DIGITAL ALLY 250 - GANDER OUTDOORS TRUCK SERIES
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Digital Ally 250 - Gander Outdoors Truck Series Tickets
Location: Kansas City, Kan.
Venue: Kansas Speedway
Series: NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series
Notable Past Winners: Kyle Busch, William Byron, Carl Edwards, Clint Bowyer
Kansas 250 TicketsThe Kansas 250 is a 167-lap, 250.5-mile race run each year at the Kansas Speedway. It is run in three stages. Stages 1 and 2 are 40 laps each. Stage 3 is 87 laps and completes the race. Ricky Hendrick won the first running of the Kansas 250 race in 2001. Since then, an array of NASCAR stars has visited Kansas Speedway's Victory Circle after the Kansas 250. Kyle Busch and Matt Crafton have each won this race twice. Toyota has eight Kansas 250 victories to lead all manufacturers. Chevrolet has seven Kansas 250 wins to its credit. Chevrolet drivers Clint Bowyer and James Buescher took home Kansas 250 trophies in 2011 and 2012, respectively. Erik Jones set the pole record for this race with a lap of 179.396 mph in 2015. Crafton set the race record that same year with an average speed of 139.875 mph. Grab your Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Kansas 250 tickets at StubHub, and see the fastest trucks around.
How big is the Kansas Speedway?The Kansas Speedway is a 1.5-mile track configured as a tri-oval. Its 2,207-foot backstretch is straight and is banked at 5 degrees. The 2,685-foot frontstretch juts out toward the grandstand at the start-finish line. It is banked at 10 degrees. The corners are progressively banked, starting at 17 degrees and increasing to 20.
Who won last year's Kansas 250?Ross Chastain won the 2019 Kansas 250. His margin of victory over Ben Rhodes was .483 seconds. Todd Gilliland, Austin Hill and Brandon Jones rounded out the top five finishers. Matt Crafton sat on the pole with a lap of 177.288 mph. Stewart Friesen led 87 of the event's 167 laps but finished 15th.
Have any Kansas 250 winners won the Gander RV & Outdoors Trucks Series championship the same year?Three Kansas 250 winners have gone on to win the Truck Series championship in the same season. Matt Crafton won both titles in 2013. James Buescher accomplished the feat in 2012. Mike Bliss was the first to win the Kansas 250 race on the way to the Truck Series championship in 2002.
When is the 2020 Kansas 250 truck race?The 2020 Kansas 250 Gander RV & Outdoors Trucks Series race is scheduled for Saturday, May 30. It is paired with the NASCAR Cup Series Kansas 400 the following afternoon.
Is the Kansas 250 race part of the Gander Outdoors Trucks Series Playoffs?The Kansas 250 is not a playoffs race. However, it is likely to play a role in determining the playoffs' field. In order to qualify for the Truck Series Playoffs, a race winner must attempt every race of the season and stay in the top 20 in the point standings. Unless a low-ranking, part-time driver pulls an upset, the Kansas 250 winner will qualify for the Truck Series Playoffs.
How is the racing in the Kansas 250?Racing in the Kansas 250 is generally safe and competitive. The race has averaged seven caution incidents since its inception. In the 2019 race, just one competitor retired after a crash. The 2019 Kansas 250 saw 22 lead changes and drivers made 927 passes under green flag racing. Fans of safe, competitive racing will love the Kansas 250.
Where can I get Kansas 250 tickets?StubHub is your best resource for the Gander Outdoors Truck Series Kansas 250 tickets and for admission to the summer race weekend at Kansas Motor Speedway.
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