The Sprint Cup Series prepares to return to night racing this weekend. This Saturday night the schedule offers the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kent. This 1.5-mile tri-oval has played host to several NASCAR Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series events in the last 10 years, but last season this facility finally hit the big time. After years of efforts by ownership, the intermediate oval in Kentucky was added to the Sprint Cup Series lineup of tracks. So we're in for our second season of NASCAR's top division racing at this oval. The Kentucky tri-oval has a very similar configuration to Kansas Speedway in terms of banking and size. The teams that just dominated at Kansas a few weeks ago are sure to be looking forward to this weekend's trip to Sparta. While Kansas offers 15 degree corner ...
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