Kansas Lottery 300 - Xfinity Series venues
Kansas Lottery 300 - Xfinity Series Tickets
Location: Kansas City, Kan.
Venue: Kansas Speedway
Sport: Stock Car Auto Racing
Series: NASCAR Xfinity Series
Notable Past Winners Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Denny Hamlin
Kansas Lotto 300 TicketsThe Kansas Lottery 300 is a 200-lap, 300-mile race run each autumn at the Kansas Speedway. It is run in three stages. Stages 1 and 2 are 45 laps each. Stage 3 is 110 laps and completes the race. Jeff Green won the first running of the Kansas Lottery 300 in 2001. Since then, many of NASCAR's top stars have taken home the Kansas Lottery 300 trophy. Kyle Busch is the all-time winner with four victories, including three in a row from 2014 through 2016. Joey Logano has two Kansas Lottery 300 wins. Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Kevin Harvick have one win each. Toyota leads all manufacturers with nine Kansas Lottery 300 race wins, including five in a row from 2013 through 2017. Matt Kenseth set the record for Kansas Lottery 300 pole speed with a lap of 184.906 mph in 2015. Christopher Bell ran the fastest Kansas Lottery 300 with a 141.158 mph average in 2017. Grab your tickets at StubHub for the Xfinity Series Kansas Lottery 300.
How big is Kansas Speedway?The Kansas Speedway is a 1.5-mile track configured as a tri-oval. Its backstretch is 2,207 feet long and is banked at 5 degrees. The front stretch is 2,685 and has 9-11-degree variable banking. It juts out in front of the grandstand to form the tri-oval configuration. Kansas Speedway's corners are banked progressively, from 17 degrees at the bottom to 20 degrees at the top. The facility sits on over 1,200 acres and offers space to park more than 35,000 cars.
Who won the 2019 Kansas Lottery 300?Brandon Jones won the 2019 Kansas Lottery 300 with a margin of victory of just .272 seconds over Tyler Reddick. Chase Briscoe, Michael Annett and Justin Allgaier rounded out the top five finishers. Christopher Bell sat on the pole and led 69 laps before finishing 12th.
How many Kansas Lottery 300 winners have won the Xfinity Series championship in the same year?Only two drivers have won the Kansas Lottery 300 on the way to the Xfinity Series season championship. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. took both titles in 2012. Kevin Harvick accomplished the feat in 2006.
When is the 2020 Kansas Lottery 300?The Kansas Lottery 300 is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17. It is paired with the NASCAR Cup Series Hollywood Casino 400 the following day.
Is the Kansas Lottery 300 a NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs race?The Kansas Lottery 300 is one of seven Xfinity Series Playoffs races. As the fourth race in the Playoffs, it is the first race in the "Round of Eight," the second of three Playoffs rounds. The race before the Kansas Lottery 300, the Drive for the Cure 250 at Charlotte, will be an elimination race. After the Charlotte race, the Playoffs field will be reduced from 12 drivers to eight. The Kansas Lottery 300 is the first race of the new round of Playoff races.
How is the racing in the Kansas Lottery 300?The Kansas Lottery 300 is famously fast and competitive. The 2019 Kansas 300 saw a pole speed of 181.165 mph, an average speed of 119.074 mph, 12 lead changes, eight cautions for 41 laps and 1,019 passes under green flag conditions. An average of 6.4 positions changed on each green flag lap.
Where can I get tickets to the Kansas Lottery 300 Xfinity race?StubHub is your single source for tickets to a full weekend of NASCAR racing at Kansas Speedway.
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