Who’s ready for some more Saturday night racing under the lights? That’s what we’re getting this week at Kansas for the first trip of the year to the Midwest 1.5-mile Tri-Oval track. It is one of the newer tracks on the schedule, but it has consistently been one of the most liked tracks by drivers because of the multiple driving grooves available to be used and the overall layout of the tracks.

Since opening in 2001, Kansas Speedway has hosted 26 races at the track with it’s banking at between 17-20 degrees in the turns as it is another track with progressive banking. The winning positions are pretty well spread out aside from the six winners that have come from the pole in that span with the furthest back winner starting in the 25th...