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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.

NASCAR RACE #18 PREVIEW: Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway tonight on TNT

Daytona International Speedway front stretch (photo by ImperialAssassin via wikipedia commons)

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to the Sunshine State of Florida for the second time this season.

Race #18 will take place in Daytona Beach, Florida and Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400 on TNT at 6:30 p.m.

One of the largest race tracks on the NASCAR circuit, Daytona International seats 147,000 fans, features a 2.5-mile track.

The 400-mile race will encompass 160 laps.

Daytona features restrictor-plate racing.

The late Dale Earnhardt Sr. is the all-time winningest driver at Daytona with 34 victories in NASCAR & non-NASCAR events.

RECAPPING 2011 COKE ZERO 400 RACE: David Ragan took control of the race from Ryan Newman with eight laps to go to earn his first Cup series win.

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Daytona International Speedway (file photo)

Johnson’s win at Darlington gives Hendrick racing team its 200th victory


Jimmie Johnson's #48 Lowe's Chevrolet (photo by Getty Images, courtesy of

Jimmie Johnson broke loose on a restart three laps from the ending of the Southern 500 and held over the weekend to give Hendrick Motorsports its 200th Sprint Cup win.

Johnson, whom you can never count out of a race, seemed like he would come up short on low fuel and worn tires and with Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch right on his heels and he was chasing Kurt Busch and Ryan Newman spun out with six laps left to go at Darlington Raceway.

Once the green flag was dropped, Johnson took off from Stewart and cruised to his first win since Kansas last October, breaking a 16-race winless drought for the five-time NASCAR champion and the Rick Hendrick racing team.

It was Johnson’s third win at the South Carolina track, but the first since he swept the 2004 events, the last season Darlington had two cup races.

Denny Hamlin finished second, followed by Stewart, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex, Jr.

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. finished 17 and his Sprint Cup winless streak goes to 140 laps.


Info compiled from NASCAR Sprint Cup, Radio & TV news

NASCAR CHASE: Kenseth wins at Charlotte; moves to 3rd in title chase

Matt Kenseth #17 Crown Royal Ford (By Getty Images for

The NASCAR Chase championship keeps changing weekly and on Saturday night in North Carolina, it changed even more.

Matt Kenseth put in his attempt to win the title by defeating the field at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The win by Kenseth, his third of 2011, was his first since the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship began five races ago.

Kenseth now has catapulted himself two spots in the standings to third behind leader Carl Edwards whom he trails by seven points at the halfway point in the Chase.

Kyle Busch had the most dominant car of the night, but Kenseth passed him up on a restart with 25 laps to go and finished second.

Five-time defending series champion Jimmie Johnson is going to be tested to win a sixth championship after last night’s race.

Johnson was running seventh in the race when he and Ryan Newman got tangled up with 17 laps to go and the #48 car hit the wall. He finished 34th and dropped to eighth in the standings.

Info compiled from NASCAR news

NASCAR chase adds Earnhardt, Hamlin & Stewart


Dale Earnhardt Jr. (by Chris Graythen of Getty Images via

This past week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series added three veterans to the all-important chase. The three are Dale Earnhardt Jr, Denny Hamlin and Tony Stewart.

The 12 qualifying drivers get their point totals reset at 2,000, plus three points for each win.

Points leader Kyle Busch and Harvick, each with a series-high four wins, start with 2,012 points. Because he enters the Chase as one of two wild cards, given to the winningest drivers 11th-20th.

                        TOP 10 POINTS

1. KYLE BUSCH,                                           891 POINTS, 4 WINS

2, JIMMIE JOHNSON,                               887 POINTS, 1 WIN

3. CARL EDWARDS,                                   878 POINTS, 1 WIN

4. JEFF GORDON,                                       872 POINTS, 1 WIN

5. KEVIN HARVICK,                                867 POINTS, 4 WINS

6. MATT KENSETH,                                   856 POINTS, 2 WINS

7. KURT BUSCH,                                         829 POINTS, 1 WIN

8. RYAN NEWMAN,                                  822 POINTS, 1 WIN

9. TONY STEWART,                                   788 POINTS, 0 WINS

10. DALE EARNHARDT, JR.,                 781 POINTS, 0 WINS


11. BRAD KESELOWSKI,                           760 POINTS, 3 WINS

12. DENNY HAMLIN,                                 744 POINTS, 1 WIN

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

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