There’s plenty at stake this weekend at Kansas Speedway, as the Hollywood Casino 400 is the final race before the Playoff field is cut to just four drivers. Now, track position hasn’t been super important on the 1.5-mile tracks this year, but obviously it’s better to start up front and have a good pit stall than it is to not. Looking at all of the 1.5-mile races this season, only Brad Keselowski in the first Kansas race and Kurt Busch in the Kentucky race won from a top 5 starting spot, and the average starting position of the winner over the eight races on this track type in 2019 is 11.1.

The starting positions below are final and will not change.

Kansas Hollywood Casino 400 Qualifying Results

  1. Daniel Hemric
  2. David Ragan
  3. Ryan Blaney
  4. Brad Keselowski
  5. Kyle Larson
  6. Michael McDowell
  7. Ryan Newman
  8. Daniel Suarez
  9. Austin Dillon
  10. Bubba Wallace
  11. Martin Truex, Jr.
  12. Jimmie Johnson
  13. Aric Almirola
  14. Chase Elliott
  15. Kurt Busch
  16. Alex Bowman
  17. Matt Tifft
  18. Kyle Busch
  19. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
  20. Erik Jones
  21. Clint Bowyer
  22. Paul Menard
  23. Denny Hamlin
  24. Ty Dillon
  25. William Byron
  26. Chris Buescher
  27. Matt DiBenedetto
  28. Ryan Preece
  29. Joey Logano
  30. Landon Cassill
  31. Corey LaJoie
  32. Parker Kligerman
  33. Ross Chstain
  34. Reed Sorenson
  35. Garrett Smithley
  36. J.J. Yeley
  37. Josh Bilicki
  38. Timmy Hill
  39. Joey Gase
  40. Kevin Harvick
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