I watched the 2018 Daytona Clash and analyzed the driving. It was pretty boring. In the beginning of the race, the drivers went two and three wide at times, but three-quarters of the race was single file follow the leader racing. There was a wreck on the last lap because of aggressive bump drafting, but other than that, the wrecks were uneventful. My clash DFS build takeaway is to play drivers in the back (like always) or the "3 team stack and 3 in the back" build. I explain this during the podcast.