Let the Countdown Begin!
Only 5 months and 3 weeks until racing is underway at Kansas Speedway!
With a date change to April, race fans will no longer have to wait until July to see exciting racing action at Kansas Speedway.
The IRL IndyCar Series, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and ARCA Re/Max Series return to Kansas Speedway in April to kick off the seventh season of racing.
April 27 is qualifying day for the IRL IndyCar Series and the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, while the ARCA Re/Max Series Kansas Lottery $150 Grand will be the first race of the weekend. Come see if eight-time ARCA Re/Max champion and defending race winner Frank Kimmel can defend his title.
The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 races on April 28; can defending race winner Terry Cook win again or will another driver unseat him?
The IRL IndyCar Kansas Lottery Indy 300 rounds out the weekend on Sunday. Three-time IRL champion and defending race winner Sam Hornish Jr. is back to defend his title - will he be able to hold off Dan Wheldon and the other drivers who want to take his spot in victory lane?
Don't forget to bring your favorite snacks and beverages (in a 6x6x12-inch cooler) to enjoy while you're watching the thrilling action at Kansas Speedway.
RPM and P.A.S.S season tickets for Kansas Speedway go on sell Dec. 2 for five unbelievable races - the O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 NASCAR Craftsman Truck race, the Kansas Lottery Indy 300 IRL IndyCar race in April and in September, the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Kansas 400, the Yellow Transportation 300 NASCAR Busch Series race and the kansasspeedway.com 100 USAC race.
Tickets may be purchased by calling 866-460-RACE. As always, parking is free at Kansas Speedway.
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