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THE RACE: Camping World RV 400

Sprint Cup Race #29 of 36 for the 2008 season

Sprint Cup Chase Race #3 of 10

Updated: often, leading up to the race

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  • Race: Sunday, September 28, 2008 in Kansas, KS

  • Title Sponsor: Camping World

  • Track: Kansas Speedway

  • Scheduled Green Flag (approx): 2:15pm/et


Television Coverage/Re-air/TV Team

  • TV: ABC 2:00pm/et

  • NASCAR Countdown: ABC - 1:00pm/et

  • SPEED's NASCAR Raceday Pre-Race Show: 11:00am/et with John Roberts, Jimmy Spencer, Kenny Wallace

  • Scheduled Race Re-Air Dates/Times:
    Monday, September 29 at 2:30am/et on ESPN2
    Monday, September 29 at 12:00pm/et on ESPN Classic
    Thursday, October 2 at 12:00pm/et on SPEED and
    Thursday, October 2 at 5:30pm/et on HD Net (High Def)

  • Announcers: Dr. Jerry Punch, Dale Jarrett, Andy Petree

  • Pit Reporters: Dave Burns, Jamie Little, Mike Massaro, Shannon Spake

  • Studio: Allen Bestwick, Rusty Wallace, Brad Daugherty

  • TV Listings, Links and Info:
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Practice Dates/Times/TV

  • Practices:
    Friday, September 26, 12:30 - 2:00pm/et, TV-ESPN2;
    Saturday, September 27, 12:30 - 1:15pm/et, TV-SPEED

  • Happy Hour Practice: Saturday, September 27, 1:50 - 2:50pm/et on TV-ESPN2 via tape 6:30pm/et


Qualifying Information/Times/TV

  • Qualifying Draw [ping pong balls]: Friday, September 26, 11:30am/et

  • Qualifying: 2 laps for positions 1-42 [if no past champ prov used, then 43rd goes next fastest non top-35 driver], Friday, September 26 at 4:10pm/et, TV-ESPN2, no re-air scheduled;
    AND live via radio at MRN Radio and Sirius Satellite NASCAR Radio.


RACE RUNDOWN
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  • Johnson wins at Kansas: #48-Jimmie Johnson won the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway for his 5th win of the season and the 38th of his career. He held off #99-Carl Edwards, who made a brief pass on the last lap and then slid up into the wall and fell back to second at the finish. #16-Biffle finished third, followed by #24-Gordon, #17-Kenseth, #29-Harvick, #31-Burton, #6-Ragan, #84-Allmendinger, and #19- Sadler. Other chase drivers: #11-Hamlin was 11th, #07-Bowyer 12th, and #88-Earnhardt Jr 13th. #18-Busch fought mechanical problems early and finished 28th, #20-Stewart spun through the grass, breaking the splitter, and later had to pit under green to fix it, finishing 40th. There were 7 cautions for 25 laps and 16 lead changes among 10 leaders.
    For race results, awards and more, see my Kansas Race Results Awards Page.(9-28-2008)

  • UNOFFICIAL Chase Driver Points Standings [after Kansas race 29 of 36]:
    1) #48-Jimmie Johnson 5575 [5 wins]
    2) #99-Carl Edwards 5565 -10 [6 wins]
    3) #16-Greg Biffle 5545 -30 [2 wins]
    4) #31-Jeff Burton 5454 -121 [1 win]
    5) #29-Kevin Harvick 5439 -136
    6) #24-Jeff Gordon 5432 -143
    7) #07-Clint Bowyer 5411 -164 [1 win]
    8) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr. 5385 -190 [1 win]
    9) #17-Matt Kenseth 5383 -192
    10) #11-Denny Hamlin 5332 -243 [1 win]
    11) #20-Tony Stewart 5320 -255
    12) #18-Kyle Busch 5264 -311 [8 wins]
    Points Standings on my Drivers/Owners Points after Kansas.(9-28-2008)

  • UNOFFICAL Classic Driver Points Standings [after Kansas race 29 of 36]:
    1) #99-Carl Edwards 4186 [6 wins]
    2) #48-Jimmie Johnson 4111 -75 [5 wins]
    3) #18-Kyle Busch 4062 -124 [8 wins]
    4) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr. 3863 -323 [1 win]
    5) #31-Jeff Burton 3828 -358 [1 win]
    6) #16-Greg Biffle 3825 -361 [2 wins]
    7) #29-Kevin Harvick 3722 -464
    8) #24-Jeff Gordon 3653 -533
    9) #20-Tony Stewart 3605 -581
    10) #11-Denny Hamlin 3557 -629 [1 win]
    11) #07-Clint Bowyer 3517 -669 [1 win]
    12) #17-Matt Kenseth 3515 -671
    (9-28-2008)

