This week the NASCAR Cup Series travels to Kansas Speedway for the Buschy McBusch 400.

Fresh off of his win at Talladega, Brad Keselowski sits on the pole and will bring the field to the green flag with William Byron starting alongside on the front row.

Points leader Denny Hamlin will start the race in 20th place.

Joey Logano starts the race in 29th place after crashing out of the race early in Talladega. Logano woke up Saturday morning with a case of food poisoning. While he says that he feels much better, the team has a backup driver standing by just in case he is needed.

Erik Jones and Ross Chastain will have to start the race from the back of the field after failing the pre-race inspection process. Anthony Alfredo will also have to start the race from the back of the field after the crew made some unapproved adjustments to the car.

The starting lineup for the Buschy McBusch 400:
Brad Keselowski
William Byron
Michael McDowell
Kevin Harvick
Matt DiBenedetto
Austin Dillon
Ryan Blaney
Christopher Bell
Kyle Busch
Cole Custer
Tyler Reddick
Ryan Preece
Bubba Wallace
Ryan Newman
Martin Truex Jr
Chris Buescher
Chase Elliott
Aric Almirola
Chase Briscoe
Denny Hamlin
Daniel Suarez
Anthony Alfredo – moved to the back of the field
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
Ross Chastain – moved to the back of the field
Alex Bowman
Corey LaJoie
Erik Jones
Kurt Busch
Joey Logano
BJ McLeod
Justin Haley
Kyle Larson
Cody Ware
Quin Houff
Joey Gase
Garrett Smithley
Josh Bilicki
Austin Cindric
Matt Mills

NASCAR has called for a competition caution on lap 25 in order to give the crews a chance to check and adjust the cars after there was no practice.

Stages one and two of the race are 80 laps each with stage three lasting 107 laps for a total of 267 laps around the mile and a half track. The drivers will have to make a pit stop for fuel in all three of the stages.

Brad Keselowski brings the field down for the green flag start of the race and edges out William Byron to take the lead.

Lap two the top five are Brad Keselowski, William Byron, Kevin Harvick, Michael McDowell, and Matt DiBenedetto.

Lap four, Kyle Larson has moved up 13 spots since the race start.

Lap five, Brad Keselowski holds on to the lead with William Byron in second; Kevin Harvick, Matt DiBenedetto, and Michael McDowell round out the top five.

Lap seven, Brad Keselowski holds on to the lead with William Byron in second; Kevin Harvick, Matt DiBenedetto, and Christopher Bell round out the top five.

Lap 10, Brad Keselowski has pulled out to a lead of over half a second on William Byron; Kevin Harvick, Christopher Bell, and Matt DiBenedetto round out the top five.

Lap 15, Brad Keselowski has led every lap so far, William Byron, Kevin Harvick, Christopher Bell, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

After starting from the back of the field with a penalty, Ross Chastain has entered the top 15.

Lap 19, the top five are Brad Keselowski, William Byron, Christopher Bell, Kyle Busch, and Kevin Harvick.

Lap 20, Kyle Larson has entered the top 10.

The first drivers to ride the high line, Tyler Reddick says that he hates running the low line. Reddick is currently in sixth place.

Lap 23, Brad Keselowski has a near half second lead on William Byron.

There are 32 cars on the lead lap with Matt Mills two laps down.

At the end of lap 25, NASCAR displays the yellow flag for the competition caution. BJ McLeod is the “lucky dog”.

Drivers bring their cars down pit road for service with Brad Keselowski winning the race off of pit road.

Chase Briscoe was caught speeding on pit road.

Brad Keselowski brings the field down for the green flag restart from the inside lane on lap 31 and gets out in front of William Byron to hold on to the lead.

Lap 31, the top five are Brad Keselowski, William Byron, Christopher Bell, Tyler Reddick, and Kevin Harvick.

William Byron battle Brad Keselowski for the lead but Keselowski holds him off.

Lap 34, Brad Keselowski has increased his lead on William Byron to a third of a second; Tyler Reddick, Kevin Harvick, and Christopher Bell round out the top five.

