Below is a look at some of the top statistical performers at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, going into the Buschy McBusch Race 400 on Sunday, May 2 at 3 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90).
Kansas Speedway Data
Season Race #: 11 of 36 (05-02-21)
Track Size: 1.5-miles
Banking/Turn 1 & 2: 17 to 20 degrees
Banking/Turn 3 & 4: 17 to 20 degrees
Banking/Frontstretch: 10 degrees
Banking/Backstretch: 5 degrees
Frontstretch Length: 2,685 feet
Backstretch Length: 2,207 feet
Race Length: 267 laps / 400 miles
Stage 1 & 2 Length: 80 laps (each)
Final Stage Length: 107 laps
Top 12 Kansas Driver Ratings
Kevin Harvick………………………. 109.7
Martin Truex Jr…………………….. 100.6
Chase Elliott…………………………. 97.5
Ryan Blaney…………………………. 96.8
Kyle Larson………………………….. 94.2
Brad Keselowski……………………. 93.8
Kyle Busch…………………………… 92.7
Denny Hamlin……………………….. 90.9
Joey Logano…………………………. 88.7
Kurt Busch……………………………. 88.0
Erik Jones……………………………. 88.0
Cole Custer………………………….. 79.6
Note: Driver Ratings are compiled from 2005-2020 races (26 total) among active drivers at Kansas Speedway.
NASCAR Cup Series Kansas Qualifying Data
Track qualifying record:
Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet
197.773 mph, 27.304 secs.
October 3, 2014
2020 pole winner:
Due to the pandemic Qualifying was cancelled, the starting lineup was determined by random draw. Kevin Harvick started from the first position.
2019 pole winner:
Kevin Harvick, Ford
179.217 mph, 30.131 secs.
May 11, 2019
Kansas Speedway Pole Winners
|Pole Winners (16)||Poles|
|6||Martin Truex Jr||2|
|9||Dale Earnhardt Jr||1|
NASCAR Cup Series Kansas Race Data
Track race record:
Denny Hamlin, Toyota
144.122 mph, (02:46:44),
April 22, 2012
2020 race winner:
Denny Hamlin, Toyota
121.835 mph, (03:17:14),
July 23, 2020
2019 race winner:
Brad Keselowski, Ford
131.023 mph, (03:06:09),
May 11, 2019
Kansas Speedway Race Winners
|Race Winners (15)||Wins|
|8||Martin Truex Jr||2|
NASCAR Cup Series 2021 Top 16 in the Driver Standings at Kansas Speedway
|Rank||Driver||Races||Poles||Wins||Top Fives||Top 10s||DNFs||Average Finish||Driver Rating|
|2||Martin Truex Jr||25||2||2||9||12||1||13.2||100.6|
|15||Ricky Stenhouse Jr||16||0||0||0||0||2||19.1||72.1|
* — Based on last 26 races at Kansas Speedway (2005 — 2020).
- Groundbreaking for Kansas Speedway was held on May 25, 1999.
- The official opening of Kansas Speedway was in 2001, with the first events being an ARCA Menards Series race and a NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race on the same day — June 2.
- The first NASCAR Cup Series race was on Sept. 30, 2001. The event was won by Hendrick Motorsport‘s driver and NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon (Chevrolet).
- During the 2012 season, between the April and October events, the 1.5-mile track underwent a repave, adding variable banking in the corners (17-20 degrees).
- There have been 30 NASCAR Cup Series races at Kansas Speedway, one event from 2001 – 2010 and two races per year since 2011.
- A total of 152 different drivers have competed in at least one NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway; 119 drivers have competed in more than one race at Kansas.
- Three drivers have started all 30 NASCAR Cup Series races and lead the series in starts at Kansas Speedway — Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, and Ryan Newman.
- Four drivers all-time have made their first NASCAR Cup Series career start at Kansas Speedway: Erik Jones (5/09/2015), Ryan Blaney (5/10/2014), Austin Dillon (10/09/2011) and Denny Hamlin (10/09/2005).
- Jason Leffler leads the NASCAR Cup Series in average starting position at Kansas Speedway with a 3.5 in three starts.
- Brad Keselowski leads all active drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series in average starting position at Kansas with a 10.227 in 22 starts.
