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Baptist Health 200
Location: Homestead, Fl.
Course: Homestead-Miami Speedway
Format: 1.5-mile oval
Grant Enfinger grabbed his second win of the season in Atlanta over Austin Hill. Enfinger led just seven laps in that victory and leveraged a two-lap sprint to the finish to deny hometown driver Hill the victory. Hill appeared to be destined to win, bettering both Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch, and to amass a safe lead as the miles wore down. Elliott spun late in the proceedings, which opened the door to Enfinger to swoop in and steal the win for himself. Hill will be looking for redemption heading into this week's race in Miami. While he sits second in the playoff standings, he is still missing that all-important win that would guarantee his spot in the championship elimination rounds. He is the defending winner at the circuit, but will have to overcome the field again to get the job done.
Key Stats at Homestead
- Number of races: 24
- Winners from pole: 4
- Winners from top-5 starters: 15
- Winners from top-10 starters: 20
- Winners from 21st or lower starters: 0
- Fastest race: 135.556 mph
Previous 10 Homestead Winners
Homestead-Miami Speedway has produced 22 different races winners from its 24 years of hosting the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors truck series. Only Todd Bodine and Kyle Busch have won at the circuit multiple times and have two wins each. However, Busch leads the series in laps led at the track with 312 from eight starts. He starts Saturday's race on the outside of the front row with Austin Hill alongside on pole position.
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Being one of only two trucks series drivers to have multiple wins makes Kyle Busch a standout this week. He was beaten the past two races, which will make him even more hungry for a win on Saturday. Austin Hill is having a terrific season so far and just needs to add a win to top it off. He won this race last season and narrowly missed out in Atlanta. Saturday's race will be the first for Zane Smith at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He sits firmly in the playoff picture and has finished 11th or better in every race this season. Fantasy owners should have no reservations selecting the him this week. Grant Enfinger's inclusion in the roster should also not come as much of a surprise. With two wins already this season, his fantasy price this week is a bargain. He has three top-10s from four series starts at this track. Derek Kraus has two top-10s in the four races run so far this season and is on the cusp of the playoff positions. He starts seventh this week. The final choice this week goes to Norm Benning. The veteran has eight series starts at Miami with five finishes better than 30th. Starting 36th on Saturday should enable him to add valuable finish differential points to fantasy rosters.