and is competing for the points lead.
2. Matt Kenseth
You can’t rule out last years winner at this race (Driver Rating of 102.7). He will start in 13th, but should easily find the top 5. I like his place differential potential.
3. Jimmie Johnson
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Johnson will roll off in the 2nd spot and also has the ability to dominate laps. If he can get passed Logano on the pole then he could amass a lot of fantasy points.
4. Carl Edwards
Edwards has a 101. 3 Driver Rating at Michigan. He starts 9th, but could easily finish top 5.
5. Kurt Busch
Busch will start 19th, but definitely doesn’t have a 19th place car. Look for him to score a nice return today.
1. Austin Dillon
Dillon at 17th leads a lot of room for place differential points. He is vying for the Chase and could make it this year.
2. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
I love where Ricky starts this week and if he can stay out of trouble he will score big. Get him in your lines for some nice place differential points.
3. Trevor Bayne
Starting right in front of Danice, Bayne makes for a great spot start. Use him to differ from the field.
4. Danica Patrick
Can’t deny Danica starting outside of the top 20 at 23rd. She will silently work her way up to a top 15 performance and provide a nice return.
5. Paul Menard
Menard is another guy that will set you apart and makes for a game theory play. I will have big exposure this week.