Top 10 in Average Starting Position at Kansas Speedway (All-Time & Active)
|Rank||All-Time Drivers||Avg Start||Races||Rank||Active Drivers||Avg Start||Races|
|1||Jason Leffler||3.500||3||1||Brad Keselowski||10.227||22|
|2||Daniel Hemric||9.000||2||2||Joey Logano||10.696||23|
|3||Brad Keselowski||10.227||22||3||Ryan Blaney||10.750||12|
|4||Joey Logano||10.696||23||4||Martin Truex Jr||10.920||25|
|5||Ryan Blaney||10.750||12||5||Denny Hamlin||12.240||25|
|6||Martin Truex Jr||10.920||25||6||Kyle Busch||12.769||26|
|7||Brian Vickers||11.818||12||7||Kevin Harvick||13.500||30|
|8||Denny Hamlin||12.240||25||8||Chase Elliott||13.800||10|
|9||Bill Elliott||12.714||7||9||William Byron||13.833||6|
|10||Jeff Gordon||12.750||20||10||Erik Jones||14.000||9|
- A total of 16 different drivers have won the pole at Kansas Speedway in the NASCAR Cup Series.
- Six of the 16 NASCAR Cup Series pole winners are active this weekend.
|Active Pole Winners (6)||Poles|
|Martin Truex Jr||2|
- Kevin Harvick leads the NASCAR Cup Series in poles at Kansas Speedway with five (fall 2013, 2014 sweep, spring 2018, spring 2019).
- Jason Leffler won the inaugural NASCAR Cup Series pole at Kansas Speedway in 2001 with a speed of 176.499 mph (Dodge) driving for Chip Ganassi Racing.
- Jason Leffler (2001), Ryan Blaney (2017) and Daniel Hemric (2019) are the only drivers to post their first-career NASCAR Cup Series pole at Kansas Speedway.
- Jimmie Johnson (2007-2008) and Kevin Harvick (three-straight: fall of 2013-2014 sweep) are the only two drivers to win consecutive poles at Kansas Speedway.
- Youngest series Kansas pole winner: Ryan Blaney (May 13, 2017 — 23 years, 2 months, 43 days).
- Oldest series Kansas pole winner: Mark Martin (October 4, 2009 — 50 years, 8 months, 25 days).
- Four manufacturers have won poles at Kansas Speedway in the NASCAR Cup Series, led by Chevrolet with 11; followed by Ford (nine), Toyota and Dodge (four each).
- A total of 15 different NASCAR Cup Series drivers have won at Kansas Speedway.
- Eight of the 15 NASCAR Cup Series winners are active this weekend at Kansas.
|Race Winners (8)||Wins||Seasons|
|Denny Hamlin||3||2020, 2019, 2012|
|Joey Logano||3||2020, 2015, 2014|
|Kevin Harvick||3||2018, 2016, 2013|
|Brad Keselowski||2||2019, 2011|
|Martin Truex Jr||2||2017 sweep|
- Jeff Gordon (2001, 2002, 2014), Jimmie Johnson (2008, 2011, 2015), Kevin Harvick (2013, 2016, 2018), Joey Logano (2014, 2015, 2020) and Denny Hamlin (2012, 2019, 2020) lead the NASCAR Cup Series in wins at Kansas Speedway with three victories each.
- NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon won the first NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway on September 30, 2001; actually, Gordon won the first two series races at Kansas (2001, 2002).
- Youngest series Kansas winner: Chase Elliott (October 21, 2018 — 22 years, 10 months, 23 days).
- Oldest series Kansas winner: Mark Martin (October 9, 2005 — 46 years, 9 months, 0 days).
- NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon is the only series driver to win at Kansas in his first appearance (2001).
- No NASCAR Cup Series drivers have won their first career race at Kansas Speedway.
- Jeff Gordon (2001, 2002), Matt Kenseth (2012, 2013), Martin Truex Jr. (2017 sweep) and Denny Hamlin (2019, 2020) are the four NASCAR Cup Series drivers that have posted consecutive wins at Kansas Speedway.
- A total of six of the 30 (20%) NASCAR Cup Series races at Kansas Speedway have been won from the pole or first starting position; the most recent driver to accomplish the feat was Kevin Harvick (May 12, 2018).
