The field is set for Saturday night’s Go Bowling 400 at Kansas Speedway, race No. 11 of 36 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Here’s where all 40 drivers will line up for the race, with coverage starting at 7 p.m. ET on FOX.
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Lately, Blaney has had trouble finishing races, but he has another fast Wood Brothers Racing Ford and he earned his first career pole.
After failing to pass the Laser Inspection Station in post-race tech at Talladega, Almirola’s team was hit with a 35-p0int penalty as well as a $65,000 fine and three-race suspension for crew chief Drew Blickensderfer.
In each of the last seven Kansas races, Keselowski has led at least one lap, although his only victory here was back in 2011. Still, he should be a threat to win again. And he comes in third in points.
In his first year with Stewart-Haas Racing, Bowyer would like to end a winless streak that dates back to Charlotte in October 2012. Also, Bowyer and Jim Roper are the only to Kansas natives to win in NASCAR’s top division.