  • Racing Resources Says …
    * Jimmie Johnson won the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway. He posted his 38th victory in his 248th race and notched his fifth win of the 2008 season. It also was his third win in the past five races. It was Johnson's 12th win in 43 Chase races, the most wins of all drivers.
    * Johnson posted his 13th 1.5-mile win. He's tied with Jeff Gordon for most among all current drivers and second to Dale Earnhardt with 14. Johnson posted his sixth 1.5-mile victory in the 43 Chase races, the most of all drivers.
    * Johnson scored his first Kansas victory in his seventh start. He became the seventh different Kansas winner in eight races.
    * Hendrick Motorsports posted its third Kansas victory, the most of all teams. HMS posted its 17th win in 43 Chase races, the most of all teams.
    * Johnson led 124 of the 267 laps, more than all other drivers. He has led 301 of the 967 laps (31 percent) in the three Chase races this season. Johnson has led the most laps in three of the past five races.
    * Johnson won the race from the pole, joining Joe Nemechek (2004) as the only drivers to win at Kansas from the pole. Johnson posted his fifth win from the pole and third of the 2008 season. He leads the Chase by 10 points over Carl Edwards. Johnson took the lead in the points after the Kansas race for the second year in a row.
    * Johnson has led at least one lap in 23 of the 28 races this season, the most of all drivers.
    * Carl Edwards, who finished second, posted his series-leading 22nd top-10 finish of the season.
    * Greg Biffle, who finished third, posted his seventh consecutive top-15 finish.
    * Kevin Harvick, who finished sixth, posted his ninth consecutive top-10 finish, the longest streak of his career. It's also the longest top-10 streak by any driver this season.
    * Seven of the 12 Chase drivers finished in the top 10, and all finished first through seventh.
    * Kyle Busch, who finished 28th, finished outside the top 25 for the third consecutive race.
    * Five of the 12 Chase drivers led at least one lap at Kansas.
    * AJ Allmendinger, who finished ninth, posted his career-best finish.
    * The seven cautions tied the record for the fewest cautions at Kansas, a record that was set in October 2005. The 25 laps of caution tied the record, also set in October 2005, for the fewest caution laps at Kansas.
    * Joe Gibbs Racing drivers are now 10th, 11th and 12th in the NSCS point standings. All three drivers are more than 240 points behind the leader.
    * Patrick Carpentier, who finished 29th, was the highest rookie of the year contender.
    * Three drivers have posted top-5 finishes in all three Chase races (Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle).
    * Eleven of the 12 Chase drivers have scored at least one top-10 finish in the first three Chase races. Kyle Busch is the only Chase driver who has not.
    * The top 10 consisted of four Chevrolets, four Fords, one Toyota and one Dodge.(ESPN)(9-29-2008)

  • Race Fast Facts - Kansas Speedway
    Jimmie Johnson won the Camping World RV 400 presented by Coleman, his 38th victory in 248 races.
    This is his fifth victory and 17th top-10 finish in 2008.
    This is his first victory and fifth top-10 finish in seven races at Kansas Speedway.
    Carl Edwards (second) posted his third top-10 finish in five races at Kansas Speedway. It is his 22nd top-10 finish in 2008.
    Greg Biffle (third) posted his fourth top-10 finish in seven races at Kansas Speedway.
    Patrick Carpentier (29th) was the highest finishing rookie.
    Jimmie Johnson leads the point standings by 10 points over Carl Edwards.
    (NASCAR Statistics)(9-28-2008)

  • Top-35 in Owner Points and guaranteed a starting spot at Talladega:
    No changes in the top 35 after Kansas
    The teams are NOT locked in past the next race as the owners points change after each race.
    32) #22-Blaney/Bill Davis Racing: 2290 +137
    34) #84-Allmendinger/Red Bull Racing: 2271 +118
    34) #66-Riggs/Haas CNC Racing: 2232, +79
    35) #7-Gordon/RGM: 2182 29 points ahead of 36th
    these teams/ drivers must qualify by speed but are close to the top-35:
    36) #00-McDowell/Waltrip Racing: 2153, 29 points out of 35th
    37) #77-Hornish/Penske Racing: 2116 -66
    38) #10-Carpentier/GEM: 1958 -224
    For the owner points standings, see my Drivers/Owners Points Standings page.(9-28-2008)

  • Racing Resources Says …
    * Jimmie Johnson won the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway. He posted his 38th victory in his 248th race and notched his fifth win of the 2008 season. It also was his third win in the past five races. It was Johnson's 12th win in 43 Chase races, the most wins of all drivers.
    * Johnson posted his 13th 1.5-mile win. He's tied with Jeff Gordon for most among all current drivers and second to Dale Earnhardt with 14. Johnson posted his sixth 1.5-mile victory in the 43 Chase races, the most of all drivers.
    * Johnson scored his first Kansas victory in his seventh start. He became the seventh different Kansas winner in eight races.
    * Hendrick Motorsports posted its third Kansas victory, the most of all teams. HMS posted its 17th win in 43 Chase races, the most of all teams.
    * Johnson led 124 of the 267 laps, more than all other drivers. He has led 301 of the 967 laps (31 percent) in the three Chase races this season. Johnson has led the most laps in three of the past five races.
    * Johnson won the race from the pole, joining Joe Nemechek (2004) as the only drivers to win at Kansas from the pole. Johnson posted his fifth win from the pole and third of the 2008 season. He leads the Chase by 10 points over Carl Edwards. Johnson took the lead in the points after the Kansas race for the second year in a row.
    * Johnson has led at least one lap in 23 of the 28 races this season, the most of all drivers.
    * Carl Edwards, who finished second, posted his series-leading 22nd top-10 finish of the season.
    * Greg Biffle, who finished third, posted his seventh consecutive top-15 finish.
    * Kevin Harvick, who finished sixth, posted his ninth consecutive top-10 finish, the longest streak of his career. It's also the longest top-10 streak by any driver this season.
    * Seven of the 12 Chase drivers finished in the top 10, and all finished first through seventh.
    * Kyle Busch, who finished 28th, finished outside the top 25 for the third consecutive race.
    * Five of the 12 Chase drivers led at least one lap at Kansas.
    * AJ Allmendinger, who finished ninth, posted his career-best finish.
    * The seven cautions tied the record for the fewest cautions at Kansas, a record that was set in October 2005. The 25 laps of caution tied the record, also set in October 2005, for the fewest caution laps at Kansas.
    * Joe Gibbs Racing drivers are now 10th, 11th and 12th in the NSCS point standings. All three drivers are more than 240 points behind the leader.
    * Patrick Carpentier, who finished 29th, was the highest rookie of the year contender.
    * Three drivers have posted top-5 finishes in all three Chase races (Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle).
    * Eleven of the 12 Chase drivers have scored at least one top-10 finish in the first three Chase races. Kyle Busch is the only Chase driver who has not.
    * The top 10 consisted of four Chevrolets, four Fords, one Toyota and one Dodge.(ESPN)(9-29-2008)

