NASCAR race at Kansas: How to watch, starting lineup, betting odds

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NASCAR returns to an oval this weekend at Kansas Speedway. The AdventHealth 400 is Sunday at 3 p.m. on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM.

Joey Logano won last weekend’s race at Darlington with a late bump of William Byron in the final laps. Logano maintained that the two drivers are “even” since Byron’s car contacted Logano’s earlier in the race, but Byron said he doesn’t see it that way.

“He made a choice in the middle of the corner, got down on my door and what do you do? You either spin out or it gets close, so it got close,” Byron told reporters about the contact that set off Logano’s late move.

Byron will start 13th this Sunday. Logano will start 34th after going to a backup car due to damage during practice, similar to Chris Buescher. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s team replaced a rear bumper, according to FOX Sports, which reported that Denny Hamlin’s team fixed the car’s diffuser and will drop to the rear as well.

Hamlin’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Christopher Bell won the pole position, his third in his Cup career, with a lap of 30.071 seconds and 179.575 mph. Tyler Reddick will start with Bell in the front row. Bell and Reddick are tied at +375 odds to finish in the top-two behind Kyle Larson (+220) and Kyle Busch (+300), according to BetMGM.

Larson won the last race at Kansas in the fall of last year, while Busch won the spring race last year at the same 1.5-mile track.

The race is 267 laps (400.5 miles) with stages end on Laps 80, 165 and 267.

How to watch NASCAR race at Kansas

Race: AdventHealth 400 Distance: 400.5 miles, 267 laps (stages end on Laps 80, 165, 267) Where: Kansas Speedway When: Sunday 3 p.m. TV: FS1 (1:30 p.m.) Radio: MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Purse: $7,117,591

Starting lineup for NASCAR at Kansas

Order

Driver

Car No.

1

Christopher Bell

20

2

Tyler Reddick

8

3

Kyle Larson

5

4

Austin Cindric

2

5

Kurt Busch

45

6

Kyle Busch

18

7

Aric Almirola

10

8

Alex Bowman

48

9

Martin Truex Jr.

19

10

Ryan Blaney

12

11

Ross Chastain

1

12

Chase Briscoe

14

13

William Byron

24

14

Chase Elliott

9

15

Justin Haley

31

16

Cole Custer

41

17

Ty Dillon

42

18

Denny Hamlin

11

19

Daniel Suárez

99

20

Corey LaJoie

7

21

Austin Dillon

3

22

Erik Jones

43

23

Kevin Harvick

4

24

Bubba Wallace

23

25

Michael McDowell

34

26

Harrison Burton

21

27

J.J. Yeley

15

28

Noah Gragson

16

29

Cody Ware

51

30

Brad Keselowski

6

31

Todd Gilliland

38

32

B.J. McLeod

78

33

Josh Bilicki

77

34

Joey Logano

22

35

Chris Buescher

17

36

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

47