NASCAR DFS: 2022 EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix daily Fantasy picks, Austin strategy for DraftKings, FanDuel

There’s plenty to consider when setting your NASCAR DFS lineups for Sunday’s NASCAR at Circuit of the Americas race. Last year, Joey Logano finished third at the NASCAR Austin race after winning the first race stage and leading for 14 laps. He followed with a fourth-place road course finish at Sonoma, but went on to three lackluster showings at Road America, Watkins Glen and the road course at Indianapolis. Will Logano recapture the success he had at Austin last year and be a top option for your NASCAR DFS strategy for Sunday’s 2022 NASCAR at Austin race?

Through five races this season, Logano only has one top-five finish, which came at the Wise Power 400. However, he leads all drivers this season in quality passes with 538 and holds the second-best average position in NASCAR at 11. Will Logano come away with a top finish at this weekend’s 2022 EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix, or are there safer bets in the NASCAR DFS driver pool to consider? Before you finalize your NASCAR DFS picks for the 2022 EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix, be sure to check out the optimal NASCAR at Atlanta DFS strategy and advice from SportsLine’s Mike McClure.

McClure has won almost $2 million in his career as a daily Fantasy pro, and his NASCAR DFS driver pool, projections and advice can help you score a big win on Sunday.

Last week, McClure was extremely high on Martin Truex Jr. in his Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 picks on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, and he took his third top-ten finish of the season when he came in eighth after starting at 26 in the grid. Two weeks ago, he was high on Ryan Blaney, who placed fourth after he led for a race-high 143 laps. His model of him, which simulates every race 10,000 times, called seven outright winners last season. Anyone who has followed his picks has seen huge returns.

Anyone who has followed his picks has seen huge returns. Now, he’s turned his attention to Sunday’s EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix 2022. He’s only sharing his picks and NASCAR DFS driver pool here.

Top 2022 EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix NASCAR DFS picks

For NASCAR at Austin, McClure is high on Boris Said ($4,700 on DraftKings and $2,000 on FanDuel). Said will be competing in his first NASCAR race since 2017, driving for MBM Motorsports. Said has popped in-and-out of NASCAR Cup circuits since 1998, with his most number of races coming in 2005, when he drove in nine. His best finish that season was at Watkins Glen, where he took third.

Said had two non-descript showings at Sonoma and Watkins Glen during his last NASCAR run in 2017, but he’s clearly more comfortable on road courses. The last season in which Said competed in more than two races was in 2010, when he drove in six. Although he had an average finish of 30.2 that year, he still had a positive pass differential of plus-24 and should try to be aggressive this weekend during his first race in years.

Another part of McClure’s optimal NASCAR DFS strategy also includes rostering Kyle Larson ($10,400 on DraftKings, $13,500 on FanDuel), who holds the sixth-most number of fastest laps this season with 54. Larson started last week’s race in fifth and led for a lap before a crash with Denny Hamlin ended his day.

Larson started second in last year’s NASCAR COTA race. He was competitive at the front of the field all race long and led for four laps. Larson won two of his final three road course races last season.

How to set 2022 NASCAR at Austin DFS lineups

McClure is also targeting an undervalued driver set to return plenty of value. He’s in a prime position to make a run at the checkered flag and comes at a price that won’t break the bank. You can see who it is, and every other pick, right here.

So what are the top NASCAR DFS picks for Sunday’s 2022 EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix? And which value driver is a must-roster? Visit SportsLine now to see DFS millionaire Mike McClure’s complete driver pool for DraftKings and FanDuel, and cash in big on NASCAR DFS.

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