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Kevin Harvick on pole for tonight’s 5-Hour Energy 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Kansas

Kevin Harvick's car (photo by BHFeller via wikipedia commons)

Kansas Speedway has generally been kind to driver Kevin Harvick.

He started on the pole at the Kansas City, Kansas track last October and won the race.

He is back at the pole at the 1.5-mile oval after posting a track qualifying record of 194.252. This will be his second pole of the season.

Tonight’s 7 pm race is the 5-Hour Energy 400 and will have Joey Logano starting second. Brad Keselowski, Carl Edwards and Kyle Larson three through five.

The rest of the Top 10 in order, Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Tony Stewart, Danica Patrick and Greg Biffle. Patrick has qualified tweeks in a row in the Top-10.

Harvick has two wins during the 2014 season and won at Darlington from the pole.

Kyle Busch dominates caution-filled NASCAR Trucks race at Kansas Speedway

Kyle Busch ( photo)

Kyle Busch dominated the SFP 250 NASCAR Camping World Trucks race at Kansas Speedway Friday.

The race was filled with caution flags with nine total. A rarity, there was a caution on the very first lap of the race.

Matt Crafton finished second with Joey Logono finished third.

The win was Busch’s second of the year. He was in complete control for a majority of the race.

Busch has raced in the Truck series for 12 years and 118 races and has fared very well. He has 37 wins, 92 Top 10′s and 13 poles.


Stenhouse rallies from two laps down to win Nationwide race at Kansas


Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images, courtesy

The Kansas Speedway had a very exciting finish on Saturday night.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rallied from two laps down to win the race.

Stenhouse, the defending Nationwide Series champion, earned his sixth win of the 2012 season.

Luck was on Stenhouse’s side as race leader, Kyle Busch ran out of gas heading into the final turn.

A late caution allowed the race to be extended for six more laps, which stretched all cars’ fuel tanks.

Austin Dillon finished second to clinch the manufacturers’ championship for Chevrolet.

Stenhouse survived an accident with Joey Logano early in the race which caused him to fall two laps down. He was able to win due to the fact that his pit sequence was different than the other drivers.


Info compiled from NASCAR Nationwide Series

Chase tightens up with Kurt Busch win at Dover


Kurt Busch (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for

Nobody expected Kurt Busch to be one of the serious contenders for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.

Well, Busch has put his name into contention for a second Cup title, by holding off fellow Chase favorites Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards on Sunday at Dover International Speedway. The Chase is tightened and no driver has taken control as a clear-cut favorite.

With only seven races left, 15 points separate the top eight drivers.

Edwards and Kevin Harvick share the lead in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship standings heading into next week’s race at Kansas Speedway. Harvick is seeded first due to a tiebreaker.

Busch, the 2004 champion, won for the 24th time and it was his first win at Dover.

Busch’s #22 Dodge got stronger and stronger through the 400-mile race, and he edged-out his long-time rival, Johnson on the final restart to take the checkered flag for the second time this season.

The win pushed Busch from ninth to fourth place in the points standings with 2,113, only nine points off the lead.

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

NASCAR Sprint Cup season start pushed back in 2012


David Reutimann #00 Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota (photo by Getty Images for

NASCAR has changed the start of the 2012 Sprint Cup Series season back one week and switched a few race dates.

The Daytona 500 opens the season on February 26, one week later than usual.

Next year’s schedule has 38 races built into 40 weeks.

The first race at Dover was moved up to the month of May after running in June for several years.

Kansas Speedway had its race moved from June to April to accomodate plans to pave the track.

Kentucky Speedway’s second Sprint Cup race ever, was moved out of July, back into June by one week. It was switched with Daytona’s traditional July 4 weekend race, which is now scheduled for July 7.

Talladega Superspeedway’s race date in April has been moved to May, and the October date has been pushed up a month.

Info compiled from NASCAR news

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