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Go Bowling 400 At Kansas Speedway Preview

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Preview Of This Weekend’s Go Bowling 400 At Kansas Speedway.

This weekend, NASCAR’s finest head to Kansas Speedway for the Go Bowling 400. This is the Eleventh race of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. In last year’s race, Kyle Busch outlasted the competition to win this race over Kevin Harvick.

A Win In Store For Rowdy?: Kyle Busch’s 2017 season has been off to a rough start. But, he enters his race title defense fresh from a hard fought 3rd at Talladega. Also, Kyle is arriving at one of his strongest tracks as of late with a 3rd place average since 2015. Look for Kyle Busch to pull out the stops to contend once again.

Mile And Half Master Harvick.: There hasn’t been a driver with more laps led at mile and half tracks than Kevin Harvick. The “Closer” has led a total of 2,112 laps since 2014, nearly a thousand more than Martin Truex Jr. (1,354), Additionally, Harvick has 2 wins at Kansas Speedway and is the defending winner of the fall Chase Race.

RFR Back In Contention.: It’s been a trying last few years, but Roush Fenway Racing is back among the sport’s top teams. Thanks to consistency and last week’s win at Talladega, the team arrives at Kansas in good form with both Bayne and Stenhouse Jr. The question will be going further will be able to keep it up?

Fantasy Insider.: Kansas is usually where the best at Mile and Half tracks thrive. But, several sleepers and surprises can easily bolster your roster to the top. Here are some drivers to use, avoid, and even some sleepers to watch out for during the GEICO 500 race weekend. Must use drivers include Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano, and Ryan Blaney . Sleepers include Ryan Newman, Kasey Kahne, A.J. Allmendinger, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. . Must avoid drivers include Kyle Larson, Paul Menard, Denny Hamlin, and Ty Dillon.

When And Where To Watch?: The Go Bowling 400 at Kansas Speedway starts Saturday at 7:30pm on FS1