Race information

Date: Saturday, May 4, 2024

Time: 7:30 p.m CT on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Track: 1.5 Miles

Stages: 40/80/167 laps = 250.5 Miles

Broadcast Schedule – Kansas Speedway

Race: May 4, 2024 7:30 p.m CT on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Prac/Qual: May 3, 2024 3:05 p.m CT on FS1 | MRN | SiriusXM

Web: www.nascar.com Live Timing & Scoring

Social Information:

IG: @kansasspeedway | X: @kansasspeedway


Quanta Services | Ford F-150

IG: @Jakegarcia_35 | FB: Jake Garcia Racing

Jake Garcia is gearing up for his third start at Kansas Motor Speedway, a track where he’s found success before. With solid finishes of 8th and 11th in his previous outings, coupled with impressive qualifying performances, Garcia has established himself as a contender. However, he and his team are eager for a change in fortune to bolster their playoff hopes. Watch for the No. 13 Quanta Services Ford F-150 as they strive to turn heads and make strides towards their goal at Kansas.

Series Career

Starts: 35

Top-Five Finishes: 3

Top-Ten Finishes: 10

2023 at Kansas

Start: 4th

Finish: 8th
Matt Crafton – No. 88

Menards / Serta | Ford F-150

IG: @Matt_Crafton | FB: Matt Crafton

Matt Crafton is gearing up for his 28th race at Kansas this Saturday, with his sights set on clinching his fourth win at Kansas Motor Speedway. Despite a respectable top-15 finish at Texas, Crafton and his No. 88 team are eager for more. With a renewed sense of confidence, especially at a track where he’s excelled in the past, Crafton is poised for a strong performance. All signs point to an exciting and potentially fruitful weekend ahead for Crafton and his team.

Series Career

Starts: 551

Wins: 15

Pole Position: 16

Top-Five Finishes: 135

Top-Ten Finishes: 321

Laps Led: 2,715

2023 at Kansas

Start: 21st

Finish: 11th
Ty Majeski – No. 98

Road Ranger | Ford F-150

X: @TyMajeski | FB: Ty Majeski

Ty Majeski will be behind the wheel of the No. 98 Road Ranger Ford F-150 at Kansas Motor Speedway. Widely regarded for their potential, there’s a sense in the industry that victory lane is just around the corner for the No. 98 team. Following a respectable 10th-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway, Majeski and his crew are taking advantage of the two-week break to ensure they arrive at Kansas well-prepared and equipped with the speed needed to contend for the win.

Series Career

Starts: 73

Wins: 3

Pole Position: 6

Top-Five Finishes: 21

Top-Ten Finishes: 37

Laps Led: 905

2023 at Kansas

Start: 9th

Finish: 25th

Ben Rhodes – No. 99

Bommarito Automotive | Ford F-150

IG: @benrhodesi | FB: Ben Rhodes

Ben Rhodes will showcase the Bommarito colors for the first time in the 2024 campaign. After a tough weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, where a loose wheel hampered their performance, Rhodes and the 99 team are determined to bounce back. Despite the setback, they showed promise with a strong run that could have secured a top-12 finish. Looking ahead, they remain focused on their goal of contending for the championship and are optimistic about their chances of finding victory lane in the upcoming races.

Series Career

Starts: 193

Wins: 8

Pole Position: 6

Top-Five Finishes: 56

Top-Ten Finishes: 104

Laps Led: 1223

2023 at Kansas

Start: 5th

Finish: 16th

Cam Waters – No. 66

Tradie Brand | Ford F-150

IG: @cam_waters

Cam Waters returns to the driver’s seat of the No. 66 TRADIE Ford F-150 at Kansas Motor Speedway for the Heart of America 200. Despite the result at Martinsville, where he had an impressive debut, Waters showcased his skills by consistently battling in the top 15 throughout the race. Expressing his excitement for racing, Waters had a blast behind the wheel and is eager to continue the momentum in the No. 66 TRADIE Ford F-150.

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