- The first starting position is the most proficient starting spot in the field producing more winners (six) than any other starting position on the grid: Joe Nemechek (2004), Jimmie Johnson (2008), Matt Kenseth (spring 2013), Kevin Harvick (Playoffs 2013), Martin Truex Jr. (Playoffs 2017), Kevin Harvick (spring 2018).
NASCAR Cup Series Wins by Starting Positions at Kansas Speedway
|Starting Position||Wins||Winning %||Starting Position||Wins||Winning %|
|Winning from the First Starting Position:||20.00%||6|
|Winning from the Front Row:||26.67%||8|
|Winning from a Top-Five Starting Position:||46.67%||14|
|Winning from a Top-10 Starting Position:||60.00%||18|
|Winning After Starting Outside the Top 20:||10.00%||3|
- The deepest in the field that a race winner has started at Kansas Speedway is 25th, by Brad Keselowski in the spring of 2011.
- Martin Truex Jr. (17), Kyle Busch (16) and Kevin Harvick (15) all made 10 or more attempts before their first win at Kansas Speedway.
- Kurt Busch leads the series with the most NASCAR Cup Series starts at Kansas Speedway without visiting Victory Lane at 30.
- A total of eight different organizations have won in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway.
|Hendrick Motorsports||7||2018, 2015, 2014, 2011, 2008, 2002, 2001|
|Joe Gibbs Racing||6||2020, 2019, 2016, 2013, 2012, 2006|
|Team Penske||6||2020, 2019, 2015, 2014, 2011, 2003|
|Roush Fenway Racing||4||2012, 2010, 2007, 2005|
|Stewart-Haas Racing||3||2018, 2016, 2009|
|Furniture Row Racing||2||2017 sweep|
|Richard Childress Racing||1||2013|
- Hendrick Motorsports leads the series in wins at Kansas with seven victories: Jeff Gordon (three: 2001, 2002 and 2014), Jimmie Johnson (three: 2008, 2011 and 2015) and Chase Elliott (Playoffs 2018).
- Four manufacturers have won at Kansas Speedway in the NASCAR Cup Series; led by Chevrolet with 12 victories, Ford with nine, Toyota has seven and Dodge has two.
ADDITIONAL FINISHING POSITIONS
- A total of 20 different drivers have finished runner-up in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway.
- Kevin Harvick (2014, 2015, 2016) leads the NASCAR Cup Series in runner-up finishes at Kansas Speedway with four second-place finishes.
Top Five in Second-Place Finishes at Kansas Speedway (All-Time & Active)
|Rank||All-Time Drivers||Runner-Ups||Rank||Active Drivers||Runner-Ups|
|1||Kevin Harvick||4||1||Kevin Harvick||4|
|2||Martin Truex Jr||3||2||Martin Truex Jr||3|
|3||Brad Keselowski||2||3||Brad Keselowski||2|
|4||Carl Edwards||2||4||Kurt Busch||2|
|5||Kasey Kahne||2||5||Ryan Newman||2|
Top Five Finishes:
- A total of 36 different drivers have finished in the top-five in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kanas Speedway.
- NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon leads the series in top-five finishes at Kansas Speedway with 11 top fives.
- Kevin Harvick leads all active drivers in the series in top-five finishes at Kansas Speedway with 10 top fives.
Top Five in Top Fives at Kansas Speedway (All-Time & Active)
|Rank||All-Time Drivers||Top Fives||Rank||Active Drivers||Top Fives|
|1||Jeff Gordon||11||1||Kevin Harvick||10|
|2||Kevin Harvick||10||2||Martin Truex Jr||9|
|3||Jimmie Johnson||9||3||Denny Hamlin||8|
|4||Martin Truex Jr||9||4||Joey Logano||8|
|5||Denny Hamlin||8||5||Kyle Busch||8|
- A total of 56 different drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series have posted top-10 finishes at Kansas.
- Jimmie Johnson leads the series in top-10 finishes at Kansas Speedway with 19 top 10s.
- Kevin Harvick leads all active NASCAR Cup Series drivers in top-10 finishes at Kansas Speedway with 17 top 10s.