  • Who got a lap back on each caution at Kansas: (and their finish)
    Caution 1: #07-Bowyer, 12th
    Caution 2: #18-Busch, 28th
    Caution 3: #10-Carpentier, 29th
    Caution 4: #21-Elliott, 25th
    Caution 5: #2-Busch, 30th
    Caution 6: #83-Vickers, 15th
    Caution 7: #12-Newman, 16th
    (9-28-2008)

  • Penalty notes: #31-Jeff Burton had to move to the back of the pack at the start after replacing a tachometer on pit row. He was charged with a pit stop and dropped from 37th to 43rd. He rallied to finish seventh. #07-Clint Bowyer was black-flagged to pit road after being charged with jumping the start. Bowyer, who started 24th, came back off pit road just ahead of the leaders to avoid falling a lap down and rallied to finish 12th.(Associated Press/ESPN)(9-29-2008) Comment here

  • Kansas Penalty Report:
    Car#, Penalty, Reason, Lap Issued
    1 #31 Pitting before Pit Road is Open TE 0
    2 #7 Passing to the wrong side on a start or restart PT 0
    3 #77 Excessive Speed-Entering pits PT 50
    4 #21 Excessive speed - Exiting pits PT 50
    5 #84 Rolling a tire(s) beyond the center of pit road. TE 76
    6 #41 Excessive speed - Exiting pits TE 76
    7 #7 Excessive speed - Exiting pits TE 77
    8 #8 Excessive Speed-Entering pits TE 118
    9 #20 Excessive Speed-Entering pits TE 118
    10 #18 Excessive speed - Exiting pits TE 120
    11 #2 Excessive speed - Exiting pits TE 131
    12 #22 Excessive Speed-Entering pits PT 176
    13 #7 Excessive Speed-Entering pits TE 219
    14 #7 Excessive speed - Exiting pits TE 219
    15 #77 Pitting before Pit Road is Open TE 226
    16 #55 Pitting before Pit Road is Open TE 226
    17 #12 Excessive speed - Exiting pits TE 227
    18 #55 Excessive Speed-Entering pits TE 227
    PT - Pass through
    TE - Tail end of the longest line
    SG - Stop and Go
    OL - One lap
    ND - NASCAR discretion
    MCI - Must come into pits.(NASCAR Statistics)(9-28-2008)

  • Keselowksi standing by for Gordon: #24-Jeff Gordon has been feeling ill all weekend and Hendrick Motorsports will have Brad Keselowski standing by in case Gordon needs to get out of the car. Crew Chief Steve Letarte, interviewed on SPEED Channel's Race Day, said Gordon got a good night's rest and is expected to make it through the entire race.(9-28-2008)

  • Pit Stall Selections have been made for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway, #48-Johnson got to choose first, since he will start from the pole, and took stall #1, #8-Martin who starts 2nd took stall #28, the last pit with an opening in front of it before the start finish line. #6-Ragan, who starts 12th, took the final pit stall. See who took what stall on my Kansas Pit Stall selections page.(9-27-2008)

  • Race Coverage of the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is scheduled for Sunday, September 28, 2008.
    TV: ABC at 2:00pm/et; pre-race show at 1:00pm/et
    Radio: MRN Radio and Sirius Satellite NASCAR Radio
    ESPN.com: on the ESPN.com NASCAR page - Racecast and Chat.
    Scheduled Race Re-Airs:
    ESPN2, Monday, September 29 at 2:30am/et
    ESPN Classic, Monday, September 29 at 12:00pm/et
    SPEED, Thursday, October 2 at 12:00pm/et and;
    HDNET, Thursday, October 2 at 5:30pm/et


NEWS, PRACTICE, QUALIFYING and RESULTS
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  • Happy Hour for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is over, the fastest:
    #16-Biffle 167.385
    #17-Kenseth 167.312
    #99-Edwards 167.271
    #24-Gordon 166.960
    #29-Harvick 166.795
    slowest: #78-Nemechek 161.968 #45-Petty 161.261
    See the speeds, laps run and more on my Kansas Practice Speeds page.(9-27-2008)

  • Saturday's first practice for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is over, the fastest:
    #99-Edwards 170.433
    #16-Biffle 170.218
    #20-Stewart 169.497
    #48-Johnson 169.460
    #6-Ragan 168.903
    slowest: #47-Ambrose 162.763 & #78-Nemechek 161.866
    See the speeds, laps run and more on my Kansas Practice Speeds page. (9-27-2008)

  • Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway Pit Stall Selections

  • Montoya on pole at Kansas: UPDATE: Time Disallowed: #42-Juan Montoya won the Coor's Light Pole for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway with a speed of 172.150mph for his first pole of this NASCAR career. #48-Johnson will start 2nd followed by #8-Martin, #17-Kenseth, #19-Sadler, #1-Truex, Jr., #15-Menard, #21-Elliott, #9-Kahne, and #83-Vickers. #88-Earnhardt Jr. will start 12th, #18-Busch 28th, #99-Edwards 35th, and #20-Stewart 42nd.
    The Go-or-go homers [non top 35 in owners pts] to make the race: #21-Elliott, #10-Carpentier, #47-Ambrose, #45-Petty, #77-Hornish, Jr., #70-Raines, #96-Logano, and #78-Nemechek. Missing the race are #00-McDowell and #08-Sauter.
    UPDATE: Montoya's time has been disallowed due to the fact that the car's rear shock exceeded the maximum pressure allowed. He will start 42nd.(9-26-2008)
    See starting lineup, qualifying results/order, pole progression and more on my Kansas Starting Lineup/Qualifying Results page.(9-26-2008)

