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Toyota Tundra 250 Tickets
Location: Kansas City, Kan.
Venue: Kansas Speedway
Series: NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series
Notable Past Winners: Kyle Busch, William Byron, Clint Bowyer
Kansas 250 TicketsThe Kansas 250 race is a NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race that takes place each year at the Kansas Speedway. It consists of 167 laps, totaling 250.5 miles on the 1.5-mile track. The race unfolds in three stages. The first 40 laps of the race are marked as Stage 1. Stage 2 runs through Lap 80. The third and final stage completes the race at Lap 167. Since Ricky Hendrick won the race in 2001, past and present NASCAR stars such as Carl Edwards, Mike Bliss and William Byron have driven into Victory Circle after the Kansas 250. Kyle Busch and Matt Crafton have each won the Kansas 250 twice. Erik Jones set the race qualifying record in 2015 with a lap of 179.396 mph around Kansas Speedway. Crafton turned in the fastest average race speed, running 139.875 mph in the 2015 Kansas 250. Grab your Kansas 250 tickets at StubHub, and see America's fastest truck race.
Who won the 2019 Kansas 250?Ross Chastain won the 2019 Kansas 250 with by .483 seconds over a charging Ben Rhodes. Todd Gilliland, Austin Hill and Brandon Jones finished third through fifth. Matt Crafton sat on the pole with a lap of 177.288 mph and finished sixth. Grant Enfinger led 47 of the event's 167 laps but faded to finish seventh. The race saw six caution incidents for 29 laps. There were 22 lead changes among nine drivers. Chastain led just five laps, including the last three, on the way to victory.
Who are the leading Kansas 250 drivers?In the 2014-2019 Kansas 250 races, Matt Crafton earned two top-5 finishes, four top-10 finishes, and one overall win. He has accumulated 185 driver points, placing him squarely in the lead from 2014 to 2019. Johnny Sauter has three top-5 finishes and ranks second with 160 driver points. Brett Moffitt, Grant Enfinger and Ben Rhodes rank second through fifth among Kansas 250 drivers over the past five years.
When is the 2020 Kansas 250 scheduled?The Kansas 250 is scheduled as a night race for Saturday, May 30, starting at 8:30 p.m. Eastern time. It joins the NASCAR Cup Series Kansas 400, which is scheduled for Sunday, May 31, at 2 p.m. Eastern.
Is the Kansas 250 part of the Gander Outdoors Truck Series Playoffs?The Kansas 250 is not included in the 2020 Truck Series Playoffs. However, there is a good chance it will contribute to the playoffs' field. Under NASCAR's "win and you're in" policy, full-time Truck Series drivers who win races automatically qualify for the series playoffs as long as they remain in the top 20 in Series points. If a Truck Series regular wins the Kansas 250 and stays in the top 20 in the standings, they will automatically qualify to race for the Truck Series championship.
How is the racing in the Kansas 250 truck race?Truck Series racing at Kansas is highly competitive. Over the course of 19 races, the Kansas 250 has averaged almost eight caution instances per event. Six Kansas 250 races have seen 10 or more caution flags. The race averages 13 lead changes per year. In the 2019 Kansas 250, NASCAR's on-track scoring system recorded 927 passes on the track under green flag conditions. For each green flag lap, an average of 6.7 positions changed.
Where can I get tickets to the Kansas 250 race?StubHub is your best source for Kansas 250 tickets and for an exciting weekend of racing at Kansas Speedway.
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