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Chase Elliott is the only NASCAR driver this season with four wins, and while five others have two victories, nobody has three. Denny Hamlin will try to change that on Sunday in the 2022 Federated Auto Parts 400 after he picked up his first win of the year in the last NASCAR at Richmond race in April. Hamlin finished third last weekend at Michigan, but can he go 2-for-2 at Richmond on Sunday to lead your NASCAR DFS lineups? Who should you target with your NASCAR DFS picks?

William Byron finished third in April's Toyota Owners 400 and could be a popular option in the NASCAR DFS driver pool this week. Byron has finished 12th in two of his last three races and has been looking for his first top-10 finish since the 2022 Food City Dirt Race nearly three months ago. Before you make your 2022 NASCAR DFS picks for the 2022 Federated Auto Parts 400, be sure to check out the optimal NASCAR at Richmond DFS strategy and lineup advice from SportsLine's Mike McClure.

McClure has won over $2 million in his career as a daily Fantasy pro, and his NASCAR DFS driver pool, projections and advice can help you score a big win.

Last week, two of McClure's core NASCAR DFS picks finished in the top 10 of the FireKeepers Casino 400 in Martin Truex Jr. (sixth place) and Alex Bowman, who finished ninth after starting 30th in the grid. The previous week, McClure highlighted Ricky Stenhouse at Indianapolis, who finished 13th after starting 38th. His model, which simulates every race 10,000 times, called seven outright winners last season. Anybody who has followed his picks has seen huge returns.

Anybody who has followed his picks has seen huge returns. Now, he's turned his attention to Sunday's 2022 NASCAR at Richmond race and locked in his NASCAR DFS picks. He's only sharing his picks and NASCAR DFS driver pool and top picks here.

Top 2022 Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR DFS picks

For NASCAR at Richmond, McClure is high on Kyle Busch ($11,400 on DraftKings and $13,000 on FanDuel). Busch started last weekend third in the grid, but his day ended early with a crash after just 24 laps. Prior to that, he finished just outside the top 10 in two of his last three races, but he has been a regular in the top 10 at Richmond.

In 2018, Busch won both races at Richmond, and since then, he hasn't finished worse than ninth in any of the following six races there. Since 2019, Busch has had more finishes in the top 10 at short tracks (15) than any other driver. Most recently, he finished seventh at the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville, right behind his brother, Kurt.

Another part of McClure's NASCAR DFS strategy includes rostering Tyler Reddick ($8,800 on both DraftKings and FanDuel). Reddick had a disappointing 29th-place finish last weekend at Michigan after starting sixth in the grid, but notched his second career cup series victory two weeks ago at the Indy Road Course. Prior to his Verizon 200 victory, Reddick finished second at Pocono in the M&M's Fan Appreciation 400.

Including Reddick in NASCAR DFS lineups is more of a testament to his recent form than his history at Richmond. He finished 12th at the Toyota Owners 400, but also finished with his best driver rating (82.2) at the track since joining the NASCAR Cup Series. Reddick has the ninth-most fastest laps this season (212), as well as the fourth-highest average mid-race position (13.7), and should be in the mix to challenge at the end of the race this weekend. Get more NASCAR DFS advice here.

How to set 2022 NASCAR at Richmond DFS lineups

McClure is also targeting an undervalued driver set to return plenty of value. He's in a prime position to make a run at the checkered flag and comes at a price that won't break the bank. You can see who it is, and every other pick, right here.

So what are the top NASCAR DFS picks for Sunday's 2022 Federated Auto Parts 400? And which value driver is a must-roster? Visit SportsLine now to see DFS millionaire Mike McClure's complete driver pool for DraftKings and FanDuel, and cash in big on NASCAR DFS.