NASCAR has black flagged Ryan Newman for a crew member making an unapproved body adjustment to his car during the pit stop. Not only will Newman have to come down pit road, the crew must repair whatever they did – pulling on the right side skirt of the car.

Lap 39, Brad Keselowski continues to lead the race with William Byron in second; Tyler Reddick, Kyle Larson, and Kevin Harvick round out the top five.

With 34 laps remaining in stage one, Brad Keselowski has dominated the stage and holds a half second lead on William Byron; Tyler Reddick, Kyle Larson, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

There are 32 cars on the lead lap.

Alex Bowman is reporting that he is having some alternator issues with low voltage and the battery isn’t charging.

Kyle Busch is reporting some tight issues with his car.

Lap 50, Brad Keselowski has a lead of over half a second on William Byron; Tyler Reddick, Kyle Larson, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

Lap 54, Brad Keselowski has a lead of nearly a second on William Byron; Tyler Reddick, Kyle Larson, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

Twenty laps remain in stage one, Brad Keselowski has led the most laps of his career at Kansas.

The top five are Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson, Willaim Bryon, Tyler Reddick, and Kyle Busch.

Lap 62, Kyle Larson is closing the gap on leader Brad Keselowski and is only a quarter of a second behind.

Lap 63, Kyle Larson battles Brad Keselowski for the lead; so far Keselowski has held him off with the help of a slower car.

Ten to go in stage one, Brad Keselowski continues to dominate the stage with Kyle Larson in second; Tyler Reddick, William Byron, and Kyle Busch round out the top five.

Lap 73, Kyle Larson puts a slide job on Brad Keselowski to take the lead; Tyler Reddick, Kyle Busch, and William Byron round out the top five with 30 cars on the lead lap.

Kyle Larson takes the lead after starting the race rom 32nd place.

With four laps to go in stage one, it’s a battle of the Kyles when Kyle Busch passes Kyle Larson to take the lead.

Kyle Busch wins stage one.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Kyle Busch
Kyle Larson
Tyler Reddick
Brad Keselowski
William Byron
Chase Elliott
Kevin Harvick
Ryan Blaney
Denny Hamlin
Christopher Bell

On Saturday night Kyle Busch took his number 51 truck to victory lane for a win in the Truck Series. Today it is his 36th birthday. FOX Sport reports that Busch has never lost a race on his birthday. The last time he ran a race on his birthday was 2009 and he won the race.

Drivers come down pit road for service with Kyle Larson winning the race off of pit road. For the second time, Kyle Busch loses two spots on pit road.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 88 from the outside lane with Tyler Reddick on the inside. Getting a push from Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson gets out in front while the drivers get four wide across the track.

The top five are Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch, Tyler Reddick, Ryan Blaney, and Brad Keselowski.

Lap 92, Kyle Larson has a near half second lead on Kyle Busch; Brad Keselowski, Tyler Reddick, and Martin Truex Jr round out the top five.

Lap 95, there are 30 cars on the lead lap with all 39 drivers still on the track.

Kyle Larson has pulled out to a one second lead on Kyle Busch; Brad Keselowski, Tyler Reddick, and Chase Elliott round out the top five.

Lap 97, Kyle Larson has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Kyle Busch.

Lap 104, Kyle Larson holds on to his lead of over a second on Kyle Busch; Brad Keselowski, Martin Treux Jr, and Chase Elliott round out the top five.

Drivers are spread out all across the track throughout the field.

Joey Logano reports that his car feels like it has a hole in the nose. FOX Sports reporter Larry McReynolds says that there is some damage to the nose of Logano’s car.

Lap 109, Kyle Larson has a lead of nearly a second and a half on Kyle Busch; Brad Keselowski, Martin Truesx Jr, and Chase Elliott round out the top five.

Lap 113, Kyle Larson has increased his lead on Kyle Busch to over a second and a half; Brad Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr, and Chase Elliott round out the top five.

Lap 120, Denny Hamlin begins the cycle of green flag pit stops.

Kyle Busch tells his team that whatever Kyle Larson has, he doesn’t have and he wants it.

