CUP and Xfinity races at the Kansas Speedway

The Kansas Speedway, the 1.5-mile oval in Kansas City, KS, was the website for the second of 3 Round of 8 races for both the Cup and XFINITY Series races. Kyle Larson scored his 3rd successive Cup race on Sunday. It was the second time he achieved this in 2021. The last time a chauffeur won 3 straight Cup races two times in one season remained in 1987. The late, seven-time Champ Dale Earnhardt was that motorist. The most recent outcomes and upcoming scheduled occasions for the NASCAR feeder series are consisted of listed below along with short information on all tracks pointed out in this column.

NASCAR Cup Series (NCS)

Sun, Oct 24, Hollywood Gambling Establishment 400 – Kansas Speedway – 267 laps.
– No practice or certifying. NASCAR’s certifying metric set the beginning lineup for Sunday’s occasion based upon race surfaces, point standings and fastest race laps. This put Kyle Larson (#5 Chevrolet Camaro) P1 on the beginning grid. Ryan Blaney (#12 Ford Mustang) finished the front row in the P2 area. #2 Brad Keselowski, #18 Kyle Busch, #9 Chase Elliott, #11 Denny Hamlin, #19 Martin Truex Jr., #22 Joey Logano, #24 William Byron and #20 Christopher Bell formed the remainder of the top-10 because order. Did not make the 40-car field: Nobody, just 40 entries.

– Polesitter Kyle Larson (#5 Camaro) led a race-high 130 laps and scored his 15th success in 258 NCS races. This is his 9th success and 25th top-10 surface in 2021. It is his very first success and sixth top-10 surface in 15 Kansas races. Chase Elliott (second) published his 8th top-10 surface in 13 races at Kansas and his 20th top-10 surface in 2021. Kevin Harvick (3rd) published his 19th top-10 surface in 33 Kansas races. Chase Briscoe (19th) was the greatest ending up Sunoco Novice of the Year competitor (ROTY).

– NCS Champion points leader: Kyle Larson by 74 points over Chase Elliott.
– NCS Playoffs – Round of 8: (G/L)
1. Kyle Larson
2. Chase Elliott +3
3. Denny Hamlin
4. Kyle Busch
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5. Ryan Blaney -3
6. Martin Truex Jr. +1
7. Brad Keselowski -1
8. Joey Logano

– After the next race (Martinsville), the bottom 4 will not advance to the NCS Playoffs Champion 4 race that concludes the season at Phoenix Raceway on November 7.
– Next: Sun, Oct 31, Xfinity 500 – Martinsville Speedway – 500 laps.
– 2021 NCS Routine Season Champ: Kyle Larson

NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS)

Sat, Oct 23, Kansas Lottery Game 300 – Kansas Speedway – 200 laps.
– No practice or certifying sessions. NASCAR’s certifying metric set the beginning lineup for Saturday’s occasion based upon race surfaces, point standings and fastest race laps. This put Daniel Hemric (#18 Toyota Supra) P1 on the beginning grid. Austin Cindric (#22 Ford Mustang) finished the front row in the P2 area. #7 Justin Allgaier, #9 Noah Gragson, #16 AJ Allmendinger, #11 Justin Haley, #20 Harrison Burton, #1 Michael Annett, #19 Brandon Jones and #54 Ty Gibbs formed the remainder of the top-10 because order. 41 automobiles got in for the 40-car field; #13 Timmy Hill did not make the race.

– ARCA Menards Series routine Ty Gibbs, driving the #54 Toyota Supra, scored his fourth success in 18 NXS races. This is his fourth success and 10th top-10 surface in 2021. It is his very first success and very first top-10 surface in 2 races at Kansas. Austin Cindric (second) led a race-high 151 laps and published his second top-10 surface in 6 Kansas races. It is his 24th top-10 surface in 2021. AJ Allmendinger (3rd) published his very first top-10 surface in 3 races at Kansas. Polesitter Daniel Hemric led 15 laps and ended up in 14th location.

– NXS Champion points leader: Connected – Austin Cindric and AJ Allmendinger.
– NXS Playoffs – Round of 8: (G/L)
1. Austin Cindric +1
2. AJ Allmendinger -1
3. Justin Allgaier
4. Daniel Hemric +1
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5. Justin Haley +1
6. Noah Gragson -2
7. Brandon Jones +1
8. Harrison Burton -1

– After the next race (Martinsville), the bottom 4 will not advance to the NXS Playoffs Champion 4 race that concludes the season at Phoenix Raceway on November 6.
– Next: Sat, Oct 30, Dead On Tools 250 – Martinsville Speedway – 250 laps.
– 2021 NXS Routine Season Champ: AJ Allmendinger

NASCAR Outdoor Camping World Truck Series (NTS)

– NTS Champion points leader: John Hunter Nemechek by 1 point over Ben Rhodes.
– NTS Playoffs – Round of 8: (G/L)
1. John Hunter Nemechek +1
2. Ben Rhodes -1
3. Matt Crafton +1
4. Sheldon Creed +1
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5. Stewart Friesen -2
6. Chandler Smith +2
7. Carson Hocevar -1
8. Zane Smith -1

– After the next race (Martinsville) the bottom 4 will not advance to the NTS Playoffs Champion 4 race that concludes the season at Phoenix Raceway on November 5.
– Next: Sat, Oct 30, United Rentals 200 – Martinsville Speedway – 200 laps.
– 2021 NTS Routine Season Champ: John Hunter Nemechek

NASCAR Feeder Series

ARCA Menards Series:
Sat, Oct 23, Reese’s 150 – Kansas Speedway – 100 laps.
Winner: Nick Sanchez – P1: Ty Gibbs
2021 ARCA Menards Champ: Ty Gibbs
2021 Bounty Novice of the Year: Ty Gibbs
2022 Season Opener: Sat, Feb 19 at the Daytona Int’l Speedway

ARCA Menards East:
2021 ARCA Menards East Champ: Sammy Smith
2021 Bounty Novice of the Year: Sammy Smith
Next: 2022 Season Opener

ARCA Menards West:
Sat, Oct 9, NAPA Vehicle Components 150 – All American Speedway – 150 laps.
Winner: P.J. Pedroncelli – P1: Dean Thompson – Points Leader: Jesse Love
Season Ending: Sat, Nov 6, Arizona Lottery Game 100 – Phoenix Raceway – 100 laps.

Whelen Modified Trip:
2021 NASCAR Whelen Modified Trip Champ: Justin Bonsignore
Next: 2022 Season Opener

Pinty’s Series:
2021 NASCAR Pinty’s Series Champ: LP Dumoulin
Next: 2022 Season Opener

Peak Mexico Series:
Sun, Oct 24, Super Ovalo Potosino in San Luis Potosi.
Winner: Ruben Rovelo – Points Leader: Salvador De Alba Jr.
Next: Sun, Nov 14, at the Triovalo Internacional de Cajititlan in Jalisco, Mexico.

Track Information

All American Speedway – 0.333-mile oval – Roseville, California
Kansas Speedway – 1.5-mile oval – Kansas City, Kansas
Martinsville Speedway – 0.526-mile oval – Martinsville, Virginia
Phoenix Raceway – 1-mile tri-oval – Avondale, Arizona
Super Oval Potosino – 0.5-mile oval – San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Talladega Superspeedway – 2.66-mile tri-oval – Talladega, Alabama
Texas Motor Speedway – 1.5-mile quad-oval – Fort Worth, Texas
Triovalo Internacional de Cajititlan – 0.84-mile tri-oval – Jalisco, Mexico

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.