KANSAS 400 - NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Kansas 400 - NASCAR Cup Series Tickets
Venue: Kansas Speedway
Location: Kansas City, Kan.
Series: NASCAR Cup Series
Notable Past Winners: Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Kevin Harvick
Kansas 400 TicketsThe Kansas 400 is a 267-lap, 400-mile race held each year in the late spring at Kansas Speedway. The race is run in three stages. Stages 1 and 2 are 80 laps each. Stage 3 finishes the race 107 laps later. Brad Keselowski won the first Kansas 400 in 2011 and repeated the feat in 2019. In between, some of NASCAR's most famous drivers of this era have entered Victory Circle at Kansas. Jeff Gordon won this race in 2014. Jimmie Johnson took the victory here in 2015. Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick are the only drivers to win this race from the pole position. They did it in 2013 and 2018, respectively. Grab your tickets at StubHub and see if another superstar can take the checkered flag at Kansas.
How big is the Kansas Speedway?Located in Kansas City, Kan., Kansas Speedway is a 1.5-mile track that sits on more than 1,200 acres. It features variable banking in the corners and along the front straightaway. The corners are banked at 17-20 degrees. The front stretch is banked progressively at 9-11 degrees. The backstretch is banked at 5 degrees. A 2.37-mile road course shares the facility with the 1.5-mile track. The venue boasts parking spaces for over 35,000 vehicles.
Who won the 2019 Kansas 400?Brad Keselowski won last year's race, known as the Digital Ally 400. Keselowski held off Alex Bowman to win the race by .205 seconds. Erik Jones, Chase Elliott and Clint Bowyer rounded out the top five finishers. Keselowski is the first two-time winner of the race. Kevin Harvick started on the pole and led the most laps before finishing 13th. The race featured 23 lead changes, the most for this event since 2014.
Have any winners of the Kansas 400 also won the NASCAR Cup Series championship?Martin Truex Jr. is the only driver to win the Kansas 400 on the way to a Series championship. In 2017, Truex led 104 laps and won the race by over one second. Truex also won the fall race, known as the Hollywood Casino 400, at Kansas that year, becoming the first driver to sweep both races at Kansas Speedway in the same year.
When is the 2020 Kansas 400?The 2020 Kansas 400 schedule is for Sunday, May 31, the weekend after the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. It will share the race weekend with the Digital Ally 250 in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Check StubHub for tickets to enjoy an entire weekend of racing at Kansas.
What is the racing like in the Kansas 400?The flat, smooth surface of the Kansas Speedway lends itself to fast, safe racing. Only once in the history of this event has the race generated more than 10 caution flags. The average Kansas 400 sees around 38 caution laps, so you can expect to spend most of the event watching green flag competition.
Is the Kansas 400 part of the NASCAR Playoffs?Although the Kansas 400 is not part of the NASCAR Playoffs, it is likely to have an impact on the Playoffs' field. Race winners who attempt all regular-season races and acquire enough points to rank within the Monster Energy Series Top 30 or the NASCAR Xfinity Series Top 20 qualify for the playoffs. Unless a driver ranked outside the top 30 pulls an upset win, the Kansas race winner will advance to the NASCAR Playoffs.
Where can I get tickets to the Kansas 400?StubHub is your best source for Kansas 400 tickets and seat selection.
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