Lap 121, leader Kyle Larson makes his green flag pit stop and gives the lead over the Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

The top six drivers have not made their pit stops.

Cody Ware spins coming on to pit road but the track stays green as he gets on to pit road. Ware will have to serve a pass through penalty for a commitment cone violaton.

As pit stops continue, there are only 15 cars on the lead lap.

With 32 laps remaining in stage two, Ricky Stenhouse Jr continues to lead the race but still has to make his pit stop. Stenhouse has a lead of over six seconds on Anthony Alfredo who also needs to make his pit stop.

With 25 laps remaining in stage two, Kyle Larson is in second place eight seconds behind leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr who still hasn’t made his pit stop.

William Byron reports a bad loose condition in his car – an eight out of 10.

With 20 laps remaining in stage one, Kyle Larson has closed the gap on leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr to under five seconds.

There are 18 cars on the lead lap.

Lap 141, Kyle Larson is now just over two seconds behind leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

Lap 144, Kyle Larson is just one second behind Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

Lap 145, Kyle Larson passes Ricky Stenhouse Jr for the lead. Ricky Stenhouse finally makes his green flag pit stop.

With eleven laps remaining in stage two, the top five are Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, and Chase Elliott. There is over seven seconds between Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch.

Lap 152, the last car to make his green flag pit stop is Daniel Suarez.

Lap 153, Kyle Busch has closed the gap on leader Kyle Larson to under seven seconds.

Lap 155, the top five are Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, and Chase Elliott.

With a lead of nearly six seconds, Kyle Larson wins his fourth stage win of the season.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kyle Larson
Kyle Busch
Denny Hamlin
Brad Keselowski
Chase Elliott
Ryan Blaney
Martin Truex Jr
Tyler Reddick
Christopher Bell
Kevin Harvick

Drivers come down pit road for service with Kyle Larson winning the race off of pit road and Kyle Busch coming out second.

Denny Hamlin’s team reports that Denny Hamlin has only three lug nuts on one of his tires. The crew decided to stay out on the track.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three from the outside lane oon lap 167. Drivers quickly get three wide.

Kyle Larson takes the lead.

Lap 168, Kyle Busch takes the lead briefly before Larson gets back out in front.

Bubba Wallace gets loose after some slight contact with Kurt Busch. Bubba saves the car and the track stays green. Alex Bowman hits the wall as a part of the three way battle and had to make an unscheduled trip down pit road for a flat tire.

With 95 laps to go, the top five are Kyle Larson, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, and Brad Keselowski.

Ninety to go, Kye Larson has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second on Denny Hamlin; Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, and Brad Keselowski round out the top five.

Lap 185, Kyle Larson continues to lead the race; Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, and Ryan Blaney round out the top five.

Lap 189, Kyle Larson has a second and a half lead on Denny Hamlin.

Lap 195, Kyle Larson has increased his lead on Denny Hamlin to two seconds and nearly four seconds on Kyle Busch; Kevin Harvick and Ryan Blaney round out the top five.

Just 65 laps remain in the race but the drivers have to make one more pit stop. Kye Larson has a lead of over two seconds on Denny Hamlin with Kyle Busch in third over three seconds back; Kevin Harvick and Ryan Blaney round out the top five. There are 20 cars on the lead lap with all 39 cars in the race.

With 61 laps to go, William Byron begins the cycle of green flag pit stops.

More drivers come down pit road for their pit stop.

With 55 laps to go leader Kyle Larson comes down pit road for his pit stop and gives the elad over the Chris Buescher.

There is a tire in the grass…it belongs to Tyler Reddick’s crew. He is being charged for an uncontrolled tire on pit road and will have to serve a pass through penalty.

Leader Chris Buescher, Ricky Stenhouse Jr, and Daniel Suarez are the only drivers who have yet to make a pit stop.

With 49 laps to go, there are 10 cars on the lead lap. Once Chris Buescher makes his pit stop, Kyle Larson will retake the lead.

Denny Hamlin and Aric Almirola were also charged with having an uncontrolled tire on pit road and will have to serve a pass through penalty.

