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Kansas Speedway is a tri-oval race track in Kansas City, Kansas. The speedway was built in 2001 and currently hosts two annual NASCAR race weekends. The IndyCar Series also raced at the speedway between until 2011. The speedway is owned and operated by International Speedway Corporation. - Source: Wikipedia
Matt Kenseth has rarely been more pleased in victory than he was this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Maybe that's because of what he overcame to achieve the win.
Brad Keselowski arrived at Kansas Speedway with the specter of NASCAR sanctions hanging over Penske Racing, and the first few laps of Sunday's race weren't going a whole lot better.
Brad Keselowski wasn't daunted by going a lap down Sunday at Kansas Speedway, or by having the rear end of his car ripped off after an early-lap incident.
Matt Kenseth qualifying on the pole for Sunday's race at Kansas Speedway turned some heads.
Inspectors confiscated the fuel cell from Truck Series points leader Johnny Sauter this weekend at Kansas Speedway and will review it the first part of next week.
Michael Annett is getting closer to returning to Richard Petty Motorsports after a devastating crash in the Nationwide Series race at Daytona in February left him with a broken sternum.
Denny Hamlin could return to the Sprint Cup series next weekend at Richmond for the first time since a crash March 24 at California left him with a compound fracture in his back.
Matt Kenseth proved during the final practice for Sunday's race at Kansas Speedway that the track-record qualifying lap that landed him on the pole was no fluke.
Jeff Gordon learned his lesson over time. So did Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth.
Elliott Sadler is back in a Sprint Cup car this weekend for the first of three scheduled races with Joe Gibbs Racing, and is hoping to show enough to land a full-time ride for next season.
Richard Petty believes there's a snitch.
Juan Pablo Montoya appears to be perfectly content with Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, even if nobody seems willing to talk about whether he'll still be with the team next season.
The MIT police officer killed during the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects was the brother of a machinist for Hendrick Motorsports, bringing the events of this past week closer to home for NASCAR teams already rallying around the tragedy.
Clint Bowyer figured he'd try his hand at selling cars this week instead of driving them.
Brad Keselowski spent some time in the garage talking to crew chief Paul Wolfe, then walked over to his No. 2 Ford and hopped in for practice on a brisk, breezy day at Kansas Speedway.