The 2022 NASCAR Season is coming off one of the longest races in Cup Series history with last week's Coca-Cola 600. Clocking in at over five hours in length with 18 cautions, last week's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway produced some fantastic racing with Denny Hamlin scoring his second win of the season joining William Byron and Ross Chastain atop the 2022 NASCAR Standings as the only drivers with multiple wins this year. Now the Cup Series makes its debut at World Wide Technology Raceway (aka Gateway) near the Missouri-Illinois border for the Enjoy Illinois 300. Track data is unavailable this week so what can we expect with a new car on a track the Cup Series has never run before? Our NASCAR DFS experts break down this week's comparable tracks and tire combinations so you can be ready to construct your NASCAR DFS Lineups following practice and qualifying!