By Landon Smith

NASCAR CUP SERIES 2021 Buschy McBusch Race 400 Preview, Odds and Prediction 05/02/2021

NASCAR Cup Series Buschy McBusch Race 400 to Be Celebrated at the Kansas Speedway, Kansas, Alabama, This Sunday, May 2, 2021 - Motorsports Odds, Prediction and Tips.
2021 Buschy McBusch Race 400
Date Sunday, May 2, 2021
Time 3:00p ET
Track Kansas Speedway
Location Kansas City, Kansas
Type Speedway
Laps 267

Motorsports NASCAR Cup Series
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NASCAR Cup Series is running its course and makes a stop in Kansas City, Kansas for the Buschy McBusch Race 400 to be held at the Kansas Speedway, so let's take a look at some of the drivers who have a chance for this race.

#11 Denny Hamlin $ 550 is still looking for his first win after 10 races this season, but what differs from Elliott is that he has been consistently close. Hamlin has racked up no less than 8 top-fives in those first 10 races, which is an absolutely staggering level of consistency. He really feels like it's only a matter of time before he gets his first checkered flag of 2021. Hamlin has 3 wins at Kansas, including 2 in his last 3 races there, a minimum.

#19 Martin Truex Jr. $ 600 has a fantastic pedigree when it comes to Kansas. He won there twice in 2017 and has only been in the top 10 once in the 6 races since those victories. You can never really guarantee that a driver will excel in any race given all the things that can potentially go wrong, but if Truex Jr. can get out of trouble, he has a legitimate chance of securing his third win of the season.

#9 Chase Elliott $ 900 is still looking for his first win. He's been in the top 5 3 different times this season, which Elliot will tell you isn't good enough. He will be looking to hit the track this weekend at Kansas Speedway, where he has had some successes in the past. Elliott won it in 2018 and has been in the top 10, including a pair of top-fives, in 4 of his last 4 innings at Kansas.

#22 Joey Logano $ 1,000 has already scored his first win of the season and has been in the top 5 4 times in the first 10 races of the year. He also won the last time he took to the track at Kansas. With that victory he snapped a streak of 3 consecutive bad races at this track, recording his third career victory there in the process. He is against him in this group, but he has as good a shot as anyone else.

#20 Christophe Bell $ 2,500 already has a playoff spot after winning the February 2021 O'Reilly Auto Parts 253 at Daytona. He hasn't won a race since, but he had some top-7s in his last three starts, finished seventh in the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway and then fourth. Last week he backtracked a bit when he was only 17th in the GEICO 500, but he has the potential to rebound this week at Kansas Speedway. He only raced there twice in his Cup career, but after finishing only 23rd in his debut there in July 2020.

#43 Erik Jones $ 12,500 is hopeful that an appearance at Kansas Speedway this weekend will allow him to win his first Cup since 2019. He was discarded in 2020 in 36 starts, but had 9 top-fives that year. In this 2021 season, Jones has only a couple of top-10s in 10 starts so far. Still, he may be a good pick to sleep in for the next race at Kansas Speedway, where he has a career average of 15.89.

#6 Ryan Newman $ 15,000 is one of the most experienced Kansas Speedway drivers of all active racers. He has a total of 30 Career Cup races at the track, including a 2003 Banquet 400 victory presented by ConAgra Foods. However, it is his only victory there since his first appearance 20 years ago. Newman has a career-ending average of 19.83 at Kansas Speedway. Newman has 2 top-10s and a top 5 of 10 starts this season.

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By Landon Smith, on 2 May 2021, at 7:08p ET