  • Where do the 12 Chase Drivers start at Kansas:
    1) #99-Carl Edwards 34th
    2) #48-Jimmie Johnson 1st
    3) #16-Greg Biffle 18th
    4) #31-Jeff Burton 37th
    5) #29-Kevin Harvick 36th
    6) #07-Clint Bowyer 24th
    7) #20-Tony Stewart 41st
    8) #24-Jeff Gordon 13th
    9) #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr. 11th
    10) #17-Matt Kenseth 3rd
    11) #11-Denny Hamlin 30th
    12) #18-Kyle Busch 27th.(9-26-2008)

  • Kansas Qualifying Fast Facts
    Jimmie Johnson won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Camping World RV 400 presented by Coleman with a lap of 31.394 seconds, 172.007 mph.
    This is his 18th pole in 248 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.
    This is his fifth pole and 22nd top-10 start in 2008.
    This is his third pole in seven races at Kansas Speedway.
    Mark Martin (second) posted his 11th top-10 start of 2008 and his second in eight races at Kansas Speedway.
    Matt Kenseth (third) posted his fourth top-10 start at Kansas Speedway. It is his 10th in 29 races this season.
    Patrick Carpentier (20th) was the fastest qualifying rookie.
    The time of Juan Pablo Montoya was disallowed following post-qualifying inspection.
    (NASCAR Statistics)(9-26-2008)

  • Coverage of Qualifying for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is scheduled for Friday, September 26, 2008 at 4:10pm/et.
    TV: ESPN2 - 4:00pm/et
    Radio: MRN Radio and Sirius Satellite NASCAR Radio
    Qualifying Re-Air: none scheduled

  • Friday practice for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is over, the fastest:
    #1-Truex, Jr. 172.221
    #48-Johnson 171.614
    #8-Martin 171.483
    #42-Montoya 171.456
    #19-Sadler 171.450
    slowest: #00-McDowell 168.020 & #08-Sauter 162.750
    incident: late in the session #48-Johnson ran over a hammer that had fallen on the track, no word on any damage
    See the speeds, laps run and more on my Kansas Practice Speeds page.(9-26-2008)

  • Where did the non top-35 drivers practice at Kansas Speedway:
    if things stay the same, these drivers would make the race:
    #21-Bill Elliott [has past champ prov to use], 12th
    #47-Marcos Ambrose, 24th
    #10-Patrick Carpentier, 34th
    #77-Sam Hornish Jr., 35th
    #70-Tony Raines, 38th
    #96-Joey Logano, 39th
    #45-Kyle Petty, 40th
    #78-Joe Nemechek, 42nd
    if things stay the same, these drivers would miss the race:
    #00-Michael McDowell, 44th
    #08-Johnny Sauter, 45th
    (9-26-2008)

  • Qualifying Order for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is posted. Go-or-go homers will qualify at the end of the session, once the top-35 drivers are done. The first of the top-35 drivers scheduled to go out is #83-Vickers, the final top-35 driver scheduled is #29-Harvick. The first go-or-go homer to go out [36th] is #00-McDowell, the final driver scheduled to qualify is #70-Raines. See the full qualifying order on my Kansas Qualifying Page.(9-26-2008)

  • Entry List for the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway is posted, 46 teams/drivers [for 43 spots] are listed, including:
    Not in top 35 of 2008 owners points (2008 race attempts/owners pts standings in parens):
    #00-Michael McDowell (28/36)
    #08-Johnny Sauter (12/46)
    #10-Patrick Carpentier (28/38)
    #21-Bill Elliott [Past Champ] (28/42)
    #45-Kyle Petty (28/40)
    #47-Marcos Ambrose (1/51)
    #70-Tony Raines (28/43)
    #77-Sam Hornish Jr. (28/37)
    #78-Joe Nemechek (28/41)
    #96-Joe Logano (28/39)
    In the event qualifying is cancelled:
    the eight who would make it [8]: #'s 21,00,77,10,96,45,78,70
    missing the race would be [2]: #'s 08,47
    See the full entry list at my Jayski's Kansas Entry List.(9-22-2008)

  • Top-35 in Owner Points and guaranteed a starting spot at Kansas:
    #84-Allmendinger moves back in and #00-McDowell drops out
    The teams are NOT locked in past the next race as the owners points change after each race.
    32) #22-Blaney/Bill Davis Racing: 2220 +98
    33) #66-Riggs/Haas CNC Racing: 2195, +73
    34) #84-Allmendinger/Red Bull Racing: 2133 +11
    35) #7-Gordon/RGM: 2130 8 points ahead of 36th
    these teams/ drivers must qualify by speed but are close to the top-35:
    36) #00-McDowell/Waltrip Racing: 2122, 8 points out of 35th
    37) #77-Hornish/Penske Racing: 2052 -78
    38) #10-Carpentier/GEM: 1877 -253
    (9-21-2008)

  • What happens if qualifying gets rained out?
    After the 5th race of the season, the current season OWNERS points are used:
    #1) - First 35 by current Owner Points [position 1-35][top 35 teams do NOT need to attempt ALL the races]
    #2) - Last Years Cup Champ or the Event Champion if not already in the field
    #3) - Car Owners whose team has won in the previous and current season not already in the field
    #4) - Drivers who have won in the previous and current season not already in the field
    #5) - ALL Past Sprint Cup Champions not in by 1 thru 4 [is NOT charged against the 6 past champ provisionals]
    #6) - Qualifying Attempts [not starts] with Owners points as the tie breaker
    #7) - Qualifying Order Position
    (all above apply as long as the team was entered by the entry deadline - usually 7-13 days before the race)

  • Go or Go Home Drivers to Qualify Together: NASCAR announced in January that starting with the Cup race at California, teams outside the top 35 in owners points will be allowed to qualify together at the end of the qualifying session. The Nationwide and Truck Series used this procedure at Daytona. Sprint Cup didn't use the new procedure at Daytona due to the unique/somewhat complicated qualifying session/races there. The thought is that nobody would have an advantage in track conditions.(2-19-2008)

  • Qualifying Rules/Notes/News page

  • Jayski's - 2008 Sprint Cup Race Results Page

  • How to Calculate Track Speeds: use the formula Speed = Distance divided by Time. Distance is Track Length, and Lap Time into Hours. Once hour is 3600 seconds, so the calculation for a 48 second lap at Daytona(2.5 miles) would be: Speed = 2.5 x (3600/48), = 2.5 x 75 = 187.500mph. For a 19 second lap at Bristol(.533 miles): Speed = .533 x (3600/19), = .533 x 189.474 = a speed of 100.990mph

  • How to break a tie during qualifying? (same speed/time) When drivers are tied for a starting spot during qualifying, it is broken by owners points standings(not drivers).

