NASCAR By the Numbers - Toyota Owners 400

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Happy Easter Everyone! This weekend we head to Richmond Raceway for the Toyota Owners 400. The race is on Sunday night at 7pm ET on FOX. This is the first time since September of 2021 that we’ve run a scheduled night race at Richmond. On top of that, we had an early morning practice and qualifying on Saturday morning. I expect some comers and goers throughout this race. When we were here in the fall, Group A was much faster in practice and Group B had better track conditions for qualifying. We saw a wild optimal lineup with no drivers inside the top ten starting positions. We have a lot of strong cars starting inside the top ten, and I’d be shocked if that happens again Sunday night. I will be using recent Richmond data, recent short-flat track data, practice, and a few other things when building lineups this weekend.

NASCAR DFS Picks: Toyota Owners 400

The stages are 70, 160, and 170, which is a total of 400 laps. With 400 laps, we’re looking at 40 laps completed, and 40 laps led points on FanDuel. We have a potential of 180 fastest lap points and 100 laps led points.

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The Head of Motorsports at RotoGrinders and the long-time host of the popular Morning Grind podcast, Stephen Young (aka stevietpfl) has been one of the top NASCAR, NFL, NBA, and MLB analysts in the industry since its inception. He has accumulated numerous Live Final seats and is a multiple-time finalist for the Fantasy Sports Writers Association Racing Writer of the Year. Follow Stevie on Twitter – @stevietpfl