Distance: 267 laps, or 400.5 miles.
Where: Kansas Speedway, a 1.5-mile asphalt oval in Kansas City, Kan.
When: 2:15 p.m. Sunday.
Radio: Motor Racing Network.
Last year’s winner: Joey Logano.
Also this week: Kansas Lottery 300, Xfinity Series, Kansas Speedway, 3 p.m., Saturday, NBC Sports Network.
Worth mentioning: The second race of the round of 12 of NASCAR’s Chase ... Three of the drivers who have two career victories in this race – Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stuart and Greg Biffle – aren’t in the Chase (Johnson was eliminated after the first round). ... Jeff Gordon also has two career victories in the Kansas fall race.
Who’s Hot/ Who’s Not
Joey Logano: Shhh, don’t disturb Logano, who said he’ll be sleeping soundly after clinching spot in Chase’s round of eight with victory at Charlotte.
Kevin Harvick: Seems like he either wins in dominant fashion or finishes second (as he did in Charlotte – for the 11th time this season.)
Austin Dillon: He was literally hot before he won last week’s Xfinity race at Charlotte, when sparks from a fireworks display fell on him and briefly set his fire suit aflame.
Kyle Busch: More Chase problems after strange wreck with Kyle Larson entering pit road at Charlotte.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Bad day at Charlotte – started when he got pushed into wall by Carl Edwards – has him outside top eight going to Kansas.
Matt Kenseth: Uncharacteristically bad performance at Charlotte for driver many had penciled in as a finalist in Homestead. Now he’s a long shot.