Slowly but surely, Kyle Larson has turned his season around. Now the sophomore driver heads to Bristol Motor Speedway with one thing on his mind—earn his first career win to clinch a Chase berth.
Thanks to his history of success at the track, he has a great chance of doing just that. And with a price tag that has him outside of the top 10 on the salary sheet, he’s a great choice for a No. 2 or 3 driver that should outperform for owners.
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Earlier this season, Larson was anything but a model of consistency. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver had three straight races with negative point totals on DraftKings in July.
Everything changed in Indianapolis. Since his top-10 result at IMS, Larson hasn’t finished worse than 13th and been competitive in every race. That has equated to an average of 40.5 fantasy points per weekend on DraftKings.
That pales in comparison to what Larson is capable of doing this weekend. He was first in the opening practice and third in the second, proving he has the speed to win. Larson also holds an average finish of 9.67 with two top 10s at the track.
After leading 90 laps at Thunder Valley in April, might this finally be the site of his first win? With Larson in DraftKings lineups, owners will get to find out while also building their bank rolls this Saturday night.