NASCAR at Kansas: Vegas odds, key stats, prediction, sleepers, fantasy drivers to watch
Kyle Busch wanted to return to a”real” race track after his loss at Talladega Sunday and this weekend he will get his wish in Kansas Speedway’s 1.5-mile circuit beneath the lights for Saturday night’s Go Bowling 400.
Busch will attempt to defend his success. He struggled at Kansas but seems to have figured out it recently. He’s logged a top-five end in his past four starts but is still seeking his first win of the season to mechanically clinch a playoff spot.
Kevin Harvick has had recent success at Kansas, finishing first or second in five of his final seven starts while Joey Logano has put in the top five in six of his last seven starts in the Sunflower State, including two wins.
It is no surprise that the trio of veterans are among the favorites to win Saturday night (7:30 p.m. ET, Fox Sports 1).