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Kansas is hosting its second race of this 2018 Dragon Energy NASCAR Cup Series season in a critical elimination race which will cut on the playoff field from 12 drivers down to eight.
Chase Elliott and Aric Almirola would be the only drivers locked in the next round while the likes of Brad Keselowski, Ryan Blaney, Kyle Larson and Alex Bowman are facing possible removal. Larson, who finds himself at a must-win scenario, led the most laps in the spring race before finishing fourth. He is still looking for his first win of the 2018 season.
But it was Kevin Harvick who won this course before this season, leading 79 of 267 laps en route to the victory. He will start on the exterior of their front row for Sunday’s race, along with pole-sitter Joey Logano. Harvick and Jimmie Johnson hold the record for the most wins among active drivers at Kansas with three per year, but Johnson is currently facing the longest winless streak of his career.
Logano and Martin Truex Jr. would be the only other active drivers to win several races at Kansas with Truex winning 2 of their last three and finishing a close second in another. He directed 774 laps at Kansas, resulting in the field.
But no other driver can match Harvick’s consistency, who boasts an average finish of 9.6 — higher than any other fulltime Cup driver.

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