Elimination race number two is on tap this Sunday and it’s host, Kansas Speedway, is ready for another exciting race. The last time Kansas held a race this year, several cars started in the rear of the pack and there was plenty of multi-groove racing that prevailed and allowed cars to move up through the field pretty handily. This weekend, the temperatures should be close to what they were last race as it was a night race and this one is a fall race in October, meaning the same type of racing should happen on Sunday.

This is a 1.5-mile track that has progressive banking in the corners meaning it gets steeper the closer you get to the wall allowing a few different grooves to be raced throughout the race. With it being a 400-mile race,...