NASCAR One & Done Picks for Homestead


The Fantasy NASCAR season has reached its final race and it will be incredibly difficult to find a driver who can finish in the top 20 this week for your One & Done contest. There are roughly 20 good teams in the MENCS so after 35 races, it is slim pickings. We need a lot of luck this week with our driver but the picks have performed well this season so even a 28th-place finish should keep most of us near the top of our league standings.  The Ford EcoBoost 400 can be seen Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on NBC.

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My goal every year in the One & Done game is to have an average finishing position of 15th or better from my drivers. Last week I decided to use John Hunter Nemechek. He was running OK at Phoenix until he blew a tire and got into the wall. JHN finished 29th and brought the season average finishing position to 14.6. Not sure if I will reach my goal without a miracle Sunday.

Here are my picks for Homestead…

Pick Driver Once

Pick Driver Twice
Race Driver Result Race Driver



Jamie McMurray 22nd Daytona Jamie McMurray 22nd
Atlanta Aric Almirola 8th Atlanta Aric Almirola


Las Vegas

Austin Dillon 20th Las Vegas Brad Keselowski 2nd
Phoenix Kevin Harvick 9th Phoenix Kevin Harvick


Auto Club

Brad Keselowski 3rd Auto Club Brad Keselowski 3rd
Martinsville Clint Bowyer 7th Martinsville Clint Bowyer



Jimmie Johnson 5th Texas Joey Logano 17th
Bristol Matt Dibenedetto 12th Bristol Erik Jones



Kyle Busch 8th Richmond Kyle Busch 8th
Talladega Ty Dillon 17th Talladega Ricky Stenhouse Jr.



Chase Elliott 5th Dover Chase Elliott 5th
Kansas Kurt Busch 7th Kansas Aric Almirola



Daniel Suarez 18th Charlotte Martin Truex Jr. 1st
Pocono Denny Hamlin 6th Pocono Kyle Larson



Erik Jones 31st Michigan Clint Bowyer 35th
Sonoma Michael McDowell 25th Sonoma Kurt Busch



Alex Bowman 1st Chicago Alex Bowman 1st
Daytona Brendan Gaughan 19th Daytona Ricky Stenhouse Jr.



William Byron 18th Kentucky Daniel Suarez 8th
Loudon Ryan Preece 21st Loudon Erik Jones



Daniel Hemric 7th Pocono Denny Hamlin 1st
W. Glen Parker Kligerman 26th W. Glen Chase Elliott



Kyle Larson 3rd Michigan Alex Bowman 10th
Bristol Ryan Newman 11th Bristol Kurt Busch



Chris Buescher 12th Darlington Denny Hamlin 29th
Brickyard Paul Menard 10th Brickyard Ryan Newman


Las Vegas

Joey Logano 9th Las Vegas Joey Logano 9th
Richmond Bubba Wallace 12th Richmond Ryan Blaney



David Ragan 35th Roval Ryan Blaney 8th
Dover Martin Truex Jr. 2nd   Dover Martin Truex Jr.



Joey Gase 36th Talladega Ryan Newman 2nd
Kansas Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 16th   Kansas Jimmie Johnson



Ryan Blaney 5th   Martinsville Kyle Busch 14th
Texas Corey LaJoie 38th   Texas Daniel Suarez



John H. Nemechek 29th   Phoenix Kevin Harvick 5th
Homestead J.J. Yeley ?   Homestead Kyle Larson


Wow, it is getting slim pickings for the One & Done game with 3 races left in the season. The drivers I have available to me include:  Landon Cassill, Ross Chastain, JJ. Yeley, Reed Sorenson, Drew Herrig, Josh Bilicki, B.J. McLeod and Joe Nemechek.

I am going to use J.J. Yeley. He is the only driver from the list above that has finished the last 3 races inside the top 30. Yeley finished 28th at Martinsville, 26th at Texas and 29th at Phoenix. Yeley has not had a DNF all season which is really good. At least we know he will finish the race. I am hoping he can have a similar race to what he had at Texas last month.

Good luck this week!


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