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NASCAR Xfinity Series at Kansas Speedway

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Kansas Speedway

This weekend, tune in to NASCAR Xfinity Series at Kansas Speedway. The Kansas Lottery 300 is a 200-lap, 300-mile race run each autumn. 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.

The Kansas Lottery 300 is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17 at 7:00 PM ET. It is paired with the NASCAR Cup Series Hollywood Casino 400 the following day.

ABOUT 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.

TOMMY JOE MARTINS

NASCAR driver Tommy Joe Martins had a very solid race at Talladega Superspeedway. His No. 44 AAN Adjusters Chevrolet finished stage one in 23rd and stage two in the 17th position, respectively. After the checkered flag was given to the field, the Number 44 car was sitting solidly in 15th. Witness Tommy Joe Martins making history this Saturday, October 17 at Kansas Speedway. Don’t miss all the action at “The Track That Will Blow You Away”!

KEN GILREATH – OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF NASCAR

Through companies owned by Ken and Tina, a sponsorship arrangement for 2020 was signed with NASCAR’s Xfinity series driver Tommy Joe Martins who drives the 44 car for Martins Motorsports. The 44 car displays Tina and Ken’s company brands at each race. In addition to the Xfinity cars, Ken’s TA2 series car displays the same design.