Race Winner: Kurt Busch of 23II Racing (Toyota)
Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Busch of Joe Gibbs Racing (Toyota)
Stage 2 Winner: Kurt Busch of 23II Racing (Toyota)
SHR Race Finish:
● Kevin Harvick (Started 23rd, Finished 15th / Running, completed 267 of 267 laps)
● Cole Custer (Started 16th, Finished 22nd / Running, completed 267 of 267 laps)
● Chase Briscoe (Started 12th, Finished 24th / Running, completed 266 of 267 laps)
● Aric Almirola (Started 7th, Finished 26th / Running, completed 266 of 267 laps)
● Kevin Harvick (11th with 335 points, 140 out of first)
● Aric Almirola (12th with 322 points, 153 out of first)
● Chase Briscoe (14th with 300 points, 175 out of first)
● Cole Custer (27th with 215 points, 260 out of first)
● Kurt Busch won the AdventHealth 400 to score his 34th career NASCAR Cup Series victory, his first of the season and his first at Kansas. His margin over second-place Kyle Larson was 1.413 seconds.
● Busch was the 11th different winner in the 13 NASCAR Cup Series races run this season.
● Harvick and Busch are the only two drivers who have competed in every NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas (total of 33).
● There were eight caution periods for a total of 47 laps.
● Only 23 of the 36 drivers in the race finished on the lead lap.
● Chase Elliott remains the championship leader after Kansas with a 52-point advantage over second-place Ryan Blaney.
The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the non-points NASCAR All-Star Race on Sunday, May 22 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. The race starts at 8 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by FS1 and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the undercard NASCAR All-Star Open.