Lap 224, there are 15 cars on the lead lap with Chris Buescher leading the race. Chris Buescher and Daniel Suarez have yet to make their pits stops.

Lap 226, Chris Buescher finally makes his pit stop. Kyle Larson retakes the lead over three seconds in front of Denny Hamlin; Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, and Ryan Blaney round out the top five. There are 17 cars on the lead lap.

The caution flag comes out with 38 laps remaining in the race for the tire sitting in the grass. NASCAR waited until all of the drivers had made their green flag pit stops before putting out the caution flag. Daniel Suarez is the “lucky dog”.

Drivers come down pit road for service. Kyle Larson is reporting a tight condition; while Kevin Harvick is reporting a loose condition. Kyle Busch continues to make adjustments to his car. Kyle Larson wins the race off of pit road.

Kevin Harvick and Daniel Suarez were charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road and will have to restart the race from the back of the field.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag restart from the outside lane with Denny Hamlin alongside and Kyle Busch right behind him with 32 laps remaining in the race. Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson battle for the lead; swapping it back and forth.

Kenny Hamlin takes the lead with Kyle Larson in second; Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, and Brad Keselowski round out the top five. There are 21 cars on the lead lap.

Twenty five laps to go, Denny Hamlin has a narrow lead on Kyle Larson with Kyle Busch in third nearly a second back, Ryan Blaney and Brad Keselowski round out the top five.

Kyle Larson takes the lead after Denny Hamlin slaps the wall.

Kyle Busch takes second place.

The caution flag comes out with 23 laps to go for Denny Hamlin’s flat tire after hitting the wall.

Some of the drivers come down pit road for service with some of them taking only two tires.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag restart from the outside lane with 18 laps remaining in the race. Kyle Busch is alongside on the inside lane. Ryan Blaney gives Kyle Larson a push to help Larson hold on to the lead. Drivers get three wide acorss the track battling for position.

With 17 laps remaining in the race, Kyle Larson leads the race; Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, Brad Keselowski, and Austin Dillon round out the top five.

The drivers who made a four tire pit stop are moving up through the field.

Austin Dillon slaps the wall.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr brings out the caution flag after he spins out after some contact on the track with Austin Cindric.

Drivers back in the field come down pit road for fresh tires.

Kyle Larson brings the field down for the green flag restart with just 10 laps to go with Kyle Busch on the inside lane. After going side by side, Kyle Busch gets out in front for the lead with the field three wide behind him.

Christopher Bell spins out and hits Ryan Preece to bring out the caution flag. Ricky Stenhouse Jr was also involved and brings his wrecked car to a stop at the start/finish line. He become the first car out of the race.

Ryan Preece takes his car to the garage.

Kyle Busch brings the field down for the green flag restart from the inside lane with just two laps remaining in the race. Kyle Busch gets out in front for the lead but Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson make contact; the track stays green.

Kyle Busch takes the white flag.

Birthday boy Kyle Busch wins the race! Busch becomes the tenth different winner this season! This marks 17 season in a row – every year he has been in the Cup Series – that Kyle Busch has won at least one race. After winning the Truck Series race, Kyle Busch has swept the weekend at Kansas Motor Speedway.

The unofficial results of the Buschy McBusch 400:
Kyle Busch
Kevin Harvick
Brad Keselowski
Matt DiBenedetto
Chase Elliott
Martin Truex Jr
Tyler Reddick
Chris Buescher
William Byron
Austin Dillon
Daniel Suarez
Denny Hamlin
Michael McDowell
Ross Chastain
Kurt Busch
Ryan Newman
Joey Logano
Alex Bowman
Kyle Larson
Chase Briscoe
Ryan Blaney
Austin Cindric
Anthoby Alfredo
Cole Custer
Erik Jones
Bubba Wallace
Corey LaJoie
Christopher Bell
Aric Almirola
Justin Haley
BJ McLeod
Ryan Preece
Garrett Smithley
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
Joey Gase
Cody Ware
Quin Houff
Matt Mills
Josh Bilicki