The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) held the Digital Ally 400 today at Kansas Speedway


Results (with starting pos.)

P1           (4) Brad Keselowski, No. 2 Ford

P7           (9) Kurt Busch, No. 1 Global Poker Chevrolet Camaro ZL1


Details of the Day

  • Busch and Larson were two of seven Chevrolet drivers to finish in the top-ten tonight
  • Both Busch and Larson scored points in each of the first two stages
  • This was the eighth top-10 finish of the season for Busch
  • Today’s race was slowed by caution seven times for a total of 41 laps
  • The lead changed 23 times among 12 drivers


Kurt Busch, No. 1 Global Poker Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 – “It feels like when the sun was out, our car had grip and I could make moves and make aggressive passes, then as the sun went down and each of our adjustments, I was just struggling for grip as the track got cooler. It doesn’t quite make sense. We did battle for good stage points today. I think we were like fifth, seventh and finished seventh. Overall our Global Poker Camaro was real racey early. Thanks to my crew and the set-up and everything that Matt McCall is doing. Normally we get better as the race goes on. Today was not the case. We just kind of plateaued and stayed there and I think others got better grip at the end or maybe we didn’t quite get it exactly racey enough. Literally, I was just kind of stuck in one groove at the end.”

MENCS teams will head to Charlotte Motor Speedway next week for the Monster Open and the All-Star Race on Saturday, May 18. FOX Sports 1, MRN affiliates and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90 will have live coverage beginning at 6:00pm ET for the Open and 8:00pm ET for the All-Star Race.