Welcome to the All-Star race weekend for the Cup series where NASCAR likes to try a whole bunch of different things in terms of aero package or set-ups on the cars or even formats of the race itself. This year they’re combining a whole lot of different changes into one race that should make things pretty interesting to watch but very tricky for DFS purposes.

There are 100 laps in the exhibition race on Sunday and those laps will be broken down into six stages with the first four being 15 laps a piece, the fifth being 30 laps, and the last one being a ten-lap sprint for the $1,000,000 check to the winner. If only it was that simple. The second and fourth stages will see the field invert randomly while the third stage sees the full field...