Below is a look at the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Round of 8 Playoff drivers at Kansas Speedway (in order of seeding):
Austin Hill has made four starts at Kansas Speedway posting one win, two top fives and three top 10s. His win at the track came earlier this season in the first race of the doubleheader in July. In the second race of the doubleheader, he started 15th and finished sixth. Hill has led 85 laps at Kansas and has an average start of 9.2 and average finish of 5.8.
Sheldon Creed will make his fourth start at Kansas on Saturday. He has one top 10 in those starts and has led 30 total laps. He has an average start of 9.0 and an average finish of 17.7.
Zane Smith made his Kansas Speedway debut earlier this season during the doubleheader weekend. He finished in the top-10 in both of those starts. He has an average start of 8.5 and average finish of 7.5.
Grant Enfinger has made five starts at Kansas in his Gander Trucks career. He has two top fives and four top 10s. Both of his top fives came earlier this season, finishing third in both races of the doubleheader weekend. He has led 61 laps at the track and has an average start of 10.6 and average finish of 6.4.
Brett Moffitt has made five starts at Kansas posting one top five and three top 10s. Moffitt’s best finish came earlier this season, starting second and finishing in the same position. He has an average start of 7.4 and average finish of 12.0. He has also led 36 laps at the track.
Ben Rhodes will make his seventh start at Kansas on Saturday. In his previous six starts, he has two top fives and three top 10s. He’s led 36 laps and has an average start of 8.8 and an average finish of 12.2.
Matt Crafton has made 21 starts at Kansas Speedway, the most of any active driver in the series. He has three wins, seven top fives and 12 top 10s. He’s led a total of 143 laps and has an average start of 11.8 and average finish of 11.2. He is also the most recent winner at the track, taking home the victory in the second race of the doubleheader earlier this season.
Tyler Ankrum will make his fourth start at Kansas this weekend. He has a best finish of 11th at the 1.5-mile speedway back in his series track debut in 2019. He has an average start of 14.7 and an average finish of 24.0.