Top Five in Top 10s at Kansas Speedway (All-Time & Active)
|Rank||All-Time Drivers||Top 10s||Rank||Active Drivers||Top 10s|
|1||Jimmie Johnson||19||1||Kevin Harvick||17|
|2||Kevin Harvick||17||2||Brad Keselowski||12|
|3||Jeff Gordon||14||3||Kurt Busch||12|
|4||Carl Edwards||13||4||Kyle Busch||12|
|5||Matt Kenseth||13||5||Martin Truex Jr||12|
- NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace leads the series in average finish at Kansas Speedway with an 8.2 in five starts.
- Kevin Harvick leads all active drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway with an average finishing position with a 9.3 in 30 starts.
Top 10 in Average Finishing Position at Kansas Speedway (All-Time & Active)
|Rank||All-Time Drivers||Avg Finish||Races||Rank||Active Drivers||Avg Finish||Races|
|1||Rusty Wallace||8.200||5||1||Kevin Harvick||9.333||30|
|2||Ricky Rudd||8.800||5||2||Cole Custer||10.500||2|
|3||Kevin Harvick||9.333||30||3||Chase Elliott||11.000||10|
|4||Jeff Gordon||9.950||20||4||Brad Keselowski||11.636||22|
|5||Brendan Gaughan||10.000||2||5||Martin Truex Jr||13.240||25|
|6||Carl Edwards||10.158||19||6||Denny Hamlin||14.520||25|
|7||Cole Custer||10.500||2||7||Ryan Blaney||15.333||12|
|8||Chase Elliott||11.000||10||8||Tyler Reddick||15.667||3|
|9||Brad Keselowski||11.636||22||9||Kyle Busch||15.692||26|
|10||Jimmie Johnson||11.793||29||10||Erik Jones||15.889||9|
- A total of 75 different drivers have led at least one lap in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas.
- Kevin Harvick leads the series in laps led at Kansas Speedway with 949 in 30 starts.
Top 10 Leaders in Laps Led at Kansas Speedway
|Rank||All-Time Drivers||Races||Led||Completed||% Led|
|2||Martin Truex Jr||25||803||6,532||12%|
|Rank||Active Drivers||Races||Led||Completed||% Led|
|2||Martin Truex Jr||25||803||6,532||12%|
- The most laps led by the winner of a NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway was 197 of the scheduled 272 laps (72.4%) on October 9, 2011 by Jimmie Johnson. He started the race in 19th.
- The most laps led by a driver that did not win a NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway was 173 of the scheduled 267 (64.7%) on April 22, 2012 by Martin Truex Jr.; he ultimately finished the race runner-up after Denny Hamlin passed Truex with 37 laps to go and went on to win.
- The fewest laps led by the winner of a NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway was five laps of the scheduled 267 on October 1, 2006 by NASCAR Hall of Famer Tony Stewart. He took the lead over Jimmie Johnson on Lap 263 and led the final five laps to win.
- Danica Patrick is the only female driver that has competed at Kansas Speedway in the series:
|Driver||Starting Position||Finishing Position||Date|
- Danica Patrick‘s seventh-place finish (2014) at Kansas Speedway in the NASCAR Cup Series is the third-highest finish by a female driver in series history. Patrick‘s series career-best finish is sixth (Atlanta).
- The best finish by a female driver in the NASCAR Cup Series is Sarah Christian‘s fifth-place finish (Heidelberg) in 1949.
TRACK & EVENT SPECIFIC STATS
- Since the advent of electronic scoring in 1993, the closest margin of victory in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway is 0.081-second. The race was held on October 10, 2004 – the inaugural series event – Joe Nemechek beat Ricky Rudd.
Top Five Closest Margins of Victory at Kansas Speedway
|Margin of Victory||Winner||Runner-Up||Date|
|0.081||Joe Nemechek||Ricky Rudd||10/10/2004|
|0.112||Jeff Gordon||Kevin Harvick||5/10/2014|
|0.128||Denny Hamlin||Chase Elliott||10/20/2019|
|0.150||Matt Kenseth||Kasey Kahne||4/21/2013|
|0.205||Brad Keselowski||Alex Bowman||5/11/2019|
- In the 30 NASCAR Cup Series races at Kansas Speedway, only four have resulted in NASCAR Overtime:
|Scheduled No. of Laps||Actual No. of Laps||Overtime Laps||Race Winners||Date|
- Only one of the 30 series races at Kansas Speedway have been shortened due to weather conditions:
|Scheduled No. of Laps||Actual No. of Laps||Fewer Laps||Race Winner||Date|
- Of the 30 NASCAR Cup Series races held at Kansas Speedway, only the Sept. 30, 2007 event has ended under caution — weather — Greg Biffle won the event.
