Johnson Survives Late Restarts for Martinsville Win

Johnson celebrates his Martinsville Victory
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By Jason Schultz

A miraculous driving job by Jimmie Johnson allowed him and his No.48 team to celebrate in victory lane Sunday afternoon in Martinsville.

Jimmie Johnson drove  the dominant car of the day and some excellent pit road performance by his crew put Johnson out front at the end. Johnson held off Kyle Busch on the final few laps for the victory. Continue reading

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Kenseth Survives a Caution Fest for his Second Chase Win

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A record setting day with a track all-time caution record of fourteen, occurred Sunday afternoon at the Kansas Speedway.

Fourteen cautions at Kansas was also the most in any race this season. Continue reading

Kansas Motor Speedway Tidbits

Kansas Motor Speedway broke ground in May of 1999 and is a 1.5 mile tri-oval.

This midwest track, located 15 miles west of Kansas City, Kansas, between I-435 and I-70, has 17-20 degrees of variable banking in the turns. The front stretch has 9-11 degrees of variable banking and the back stretch has 5 degrees. It seats over 72,000. Continue reading