  • Determining Race Line-Ups - Top 35 Guarantee: At the start of the 2005 season, NASCAR instituted a new procedure for establishing the starting race field in the Sprint Cup Series [NNCS]. NASCAR revamped the system by simplifying the procedure with teams no longer accruing provisionals throughout the season to gain entry into the starting fields. While starting positions one through 42 in the NNCS still will be determined by qualifying speed, the new system will assure the highest-ranked 35 positions of the NNCS OWNER [not Driver] championship points that have entered the event prior to the entry deadline [usually 13 days before the day of the race] one of those starting positions in the field, providing they have made an attempt to qualify [which usually means the team at least practiced and made an effort to qualify].
    The remaining seven positions [36-42] will be assigned to those drivers with the fastest qualifying speeds whose car owners are not among the top 35. The final starting position [43rd] – the champion’s provisional – can be utilized by a car owner whose driver is a current or past Sprint Cup champion who participated as a driver during the current of previous season and was entered in the event for that owner in that car prior to the entry deadline.
    If there is more than one series champion vying for the position, it will be given to the most recent series champion. If the final provisional starting position – 43rd in the Sprint Cup – is not filled by a current or past series champion, it will be assigned to the next eligible car owner according to qualifying results.
    Through the first five races of the season for the Sprint Cup, the top 35 in the NNCS of the previous owner championship points entered in the event prior to the entry deadline will be assured one of the 42 starting positions in the field, provided they have made an attempt to qualify. From the sixth race on, the current owner championship points will be used to determine the top 35 each race week. In the event that conditions prevent qualifying from being run, starting positions will be assigned according to the respective series’ current Rule Book.(NASCAR PR)
    Simple: so the field is set by speed to where the 7th fastest non-top 35 driver is on speed. The any drivers in the top 35 of OWNERS [not drivers points] are placed to the 42nd spot. The 43rd spot is used for the most recent past Cup champion NOT already in the field from being in the top-35 in owners points or one of the seven no top-35. If their is not past champ for the 43rd spot, it goes to the next fastest [8th fastest driver]

  • Past Champions Limited To 6 Provisional Berths in Cup: NASCAR announced an update to the past champion’s provisional rule in the Sprint Cup Series for 2007. Beginning this season, a past champion’s provisional may be used by an eligible driver a maximum of six times over the course of the season. In addition, a team with a past champion eligible driver may only use this provisional a maximum of six times during a season. Previously, there was no limit on usage of the past champion’s provisional over the course of the 36-race season. The provisional gives the eligible driver the 43rd and final starting position in the race field. "As NASCAR seeks to place more emphasis on competition, we have decided the time is right to limit the number of provisionals allowed,” said NASCAR Vice President of Competition Robin Pemberton. “We believe this revision brings the provisional policy in line with the continued growth of the sport.”(NASCAR PR)
    This is only for a team/driver OUTSIDE the top-35 in owners points, drivers whose team is in the top-35 in owners points, would already be guaranteed in the field and not need the Past Champions Provisional.(1-31-2007)
    See my 2008 Past Champions Provisional Page for more.(2-8-2008)


RACE RECORDS, NOTES, RULES and NEWS

  • 2007 Pole Sitter: #48-Jimmie Johnson, 176.063mph, finished 3rd

  • Track Qualifying Record: #17-Matt Kenseth, 10/8/2005, 180.856mph

  • 2007 Race Winner: #16-Greg Bifle, 104.981mph, started 7th

  • Track Race Record: #6-Mark Martin, 10/9/2005, 137.774mph

  • Slowest Race Record: #24-Jeff Gordon, Sept 2001, 110.576mph

  • Most Wins: 2 - Jeff Gordon

  • Most Poles: 2 - Jimmie Johnson

  • Most Top 5s: 4 - Jeff Gordon

  • Most Top 10s: 4 - Jeff Gordon

  • Oldest Winner: Mark Martin, 46 years, 9 months, 10/9/2005

  • Youngest Winner: Ryan Newman, 25 years, 9 months, 27 days, 10/5/2003

  • Most Laps Led by a Race Winner: Mark Martin, 10/9/2005, 139 laps

  • Fewest Laps Led by a Race Winner: Tony Stewart, 10/1/2006, 5

  • Most Lead Changes: 24 - 10/10/2004

  • Fewest Lead Changes: 13 - 9/29/2002

  • Most Leaders: 13 - 10/1/2006

  • Fewest Leaders: 10 - 9/29/2002, 9/30/2007

  • Most Cautions: 13, 9/30/2001

  • Most Caution Laps: 70, 9/30/2001

  • Fewest Cautions: 7, 10/9/2005

  • Fewest Caution Laps: 39 - 10/10/2004

  • Most Running at the Finish: 39 - 9/30/2007

  • Fewest Running at the Finish: 27 - 9/29/2002

  • Most Wins by Manufacturer: 4 - Chevy

  • Worst Starting Spot to Win: #20-Tony Stewart, 10/1/2006, started 21st

  • Races won from starting pos 1: 1 [of 7] 14.3%
  • Races won from starting pos 2: 1
  • Races won from starting pos 7: 1
  • Races won from starting pos 10: 1
  • Races won from starting pos 11: 1
  • Races won from starting pos 19: 1
  • Races won from starting pos 21: 1
  • Races won from the top 5: 2 of 7 - 28.6%
  • Races won from the top 10: 4 of 7 - 57.1%

