NASCAR Trucks DFS: Chevy Silverado 250

This article is part of our NASCAR DFS series.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is heading to Talladega this week for the fifth and second round race of the eighth. T-Majesky He was the first driver to punch a card to Championship 4 with his victory last Thursday in Bristol. This was exactly the way to make a statement with such implications for his first win of his career. This will be the second high-speed race of the season for the Truck Series and offers some unique challenges to the teams.

10 past winners of Talladega with starting position

2021 – Tate Fogelman (twentieth)
2020 – Raphael Lessard (15th)
2019 – Spencer Boyd (25)
2018 – Timothy Peters (Third)
2017 – Parker Kligerman (fourteenth)
2016 – Grant Enfinger (Second)
2015 – Timothy Peters (the first)
2014 – Timothy Peters (26)
2013 – Johnny Sutter (24)
2012 – Parker Kligerman (ninth)

Drivers always joke that super sprints are like rolling dice and seeing how you come out. This is because of the amount of variance that exists between getting involved or missing debris in these pathways. The trucks will be so pressed into crafting at full speed throughout the race that anything can happen. With the playoffs winding down and teams making last-ditch efforts to secure a spot in the final round, we’ll see patience run out and even more chaos. For DFS, the main thing this week is about line-up creation. This is not a race that will have the Dominators doing a set of laps led and the fastest laps. We’ll see most of these points scattered across the field. At superspeedways, I build lineups in a way that allows me to take advantage of the most important thing, which is the differential in place. In short, this means limiting my exposure to front starting points and loading up drivers who start in the middle of the pack or even further, even if it means leaving salary on the table.

DraftKings Level 1 Values

John Hunter Nemecic – 10,800 dollars
Zane Smith – 10,600 dollars
Parker Kligerman – $10,400
Johnny Sutter – 10,200 dollars

DraftKings Level 2 Values

Stuart Friesen – $9800
Christian Ecks – 9600 dollars
Ryan Press – 9400 dollars
T-Majesky – 9200 dollars

Level 3 DraftKings values

Matt Crafton – 8800 dollars
Grant Enfinger – 8600 dollars
Ben Rhodes – 8200 dollars
Carson Hocevar – 8100 dollars

Level 4 DraftKings values

Matt Dependet – 7900 dollars
Gas Grala – 7100 dollars
Timmy Hill – 6800 dollars
Jordan Anderson – $5800

NASCAR DFS Picks for a Chevy Silverado 250

Parker Kligerman – $10,400
Matt Crafton – 8800 dollars
Grant Enfinger – 8600 dollars
Ben Rhodes – 8200 dollars
Gas Grala – 7100 dollars
Jordan Anderson – $5800

It’s always good to rely on experience in these types of races, so our picks start this week Parker Kligerman. He has a long history of strong results at breakneck speed including Daytona finishing fifth this year. He also won here in 2017 and 2012. Matt Crafton He’s another veteran I’m eager to stand with this week. He has a lot of experience and some strong finishes over the years. Three of Talladega’s top 15 games in a row are in favor of Crafton and he’s fallen off eight of the top 15 in his last 10 attempts at Daytona. Grant Enfinger He was a winner here in 2016 and also has a very solid record at Daytona, including winning in 2020. Ben Rhodes He’s improved here since his debut in 2016, and his ultra-fast form reads 4th, 1st, 13th, 2nd in the last four. One of the things I mentioned earlier is how the teams will work together as well as they can, so you have a bit more of an extra connection if you combine Rhodes and Crafton. Rhodes is eighth in the playoff points standings, so he must feel he needs a win to advance to the fourth championship. This is a great opportunity for him to do so. Rounding out our picks this week are great deals Gas Grala And the Jordan Anderson. Grala proved to be a very good ultra-fast racer in his time in NASCAR, highlighted by his victory at Daytona in 2017. He also added a Top 10 in 2020. When he got a chance in the Cup Series, he also performed sixth here last spring with Kaulig Racing. Anderson He finished second in a row at Daytona to line up with three of the 11 bests in his last four attempts at Talladega, making him a strong candidate for success.

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