- Qualifying has never been cancelled due to weather conditions in the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway. Last season‘s races and this season‘s event have had their qualifying sessions cancelled due to the pandemic.
- The NASCAR Cup Series Kansas race has never been postponed to another date due to weather conditions.
- The 30 NASCAR Cup Series races at Kansas Speedway on average produce 10.2 different leaders per race and an average of 18.3 lead changes per race.
- The most lead changes in a NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas was 26 on October 4, 2009.
- The most leaders in a NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas was 14 on October 4, 2009.
|NASCAR Cup Series- Leaders, Lead changes, Cautions and Caution Laps|
|Date||Leaders||Lead Changes||Cautions||Caution Laps|
|Sunday, September 30, 2001||12||19||13||70|
|Sunday, September 29, 2002||10||13||11||52|
|Sunday, October 5, 2003||11||23||9||47|
|Sunday, October 10, 2004||12||24||9||39|
|Sunday, October 9, 2005||12||16||7||28|
|Sunday, October 1, 2006||13||20||11||45|
|Sunday, September 30, 2007||10||16||12||54|
|Sunday, September 28, 2008||10||16||7||25|
|Sunday, October 4, 2009||14||26||6||23|
|Sunday, October 3, 2010||12||20||5||24|
|Sunday, June 5, 2011||9||17||5||22|
|Sunday, October 9, 2011||9||19||6||25|
|Sunday, April 22, 2012||9||14||3||18|
|Sunday, October 21, 2012||10||16||14||66|
|Sunday, April 21, 2013||8||13||8||40|
|Sunday, October 6, 2013||12||24||15||71|
|Saturday, May 10, 2014||10||25||8||47|
|Sunday, October 5, 2014||9||25||8||34|
|Saturday, May 9, 2015||10||16||9||49|
|Sunday, October 18, 2015||9||21||7||39|
|Saturday, May 7, 2016||10||16||6||30|
|Sunday, October 16, 2016||10||16||8||38|
|Saturday, May 13, 2017||9||21||15||61|
|Sunday, October 22, 2017||7||14||10||49|
|Saturday, May 12, 2018||7||13||6||31|
|Sunday, October 21, 2018||8||11||3||17|
|Saturday, May 11, 2019||12||23||7||41|
|Sunday, October 20, 2019||12||15||7||32|
|Thursday, July 23, 2020||9||21||11||47|
|Sunday, October 18, 2020||11||17||6||31|
|Last Caution Of Each Race – NASCAR Cup Series – Kansas|
|Date||First Lap of Last Caution in Regulation||Laps To Go|
|Sunday, September 30, 2001||258||9|
|Sunday, September 29, 2002||263||4|
|Sunday, October 5, 2003||250||17|
|Sunday, October 10, 2004||252||15|
|Sunday, October 9, 2005||225||42|
|Sunday, October 1, 2006||196||71|
|Sunday, September 30, 2007||208||2|
|Sunday, September 28, 2008||227||40|
|Sunday, October 4, 2009||238||29|
|Sunday, October 3, 2010||188||79|
|Sunday, June 5, 2011||163||104|
|Sunday, October 9, 2011||266||1|
|Sunday, April 22, 2012||188||79|
|Sunday, October 21, 2012||237||30|
|Sunday, April 21, 2013||219||48|
|Sunday, October 6, 2013||244||23|
|Saturday, May 10, 2014||204||63|
|Sunday, October 5, 2014||237||30|
|Saturday, May 9, 2015||257||10|
|Sunday, October 18, 2015||264||3|
|Saturday, May 7, 2016||242||25|
|Sunday, October 16, 2016||235||32|
|Saturday, May 13, 2017||264||3|
|Sunday, October 22, 2017||237||30|
|Saturday, May 12, 2018||254||13|
|Sunday, October 21, 2018||162||105|
|Saturday, May 11, 2019||264||3|