    PAST RACE WINNERS
    2001: #24-Jeff Gordon, Chevy, 110.576; started 2nd
    2002: #24-Jeff Gordon, Chevy, 119.394; started 10th
    2003: #12-Ryan Newman, Dodge, 121.630, started 11th
    2004: #01-Joe Nemechek, Chevy, 126.058, started 1st
    2005: #6-Mark Martin, Ford, 137.774, started 19th
    2006: #20-Tony Stewart, Chevy, 121.753, started 21st
    2007: #16-Greg Biffle, Ford, 104.981, started 7th

  • At Kansas Speedway:
    • Groundbreaking for the Kansas Speedway was held on May 25, 1999.
    • The official opening of Kansas Speedway was in 2001, with the first events being an ARCA race and a NASCAR Camping World Series, West race on the same day – June 2.
    • The first NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race was July 7, 2001.
    • The first NASCAR Nationwide Series race was Sept. 29, 2001.
    • The first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race was held on Sept. 30, 2001.
    • There have been seven Sprint Cup Series races at Kansas Speedway since the track opened in 2001.
    • All of the races at Kansas have been scheduled for 267 laps.
    • 15 drivers have competed in all seven races at Kansas.
    • Jason Leffler won the first pole in September 2001.
    • Six different drivers have won poles, led by Jimmie Johnson with two.
    • Jeff Gordon won the first two Sprint Cup races.
    • Six different drivers have posted victories, led by Jeff Gordon (two).
    • Hendrick Motorsports and Roush Fenway Racing have each won two races at Kansas, more than any other organization.
    • Four of the seven races have been won from a top-10 starting position.
    • The furthest back in the field that race winner started was 21st, by Tony Stewart in 2006.(NASCAR Statistics)(9-23-2008)


PAINT SCHEME NEWS

    Car#/Driver Sponsor/Scheme/Promo Image Link
    #7-Robby Gordon Menards #7 Team Schemes Page
    #10-Patrick Carpentier Lifelock #10 Team Schemes Page
    #11-Denny Hamlin FedEx Freight #11 Team Schemes Page
    #16-Greg Biffle Sherwin-Williams / 3M #16 Team Schemes Page
    #19-Elliott Sadler Garmin #19 Team Schemes Page
    #21-Bill Elliott Motorcraft #21 Team Schemes Page
    #28-Travis Kvapil Hitachi Power Tools #28 Team Schemes Page
    #38-David Gilliland Ford Drive one #38 Team Schemes Page
    #45-Kyle Petty Wells-Fargo #45 Team Schemes Page
    #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr. National Guard #88 Team Schemes Page


  • Sherwin-Williams to sponsor Biffle at Kansas: The Sherwin-Williams #16 Ford, driven by Greg Biffle, will race in the Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway which will be held on Sunday, September 28. This opportunity has been made possible as a result of Sherwin-Williams partnership with 3M, Biffle's sponsor. During the months of September and October, Sherwin-Williams will be featuring a NASCAR Race Promotion in their stores on select 3M products. More info at performancedriven08.com.(PR), see an image of the scheme on my #16 Team Schemes page.(8-28-2008)

  • LifeLock Sponsoring Carpentier for 8 Races: Gillett Evernham Motorsports announced that LifeLock, the nation’s leading identity theft protection service, will sponsor the #10 Dodge with driver Patrick Carpentier in eight races in the 2008 Sprint Cup Season. LifeLock will sponsor Carpentier at:
    Phoenix on April 12,
    Talladega on April 27,
    Richmond on May 3,
    Darlington on May 10,
    Charlotte on May 25,
    Michigan on June 15,
    Chicagoland on July 12 and
    Kansas on Sept. 28.
    Gillett Evernham Motorsports CEO Tom Reddin said the addition of LifeLock to the existing sponsorship lineup at the #10 of Valvoline, Auto Value/All Pro Bumper-to-Bumper, Charter and Cintas mean there are few unsponsored races remaining on the #10 Dodge in 2008.(Gillett Evernham PR)(4-4-2008)

  • Garmin to sponsor #19 for two races: Elliott Sadler is scheduled to drive the #19 Garmin Special paint scheme at Talladega Superspeedway on April 27. 2008 & at Kansas Speedway on September 28, 2008, see an image on my #19 Team schemes page.(4-4-2008)

  • More Paint Scheme news can be found on Paint Schemes Gallery


TRACK/RACE NEWS

  • Track Specs:
    Track/Race Length: 1.5 mile oval, 267 laps, 400.5 miles
    Superspeedway: 1.5-mile quad-oval
    Banking: corners/turns: 15º; tri-oval: 10.4º; backstretch: 5º
    Straights: Frontstretch - 2,685 feet; Backstretch - 2,207 feet
    Pit Bix Size 30’x18’
    Attendence: 81,779, 68 luxury suites

    Opened: 2001

    Race Festivities/Officials:
    Grand Marshal: Kurt Hunt, Director of Motorsports, Camping World
    Command to start engines: Kurt Hunt, Director of Motorsports, Camping World
    Honorary Starter/Wave Green Flag: ?
    Invocation: Cole Cochran, Kansas City Raceway Ministries
    National Anthem: Actor Elijah Kelley
    Military Flyover: USASOC Helicopters
    for the season race officials by track, see my Race Officials page

