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NASCAR Sprint Cup: Preview, Predictions and Schedule for Chase Round 4 at Kansas

The elite series of NASCAR heads to one of several intermediate tracks for the fourth race in the 10-week Chase for the title, but Kansas has special character that tempts fate for those who don't drive it just right. Kansas Speedway is a relatively flat 1.5-mile track with tar-filled seams that make for a slick track. It is a multi-groove track that requires lots of grip because those weather related seams can rock the balance on a car. The banking that stabilizes a car on many tracks is absent at Kansas Speedway. The driver who finishes well is the one who can find the right line and take it to the edge without a fumble. The two drivers tied for the points lead are Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 29 Budweiser Chevrolet, and Carl Edw...

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