|Sunday, October 20, 2019||265||2|
|Thursday, July 23, 2020||243||24|
|Sunday, October 18, 2020||222||45|
|Note: The 2007 race was shortened due to weather to 210 laps.|
|Last Pass For The Lead – NASCAR Cup Series – Kansas|
|Date||Race Winner||Runner-Up||Lap of Last Pass For The Lead of Race||Laps To Go|
|9/30/2001||Jeff Gordon||Ryan Newman||245||22|
|9/29/2002||Jeff Gordon||Ryan Newman||210||57|
|10/5/2003||Ryan Newman||Bill Elliott||239||28|
|10/10/2004||Joe Nemechek||Ricky Rudd||230||37|
|10/9/2005||Mark Martin||Greg Biffle||219||48|
|10/1/2006||Tony Stewart||Casey Mears||262||5|
|9/30/2007||Greg Biffle||Clint Bowyer||173||37|
|9/28/2008||Jimmie Johnson||Carl Edwards||219||48|
|10/4/2009||Tony Stewart||Jeff Gordon||237||30|
|10/3/2010||Greg Biffle||Jimmie Johnson||238||29|
|6/5/2011||Brad Keselowski||Dale Earnhardt Jr||258||9|
|10/9/2011||Jimmie Johnson||Kasey Kahne||244||28|
|4/22/2012||Denny Hamlin||Martin Truex Jr||236||31|
|10/21/2012||Matt Kenseth||Martin Truex Jr||218||49|
|4/21/2013||Matt Kenseth||Kasey Kahne||215||52|
|10/6/2013||Kevin Harvick||Kurt Busch||231||36|
|5/10/2014||Jeff Gordon||Kevin Harvick||259||8|
|10/5/2014||Joey Logano||Kyle Larson||238||29|
|5/9/2015||Jimmie Johnson||Kevin Harvick||257||10|
|10/18/2015||Joey Logano||Denny Hamlin||262||7|
|5/7/2016||Kyle Busch||Kevin Harvick||230||37|
|10/16/2016||Kevin Harvick||Carl Edwards||237||30|
|5/13/2017||Martin Truex Jr||Brad Keselowski||248||19|
|10/22/2017||Martin Truex Jr||Kurt Busch||210||57|
|5/12/2018||Kevin Harvick||Martin Truex Jr||265||2|
|10/21/2018||Chase Elliott||Kyle Busch||223||44|
|5/11/2019||Brad Keselowski||Alex Bowman||260||11|
|10/20/2019||Denny Hamlin||Chase Elliott||226||51|
|7/23/2020||Denny Hamlin||Brad Keselowski||254||13|
|10/18/2020||Joey Logano||Kevin Harvick||222||45|
|Note: The 2007 race was shortened due to weather to 210 laps.|
|The Oct. 2011 race went to Overtime with 272 laps.|
|The Oct. 2015 race went to Overtime with 269 laps.|
|The May 2019 race went to Overtime with 271 laps.|
|The May 2019 race went to Overtime with 277 laps.|
- On average the last pass for the lead of a race at Kansas Speedway in the NASCAR Cup Series occurs around 30 to 32 laps to go.
NASCAR IN KANSAS
- There has been a total of 78 NASCAR national series races among two tracks held in the state of Kansas.
|Track Name||City||Cup||Xfinity||Truck||Total||First Year|
|Kansas Speedway||Kansas City||30||21||22||73||2001|
|Heartland Park Topeka||Topeka||0||0||5||5||1995|
- The first NASCAR national series race held in the state of Kansas was on July 29, 1995 at Heartland Park Topeka in Topeka, Kansas. The event was a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race and it was won by NASCAR Hall of Famer Ron Hornaday Jr. (Chevrolet) driving for Dale Earnhardt Inc.
Kansas Drivers In NASCAR
- A total of 17 different drivers in NASCAR national series history have their home state recorded as Kansas.
- Of the 17 Kansas drivers, only two of them have won a NASCAR national series race; both have won in the NASCAR Cup Series.
|Kansas Race Winners||Cup||Xfinity||Truck||Combined|
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