NASCAR DFS: Does NASCAR’s New Race Format Impact Strategy?
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NASCAR announced a major overhaul to both its points system as well as to the race format for the 2017 season. The goal is muli-purposed: to encourage racing throughout the race, to reward both consistency and winning, to provide a cushion for the season’s best drivers in the playoffs so that one bad race doesn’t eliminate them, and to give TV viewers pre-planned commercial breaks to get a tasty beverage. But the real question is — how do these changes affect our NASCAR DFS lineup building process? To figure that out, we first need to review the changes.

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