  • Track Homepage: kansasspeedway.com

  • ESPN's NASCAR Track Guide: Michigan International Speedway

  • Last Year: see my September 2007 Kansas Race Info page


  • Kansas Speedway donates tickets to guard: Kansas Speedway and Camping World have donated 1,000 tickets to members of the Kansas National Guard in Topeka for the upcoming races at the track. Tickets are for the Nationwide Series Kansas 300 race Sept. 27 and the Sprint Cup Camping World RV 400 on Sept. 28. Maj. Gen. Tod Bunting, adjutant general for Kansas, said the tickets would be given to troops on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is the second year that speedway officials have donated tickets to the National Guard. Bunting and Gov. Kathleen Sebelius said the soldiers would be pulling for Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the #88 National Guard sponsored car, as well as Clint Boyer, an Emporia [KS] native. Earnhardt is fourth in the chase for the Sprint Cup, while Boyer is ninth.(The Capital-Journal)(9-23-2008)

  • Elijah Kelley Performing National Anthem at Kansas: Kansas Speedway announced that Elijah Kelley, who had a lead role as “Seaweed J. Stubbs” in the New Line musical “Hairspray!” opposite John Travolta and Queen Latifah, will perform the national anthem at the Camping World RV 400 presented by Coleman Sprint Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway on Sunday, September 28. Kelley, 22, has earned a Critics Choice Award for Best Ensemble in a Motion Picture, as well as a SAG Award Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. He has also appeared in the film “Take the Lead,” as well as “28 Days,” “Heaven’s Fall,” “Rome and Jewel,” and “Fled.” A native of Lagrange, Georgia, Kelley is currently writing and recording his own album. Visit Kansasspeedway.com or call 866.460.RACE for ticket package information.(Kansas Speedway PR)(9-22-2008)

  • Kansas Speedway Announces Addition of Road Course: Kansas Speedway officials announced that in addition to a potential second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the facility will add a road course to its infield if the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino proposal Kansas Speedway and The Cordish Company (Kansas Entertainment LLC) submitted to the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission is awarded the casino management contract for Wyandotte County (Kan.). Last week, International Speedway Corporation (ISC) President Lesa France Kennedy announced if Kansas Entertainment LLC is awarded the casino management contract for Wyandotte County, ISC would petition NASCAR to move an additional Sprint Cup Series date to Kansas Speedway from one of its other facilities. Kansas Speedway's road course would allow the speedway to host additional races and events throughout the year, and would be only the second active road course in the state of Kansas. Kansas Speedway's proposed road course interests the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA), which is based in Topeka, Kan. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which would be located in Kansas Speedway's Turn 2 with strong visibility and access to both Interstate 70 and Interstate 435, will bring a distinctive and energetic destination entertainment and gaming experience to Wyandotte County and establish the area as one of the major sports and leisure destinations in the country. Kansas Speedway tickets are on sale now by calling 866.460.RACE or logging onto kansasspeedway.com. O'Reilly Auto Parts Qualifying Day and Sprint Fan Walk tickets are also on sale. Parking is always free at Kansas Speedway.(Kansas Speedway PR)(8-30-2008)

  • Camping World to sponsor Kansas race: Kansas Speedway announced the signing of Camping World to sponsor the track's Sprint Cup Series race on Sept. 28. Kansas Speedway's Sprint Cup Series race, the Camping World RV 400 presented by Coleman, is the third race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.(Kansas Speedway PR)(8-20-2008)

  • Kansas looking for 2nd Cup race date: Kansas Speedway and The Cordish Company's proposed 1.5 million square-foot, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will include a 300-room luxury hotel; a state-of-the-art casino with 3,000 slot machines and 140 gaming tables; 275,000 square-feet of destination retail, dining and entertainment including a live music venue; first-class resort amenities; and extensive meeting and convention facilities. With a development cost over $700 million, with no public incentives associated with this project, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will provide the community with aneconomic benefit of $4.86 billion over 20 years.
    As part of their proposal, Kansas Speedway announced International Speedway Corporation will petition NASCAR for a second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series date for the track if Kansas Speedway and The Cordish Company are awarded the casino management contract for Wyandotte County. In addition, the proposal not only provides significant expansion capabilities but also includes a temporary casino to open within eight months. The temporary casino will operate during construction and will include 2,000 slot machines and 75 gaming tables. It is estimated that the temporary casino will generate in excess of $200 million in annual revenue. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which would be located in Kansas Speedway's Turn 2 with strong visibility and access to both Interstate 70 and Interstate 435, will bring a distinctive and energetic destination entertainment and gaming experience to Wyandotte County and establish the area as one of the major sports and leisure destinations in the country. ansas Speedway tickets are on sale now for 2008-09 packages and can be purchased by calling 866.460.RACE or logging onto www.kansasspeedway.com.(Kansas Speedway PR)(8-13-2008)

  • Kansas Speedway moving forward with plans for a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino: Kansas Speedway and The Cordish Company (Kansas Entertainment LLC) remain committed to bringing a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino to Kansas City, Kan. The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which would be located in Kansas Speedway's Turn 2, will bring a distinctive and energetic entertainment and gaming experience to Wyandotte County and showcase the area to tourists from all over the world. Merchandise from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will be branded with Kansas City, Kan. The initial development would cost over $700 million, and include a casino, hotel, and retail and entertainment outlets. There will not be any public incentives given to fund this project.(Kansas Speedway PR)(8-5-2008)

  • Kansas Speedway Signs Sponsors for IndyCar, Nationwide and IndyPro Series races: Time Warner Cable is the new title sponsor of the IndyCar Series race on April 27, which will be called the RoadRunner Turbo Indy 300. The Kansas Lottery has renewed their sponsorship agreement with Kansas Speedway and will sponsor the Nationwide Series race on Sept. 27, which will be called the Kansas Lottery 300. After a three year absence, the IndyPro Series will return for the Hard Rock 100. The Kansas Lottery has been a Kansas Speedway sponsor since 2001 and had sponsored the IndyCar Series race since 2005. With the move to September, the Kansas Lottery will now sponsor a race each race weekend.(Kansas Speedway PR)(1-19-2008)

