NASCAR Xfinity Series: Bristol Food City 300 DraftKings DFS Kit (9/16/22)

The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Bristol on Friday night for the Food City 300. This is the last race before qualifying begins. Can someone make their way to the postseason?

Last week, Noah Gregson won in Kansas, taking his second straight win. Gragson is already set to lead the points once things reset in qualifying, but don’t expect him to just hold back. Gragson will probably want to earn more bonus points.

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How did the top drivers here

Let’s compare expensive drivers. This week, we have six drivers that cost at least $10,000.

Ty Gibbs ($11,400): Eleventh place here on Xfinity’s lone start, Gibbs didn’t drive any laps in this race. Of the nine races Gibbs won in the series, only one came on a short track, and that was in Richmond, which isn’t the same as Bristol. I think Gibbs may be overrated this week.

Noah Gregson ($11,200): Gregson won here in 2020, driving 55 laps. He has three top 10 in five starts in Bristol. This is the kind of track that Gragson can excel at – I would consider it my favorite to win today.

Justin Allgaier ($11,000): Allgaier has a lot of experience here, starting with 21 Xfinity. He finished in the top five of all 10 of those and took a win here in 2010 when he was driving a Penske. He drove another 92 laps in five consecutive races in Bristol but faded late, either due to a wreck or not having the fastest car at the end. Allgaier is a great pick to win this.

Josh Perry ($10,600): Berry’s only Xfinity start here was last year, when he finished 35. But he’s raced late supermodels here in the past and has a background in short tracks, so I don’t think we should count on Berry, although he’s probably the best driver I’ll run him as little as possible, unless there was a qualifier conflict, which would suddenly give him a rookie differential spot.

AJ Allmendinger ($10,300): The Allmendinger won that race last year, but only led the last lap. He wasn’t fast this year, so I expect the Allmendinger to finish somewhere in fifth. Qualification determines whether he plays.

Brandon Jones ($10,000): Jones has three top 10 in a row here and once led 106 laps at the Bristol Grand Prix. I doubt Jones would win on Friday, but there is a spike in PD for DFS purposes if he qualifies outside the top 10.

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Mid-price driver options

Here are some drivers that cost between $7,000 and $10,000 to watch.

Sam Meyer ($9,700): I’m really intrigued by Meyer tonight. He took a Truck Series win here in 2020, and last year he drove 49 laps in the Xfinity race here, finishing ninth after starting 22. Could this be the time for Meyer’s first Xfinity win?

Riley Herbst ($8,500): Herbst has the best average finish of his career this year at 13.6 and has already made a career high with his top five. Bristol is a good track for him, having had a Top 10 in his last two games here, including a third last year.

Jeremy Clements ($7,200): Clements heads into the playoffs, winning the appeal that would have stripped his victory at Daytona of his playoff eligibility. Clements has done well here over the past few years, earning six consecutive places of 13th or better, including fourth in 2019.

Potential value options

Obviously qualifying will affect this, but here are some drivers under $7,000 that I have my eye on.

Nick Sanchez ($6,100): Sanchez will start for the third time in the Xfinity series, but he comes in the 48th, which has shown speed this season. Because of that, I’m ignoring his earlier runs this year in cars owned by BJ McLeod because… well, those were McLeod cars. Sanchez finished fourth here in last year’s ARCA race.

Ryan Ellis ($5,500): Ellis is in trouble in qualifying, starting at 30th or worse in three straight races. His start average this year was 31.0, while his finish average was 23.3. There will be a place in the upside differential here.

CJ McLaughlin ($5,300): RSS cars have been solid this year. McLaughlin didn’t have much luck in his early days with the team, with two DNF and 34 in Kansas, but he finished 13th in Loudoun and in the truck race here last year, he started 38th and finished 26th. He can keep the car clean. Watch McLaughlin.

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