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Nascar Sprint Cup Series: Favorites to Watch in Kansas This Weekend

When Kansas Speedway held its inaugural race in 2001, the racing was bad. There was only one lane of racing and passing was minimal. Now, Kansas displays some of the most competitive races on the circuit. This weekend should be no different. But who are the favorites?As practice winds down this afternoon, teams will fine-tune their qualifying setups and will make their attempts at the Coors Light pole during qualifying, which commences at 4:30 ET on Friday on the SPEED Network.In the first practice session held on Friday afternoon, the No. 99 of Carl Edwards sat atop the leaderboard with a speed just over 192 mph, which would break the current track record of 191.360 that was set by Kasey Kahne in 2012. Sam Hor...

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