Finally, the Top 5 moments at Kansas Speedway! This week’s moment involved a bit of controversy.
With weather playing a factor during the day, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in 2007 was cut short. As Greg Biffle and Kansas native Clint Bowyer were heading through Turn 4 with the yellow flag and checkered flag displayed, it appeared Biffle ran out of fuel and slowed, while Bowyer passed him to earn his first victory at Kansas Speedway. But it wasn’t meant to be as Biffle crossed the start/finish line and NASCAR maintained that Biffle kept the mandatory speed and earned his 12th series victory.
For Bowyer, the heartbreak is still very much alive as he is still waiting for his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at his home track.
Don’t miss any of the moments at Kansas Speedway as racing returns this October with the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season finale on Oct. 16, the NASCAR XFINITY Series (Kansas Lottery 300) on Oct. 17, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Hollywood Casino 400, the fifth race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup) on Oct. 18, and tickets are currently on sale.
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