By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on May 24, 2014
The NASCAR All-Star race is over, so fantasy world can move on. To help you draft this weekend, here are five of the best fantasy NASCAR sleepers for the 2014 Coca-Cola 600.
Truex Jr. has two straight top-15 finishes in the spring races in Charlotte and he loves these longer tracks. He is a natural road warrior, and while he may be seriously struggling this season, MTJ is worth gambling on this Sunday.
After placing 22nd at the Dayton 500, Newman has been as rather productive. Newman has ripped off 10 consecutive top-20 finishes this year and the super veteran continues to show up race after race. Newman will be one of the best sleepers to grab this week in Charlotte.
Biffle didn’t fare well at Charlotte last season. He finished 31st in the spring race and 16th during the fall race. Even worse, he failed to complete both races. Before last year’s slump, though, Biffle cracked the top-15 on this track in five straight races. He will be an ideal sleeper candidate after the top-10 drivers come off the board.
Bowyer has four straight top-13 finishes at Charlotte, including a win during last year's fall race. Bowyer even won his showdown and placed seventh in the All-Star race. He will be a popular sleeper option to lock on to this Sunday.
Kahne has four career wins in Charlotte, including three Coca-Cola 600 titles. He also has an average finish of 11.31 on this track and the veteran knows how to open up on the longer turns. Kahne should be a top-five fantasy pick this weened, so don't sleeper on the #5 car.
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