  • Kansas Speedway involved in Casino Proposal to State of Kansas: Kansas Speedway and The Cordish Company delivered their Hard Rock Hotel and Casino proposal to the State of Kansas. The proposal calls for the destination hotel and casino to be built overlooking Turn 2 of Kansas Speedway. "We submitted our Hard Rock Hotel and Casino proposal this morning to the state," said Kansas Speedway President Jeff Boerger. "We believe our proposal will increase tourism to the state of Kansas and also have a large economic impact on the city, county and state. We also anticipate the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino will place an even greater national demand on our tickets at Kansas Speedway and encourage local fans to purchase their tickets now to enjoy some of the best racing in the country." The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino would cost more than $670 million, and include retail and entertainment outlets.(Kansas Speedway PR)(12-29-2007)

  • Kansas Speedway and World Access Partner to Provide Event Ticket Insurance: Kansas Speedway and World Access have partnered to provide race fans event ticket protector insurance starting with the LifeLock 400 and Yellow Transportation 300 events at Kansas Speedway Sept. 29 and 30. The coverage protects ticket buyers who are unable to attend an event due to unforeseen circumstances, such as a medical issue, traffic accident, jury duty, employment termination or any other covered reasons that prevents the insured from attending. The coverage, which is an optional purchase, will be $6.25 per ticket and is available to both current and new season ticket holders.(Kansas Speedway PR)(9-15-2007)

  • Past track news: posted in the past at Jayski's Past Track News/Rumors - Kansas Speedway


GOODYEAR TIRE NOTES

    Tire: Goodyear Eagle Speedway Radials

    Number of Tires:
    Sprint Cup: Left-side -- 1,425, Right-side -- 1,425;
    Nationwide: Left-side -- 575, Right-side -- 575

    Tire Codes: Left-side -- D-4132; Right-side -- D-4150

    Tire Circumference: Left-side -- 87.4 in.; Right-side -- 88.6 in.

    Technical Inspection Inflation:
    Left Front -- 30 psi; Left Rear -- 30 psi;
    Right Front -- 48 psi; Right Rear -- 45 psi

    Minimum Recommended Inflation:
    Left Front -- 22 psi; Left Rear -- 20 psi;
    Right Front -- 47 psi; Right Rear -- 43 psi

    Estimated Pit Window: Every 50-55 laps, based on fuel mileage.

    Notes: In preparation for the first COT race at Kansas, Goodyear held a tire test at the track with the #1 Dale Earnhardt Incorporated Chevy (Martin Truex Jr.) and #96 Hall of Fame Racing Toyota (Brad Coleman) on August 26 . . . at that test, Goodyear confirmed a new left-side tire code (D-4132), which incorporates an updated construction that has a strong track record at the intermediate tracks this year, according to Rick Campbell, Goodyear's NASCAR project manager . . the right-side code at Kansas (D-4150), has been run twice by teams in these two series at California this season . . . as on all NASCAR ovals greater than one-mile in length, teams are required to run inner liners in all four tire positions at Kansas . . . air pressure in those inner lines should be 12-25 psi greater than that of the outer tire.

    Testing update: Goodyear held its first of two scheduled tests at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this past Tuesday and Wednesday . . . participating in the test was the #45 Petty Enterprises Dodge with Kyle Petty . . . the next test at Indianapolis is scheduled for October 6-8 . . . other tire tests scheduled in 2008 include Homestead (Oct. 14) and Las Vegas (Dec. 10-11).


DRIVER/TEAM/TESTING NEWS

  • Chase Notes: Even though a despondent #18-Kyle Busch was throwing in the towel after his second straight bottom 10 finish in the Chase at Dover, he should arrive at Kansas with a better perspective, especially if he studies #48-Jimmie Johnson's pathway to the championship in 2006. True, Rowdy is dead last and 210 points out of the lead with eight races to go, but Johnson was still in 7th place and 146 points out at the halfway point after getting a second at Lowe's. There is time, but Kansas would be a good place to start the comeback. #16-Greg Biffle made a late pass for the lead for the second straight week, and now stands just 10 points out of first place in The Chase and is the defending champ at Kansas. He could become the first driver ever to win all three of NASCAR's major series. #20-Tony Stewart won at Kansas in 2006 when he was on the outside looking in at The Chase, and a win this week could be springboard for Stewart to get into serious contention. See more Chase stats on my Chase Stats after Dover page.(9-23-2008)

  • Kansas Rookie Notes: #00-Michael McDowell was the Raybestos Rookie of the Race in the September 21 Camping World RV 400 at Dover. McDowell scored a 29th-place finish and claimed top rookie honors for the sixth time this season, including twice in the last three races. #01-Regan Smith leads #77-Sam Hornish Jr. by three points (187-184) in the Raybestos Rookie standings entering the September 28 Camping World RV 400 at Kansas Speedway. Smith has led the Raybestos Rookie standings for 11 consecutive races dating back to Coke Zero 400 at Daytona. The best finish by a Raybestos Rookie in seven previous Sprint Cup races at Kansas is second-place by Ryan Newman in 2002. Newman is the only Raybestos Rookie to score a top-five finish at Kansas. Jason Leffler is the only Raybestos Rookie to win a pole in seven races at Kansas Speedway. Leffler took the top starting spot in the 2001 Camping World RV 400. At least one Raybestos Rookie has finished in the top 10 in five of the seven races at Kansas, but only once have two or more freshman drivers finished inside the top-10: Ryan Newman (second) and Jimmie Johnson (10th) in 2002.(Camp & Assoc/Raybestos), see the full report, rookie history and current standings on my 2008 Rookies Page.(9-23-2008)

  • See the 2008 Team Chart, which has links to past news for each team and info on each team.


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